7 ready-made picnic baskets in Hong Kong for your next outing

Are you planning a romantic date idea, family outing, or perhaps a fun activity to do with friends? We’ve got your back. These ready-made picnic baskets in Hong Kong are super convenient and perfect for any occasion:

The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Photo: Ritz Carlton, Hong Kong

Lavish and tasty, the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong’s picnic truly extends their luxurious experience to Hong Kong’s green spaces. The basket is filled with pastries, sandwiches, a charcuterie selection, refreshing salads, homemade juices and more. All blankets, glassware, napkins, and cutlery are provided. If you really want to take luxury to the next level you can add on champagne, caviar and even a butler to deliver and set up the picnic!

Available to order at ritzcarlton.com

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Photo: Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Looking for something with plenty of variety? The picnic basket at the Mandarin Oriental, Hon gKong provides many a dozen different dishes for you to taste. Ranging from lobster cocktails to California rolls to their 1963 Mandarin Cheesecake and more, this gourmet feast is perfect if you’re looking to treat yourself!

Available to order at mandarinoriental.com

Rajasthan Rifles

Photo: Rajasthan Rifles

Not your traditional picnic basket, Rajasthan Rifles has a curated selection of Anglo-Indian signatures designed for two or more. The basket includes fried peanuts and cashews, samosa chutney, rajasthan rifles club sandwich with chicken tikka, seasonal fruits and clotted cream, chocolate brownie and toffee pudding and nimbu soda. Situated atop the peak, you can easily head up to the Victoria Peak Gardens for a burra-khana outdoors. As they said themselves “all hampers come inclusive of blankets, enamel flatware and a flask so you really only need to bring your appetite”!

Available to order at rajasthanrifles.com

Invisible Kitchen

Photo: Invisible Kitchen

Invisible Kitchen combines traditional picnic flavours with modern flair. They’ll do all the work for you for surprise birthday celebrations, family fun, romantic occasions and more. Whether you’re going for Chef Tom Burney’s 7-courses of traditional picnic flavours or some of their other options like the vegetarian picnic basket or the family picnic basket, all you have to do is simply go to the park with your friends, lay down your blanket and let them do the rest. The best part is that at the end of the day, you can keep the basket! There’s no need to organise the return or pay an extra deposit fee.

Available to order at invisiblekitchen.com


Photo: Relish

Relish truly brings the fun and games with their Hong Kong picnic basket! Their three-course meal with cheese and charcuterie comes in a reusable canvas bag, a bottle of wine and even a game to add a touch of fun to your picnic. If you’re looking to make this a more romantic affair, there’s even an option to add on a bouquet of flowers and upgrade to champagne.

Available to order at relish.com.hk

Brick Lane

Photo: Brick Lane

We love the authentic British experience that Brick Lane provides. Named after the British peerage hierarchy – Baron, Earl and Duke – Brick Lane provides ready-to-go picnic hampers. On top of the delicious food and drinks, they also loan you a basket, blanket, and cutlery to really make things hassle-free. They’ve even got a vegetarian option to cater to special diets.

Available to order at bricklane.com.hk


Photo: FAM

Want a more local version of these picnic hampers above? FAM offers a five-dish dim sum picnic for two, which includes shrimp dumplings, wild chicken stuffed with pork dumpling and caviar, roasted pork buns, baked turnip cakes, spicy baked black pepper with minced pork puff pastries and deep fried mixed puffs with pork. Their picnic set comes with your choice of soft drinks, juice or Heroes beer. They’ll even do all the set up for you. Set at the West Kowloon Art Park, the experience comes with two comfy lawn chairs and a round blanket to admire the Hong Kong skyline.

Available to order at FAM

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