Grand Hyatt Hong Kong has always been one of my favourite hotels, but usually I visit Tiffin upstairs. I’m not a huge fan of steaks but for some reasons, the guys around me love steaks, such as my brother and my father.Father’s day was last week, yet neither my father nor I were in Hong Kong. As such, we postponed the celebration to last Friday, and we have picked Grand Hyatt Steakhouse in the end. Excuse my first experience at this steakhouse, I entered straight through the main lobby doors in which I eventually found that we are supposed to enter through the dark doors on the right side. There we would then take the elevator up and reach the reception of the steakhouse.Our booking was at 8:45pm for four, but we had to wait for a short while. The ambience was pretty good, nothing too exaggerated or pretentious. After about 10 minutes, we were seated at a sofa table and was greeted warmly by our server. After ordering food, the waiter has also recommended us a Burgundy red which I later found very enjoyable, not too expensive too.Garlic breadThe garlic bread was on the house. We were supposed to have two pieces each although my mom and dad loved them so much and finished three pieces each. The garlic bread, as my mom describes, is much better than the Business class meal ones. The texture and the taste were just right, although I wish it could be even more garlicky.Oysters - 4 Gillardeau and 4 Woodstown Bay $60 eaWhat’s a meal without oysters? We asked for the waiter’s suggestions for some creamy and strong-tasted ones. He suggested Gillardeau from île d’Oléron in France, then subsequently Woodstown Bay from Ireland. All of us enjoyed both of them. They were very fresh and tasted exactly how we were expecting.Yellow Fin Tuna Tartare $220Tuna tartare is a staple in our family. I enjoyed it especially with the greens and ginger shoot on top. Not quite sure about the corn chips although it’s a trend, I didn’t quite enjoy them together.Foie Gras $240Coming with caramelised strawberries and brioche toast, the highlight was on the Grand Marnier and lighting of a fire. However I wasn’t so impressed as the waiter did not let us know in advance about lighting it, in which my camera wasn’t ready... the portion was generous, we had enough sharing three pieces among the three of us. The strawberries tasted more like alcohol than caramelised.Baked Snails $260Snails are so expensive in Hong Kong I certainly miss indulging in them in France. They were good anyway and went well with the toasts or by themselves.USDA Prime Black Angus Chateaubriand (to share) 20oz/565g $1480Finally the steaks are here. The chateaubriand was meant for sharing and they have cut it into for pieces, perfect for us to share. The middle two pieces were the best and perfectly medium rare, the bottom piece was fine, yet the top piece was overcooked as it was probably grilled the most. That happens for steaks usually but I guess I was the unlucky one to have gotten that piece. Overall it was good.Wagyu Beef A-5 Kumamoto Tenderloin 6oz/170g $1580Moving on to the expensive piece of wagyu. It looked and tasted great, it’s good that it’s not a piece of overly oily wagyu to me. However I’d say that the chateaubriand is a much better deal.Sides - Sweet Potato Fries, Truffled Potato Fries, Creamed Spinach, Green Asparagus $85 eaFinally it’s the sides! They’re actually my favourite part of the meal usually. Sweet potato fries were very much liked by my brother and my mom, but I’m not a big fan of sweet potatoes. Truffled potato fries were great. Creamed spinach was good, my brother and I finished one each. I didn’t really try to green asparagus but it looked good and they loved it.We actually ordered the cheesecake to end the meal while there was a lovely “Happy Father’s Day” on it. However, we were too happy taking pictures ourselves so I don’t have a picture of the food itself.The bill came up to be around $6300 with a bottle of red, there are discounts with certain credit cards so I got a 20% off. I think that this is quite a nice deal as we actually ordered one of the most expensive steaks but the price was still much lower than any French or omakase restaurants that we usually go.I’ll definitely be back for celebration for another steak lover.