In Hong Kong, the food capital of the world, it’s practically inexcusable to settle for a sub-par meal, even during a pandemic. With dining rooms temporarily closed in the evenings, restaurants are stepping up their lunch game, including these three Michelin-starred spots that now offer delivery. And the best part is, no reservations are required.
Écriture, the celebrated French restaurant, is now offering their two-Michelin-starred experience for takeaway. With the introduction of “Écriture a la Maison”, they’re bringing an a la carte selection of signature dishes including their Caviar and Uni Tart, Plouneour Menez Pigeon and Wagyu Beef Sando straight to your home.
Fancy some Michelin-starred dim sum, without leaving your flat? Or maybe you’re craving honey-glazed barbecued pork and fried local lobster, but don’t want to risk the crowds? Well, you’re in luck, because Duddell’s is now delivering. They have thoughtful add-ons too, like a Hennessy Cocktail gift set, or select bottled cocktails.
Available: For delivery or pick-up, delivery fees vary
Normally, this lively Punjabi tandoor grillhouse is only open for dinner. But now, the world’s first ever Michelin-starred Punjabi restaurant is serving lunch too. Enjoy dishes straight from their famous Tandoor oven, like their Wagyu Seekh Kebab and Murgh Tikka Angar. You can find New Punjab Club’s full menu online.