Chef Josh Stumbaugh holds bistecca steak at Associazione Chianti in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. The city is an ideal place to sample the full range of steak preparation and cooking styles because of the variety of its international restaurants. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Four ways to eat your steak: Argentinian asado, Japanese yakiniku, bistecca alla Fiorentina and Spain’s rubia Gallega

  • As if Hong Kong didn’t have enough steakhouses, Italian newcomer Associazione Chianti and Spanish addition Rubia have added to the choice for diners
  • Italy likes its steaks huge and Spain beef that’s aged on the hoof; in Argentina it’s a meaty mixed grill, while Japanese like their meat thin and flash grilled
Topic |   Where to eat in Hong Kong
Chef Josh Stumbaugh holds bistecca steak at Associazione Chianti in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. The city is an ideal place to sample the full range of steak preparation and cooking styles because of the variety of its international restaurants. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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