Wooloomooloo Steakhouse - Hongkong
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Directions to Wooloomooloo Steakhouse
A trip to the 31st floor to a branch of the Wooloomooloo Steakhouse chain rewards you with a staggering, panoramic view of Victoria Harbor, from either a window table, or the rooftop terrace and bar.
Beginning the meal with delicious warm bread and butter, they offer Black Angus or USDA Prime in a variety of cuts, most of which are grain fed except for the filet. You can choose your accompanying sauce, and some dishes include Blue Mussel with White Sauce, Wooloomooloo salad, and Tuna, Strewed Beet Fillets and Diced Shrimps with Cream, and desserts such as Lemon pies.
The sides and service are both rather uninspired, but the beautiful view makes this venue worth the trip, even for a drink!
Lunch served as well, sets available. Reservations unnecessary. Visa and MasterCard accepted.
Hours: Open daily 11:45AM-00:00 midnight.
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