From Michelin-starred restaurants to those that recently ranked in Asia's top 50, there's no shortage of award-winning restaurants in Hong Kong. During these trying times, many of us may not want to venture out for a sit-down meal, but fortunately, this doesn't mean that we can't enjoy the fabulous fare from some of the city's most prestigious eateries. Yes, that's right, some of the acclaimed restaurants in Hong Kong are now doing delivery, and we welcome it with open arms and growling stomachs.
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Award-winning restaurants doing delivery and takeaway
One Michelin-starred Belon flew in at 4th place at the recent Asia’s Best 50 Restaurants awards. The famous French bistro in Soho now offers delivery and takeaway options from a reduced version of their menu, with offerings including hamachi salad ($368), whole roasted chicken ($888) to name just a couple. To order, simply email email@example.com to request a delivery menu and then order from the list by 2pm if you want your tasty grub delivered to your door in time for dinner.
With one Michelin star under its belt, Duddell’s is one of our favourite restaurants in this city. Right now they're treating foodie fans to a range of delivery sets, with lunch delivery starting at $1,600 for a four-person set including truffle pork dumplings, pork and shrimp dumplings, honey-glazed barbeque pork and more. Dinner set A ($2400 for four people) offers honey-glazed pork and Australian M5 beef shank with sand ginger and scallion. Finally, dinner set B ($3200 for four people) includes Jellyfish, local fried lobster and Miyasaki A4 Wagyu Beef in gravy sauce.
The world’s first Michelin-starred Punjabi restaurant delivers its mouth-watering creations to your home. With delicacies like the tandoori lobster and the chicken tikka, spiced tomato and butter, this Wyndham Street eatery gained many fans since opening in 2017. Like Belon, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your order by 2pm latest, for an order to be picked up/delivered in the evening.
One Michelin-starred modern French restaurant, Louise, now offers a delivery set for two. The appetising two-person set costs $1198 and includes a sourdough bread; a signature spread homemade Louise pâté en croûte roasted yellow chicken; Niigata rice ‘en cocotte’; and salad Choux pastry, hazelnut, hazelnut cream traditional homemade cannelés.
Two Michelin-starred Sun Tung Lok's menu shines the spotlight on Cantonese flavours, with signature dishes including dry-aged beef ribs and mushroom-stuffed crab shell. The available-for-delivery two-person set ($498) and four-person set ($898) are popular choices full of Cantonese noodle dishes and dim sum.
This Michelin-starred Central hangout has gained a stellar reputation for its prime cuts of beef sourced from all over the world. If you’re craving a great steak done to absolute perfection, or a succulent burger, look no further. Top picks for takeout and delivery are the black Angus beef burger with jalapeno sauce ($100), and the Kobe beef with paprika and sesame seed sauce ($180). As for steaks, the kind staff at Beefbar suggest to order yours less cooked than you’d usually like, and then simply reheat it at home to approach steak perfection!
For takeaway, place your order on 2110 8853. Delivery coming soon on Foodpanda from April 9.
This Hong Kong institution has been featured in the Michelin Guide for four consecutive years and these days proudly holds one Michelin star. If you’re ordering takeout or delivery from this much-loved restaurant, you probably won’t get the same panoramic harbour views that can be enjoyed from dining in, but you can still get the same award-winning dishes. A good choice for takeout and delivery are the business set lunches (from $298 per person) which include baked chicken pastry with whole abalone, stewed oxtail with signature red wine sauce, and baked lobster seafood rice and more.
The Four Seasons Hong Kong’s executive pastry chef, Ringo Chan, has been baking up a storm, and has recently been named the best pastry chef in Asia! Now lucky Hongkongers can shop online for the pastries, with the launch of shopfourseasonshk.com. This online shop features Nutella and sea salt caramel cake ($55), Kyoto green tea cake with azuki bean ($55), including Four Seasons classics such as the plain and raisin scones ($25) and fresh fruit Danish ($25) to name a few. there are almost 20 types of sweet treats for you to choose from, with delivery available for hampers. For everything else, order online and then select the desired date and time for pickup.