[Hong Kong] Best New Restaurant Takeout and Delivery Options

Many restaurants in Hong Kong are now offering new takeout and delivery menus for those who wish to stay at home and practice social distancing. It's more important than ever to support your local restaurants and if you're not comfortable dining out, you can order takeout and delivery to spruce up your meals at home. Here's a roundup of the best options out there and I'll keep updating this list as I come across more:

1) 22 Ships

Treat yourself! 22 Ships has recently reopened with a new menu and new chef Antonio Oviedo, and its Basque Burnt Cheesecake is probably the best version in HK! Two sizes are available - the smaller one is for 1-2 pax (HK$98) and the one shown here is for 6-8 pax (HK$588).

Website: https://www.jiacatering.com/22-ships-delivery/

2) MONO / JIA Everywhere

MONO has created STEREO by MONO - a series of Latin American and French inspired set menus to be shared between 3-4 people. I tried a Latin American menu with an amazingly flavorful South American Style Whole Roasted Chicken which also came with sides such as arepas with confit carabinero & avocado, steamed manioc & chimichurri, Chef Ricardo's signature mole sauce, and some delicious alfajor with dulce de leche to finish off. 

MONO is part of JIA Group which just launched a new catering and delivery service JIA Everywhere covering all restaurants under its group including Duddell's, Louise, Chachawan and more. You can also add on beverages such as cocktails, champagnes and wines with your order as well. Available for pick up and delivery (free delivery on HK Island with minimum spend of HK$800).

Website: https://www.jiacatering.com/

3) Ando

Also part of JIA Group, Ando by Chef Agustin Balbi has just opened last month! I had the catering set which starts from 2 people, and the portions were quite generous. It was almost like a dream come true to have my favorite Caldoso rice with abalone and chorizo at home! The menu was autographed by the entire team and contained detailed instructions for heating up the food. Also included are some homemade granola sunflower seed, sesame, oats, and local honey to be eaten as breakfast the following day.

Website: https://www.jiacatering.com/ando-delivery/

4) Tate Dining Room

This may be the most dreamy fine dining takeaway packaging and I expected nothing less from 1* Tate by Chef Vicky Lau! The Gastronomy Gourmet Box is thoughtfully designed with a zero waste approach where the reusable packaging can be returned to the restaurant. Limited quantity of only 30 per day!

Website: https://www.datebytate.com/

5) Ecriture

Introducing Ecriture a la Maison where you can enjoy gourmet dishes from 2* Ecriture at home! Choose from a variety of the chef’s signatures including the Caviar & Uni Tart and Wagyu Beef Sando. Everything came carefully packaged with clear instructions on how to plate each of the dishes in order to ensure the best fine dining experience at home!

Website: https://ecriture.squarespace.com/home-delivery

6) Roganic

Instead of painting by numbers, how about cooking by numbers? The “Simon Rogan at Home” 3-course menu from 1* Roganic is really good value for only HK$300 per person! The meal kit comes with detailed written instructions and video tutorials which can be accessed via a QR code. All of the food has been prepped already and carefully labeled with numbers, so all you need to do is to heat it up - making for a quick and easy meal at home! Enjoy free delivery within HK Island for orders over HK$750.

Website: https://www.simonroganathome.com/

7) Chaat / Rosewood Hotel

Ecstatic now that Rosewood Hotel offers takeaway and delivery for its restaurants including Henry's, Bayfare Social, Chaat etc! So happy that I can enjoy dishes from my favorite Indian restaurant Chaat in the comforts of my home. For a limited time, the hotel is offering complimentary delivery with spending over HK$1,500 and a 15% discount on all self-pickup orders until August 31st.

Website: https://www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/hong-kong/dining/rosewood-on-the-move

8) MO Bar / PDT

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental has launched a new takeaway menu where you can order signature dishes from MO Bar and PDT to go including cocktails, laksa, lobster rolls, PDT hotdogs and more! Call +852 2132 0077 to place your order and pick up is available at MO Bar from 11:30am to 8pm daily.

9) China Tang / Landmark

Landmark has recently launched its latest F&B concept LANDMARK EATO to encourage guests to EATOenjoy and EATOdiscover its restaurants in the comfort of your own home with takeaway and delivery service! With 30 restaurants to choose from, there's something for everyone including the new Basehall or classics like Robuchon. I tried the Home Cooking Style Set from classy China Tang which came with complimentary soup and the cutest mouse dessert!

Website: https://www.landmark.hk/en/whats-on/happenings/landmark-eato/takeaway-&-delivery

10) Royal Caviar Club

Caviar at home? Say no more! Royal Caviar Club sources its caviar from the best farms around the world. It’s currently served at Michelin-starred restaurants including Ecriture, Bombana Macau, ZEST by Konishi, and more. Indulge yourself with caviar or even the world's first Caviar + Truffle Mooncake - hand crafted with caviar, Australian winter black truffle, truffled potato, and a soft snow skin outer coating!

Website: https://www.royalcaviarclub.com/

11) Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Grand Hyatt has launched a new delivery service to HK Island areas! You can enjoy the signature Hainanese Chinese Rice (海南雞飯) and Baked Pork Chop Rice (蕃茄焗豬扒飯) from Grand Cafe in the comforts of your home now. Aside from Asian options, there are also Western choices including salads, sandwiches and pastas, plus desserts, beverages and snacks. Tiffin's signature afternoon tea set is now available as well!

- Enjoy 15% off for self-pickup

- Free delivery for locations within 15 mins walking distance from the hotel in Wan Chai
- Delivery fee applies to all other areas

Website: https://www.hongkong.grand.hyattrestaurants.com/offers-and-news/delivery/

12) Old Bazaar Kitchen / Lai Sun Dining

The Chinese restaurants under Lai Sun Dining (including China Tang, Canton Bistro, Chiu Tang and Old Bazaar Kitchen) has launched new takeaway menus. I tried the HK$688 dinner set for 4 people from Old Bazaar Kitchen which is known for its Chinese and Southeast Asian cuisine - a great deal for such high quality food with choice of soup, appetizer and 4 main dishes.

13) Forum Restaurant 富臨飯店

Here's your chance to try the 3* Chinese restaurant at a major discount! The new Starred Special Lunch Set includes soup, main, rice and dessert for only HK$150 with a different option each day from Monday to Saturday (available as takeout only). I've got my eye on the Braised Goose Web, Sweet & Sour Pork with Dried Mandarin Peel and Braised Oxtail! [Edit - they've expanded the takeaway menu with family style sets and dim sum.]

14) Four Seasons Online Cake Shop

Four Seasons doesn't have a physical cake shop on its premises but now you can shop for its whole celebratory cakes and fresh pastries by Executive Pastry Chef Ringo Chan online. The scones, danishes and croissants look perfect as the ultimate breakfast or teatime snacks. Orders must be placed 24 hours in advance. [Edit - there's now a pop up cake shop at the hotel!]

Website: https://shopfourseasonshk.com/collections/gourmet-sweets

Stay safe and stay healthy everyone!

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