RESTAURANT CONCEPT IN SAI YING PUN

BONES N BLADES: A NEW BUTCHER/RESTAURANT CONCEPT IN SAI YING PUNTHISGIRLABROAD

Looking to buy meat from the butcher and eat it right then and there without actually having to cook (because, Hong Kong)? Well, French Creation’s newest concept, Bones n Blades has you covered. Nestled in Sai Ying Pun, Bones n Blades offers a variety of premium cuts of meat that you can buy and bring home. Or, if you’re feeling a bit too famished (read: lazy) and can’t wait, pop over to Quarter Master next door and you can have that meat prepared for you.

 

Vibe at Bones n Blades

When you walk through the door at Bones n Blades, you’ll be greeted with a friendly smile and a whole lot of information about meat (perfect for people like me who enjoy eating, not cooking). Great for larger parties, a small group, or date night, Bones n Blades is sure to have something to suit your needs. What’s more, their meat is bought from smaller family operated farms from around the world, so you can assure your meat is sustainable. The restaurant, Quarter Master, is cozy, bright, and lively.

By thisgirlaboard

French Creations

Restaurant group French Creations is noted for its authentically French casual dining venues across Hong Kong Island. Created in November 2009 with the opening of Pastis, the French group, owned by Jérôme Spitzer and Olivier Caisson, never stopped growing since then. French Creations inaugurated Le Boudoir in October 2010, Saint-Germain in June 2011,   French American Bistro (F.A.B.) in March 2012, Metropolitain in March 2013, and launched Alchemy in June 2014 and Comptoir in July 2015.

In 2016, three additions were introduced by the group: French Flair, a wine shop, Flying Pig Bistro in Sai Ying Pun, Eiffel Bistro in Taikoo Shing, Bones & Blades (a butcher & delicatessen), and Quarter Master (a steaks & burger restaurant) next door to Bones & Blades in Sai Ying Pun. The owners, both from the hospitality industry, bring their French know-How to create successful and famous places over Hong Kong.