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Best lunch and takeaway options in Hong Kong

Dine-in until 6pm or take it home to enjoy

Fontaine Cheng
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Fontaine Cheng
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Following a more stringent extension of Hong Kong's social distancing regulations that put a 6pm curfew on dining at restaurants with only two people per table (except for Type D venues where all staff are fully vaccinated and diners have had at least one jab to allow four people per table), Hong Kong has had to respond quickly with takeaway and/or lunch menus in order to keep business going as usual.

So, if you're looking to support your favourite eateries or the newest openings, don't forget to check out their adapted operating hours and takeout options, and we'll do our best to keep updating this list in the meantime. Please check with the restaurant for more specific details and remember to adhere to social distancing requirements when you do dine-in.

Note: From January 7, all restaurants must stop offering dine-in services from 6pm to 5am with the number of people per table capped at two to six people depending on the type of the restaurant. For restaurants with unvaccinated staff, only two people are allowed per table. Groups of four will be allowed in restaurants with vaccinated staff members, and groups of six are allowed in restaurants when both staff and customers are vaccinated. 

Takeaway

  • Restaurants
  • Wan Chai

Bibi & Baba, along with other Jia Group restaurants including 22 Ships, Chachawan, Duddell’s, Louise, and Between Coffee, has food and drink for takeaway and delivery on the Jia Everywhere platform. Bibi & Baba, specifically, is offering it from Tuesday to Sunday: 11am-12.30pm; 5pm-8.30pm with set menus made for sharing and a la carte dishes including prawn mee ($102), Hainanese chicken ($178/half; $298/full), Beef rendang ($168) and more. Plus, there is a 10 percent discount (code: PICKUP10) for self-pickup, 10 percent discount on orders over $2,000 (code: OVER2000), and free delivery when you spend over $800. 

Check out their official website at jiacatering.com for more info

  • Restaurants
  • Burgers
  • Wan Chai

The Wan Chai burger joint is offering slider boxes for takeaway and delivery (from Admiralty to Tin Hau) which includes their signature beef and chicken sliders ($150 for six pieces) and the new limited-edition double prosperity slider box ($168 for six pieces) which will be available from January 17 to February 13 and includes burgers like the Health & Wealth tofu burger, Fortune beef burger, and Golden pork burger.

Visit boynburger.com for more info

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  • Restaurants
  • Indian
  • Tsim Sha Tsui

Chaat, among other venues in Rosewood Hong Kong including Bayfare Social, Henry, Holt’s Cafe, and The Legacy House, is offering takeaway for non-hotel guests. You’ll need to pre-order (call 3891 8808) from Rosewood On The Move from 11am onwards with self-pickup available at 6pm-9.30pm only. It’s also via Deliveroo but check the website for more details. At Chaat, the takeaway menu includes favourites like Old Delhi butter chicken ($268), lamb chop ($428), prawn pulao ($398) and much more.

Check out more from Rosewood on the move at rosewoodhotels.com 

  • Restaurants
  • Fortress Hill

Offering takeaway and delivery via their website, Deliveroo, OpenRice and Foodpanda, Chop Chop has everything from roast meats (from $88), rice combos (from $66) and lunch sets (from $62) to Chinese dishes (from $77) and steaming hot claypot rice (starts from $115; requires pre-order) on offer. 

Check out chopchophongkong.com for more details

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Date by Tate
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Date by Tate

The Gastronomy Gourmet Boxes ($1,580 per box) by Date by Tate are not to be missed. Not only is the food delivered to your door in reusable packaging that is returned to the restaurant, but all ingredients are sourced locally and seasonally, so it’s probably one of the most sustainable takeaway dinners you can have. There is a minimum order requirement for two box sets and includes a three-tiered meal with a bread basket, a quartet of small dishes, a choice of main course, a dessert and mignardise set. You can also add on drinks including a half bottle of Champagne Billecart-Salmon Rose with two Lehmann Champagne Glasses (+$680 per set) and other patisserie sets.

Order via datebytate.com; boxes produced in limited quantities of only 30 per day

  • Restaurants
  • Tsuen Wan

Feather & Bone is offering build-your-own Sunday roasts, dinners to-go and butcher’s steaks for pick-up and delivery. The roasts are available to pre-order and include a bone-in ribeye bundle ($2,480), Wagyu rump bundle ($1,980) and more. From 6pm, there is also a new dinner takeaway menu featuring signature plates for a restaurant-style feast at home.

Find out more at featherandbone.com.hk 

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  • Restaurants
  • Jordan

The Eaton HK’s eatery Flower Years is offering handcrafted burgers (from $98) with classic beef, fried chicken, Mexican style and more, as well as a grab-and-go menu (starts from $68) with dishes like porcini tortellini with truffle cream sauce and chipotle chicken wrap which comes with a set drink. You can upgrade by adding $18 for salad or soup of the day. This is available from noon to 9.30pm with a 10 percent discount available on orders after 6pm.

