The Steak House wine bar and grill at the InterContinental in Tsim Sha Tsui recently reopened after a three-month renovation. The restaurant, which has been at the hotel since it launched (as the Regent) 25 years ago, still has the same great view (at least until Victoria Harbour is 'reclaimed' even more). As you might expect, the menu focuses on steaks, including Canadian Angus (450 gram rib-eye for $430, 220 gram petit filet mignon for $398 and 570 gram chateaubriand for two, $920), Australian Angus (680 gram T-bone for $498, 1.3kg rib steak, $1,196) and Australian Wagyu (340 gram striploin for $798 or 340 gram rib-eye for $950). Non-steak dishes include Kagoshima pork loin ($298), Dutch milk-fed veal chop ($430), New Zealand rack of venison ($510), South African jumbo king prawns ($350) and Boston lobster ($420). To go with the meats are mustards, homemade sauces and exotic salts (including pink salts from Peru and the Himalayas, Chardonnay oak-smoked fleur de sel from France and Alaea Hawaiian sea salt), and you get a choice of steak knives from France (Laguiole), Japan (Global and Kershaw Shun), Brazil (Mundial) and Italy (Sambonet). The Steak House is in the InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, tel: 2721 1211.