Opus Grill Where Men Come to Meat

[17/05/10] 

The vast majority of us love our meat – it’s ingrained in our DNA. Once upon a time, we were nomadic hunters, following our prey, reading the subtle signs of nature, knowing our very lives depended on the nutrients and strength that came from the kill.

Now, in modern times, although we couldn’t track a house cat and spend more time chasing stocks and skirts than mammoths, our instincts haven’t forgotten the mouth-watering taste of red meat.

Opus Grill (not to be confused with Opus Dei) opens in the LKF Tower on May 14, offering a choice selection of steaks, ribs and racks from Australia, the US and Japan. The main dining room promises a home of carnivoric seclusion dressed in earth tones, and when you’re out with the lads, there’s nowhere better than the private dining room, where cutlery is optional. Steak preparation is the mandate of executive chef Edward Yu (look out for his ‘How To’ next week), who promises to pair the best cuts with a comprehensive wine list. And for those off the blood sports, there’ll be seafood and poultry options.

Red meat lobbyists have never been so proud.

Opus Grill
7th Floor, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Tel: 2526 2366, www.opusgrill.com
Opens May 14

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A new steak house in Lan Kwai Fong

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