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6 Korean restaurants doing delivery and takeaway in Hong Kong

Want Korean food without dining in? No problem.

By Sam Evans
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Korean food is a favourite of many. With much more of a pronounced flavour palate than the cuisine of its Japanese neighbours, Korean is the ultimate punchy food and it goes great with beer and friends. Although a trip to dine in at any of our city's popular Korean joints might be off the cards for you, for the time being, thankfully quite a few restaurants in Hong Kong do delivery or have takeout options, so you can chow down in the comfort of your own home. If you really want to add beer and friends to the equation – whilst maintaing a responsible distance – order together and get on a video call with your favourite K-grub!

RECOMMENDED: For more deliverable tastes of some of Asia's popular cuisines, check out our list of Japanese restaurants doing takeaway and delivery.

Korean deliveries and takeaways in Hong Kong

Bib N Hops Quarry Bay
Bib N Hops Quarry Bay
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Bib N Hops (Quarry Bay)

Restaurants Korean Quarry Bay

Set in a sprawling ground-floor shopfront conveniently nestled between Quarry Bay's glistening glass-encased office towers, this branch of Korean fusion joint Bib N Hops has become a favourite for power lunches and happy hours alike. Korean tacos, fried chicken bao and bibimbap burgers are the name of the game here. The best part of all is that they deliver Korean fried chicken bao ($108) and black Angus bao ($118) as well as chicken wings ($98) and dumplings ($88); all are available for delivery here, so you can have a delicious feast brought straight to your door!

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padak
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Uncle Padak

Restaurants Sai Ying Pun

Wander into this fried chicken hole-in-the-wall and you'll notice K-pop music videos playing on screens, and the delectable smell of gorgeous, bready, fried chicken. The Seoul chicken chain has made a name for itself in Hong Kong and offers succulent chicken on the menu in many different forms. Perfect for a lunch or decadent dinner, order online and get your hot, tender chicken wings brought to you pronto!

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bibimbap
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Mimi2Go

Restaurants Korean Soho

This cool nook in Central prides itself on purveying healthy Korean options for its customers to enjoy. The available for delivery menu takes a broad selection of their dine-in menu, including favourites like Korean-style fried chicken ($108), beef bulgogi gimbap ($85), and – of course – top-notch offerings of bibimbap (starting at $108). In addition to the individual items, there are also sets available for delivery, including a galbi set ($185) and a salted mackerel set ($138).

K-Roll

Restaurants Sheung Wan

The inventors of the Korrito are here to deliver some fresh, Korean goodies straight to your home. The Korrito is a Korean wrap that is special because its composition using raw vegetables makes it especially healthy. At $70 each, the selection of Korritos includes chicken, shrimp, honey, and spicy tofu to name a few. Wraps aside, the available for delivery items include K-roll's famous rice rolls wrapped in seaweed (all $55), and other K-faves like bibimbap.

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Sorabol Korean Restaurant (Tsim Sha Tsui)

Restaurants Korean Tsim Sha Tsui

This popular Korean eatery in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui has a strong delivery game, with an available for delivery menu including Korean dishes like jabchae ($140) – sauteed vermicelli with shredded mushrooms and vegetables – sweet and sour pork ($140), and even boiled pigs feet ($370)! More traditional offerings include the ubiquitous bibimbap ($140). A pro tip here is to order one of the 13 lunch sets ($98-$120), which offer more of a varied taste of what Sorabol has to offer. 

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Myung Ga

Restaurants Causeway Bay

This casual Korean joint in Causeway Bay has all the favourites you'd expect on the menu. For starters, you're looking at japchae ($138) and kimchi pancake with pork ($130), whilst the mains consist of familiar items from bibimbab (from $125) to barbeque sets. Although this restaurant doesn't do delivery, it's easy to just give them a call on 2882 5056 and arrange to pickup your food at a later time.

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