Fine dining at home: The best food delivery and takeaway options in Hong Kong

Thanks to COVID-19, we’re no longer allowed to dine at Hong Kong restaurants from 6pm onwards for the next week or so, but that doesn’t mean that you’ve got to slave away in the kitchen. To help you bring fine dining home, here are #legend’s picks on the top Hong Kong food delivery and takeaway options to try this week and beyond.

Four Seasons, Hong Kong

Staying at home doesn’t mean you can’t indulge in a full dining experience. From exquisite three-course lunch and dinner sets, cheese and ham platters, family-sized grilled meat dishes, a classic three-tier afternoon tea set, to an expansive à la carte menu and more, Four Seasons Hong Kong has just about everything that you are craving for. What’s more, apart from pick-up at the hotel, delivery service is also available at a premium. 

We tried its wagyu beef ribs with truffle sauce (pictured above), which comes with two side dishes of your choice –­ one starch and one vegetable. Still warm and perfectly mouthwatering upon arrival, the sumptuous set can easily feed a party of four.

Available: For both pickup at The Lounge for lunch/ at Concierge desk for dinner, and delivery at a premium (HK$200 for Hong Kong Island, HK$300 for Kowloon and HK$500 for New Territories)
How to order: Look through the menus here, and request for delivery service via +852 3196 8882 or [email protected]

8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3196 8888, fourseasons.com

The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong: Tin Lung Heen & Tosca di Angelo

Known for its unobstructed view of the Hong Kong skyline from the 102th floor of The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, Tin Lung Heen doesn’t lose its appeal even without the view. The two-Michelin-star Chinese restaurant is now offering lunch and dinner pick up service from 12:30pm to 2:30pm and from 6:30pm to 9pm respectively from Monday to Sunday.

While its signature dim sum dishes, such as baked Middle East Yoshihama abalone puff and steamed shrimp dumpling with bamboo shoot are only served during lunch, its double-steamed soups, meat, seafood and vegetarian dishes are available all day long.

Another Michelin-starred restaurant in The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong offering takeaway is Tosca di Angelo, where you can choose from two seasonal menus, each incorporating the finest local produce and the best of what Italy has to offer, with all dishes cooked on the spot by the restaurant’s chefs.

Available: For pick up at the restaurant only
How to order: For the full menu, please call +852 2263 2160 or email [email protected]

Level 102, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road, West Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 2263 2270, ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/china/hong-kong/dining

The Peninsula, Hong Kong: Gaddi’s & Spring Moon

Credit: The Peninsula, Hong Kong

Wondering if your favourite Michelin-starred restaurants at The Peninsula (that’s Gaddi’s and Spring Moon) are still options for lockdown? Both Gaddi’s and Spring Moon will be closed for dinner until 21 July, but you can still make your way over for lunch (from Wednesday through Saturday for Gaddi’s).

In addition to these new arrangements, The Peninsula is offering a bespoke takeaway menu that’s inclusive of some of the best picks from their award-winning restaurants, plus a selection of wines. Get the best of both worlds with a bowl of Gaddi’s hearty Lobster bisque and a serving of Spring Moon’s signature fried rice with XO sauce. What’s more, join The Peninsula in their environmental efforts and get HK$20 off your order when you bring your own bag.

Available: For pick-up at the restaurant only
How to order: View the bespoke takeaway menu here, and order via +852 2696 6700 or [email protected]

1/F, The Peninsula Hong Kong, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, +852 2920 2888peninsula.com

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong: MO Bar & PDT

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MO Bar and PDT at the Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong are offering a wide range of Asian and Western delights to go. If you’re looking for healthy choices, try MO Bar’s Impossible Burger that comes with the Impossible patty, romaine lettuce, claussen dill pickles, tomato and red onion relish on a warm milk bun. Don’t forget to grab a cocktail while you’re at it – it’s not every day that you can enjoy a Blossom Highball at home.

Available: For pick up at the restaurant only
How to order: Check out the full takeaway menu here and order via +852 2132 0077

G/F, Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hotel, 15 Queen’s Road Central, +852 2132 0188, landmark.hk

Rosewood Hong Kong: CHAAT, Henry and Butterfly Patisserie

We know the cravings for CHAAT’s unmatched Indian cuisine and Henry’s smokehouse specials are real, so here’s a quick rundown on their new arrangements. Now only open for lunch from 12-6pm with last orders at 4:30pm, both Rosewood’s CHAAT and Henry have made adjustments to their à la carte lunch menus, but with 10 percent discounts to make up for it. Not able to make it for their dine-in hours? Both restaurants offer takeaway until 10pm, so head on down to Rosewood to bring the gourmet experience home.

Credit: Butterfly Patisserie

Rosewood’s Butterfly Patisserie is the cherry on top. Satisfy your sweet tooth with a signature Mille Feuille, or go for the Traditional Black Forest Cake, where luxurious layers of chocolate sponge, Kirsch liquer- infused cream and sour cherry compote are held together by dark chocolate veneer.

Available: For pick up at the restaurant and in-house delivery to residents and guests only, Butterfly Patisserie is available for both pick up and delivery
How to order: Look through their menus at CHAAT and Henry, and call +852 5239 9220 or +852 3891 7382 respectively. You can shop Butterfly Patisserie online here

5/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, +852 3891 8732rosewoodhotels.com

Zuma Hong Kong

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One of Hong Kong’s best contemporary Japanese spots, Zuma is bringing takeaway back. The restaurant’s Robata selection and sushi platters are jet-fresh and now, you can enjoy them in the comfort of your own home. What’s more is that their donburi bento boxes are exclusive for takeaway only, and Zuma makes cocktail delivery possible with three different varieties on offer. Available every day from 6-10pm, takeaway orders over HK$2,000 will receive a complimentary bottle of champagne on the house.