View the menu and order via WhatsApp here

  • Restaurants
  • Korean
  • Sheung Wan

The modern Korean restaurant, along with sister restaurants Ying Jee Club, Whey, Miss Lee, and J.A.M., is offering takeaway. Hansik Goo’s takeaway menu includes a Korean fried chicken bucket ($338) and the Bansang set ($628 for two) which comes with braised short ribs, spicy tofu stew with cod milt, two bowls of rice and Korean condiments, starting from the second week of January. It is available for pick-up or delivery from 6pm to 7.30pm in limited quantity.

For more details, check out delivery.zshospitality.com

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  • Restaurants
  • Chinese
  • Soho

Created by Chilli Fagara, Hot ‘N’ Meen delivers knife-cut noodles and dumplings daily from 11.30 to 2.30pm and then 4pm to 10.30pm so you can get that addictive spicy kick at home or in the office (if your address is in Admiralty, Central, Mid-Levels, Sheung Wan or Sai Ying Pun). Try dishes like the fiery chilli fish soup noodles ($91), dan dan noodles ($81), or the Northern-style lamb dumplings ($88 for eight pieces), and much more.

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  • Restaurants
  • Contemporary European
  • Central

Margo, along with La Rambla, Wagyumafia, Yakinikumafia, Morty’s, and Mashi no Mashi, is offering food and drinks for takeaway and delivery via Alfred's platform. Margo’s tasting menus and a la carte dishes are available from Monday to Saturday: 6pm-9pm and includes items such as cheese platters ($448), roasted pork belly with brussel sprouts ($428), apple vanilla tarte tatin ($128) and more. The Margo tasting menu for two goes for $1,600 and there is free delivery for orders over $1,200 (Hong Kong Island only) 

For more details, check out alfreds.hk

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  • Restaurants
  • Japanese
  • Mong Kok

Specialising in Japanese Wagyu, Maruju is offering donburi for takeaway including grilled free-range Japanese chicken ($59); grilled pork ($69); eel ($79); and grilled Wagyu beef donburi with onsen egg ($89). When you buy four donburis you can enjoy four free drinks too. For those who want to dine-in, you'll get a 20 percent discount before 12.45pm and a 30 percent discount from 3pm to 6pm.

  • Restaurants
  • Mediterranean
  • Lan Kwai Fong

Offering modern Mediterranean cuisine with a distinct Spanish flow, Quiero Más has some great items available for takeaway and delivery. An a la carte menu is available, but it's worth considering the tasting menu ($498 per person) which has all the best bits including truffle and cheese bikinis, suckling pig with crispy potato, seafood paella and much more. Plus, they're doing a 'Lockdown Offer' which gives you a 20 percent discount on all self pick-up and delivery orders.

Check out quieromas.hk for more details

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  • Restaurants
  • Seafood
  • Causeway Bay

Red Lobster has launched a flash takeaway menu with a 25 percent discount on five selected dishes. This includes shrimp pasta with lobster sauce ($74); fish n chips ($119); shrimp rice bowl ($74); chicken alfredo ($89) and Caribbean shrimp ($81).

Check out their full takeaway menu here

  • Restaurants
  • Contemporary European
  • Central

Rex’s takeaway menu has all the English favourites including sausage and mash ($180), classic fish pie ($250), steak and kidney pie ($250), beef burger ($250) and steaks (from $750) to do with sides (from $80). They also have dishes such as beef wellington ($2,500) and lobster pie ($1,500) made for four people among other dishes.

Takeaway is available for pick-up from 11.30am to 6pm

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Royal Caviar Club
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Royal Caviar Club

The Royal Caviar Club’s ‘Stay at Home’ indulgence packages include things like lobster and caviar ($960), Iberico ham and Royal Cristal Caviar ($980) and a full leg of Iberico and caviar ($12,800) among other items for all your luxurious dining needs at home.

You can check out more packages at royalcaviarclub.com

  • Restaurants
  • Thai
  • Wan Chai

Sending through Thai food and claypot dishes, Ruam’s takeaway options include the likes of Tod Man Pla fish cakes ($95), duck leg red curry ($238), mango sticky rice ($88), and even a ‘Feed Me’ tasting menu (start from $596) for two, four or more persons on Deliveroo. For self-pickup meals, every $100 spent on the order will receive one can of Singha beer. 

Click here to view the full delivery menu

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  • Restaurants
  • Japanese
  • Tsim Sha Tsui

Japanese omakase restaurant Sushi Hisayoshi is offering new luxury takeaway options including a futomaki roll ($680 for eight pieces per roll); Edomae-style sushi ($780 for 12 pieces); and chirashi rice boxes ($780 for one person). There will only be 10 sets of each item made daily, so make sure you order in advance (before 5pm) to grab them.  

 

Orders must be placed by phone 2383 3366 or WhatAapp 9165 5186 and can be picked up from 2pm to 6pm 

Steak King
Photograph: Courtesy Steak King

Steak King

Steak King is offering a variety of convenient ready-meals to make and enjoy at home. Highlights include the seafood paella meal kit which comes with a free pan, Wagyu beef wellington, lamb shepherd's pie, mushroom lasagne and more.

