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Headed by the King of Steakhouse — KILO by Octavo Group Opens at K11 MUSEA

Under the direction of 3 Michelin-starred Chef Umberto Bombana, Octavo Group brings its third Kowloon exclusive concept — KILO — to K11 MUSEA!



A sleek, modern steakhouse with a breathtaking view overlooking the city’s nightscape, KILO brings an unparalleled experience to Chef Bombana’s fans across the harbour. Headed by the King of Steakhouse, Chef Nathan Green, who previously helmed Henry at Rosewood Hotel Hong Kong and Rex Wine & Grill in Central, KILO is poised to bring new intricacies and flavours to the charcoal grill.



With a range of grass- and grain-fed meats, including Brandt USDA Prime Holstein, Kuro Black Label M7+ American Wagyu, and Little Joe Australian Hereford X Black Angus, steak enthusiasts and meat lovers alike are sure to enjoy the umami of every bite, while admiring the stunning Victoria Harbour below. Call to book your table now!



Opening Hours: 6PM - 12AM

Enquiry: 2155 4855

Location: 602, 6F, K11 MUSEA

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