Available: For both pick up at the restaurant and delivery to selected areas within Hong Kong Island
How to order: View their takeaway menu here, and place an order via call at +852 3657 6388 or Whatsapp 5502 9034

Shop 501-503, 5/F, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, +852 3657 6388, zumarestaurant.com

Ying Jee Club

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Craving Cantonese fine dining? For the next week, Ying Jee Club has limited their opening hours from 11.30-3pm. But not to worry, the restaurant is now offering a takeaway menu carefully curated by executive chef Siu Hin Chi. Spoil your tastebuds with signature à la carte picks like the mouth-watering crispy salted chicken, or opt for one of their set menus.

Available: For pick up at the restaurant only
How to order: Have a look at their takeaway menu here, and call + 852 2801 6882 to place an order

41 Connaught Road Central, Central, +852 2801 6882, yingjeeclub.hk

Kinship

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Travel the world in just one meal with Kinship’s unique menu of New World cuisine. With a new temporary schedule in place, the restaurant will only be open for brunch on Saturdays and Sundays – but don’t let that stop you from enjoying a plate of their smoky steak tartar or spring chicken “Loi Ma Ga”; Kinship’s full menu is available for takeaway during these trying times.

Available: For both pick up at the restaurant and delivery
How to order: Have a look at their menu here, and place an order via call at +852 2520 0899 or through the Deliveroo app

3/F, LL Tower, 2 Shelley Street, Central, +852 2520 0899, kinshiphk.com

Roganic Hong Kong 

Roganic Hong Kong is offering a three-course takeaway menu, “Simon Rogan at Home” for just HK$300, with fresh produce and seasonal ingredients. Don’t forget to add HK$20 to your order for Roganic’s signature Irish Soda Bread, which is only available for takeaway when purchased with a three-course menu.

Available: For both pick up at the restaurant and delivery within Hong Kong Island
How to order: Pre-order one day in advance is required online

UG08, Sino Plaza, 255 Gloucester Rd, Causeway Bay, +852 2817 8383, roganic.com.hk

Ming Court

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Ming Court, the one-starred Cantonese restaurant at Cordis Hong Kong, is now offering a “Gourmet Grab-and-Go” menu for lunch and dinner. Featuring a simplified version of its full menu, the electric array of offerings include dim sums, as well as classic Cantonese specialties.

Available: For pick up at the restaurant only
How to order: Check out the full takeaway menu here, and order online here

Level 6, Cordis, Hong Kong, 555 Shanghai Street, Mongkok; +852 3552 3028, cordishotels.com

Mott 32

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On the hunt for the best char siu in town? Look no further than Mott 32. Using pluma Iberico pork to give the much-loved Cantonese dish a luxury spin, the texture of the fusion dish is extra succulent and tender. What’s more, it’s now available for takeaway. From now until 22 July, not only can you order everything from Mott 32’s à la carte menu, bento lunch boxes and sharing dinner sets, you can also enjoy 15 percent off your online orders with the code UNITY15.

Available: For pick up at the restaurant only
How to order: Check out the full takeaway menu and order here

Standard Chartered Bank Building, 4-4A Des Voeux Rd Central, Central, +852 2885 8688, mott32.com

LKF Group: Tokio Joe, Kyoto Joe, Fumi, Porterhouse & Aria

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Can’t make it to California Tower? Then let California Tower come to you. Tokio Joe, Kyoto Joe, Fumi, Porterhouse (and soon Aria), all offer delivery services via third party Deliveroo app. If you aren’t located within the restaurant’s delivery area, give them a ring and with a minimum spend they’ll arrange for deliveries to places like Causeway Bay, Southside, The Peak and more.

Staying in also presents the opportunity to get your chef on. If that sounds like fun to you, LKF Group is offering meal kits so that you can cook up your own top-tier Japanese or steak meal. To get ahold of one of these, simply call or visit the websites for the restaurants.

Available: For both “curb-side” pick up at California Tower and delivery via Deliveroo app
How to order: View their takeaway menus at Fumi, Tokio Joe, Kyoto Joe, Porterhouse, and place an order through Deliveroo or call them for pick up

California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Central

Meraki Hospitality Group: Uma Nota, Bedu & Mama Always Said

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Whether you’re in the mood for Brazilian street food with a Japanese influence, modern Middle Eastern cuisine, or some comfort food to get you through hard times, the Meraki Hospitality Group has got you covered. With three restaurants under its wing: Uma Nota, Bedu and Mamma Always Said, Meraki has recently launched “Meraki at Home”, a new lunch and dinner takeaway service.

Available: For both pick up at the restaurant and delivery
How to order: Check out the full takeaway menu here, and simply place your order via WhatsApp +852 6379 9748

Black Sheep Restaurants via GO

Well-loved restaurant group Black Sheep Restaurants has created its own app, GO, to provide delivery services without any third parties. Apart from being able to order from almost all Black Sheep restaurants, such as Maison Libanaise, Taqueria Super Macho, Le Petit Saigon, Hotal Colombo and Burger Circus, you will also find GO-exclusive menu items for select restaurants.

Place your order online here, or download GO on App Store or Google Play

See also: #legendeats: The best dishes we tried in June

Assisted by: Alyanna Payos

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