Crafty Cow The Craft of Simplicity


For the longest time, SoHo was the default place to head to for a pre-lads’ dinner.

Makes sense, since there are a veritable plethora of restaurants, most of which offer hearty fare perfectly suited to lining our stomachs before rolling down the hill to continue the night at Lan Kwai Fong. But it appears SoHo finally ran out of real estate to house all these restaurants, because a spate of new openings have been popping up further west – but not too far west - and are equally well suited for a boys’ night meal.

One such recent opening is Crafty Cow, a tiny hole-in-the-wall spot at the top end of Sheung Wan’s Upper Station Street. Crafty Cow is like the librarian of the restaurant world. At first, it looks unassuming and unadorned - think five simple wooden tables and an open kitchen - but then you discover...hidden depths, in this case, craft brews and meaty meals. Given the play-on-words name, it’s no surprise that the eatery dishes up meat-filled dishes paired with delicious craft beers from around the world. Expect dishes like Wagyu hanger steak sandwiches and spiced stout beef toutiere at lunch, and a range of three-ounce steaks and maple stout lacquered baby back ribs for dinner, all paired with choice brews like Mountain Goat Steam Ale, Founders All Day IPA, Rouge Shakespeare Oatmeal Stout, and Kagua Rouge. Best of all, you’re still walking distance to LKF.

Even if that means you’re coming back for a morning-after brunch.

Crafty Cow
2915 8988 


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