World’s most expensive beef comes to Adelaide in Australian-first

If you take your food seriously, you can’t afford to miss this! We are offering a unique opportunity for you to taste the world’s finest beef at an exclusive event hosted at our Hyde Park restaurant.

Thanks to owner and head chef Clark Zhang’s passion for the very best ingredients, Kobe beef, which sells for around $850 per kilogram, will be served to the public for the first time in Australia, alongside South Australia’s finest produce, as part of a ten-course degustation menu.

Kobe beef, known around the world for its flavour, is meat from Tajima-gyu cows certified by the Kobe Beef Distribution and Promotion Council. Tajima-gyu cows, the ‘motoushi’ or purebred seedstock cattle, have maintained a pure bloodline since Japan’s Edo period (1615 to 1867).

This event will celebrate the teppanyaki tradition, with exceptional ingredients from South Australia and around the world. Wine partner Yalumba will offer a selection of premium wines matched to each course (optional).

See for menu and tickets.