In America, ranches are large areas of land where ranchers raise the finest cattle. Ranch life moves at a relaxed pace, but raising the best tastiest meat is hard work. Anthony’s Ranch captures this cowboy theme better than any other restaurant in Hong Kong. From their pebble and brick floors, walls adorned with wanted posters and artistic photos of Native Americans, replica pistols, stagecoach wheel chandelier, and of course the American Barbecue.
Anthony’s Ranch grinds their own meat for their burgers and serves them on a toasted bun. Only American potatoes are used for the home-cut fries, and their spicy chicken wings pack a small kick. Your favourite American condiments are available on each table, but each dish brings enough flavour on its own.
Mesquite wood is used to smoke their meats with briskets slow cooking for twelve hours and ribs for three hours. The tender meat pulls off the bone and works wonders with their home made sweet barbecue sauce.
Sai Kung is well worth the trip for this American experience, but be sure to book a table ahead of time!