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7-min walk from Exit D2, Central MTR Station continue reading
Telephone
25258805
Introduction
Owned by the castelo concepts group, Wagyu is a Western European restaurant that is open from 7am till late every day. Some highlights from their menu includes the Pulled Pork Sliders, Wagyu Bolognaise, Cha Cha Char Pizza and the Outback Wagyu Beef Pie. continue reading
Additional Information
Free WiFi service
Opening Hours
Today
07:30 - 23:30
Mon - Sun
07:30 - 23:30
Payment Method
Visa Master AE Cash
Number of Seats
100
Other Info
Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks
May Bring Your Own Wine Details
Parking Details
Phone Reservation Details
Delivery
10% Service Charge
About Reward Scheme
Signature Dishes
Carpaccio Kobe Fettuccine Kobe Pizza Fried Shrimp Roll
Review (43)
Level2 2018-11-23
262 views
周五晚上忽然想吃牛扒,在OpenRice一搜,最近的是Wagyu. 以前都是在这家喝一杯,从来没有吃过正餐,这次就相信食评的打分尝试一下。当你不抱很高期望的时候,往往收获更多。从汤到沙拉到牛排到烤鸡,样样好味!连牛排的配菜和调味汁都格外出众。我选的配菜是蒜味土豆泥,牛排汁选的是芝士的。真的是上乘品质!而且每道菜的份量都是很澳洲风格-大!以后想吃rich又美味的西式美食还会来Wagyu! continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level1 2018-11-16
204 views
某日下晏經過中環探朋友順便一齊食飯, 就帶左我黎呢間好多外國人聚腳既澳洲餐廳Wagyu , lunch set 都係如餐牌中一款頭盤加一款主菜, 我自己就比較鐘意第3款 Goat cheese salad,  大大碟配埋雪白色既山羊乳酪, 酸酸地食完好鬼醒胃! 朋友仔就叫左另一款造型相當精緻既吞拿魚芒果沙律 , 主菜我地都揀左牛扒配薯溶, 有好香牛味, 不過胃口大既有可能唔夠飽. 最後個甜品唔記得影相山羊乳酪什菜沙律吞拿魚芒果carpaccio牛扒配薯溶 continue reading
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Level2 2018-05-01
2403 views
今日假期又早左起身 打算去食個brunch 係中環呢間Wagyu 吾知點解有好多鬼佬中意係席食brunch 而且如果星期五夜晚經過既話 就會見到非常多之既人企係到飲酒今日叫左個sausage egg bacon burger 同ginger & lemon tea 其實茶就係用twiling既茶包 個burger 既份量都幾大 應該係鬼佬份量 一個人無咩可能食得晒 個味道其實都係平平無奇 無咩特別話好味 但都過得去 不過連咪野飲加一就要成200幾蚊 呢個質素既話 有d貴 可能係食個氣氛 continue reading
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Level4 2018-04-17
1349 views
Wagyu has always been on my restaurant rota. It’s another of Castelo’s well managed restaurants. Location is prime and the menu offers a bit of everything (mainly Western or fusion), prepared very much Anglo style (not recommended if you’re looking for authentic, continental European). Food quality is reliable and Wagyu’s fine lamb shank, great steaks and a broad range of salads are what keep me returning. At night, there’s almost always a happy hour crowd outside Wagyu, but the place is no less bubbly in the day, especially on weekend mornings. Tables are tableclothed and servers are reasonably professional and above-average friendly (in general), so definitely take your clients over for semi-casual lunches. Food RundownOysters, <$200Unfortunately these were a disaster on this particularly night. They didn’t look very plump and tasted very fishy. What happened there?Wagyu Rib-eye 12oz, $775Great cut and marbling, with its best texture and flavors being brought out by a chef who cooked it well without overcooking, somewhat of a rarity in our dining experiences over the past year in Hong Kong. Chicken Cobb Salad, $170A delicious, filling salad for the price. The portion was big and everything was fresh. The grilled chicken was particularly well done.  continue reading
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Level2 2017-09-05
4298 views
Came here for a friends birthday. The ambience is nice and the tables big and comfy. However, the waitress who took our order bought the wrong dish "beef pie" instead of a "burger" even when we pointed at it and forgot some of the drinks too. The main issue however was the continual pestering of wether we wanted more alcoholic drinks. Over the course of the meal the waitress asked my friend 6 times wether he wanted another beer. It made us annoyed and uncomfortable and i wouldnt even expect this at a cheaper resturant. The food quality was also very very mediocre and very over priced. There are better places to go with friendlier service and less pestering.  continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)