While in-person dining is still shut from 6pm onwards, delicious food is but a mere click or phone call away. Whether you want to experience the ultimate home-akase, relaxed bistro fare or an ultra-casual local takeout, the options are endless. Take this as an opportunity to step out of your comfort zone and try something new until you can dine in-person again on April 21.


The Upper House’s Salisterra offers the ultimate home dining experience that checks every box. Start off the meal with airy focaccia and a luxe spread of cheese and charcuterie, followed with miso-roasted chicken, Salisterra’s perfectly crispy triple-fried FOMO potatoes, sparkling tea and rose. End the meal on a sweet note with decadent bombolonis dusted with sugar cinnamon or generously stuffed with either a yuzu-lemon, strawberry or banana chocolate filling.

Available at thehousecollective.com 


Kin brings exciting change to the Hong Kong delivery scene, partnering with the likes of Chef Matt Abergel of Yardbird and Richard Ekkebus of Amber while bringing sustainability and freshness to the fore. Packing is circular and transport is carbon-free thanks to a narrowed delivery zone, with the first outpost of Kin in Taikoo Place. The unique interactive platform encourages users to be more involved and aware of the food they’re eating, allowing users to see the process and makings of each dish on the app, while a unique algorithm that acts similarly to Spotify crafts bespoke food “playlist” recommendations based on other dishes you have already enjoyed. 

Available at kinfoodhalls.com

KiKi Noodle Bar

KiKi Noodle Bar presents their Taiwanese noodles with a fresh new twist for spring. Featuring KiKi’s signature handmade noodles, a trio of new dishes include the Sea Urchin Mixed Noodles with Lobster, Sea Cucumber Mixed Noodles with Abalone Sauce and Sliced Ginger Beef Mixed Noodles, which can be enjoyed alongside authentic Taiwanese starters and a refreshing green apple jasmine tea with aiyu jelly.

Available for takeaway at ifc mall or K11 MUSEA outlets




Japanese-French steakhouse Bifteck offers 10% off their all-day lunch menu for all takeaway orders. The menu brings an elevated twist to tried and tested favourites, from A5 Wagyu sliders and seared pancetta scallop udon to a sweet finish with the roasted soy flour cake. The prime cuts of meat are delightfully tender and flavourful, while the signature Japanese A5 Snow-Aged Wagyu Beef is among the finest beef cuts in the world.

Available for takeaway at bifteck.com.hk


For a lighter, plant-focussed meal, look no further than Moxie, where greens and grains are made exciting and moreish with Chef Michael Smith’s expert touch. The ruby beetroot and za’atar spiced carrots are light and refreshing, punctuated with crunchy pistachios, fruity mango and coconut. Craving a lighter take on a Sichuanese classic? Smith’s three-grain mapo tofu sees the fan-favourite mala tofu on a bed of spelt, buckwheat and barley. Takeaway sets for 2 and 3 are available, while a-la-carte dishes can also be ordered separately. 

Available for takeaway and delivery at moxie-allday.oddle.me 


Fireside’s unique open-fire dining concept is presented across three take-home dinner sets for up to four people, including signature Fireside dishes Four Wood Smoked Platter, Dry-aged Grilled Ma Yao Threadfin and 45+ Day Dry-aged Bone in Cachena Steak. As with their in-person experience, the distinct flavours of each unique ingredient speak for themselves, with the catering sets ranging from HK$2,188 to HK$3,680 (for four). The Fireside Omakase option, priced at HK$1,900+ per person invites one of the restaurant’s skilled chefs to your home for a private gourmet dinner experience.

Available for booking and ordering on fireside.hk


If you miss the personal connection of an in-person omakase, look no further than Umi’s exquisite home experience. Presented by one of Umi’s master sushi chefs on authentic tableware brought by the team, the journey does not skimp on quality nor freshness, using the same jet-fresh seafood and other ingredients that would be used in the restaurant.

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As a part of Jia Group’s JIA EVERYWHERE takeaway and delivery experience, luxury French restaurant Louise offers everything from their addictive pastries to entire dinner courses catering up to 4 people. The Charlotte set includes sourdough bread, Kristal caviar and black truffle angel hair pasta, roasted yellow chicken, a selection of french cheese and homemade pâté en croûte and a selection of sweet pastries to round off the decadent meal.

Louise catering and delivery is available at jiacatering.com


Too impatient to wait a couple months for a reservation at Chaat? Try out the popular Indian restaurant with Rosewood On The Move, a takeaway service also available for the hotel’s other eateries including The Legacy House, Bayfare Social, Holt’s Cafe and Henry. Available via Deliveroo in Tsim Sha Tsui and for takeaway, choose between Chaat’s luscious curries, flavourful rice dishes and tender meats – the juicy pistachio encrusted lamb chop is a must-try.

