For burger patties: The Butcher’s Club

With outposts across Hong Kong and mainland China—which includes a growing empire of the brand represented as working butchers, a private dining space and a deli—The Butcher’s Club typically cooks up some of the best burgers in town. So it’s no surprise that the American-style joint started sharing its selection of patties to shoppers who want to cook it on a barbecue or in the comfort of their kitchen. The Ultimate Burger Set is a family favourite, serving four dry-aged beef burgers, four handmade baps, cheddar cheese slices and homemade bacon.

For international delicacies: Great Food Hall

Housed in Admiralty’s upscale shopping mall, Pacific Place, the supermarket specialises in high-end brands from around the world, sourcing mostly organic and sustainable produce. Do your weekly online shop here for any necessities, from deli meats from Italy to fine Swiss chocolates.

For eco-warriors: Slowood

Zero-waste stores are cropping up more frequently around the city as an encouraging nod to the ever-growing sustainability movement. Eco-warriors unite at the airy Slowood in Kennedy Town, an expansive grocery store with just about everything you need to stock a waste-free household. From soap bars to by-the-gram priced dry foods, the online store offers the essentials to keep you feeling good about your consumer decisions and living clean.

For cheese enthusiasts: Cheese Club

Founded by two French entrepreneurs with an aspiration for quality cheese in Hong Kong, Cheese Club is a solution for premium deli seekers. With the finest selection of European produce, each month, the company offers one bulk purchase where customers can order their selection all in one go, for it to be delivered within the next week.

For wine connoisseurs: Berry Bros & Rudd

With the temporary closure of certain bars, pubs and clubs, drinking at home is becoming increasingly popular. To fulfil your home tipple, London-hailed Berry Bros & Rudd brings a selection of the finest wine. Proudly established as British’s oldest wine and spirits merchant, online shoppers can choose their bottles based on region, country and alcohol type—we know to trust such a vendor that holds two Royal Warrants for Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales.

For meat: Bones and Blades

If you’re looking to cook up a meat-heavy feast, look no further. Deemed a sustainably-conscious butcher’s shop, Bones and Blades steers clear of mass-produced animal farming and industrial factories for their produce. The idea is to run an ethical meat establishment, meaning everything is hormone- and antibiotic-free, and sourced from artisan, family-owned farms. If that’s not enticing enough, explore the vast range of meats on selection, from the Australian pasture-fed Angus beef to the 81-day free-range chicken.