Beefbar Brings Back the Power Lunch

Beefbar Brings Back the Power Lunch

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We’ll never have a beef with Michelin-starred steakhouse Beefbar



This article was created in partnership with Beefbar


Contemporary one-Michelin-starred steakhouse Beefbar, located in Central, is the perfect destination for a classic power lunch. With chic and modern interiors and an ambience inspired by the greatest steakhouses in the world, Beefbar offers city dwellers efficient yet elegant service and an unparalleled lunch menu, making it the ideal setting for dealmaking.

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Guests can sample Beefbar’s signature dishes from the two- or three-course set lunch menus in a brief 60-minute lunch. An ode to the power lunches that have defined and steered the world in which we live, Beefbar Executive Chef Andrea Spagoni has created five captivating menus, each inspired by a different capital of commerce.

Available Monday–Friday from 12–2:30pm, highlights of the new menus – inspired by the cities of Milan, Paris, Chicago, Sydney and Tokyo – include homemade tagliolini with porcini mushrooms, pan-fried king prawns with sour potato and mesclun and marinated salmon carpaccio with tosazu jelly and candied lemon.


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Signature Kobe burgers


Acclaimed for its beef, Beefbar’s meat cuts are broiled at extremely high temperatures, forming an instantaneous crust and trapping the juices to enrich the flavour of the meat. Carnivores looking to power lunch will be able to enjoy the likes of Australian Wagyu hanging tender with caramelised shallots and the 50/50 Kobe Angus burger with yuzu-chipotle sauce.


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Amberjack carpaccio

Power brokers might not like to be confined to set menus. Fortunately, Beefbar also offers a spectacular à la carte lunch menu. One of the iconic features of Beefbar is its central marble raw bar, offering fresh, made-to-order dishes such as scallop and white miso tacos.


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