Available for delivery at rosewoodhotels.com


Modern European restaurant Margo presents their innovative tasting menus and a selection of a-la-carte dishes available via Alfreds alongside La Rambla, Yakinikumafia and more. An extensive tasting menu for two is HK$1,600, including a bright and zesty octopus terrine and a succulent and exciting roasted pork belly served with brussel sprouts, muscat grapes and violet mustard.

Available via alfreds.hk


Dishing up modern Australian fare, Hue has curated a four-course takeaway dinner set priced at HK$1,100 for two. The menu is indulgent yet refined with options for each course including salt-baked beetroots with press yoghurt, brown butter hazelnut and cabbage, Japanese red snapper with caper butter sauce, chard, chicory and baby onions and a luscious banoffee pie.

Available via shop.woollypig.com.hk

Little Bedu

Grab and go Middle Eastern joint Little Bedu is offering 20% off all in-person and pick-up orders. A mezze set presents five tantalising sides in a convenient, cost-saving box, while individual Bedouin Bowls spotlight unique proteins from falafel to smoky sausage. The spiced chicken is marinated in garlic, pickled chilli, parsley, balsamic vinegar and a house blend of spices before charred on the grill for a delightfully smoky finish.

Available via Meraki at Home

Hot ‘n’ Meen

Ignite your tastebuds with Hot ‘n’ Meen’s fiery chilli fish soup noodles, or opt for a vegetarian take on dan dan noodles, served with jackfruit instead of the typical minced pork. The lamb and leek soup noodles is another great option, the dish made especially remarkable with premium cuts of tender lamb.

Available via Deliveroo between between 12pm and 10:30pm

Miss Lee

Those looking to eat less meat will be pleased to hear about vegetarian Chinese restaurant Miss Lee’s moreish three-course takeaway set priced at just HK$158. The sheet noodles with shredded mushroom is a clever and texturally accurate take on shredded chicken and mung bean noodles with sesame sauce (鸡丝粉皮), while the golden yellow cauliflower is delightfully crunchy with an addictive salted egg yolk sauce.

Available via delivery.zshospitality.com


Singaporean restaurant Jom presents a medley of authentic dishes to experience a taste of the Lion City at your very own home in Hong Kong. Chwee kueh – rice cakes with preserved radish and sambal – is a hawker centre staple, where the crunchy, spicy and sour topping adds life to the subtle flavour of the rice cake. The Singapore chilli crab (48-hour pre-order only) is served with perfectly soft mantou to sop up every last drop of the flavourful chilli sauce.

Available at 20% off for pick-up with 15% off available on Deliveroo and Foodpanda

Hansik Goo

Contemporary Korean restaurant Hansik Goo now offers delivery for their indulgent Korean fried chicken alongside a Bansang set for two. Priced at HK$338 for ten pieces of chicken thigh, the comfort food staple is elevated with a tangy and flavourful Yuzu sauce, while the Bansang set for two includes braised short ribs, spicy tofu stew with cod milt, rice and classic Korean condiments and is priced at HK$628.

Available via delivery.zshospitality.com for pick-up or delivery from 6pm to 7:30pm

Boy n Burger

Casual burger joint Boy n Burger dishes up limited edition slider sets just in time for Chinese New Year! The Health & Wealth tofu burger, Fortune beef burger and Golden pork burger are available in the Double Prosperity Slider Box at HK$168 for 6 burgers. Those looking for a more traditional set can opt for the beef slider box or the beef and chicken sliders depending on preference, with both available at HK$150 for 6 burgers. 

Available for takeaway and delivery from Admiralty to Tin Hau via Deliveroo

Veggie Kingdom

A game-changing vegetarian restaurant, Veggie Kingdom offers traditional Chinese fare with a plant-based twist. With a focus on dim sum, the eatery prioritises whole vegetarian ingredients as opposed to meat alternatives, with dishes including Mushroom Siu Mai, Pan-fried Crispy Turnip Cakes and vegetarian BBQ Pork Buns alongside wok fried dishes and Sichuan options.

Available for takeaway and delivery via Foodpanda


The Coffee Academïcs

Those in need of their daily cup of Joe will be pleased to discover The Coffee Academïcs’ door-to-door delivery service offering unique daily brews and specialties. The brand’s signature house blend coffees, tea and chocolate are available, including classics like espressos and flat whites to more unique options such as ginger peach, lavender earl grey and sipping chocolate by KAV. Those feeling peckish can indulge in house favourite dishes like pasta laksa, lobster roll and crab avocado salad, while all day brunch items are also available.

Available at the-coffeeacademics.com 

Dang Wen Li

Dang Wen Li’s latest innovative delights pay homage to New York, the glittering city where pastry chef Dominique Ansel has resided for the past 15 years. The “haute” dog is a raspberry crémeux “sausage” sandwiched between fluffy ladyfingers “buns” and a passionfruit curd “mustard”. The bodega coffee cup tiramisu is a decadent and creamy nod to the iconic blue coffee cups, while a light and crusty strawberry tart poses as an iconic slice of New York pizza.

Available for takeaway at Dang Wen Li outlets