To order, head to steak-king.com and check out the ready meals

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  • Restaurants
  • Chinese
  • Lan Kwai Fong

Try the new takeaway menus that are designed for groups of six from January 8 to 20. Menu A ($3,880) includes Yung Kee's signature roasted goose, double-boiled soup, and classics like braised abalone with mushroom and more. Meanwhile, Menu B ($2,880) features barbecued pork belly and roasted goose, along with fried sticky rice with homemade cured meat and more. 

For more info, check out yungkee.com.hk

  • Restaurants
  • Steakhouse
  • Central

Top Blade Steak Lab has launched three new $64 burgers in their Super Value Takeaway Menu that gives you plenty of bang for your buck! The budget-friendly burgers include a TB flat iron burger, avocado and egg burger, and spicy flat iron burger. The flat iron burger patty uses the same tender beef shoulder meat found in their steak which makes for a rich and meaty flavoured burger. If you like a bit of a kick in your food then you can try the spicy flat iron burger. An additional $25 will get you truffle fries and a canned drink or tea.

Lunch

  • Restaurants
  • French
  • Sheung Wan

The restaurant is open Mondays to Saturdays, but from January 16, they will open every day from 11.30am to 6pm offering a la carte and two set menus. The sets include the 3-course Bacchus discovery menu ($298) and 6-course chef tasting menu ($888) with French-Asian delights like scallop ceviche, Japanese sea urchin and Black Angus beef rolls, and more.

  • Restaurants
  • Central

From January 8 onwards, Cultivate will serve lunch for the very first time. Their six-course winter tasting menu ($1,288) will now be offered at designated time slots: 11.45am; 1pm; and 2.15pm. The private table is available at 2pm for a minimum of three diners and a maximum of four.

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  • Restaurants
  • Contemporary European
  • Central

Mono's operating hours will be from Tuesday to Saturday: 11.30am-6pm, offering three separate seatings during this time with a maximum of four people per table. The restaurant also offers a 'Chefs At Home' dining experience that brings Mono to your own kitchen.

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  • Restaurants
  • Steakhouse
  • Tsim Sha Tsui

Morton’s The Steakhouse has two menus for lunch including a weekday three-course menu ($498) available from 11am-6pm. The other option is the premium steak and lobster menu ($788), available from 11am-6pm which features the best of land and sea, a side dish, and dessert. Meanwhile, the full a la carte menu is available every Saturday and Sunday from 11am-6pm.

  • Restaurants
  • Central

The izakaya-inspired has launched brand new three- to four-course lunch sets  ($148 per person) which features a choice of musubi bowls, three starters, soup and complimentary free-flow soft drinks, mocktail or beer. The musubi bowls include options of Japanese-style char siu, braised beef cheek, and torched eel among others. If that’s not enough, you can also add sides such as fried oysters ($30 for three pieces) or a dessert of the day for $25.

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  • Restaurants
  • Soho

Percy’s has opened its doors for daytime service from Tuesday to Sunday 12pm-6pm with takeaway available from 12pm-7pm. You can try out their new lunch set menu (prices start from $198) with a starter, main, side, and dessert for an additional $58. Highlights include lobster bisque, crispy fried oysters, Brandt beef burger, Ruby snapper sandwich, and more. Then there are the $22 oysters from 3pm-6pm and a wicked happy hour from 12pm-6pm with drinks for $48 each. You can also order from their seafood shack menu which has plenty of casual bites to choose from.

  • Restaurants
  • Japanese
  • Lan Kwai Fong

The Japanese-inspired restaurant has a brand new three-course lunch set menu ($178) available from 11.30am-3pm, Monday to Friday. The menu includes a choice of mains such as Polmard beef tartare, chicken katsu, menchi-katsu sando, yakiniku Wagyu (+$98). The meal comes with a side of rice or mentaiko udon in broth, as well as a choice of dessert or coffee.

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Wine bars
  • Central

Operating their breakfast and lunch as normal, Somm has also added what they call: SommEarlyDinner which will be available from 2.30pm-4.30pm on weekdays and 4-4:30pm on weekends. The early dinner menu ($378) features a selection of starter, main and dessert including a poultry and foie gras paté en croute, dry-aged Challans duck breast, Abinao chocolate souffle and more. You can choose also choose to enjoy one main course with a glass of Sommelier recommended Champagne or wine ($378); a two-course ($588) or three-course ($688) menu with a glass of Champagne or wine too.

The Diplomat
Photograph: Courtesy The Diplomat

The Diplomat

Now open from Monday to Saturday: 12pm to 6pm, The Diplomat will seat six per table and offer their regular menu of drinks and food including the F*ck Omicron bacon cheeseburger with fries ($220; limited daily availability). 

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  • Restaurants
  • Sheung Wan

Serving up a condensed five-course tasting menu ($890 per person) from 12pm-2pm and 2pm-5pm, Whey will dish up items such as chilli lobster with blue ginger custard, monkfish ‘otah-otah’, and more. Their regular full tasting menu ($1,290 per person) is also available during lunch.

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