CRAFTY COW Sheung Wan Hong Kong

CRAFTY COW Sheung Wan Hong Kong

 CRAFTY COW
 NUMBING BONE MARROW
BROILED – SICHUAN PEPPER INFUSED BUTTER – CHILI – GARLIC – HERB – CROSTINI
 ROCKY MOUNTAIN OYSTERS
DEEP FRIED – PANKO BUTTER – CHIMICHURRI – TESTES
 OX TONGUE AND KIMCHI
GRILLED OX TONGUE – KIMCHI – ONION – CHILI – ROAST POTATO
 BUILD YOUR OWN BAO
CANADIAN PORK BELLY – CARAMELISED ONIONS – KOREAN BBQ SAUCE
 DUCK AND FOIE GRAS GYOZA
PAN FRIED – DUCK CONFIT – FOIE GRAS – SPICY PONZU
 TEPPAN
3oz PORTIONS OF A5 OHMI RIBEYE AND AUSSIE WAGYU HANGER STEAK
SERVED WITH MIXED GREENS AND HASH

 AUSSIE WAGYU HANGER STEAK
 A5 OHMI RIBEYE

 TUATARA DOUBLE TROUBLE
 C4 DOUBLE COFFEE BROWN ALE
 BROTHERS TOFFEE APPLE PREMIUM CIDER
 BRIDGE ROAD BREWERS BLING INDIA PALE ALE
CRAFTY COW NIGORI SAKE
Crafty Cow, the new trendy spot to enter Sheung Wan, is serving up “Third Culture” food, a melding of cultures and flavours creating a new yet familiar taste for the city’s foodies. The industrial design and exciting menu brings plenty of dishes ideal for sharing and pair deliciously with their extensive list of unique craft beers. Favourite dishes include “Numbing Bone Marrow” with Sichuan pepper infused butter, chili, garlic and herbs, the crispy and adventurous “Rocky Mountain Oysters”,  the spicy and indulgent “Ox Tongue and Kimchi” and the melt in your mouth A5 Ohmi Ribeye from their Teppan section. We also loved the “Build Your Own Bao” section where you can choose your preferred meat, toppings and sauce. We went for the Canadian pork belly with caramelised onions and Korean BBQ sauce which was a great combination. Make sure to delve into each dish with a craft beer or their fragrant house sake. The team are knowledgeable and happy to recommend what would pair nicely with your order, a couple of our favourites included the rich C4 Double Coffee Brown Ale and the sweet and satisfying Brothers Toffee Apple Premium Cider. A great addition to the HK scene with a fun atmosphere, great food and impressive craft beer selection.
Crafty Cow, G/F, 3-3A Upper Station Street, Sheung Wan
2915 8988

6 Comments

  1. Mouth watering! amazed at how you always find these yummy places in Hong Kong. Can you add in the price or the price range in the future?

  2. Oh no. I just had dinner. Then I read this food porn post. Seriously? Juicy hanger steak, pork belly and succulent bone marrow in one blog post? That's click baiting and I'm hungry again. Damn you HungryHK man!

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