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Butchers In Hong Kong: Where To Get Your Meat In The City

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These retail and online butcher stores in Hong Kong are a cut above the rest! From the most high-end options to local wet markets, we round up the best places in the city to get your meat and seafood from.

With a large meat-eating population (locals and expats) and a variety of tastes to cater for, Hong Kong has an abundance of butchers stores and sites. No matter what your preference, you are sure to find retailers and grocers who stock beef, pork, lamb and even more exotic and unusual meats, along with fish and other seafood. Whether you are looking for the freshest chops or prefer something that’s dry-aged, cured and smoked, you’re sure to find something that makes the cut.

Read more: Online Grocery Delivery In Hong Kong: Sites And Stores For All You Need

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Farmer’s Market

Sourcing quality meat for your family is no easy task in Hong Kong. Let Farmer’s Market make your shopping easier. Owned and operated by Aussie Mum, Emma Pike, this online butcher prides itself on stocking a range of restaurant quality, 100% traceable, hormone and antibiotic-free meat and seafood. You’ll taste the difference! The beef is all grass-fed, the chicken free-range and salmon sustainably farmed, all in Australia. This is the butcher of choice for health-conscious Mamas who want the best quality food for the family.

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Farmer’s Market, 9556 0070, [email protected], www.farmersmarket.com.hk


Aussie Meat

Aussie Meat brings exactly that, fresh to Hong Kong. The produce is all snap frozen to ensure you’re getting the very best quality meat at home. Order before 12pm for next-day meat delivery, which is free for orders over $700.

Aussie Meat, 8191 3100, WhatsApp: 5588 5700, www.aussiemeat.hk


Bones & Blades

The go-to butcher for “conscious carnivores”, Bones & Blades prides itself on embracing sustainable farming, by offering up an array of premium grass-fed animals from farms around the world. If shopping for meat (or foods of any kind!) works up your appetite, the butcher’s restaurant Quarter Master is just next door (in Sai Kung) and serves up succulent steaks and burgers.

Bones & Blades, various locations across Hong Kong, 5200 3900, [email protected]www.bonesandblades.com


Eat The Kiwi

We all know there’s a friendly rivalry between the Aussies and the Kiwis! When it comes to who has the best meat, it’s a pretty level playing field. Eat The Kiwi brings you fresh, quality meat delivery (along with sustainable seafood and other produce) at great prices. It also offers great recipe kits that will have you making lamb shanks and roasted langoustines easily (we’ve tried and tested the cake kits!).

Eat The Kiwi, 9785 5706, [email protected], www.store.eatthekiwi.com

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Feather & Bone

This butcher and delicatessen has an impressive selection of meats, roasts and premium butcher’s cuts. If you’re interested in learning your own carving techniques, check out its butchery and sausage-making workshops.

Feather & Bone, various locations across Hong Kong, www.featherandbone.com.hk


meatmarket.hk

Want the easy convenience of getting butcher-grade meat and ingredients delivered straight to your door? Head to meatmarket.hk for some of the best quality products from reputable and sustainable producers from Australia and around the world. With a constantly updated range of seasonal meat, seafood, vegetables and value-added products, cooking at home will be a breeze.

meatmarket.hk, 8135 1394, [email protected], www.meatmarket.com.hk


My Meat Man

Shop a range of beef, chicken, lamb, pork, seafood and even plant-based meat substitutes from My Meat Man. All the producers adhere to the strict Meat Standards Australia so you can be assured of quality and consistency in all its products.

My Meat Man, 2554 5553, WhatsApp: 9323 2021www.mymeatman.com

Read more: Where To Buy: Fresh, Green And Organic Stores In Hong Kong


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Steak King (Formerly Argyle Butchers)

For those in need of a top-quality steak at wholesale meat prices, it is worth checking out what is on offer from Steak King. There is an online butcher where you can stock up on all your beef, lamb, poultry, seafood and gourmet items, but if you’d prefer to choose your cuts in person you can purchase in-store at Sai Kung, Mui Wo and Tung Chung (from October 2021). There are ambitious expansion plans so you can expect this butcher to be popping up in your local neighbourhood soon!

Steak King, 16A Kwai Bo Industrial Building, 40 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, 90951817, WhatsApp: 9136 3406[email protected], www.steak-king.com

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More Butchers And Online Meat Delivery In Hong Kong

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Biltong Chief – A South African based butcher delivering quality meat and deli products, www.biltongchief.com

Henry – Fans of this Rosewood restaurant will love shopping at this luxe butcher store, www.rosewoodhkshop.com

Fu Ying Pork Butcher – A popular butcher’s shop that residents of Sai Ying Pun frequent and also available online on Jou Sun, www.jousun.com/stores/fu-ying-pork

The Butcher’s Club – Not only just it serve great burgers, this place is a great option for top butchers’ cuts, www.store.thebutchers.club

Pacific Gourmet – Also known as Mercato Gourmet (retail outlets), www.pacificgourmet.com.hk

My Market – Shop online for the finest French foods, proudly advertised as farm to fork, www.mymarket.com.hk

Jett – Shop here for quality premium meat and seafood at reasonable prices, www.jettfoods.com

Wet Markets – No Hong Kong butchers’ guide would be complete without a mention of the city’s famous wet markets. Here’s a quick guide to shopping at a wet market, where you can pick up a large variety of meat and seafood.

Read more: Your Guide To Wet Market Shopping In Hong Kong

Editor’s note: This post was originally published by Keeley-Dee in February 2018 and updated by Sassy Mama in August 2021.

The "featured" sticker indicates a paid partnership.  Main image courtesy of Getty Images, image 1 courtesy of Farmers Market, image 2 courtesy of Feather & Bone via Instagram, image 3 courtesy of Steak King via Instagram, image 4 courtesy of Biltong Chief via Instagram.

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