• INTRODUCING NEW AUTUMN SPECIALS AND THE ORGANIC “PLAMB B” BURGER AT BEEF & LIBERTY

    Special Beef & Liberty Pop-Up in Macau’s Grand Lisboa Hotel, Macau from 21-23 September

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    <<4th September, 2018>> Serving from now until 28th October at all Beef & Liberty restaurants in Hong Kong, the city’s most beloved hamburger restaurant has introduced a new limited edition lamb special created by Group Executive Chef, Uwe Opocensky. The juicy and delicious “PLAMB B” (HK$119) is served with grilled Welsh organic lamb from the respected ‘Rhug Estate’, and garnished with their classic sriracha mayonnaise, mint, parsley, white cabbage and pickled radish. ‘Rhug Estate’ rears their animals in a natural environment where they roam freely on organic pastures, free from any antibiotics and hormones – just how they like their meat at Beef & Liberty!

    Why ‘Rhug Estate’ Lamb?

    The farm, which rises from 500 to 1500 feet, is ideally situated to grow lush grass. The pastures are sown with a selection of herbs and grasses, including chicory, cocksfoot, timothy and red and white clover, which all contribute to the award winning taste and flavour of the lamb. The ‘Rhug Estate’ Lamb has PGI status (protected geographical indication) and is noted as some of the best lamb in the world. PGI Welsh Lamb is a highly sought after meat, regarded as among the best in the United Kingdom.

    Making its triumphant return to the menu are the Beets & Cheese (V) (HK$ 59), made with deep-fried goat’s cheese, beetroot and watercress. Pair your meal with a refreshing Frozen Apple & Mint Lemonade (HK$49), a simple yet tasty non-alcoholic drink mixed with lemon juice, green apple syrup and fresh mint and only available at their Lan Kwai Fong & Stanley locations. As for dessert, treat yourself to a light Eton Mess (HK$59) with strawberries, whipped cream, meringue and coulis.

    Special Pop-Up in Macau’s Grand Lisboa Hotel Macau from 21-23 September

    This September, Beef & Liberty will once again be making a special appearance in Macau inside the 1-Michelin Starred The Kitchen at Grand Lisboa Hotel. For this pop-up, guests will be delighted to know that Chef Uwe Opocensky will be showcasing an exclusive hamburger for Macau only, “Halo Burger”, which comprises of 3.5 weeks dry-aged Scottish Beef, Raclette Cheese, Onions, House Pickles & Mustard. Other classic signatures of Beef & Liberty such as the Classic Hamburger, Bacon Cheese Burger, The Lobster Sandwich, The Impossible® Thai Burger and adelectable array of snacks & appetisers will also be on offer.

    Don’t miss out on this special opportunity to enjoy Beef & Liberty in Macau.

    <<ENDS>>

    Contact Beef & Liberty

    Locations 
    Hong Kong

    Lan Kwai Fong – 3/F California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong

    Stanley – G04, G/F, 23 Carmel Road Stanley Plaza, Stanley, Hong Kong.

    Hong Kong International Airport – Unit 7E138, Departures East Hall, Terminal 1, Hong Kong

    Shanghai

    K-Wah Centre – 101B, 1/F, 108 Xiang Yang Bei Rd. near Huai Hai Zhong Rd. Shanghai, China

    Shanghai Center – Suite 111, Shanghai Centre, No. 1376 West Nanjing Rd, Shanghai 200040

    Kerry Park Side – L137b, L1, Kerry Park Side, 1155 Fangdian Rd, Pudong New Area, Shanghai


    Website – http://www.beef-liberty.com/hk/
    Instagram – @beefandliberty
    Facebook – facebook.com/beefandlibertyhk

    About Beef & Liberty

    We love hamburgers more than anything else in the world…we know, we’re weird that way. Our love of ‘all things burger related’ inspired us to spend years researching what makes the perfect hamburger -meat-to-bun ratios, patty recipes, grind coarseness, Maillard reactions, and cheese meltability to name but a few. Beef & Liberty is the product of that obsession – those technical details are exactly what we are all about. It’s this passion that’s made us want to share our burger addiction with the good people of Hong Kong.

    Our name originates in 18th century Britain where the leading members of London society gathered in beefsteak clubs to partake of great food, fine booze and entertaining company. The brilliantly named Sublime Society of Beefsteaks was the most famous of all the clubs and its motto was “Let beef and liberty be my reward”. We loved the line so much we took it as our name. Enjoy!