MEATS Opens in SoHo this October

The first meat bar of its kind in Hong Kong for no-fuss meat done right


 Tender, juicy and satisfying. MEATS is the first ‘meat bar’ of its kind in Hong Kong. The no reservation, no service charge restaurant strips back the fuss with a straight-forward menu of sharing-style dishes. Traditional and unconventional cuts of meat are prepared to bring out the best flavours, using mastered techniques such as house-smoking, rotisserie and grilling over a custom-made Robata Grill. Opening mid-October on SoHo’s Staunton Street, MEATS is set to become a go-to spot for a casual and satisfying bite with carnivorous friends.

Brought to Hong Kong by Pirata Group, the team stay true to their promise of giving Hong Kong quality food and exceptional service at honest prices.

Heading the MEATS kitchen is Scotsman Paddy McDermott. A true master of meat, Paddy has a deep understanding of how it should be treated from start to finish, from butchery and preparation to precise carving.

The menu includes a series of regularly rotated plates which are served in sharable sizes for those who can’t resist a taste of everything on the menu. Choose from rustic porchetta, fall-off-the-bone lamb shoulder, home-made sausage, rotisserie chicken or the chef-choice meat of the day board. Tender and flavourful meat is served simply with raw sea salt or marinated with exciting ingredients ranging from jalapeños to Szechuan peppercorns and coffee. Drinks include an affordable selection of bourbons, draft beers, hand-crafted cocktails and wines by the glass/carafe.

Located in the heart of buzzing SoHo, the space has an industrial design focus with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere attuned to the casual dining concept. Interiors have been designed by Samantha Eades Studio from Melbourne, known for her quirky touch on some of the city’s trendiest eateries.


Open for dinner, with brunch starting in November, MEATS seats up to 78 people in cosy corners and casual counters where the action in the open kitchen can be caught.