Whether you're looking to enjoy a gourmet meal delivered straight to your doorstep or a well-earned tea break with your colleagues at the office, there are plenty of mouth-watering delivery options for you to choose from in Hong Kong. To help you narrow things down, we've selected some of our favourite restaurants in Hong Kong that have recently joined the food delivery and takeaway game. All that's left for you to do now is set the table and eat up!
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Gyotaku is perfect for those looking to take a break from their busy work schedules or enjoy some quality time with your loved ones. From deep-fried oyster and mini Bara Chirashi bowl sets ($220) to uni and minced tuna rice bowls ($320), you can enjoy the finest Japanese delicacies delivered fresh to your doorstep. Or, call up the restaurant at least 20 minutes in advance to receive a 15 percent-off discount for self-pickup takeaways.
Instead of going out for a taco run, Taqueria Super Macho brings the laidback vibes directly to you via Black Sheep Restaurants' premium delivery service, GO. The delivery menu features signature dishes such as tacos, salsa, scrumptious sides, and a variety of exotic drinks. In addition, there are two new burritos – grilled steak & cheese burrito ($138) and habanero-roasted chicken Burrito ($118) – available exclusively on GO. A great option for those looking to enjoy a vibrant and satisfying meal in the comfort of your home.
Who says food delivery is just for lunch and dinner? Offering tea-infused patisseries, cakes, and macarons, Tea WG is the perfect choice for a sweet indulgence at home or at the office. Simply head to the online ordering site, select the pick-up date, time, and location, and you've got yourself a well-deserved tea break coming your way. You can pre-order up to three days in advance with no minimum spending required. Pick-up service is available at Tea Wg's Central, Festival walk, and Element location.
Looking for some hot noods? From the team behind Sichuan hot spot Chilli Fagara, Hot 'N' Meen is a delivery-only noodle concept that can sure excite your taste buds. Diners can choose from a string of fiery items including noodles with pork and vegetable dumplings in house-made Sichuan chilli sauce ($78) and the Dan Dan Noodles ($68) served either with minced pork and dried shrimp in a spicy peanut broth, or as a vegetarian option. There are also a few options for those looking for milder flavours such as the soup noodles with stir-fried lamb and Chinese leek and ginger ($78), and an aromatic braised five-spice sliced beef soup noodles ($78).
As one of our favourite Chinese vegetarian restaurants in Hong Kong, Miss Lee, is now offering both lunch and dinner takeaways. For lunch, diners can choose two main courses from a choice of four with rice or noodles ($68). Menu items include Chinese cabbage and mushroom glass noodles, cream cauliflowers (our favourite!), stir-fry jade melon and more. Miss Lee is conveniently located at The Wellington in Sheung Wan, making it perfect for office workers who want to try something healthy and wholesome.
Fini’s is a casual, fuss-free eatery that plates up NY-style pizzas, homemade pasta, and Italian-inspired nibbles. Put in an order for one of the restaurant's 12-inch pizzas to share with your colleagues, or indulge in pasta offerings such as typhoon shelter crab linguini, homemade fettuccine funghi, or everyone's favourite mac n' cheese. Order now to enjoy an 85 percent discount when you spend over $300. (Prices vary between Soho and Wan Chai location).
With lunch and dinner delivery services, Satay Inn offers tantalising options including classic assorted satay, Singaporean chicken curry, and the signature Hainanese chicken rice. Gourmet takeaway set menus are also available starting from just $98, with an extra $15 add-on option for Chinese soup, coffee, tea, or soft drinks. Click here for more detail on how to order from the hotel.