Looking for new menus and dining deals? We’ve done the legwork and have rounded up everything (and everywhere!) you’ll want to eat this month.
With increased dining restrictions in place, it’s more important than ever to show our favourite eateries some love right now. Luckily, they’ve made that easy for us thanks to these fantastic new menus and dining deals. Whether you feel like dining-in or supporting from a distance with takeaway or delivery, keep reading to discover our pick of the best dishes to be found across the city this December.
Editor’s Note: Social distancing regulations are currently in place in Hong Kong, so please make sure you follow the latest government advice if dining out.
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New Season Eats At La Rambla
Executive Chef Ferran Tadeo brings in catches from the land and sea for his take on seasonal dining at La Rambla this winter. From an Ozaki Beef Canelon ($180) to Oyster al “Pil Pil” ($85) and Josper-grilled Hokkaido Scallop al Cava ($180), the new additions are sure to hit the spot. We’ve heard great things about La Rambla’s Roasted Ping Yuen Chicken ($680), which features the local, golden-yellow skinned chicken paired with house-fried potatoes and umami-rich buttery homemade morel sauce. And don’t forget dessert, which takes the form of a homemade Golden Donut ($90) with brown butter ice cream, topped with bourbon and berries.
La Rambla is available for delivery via Deliveroo.
Limited-Edition Festive Specials At The Pizza Project
The Pizza Project is embracing all things festive this month with a special selection of Festive Goodies, available exclusively on Thursday, 24 December to Sunday, 26 December, and Thursday, 31 December to Friday, 1 January. We’re talking indulgent holiday pizzas, including the Contadina with duck breast, pumpkin and gorgonzola, and Truffle Carbonara, which spotlights black truffle paste, quail eggs and parmesan cream, alongside the Costiera – an elevated take on carpaccio with seabass, pomegranate and beet leaves. Though The Pizza Project’s Tiramisu dessert remains a firm favourite, we can’t wait to try the scrumptious Chocolate Profiteroles as a special Christmas treat.
Speaking of treats, did we mention that Pirata Group is brining back its fabulous “Drinks on Us” deal? From now until Wednesday, 16 December, you can enjoy a complimentary 90-minute free-flow to go with your weekday lunch. Book your table at Chaiwala, MEATS, Honjo, Tokyolima, The Optimist or Pirata now!
The Pizza Project (Central), G/F, 26 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2311 1815
Shiro’s Crystal Sushi
Sushi fiends, listen up: Shiro is bringing back its menu of showstopping Crystal Sushi. A feast for the eyes as well as the palate, this innovative interpretation balances handmade slivers of delicately flavoured jelly atop flavourful sushi pieces, resulting in a beautifully iridescent surface that’s almost too pretty to eat. There are six creations to choose from, including a fusion-inspired Scallop and caviar with kimchi jelly ($78), a bright Tuna with ponzu jelly ($88) and a Fatty salmon with mint and sake jelly ($68). Head to Shiro’s TaiKoo Place location or the newly re-opened Pacific Place branch to get your fix.
Shiro is available for delivery via Deliveroo.
Shiro (Pacific Place), 123, 1/F, Pacific Place, Admiralty, Hong Kong, 2117 9481
Honbo x CRFT Pit’s Texas Style BBQ
Summer is well and truly over, but we’re still craving all things BBQ. Enter burger joint Honbo, which is pairing up with artisan smokehouse CRFT Pit this month to bring us a new menu of irresistible smokey Americana eats. Exclusively available at Honbo’s BaseHall location, take your pick from three plates of Texas-style BBQ, alongside a range of moreish sides and sauces. The tender, melt-in-the-mouth signature 7oz Beef Brisket ($222) is a must-try, as are the sticky, fall-off-the-bone St. Louis Ribs ($258). Add on a side of Sweet Spud and Squash Salad and a helping of Esquites Mexi-Corn Salad to make it a true southern feast.
Honbo is available for takeaway and delivery.
Read more: The Best Burgers In Hong Kong
Kyoto Joe’s Hokkaido Weekend Brunch
Forget turkey, if Japanese food is more your thing, make your way over to newly-revamped izakaya Kyoto Joe for its Hokkaido Weekend Brunch ($488). Available until the end of December, get set to feast on magnificent buffet spreads of jet-fresh sushi and sashimi, made-to-order creative rolls, and signatures from the robatayaki grill featuring meats such as A4 Wagyu from Saga, pork from Miyazaki and hanamidori chicken from Kyushu. If that wasn’t enough, guests get to take their pick of mains, including Kyoto Joe signatures and a range of specially-designed Hokkaido dishes, all with a package of free-flow drinks (from $158).
Kyoto Joe’s à-la-carte dishes are available for delivery via LKF Delivery Direct.
Rubia Adds Tapas To The Menu
Though best known for its premium Galician beef offering, Rubia is expanding its horizons this month with the launch of a new tapas menu. Indulge in a taste of Spain by way of premium cold cuts (from $40), Octopus Gallega on Potato Cream ($135), Gambas Al Ajillo ($150) and the obligatory Patatas Fritas ($47), all washed down with a glass of regional wine.
A Taste Of Sweden
From fika to meatballs and fine dining, Swedish food culture in Hong Kong stretches far beyond IKEA. Don’t believe us? See for yourself thanks to the Consulate General of Sweden’s “A Taste of Sweden” campaign, which gives you the chance to win foodie prizes from the likes of Frantzén’s Kitchen, Mr Meatball, Squarestreet KAFFE, Swish Pizza and SverigeShoppen – yes please! Head here for the details. The campaign has been extended until Sunday, 20 December, so make sure you hurry!
Consulate General of Sweden, www.facebook.com/ConsulateGeneralOfSwedenInHongKong
INTERVAL x MÖVENPICK Ice Cream Festive Desserts
If you’re in the mood for a festive-inspired sweet treat, look no further than coffee hotspot INTERVAL, which has joined forces with MÖVENPICK Ice Cream to bring us an array of mouthwatering desserts. Available from now until Thursday, 31 December, the three puddings spotlight various ice cream flavours: the Boxing Day, for instance, centres upon MÖVENPICK’s Cold Brew Coffee Chocolate Ice Cream, and features the addition of salted caramel sauce and coconut flakes for depth of flavour; while Alba’s Winter plays with MÖVENPICK’s Vanilla Dream Ice Cream, bringing in the delicate crunch of hazelnut and an unexpected twist of white truffle cream to surprise the tastebuds. Last but not least, the Thanksgiving introduces MÖVENPICK’s Raspberry Sorbet, paired with hand-picked raspberries, a dash of herb oil and tangy citrus powder.
INTERVAL Coffee Bar, 33 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.twins-kitchen.com/interval-coffee-bar
Hot ‘N’ Meen’s Dumpling Delivery
This cool December weather calls for all things comfort, so it’s just as well delivery-only concept Hot ‘N’ Meen has added warming dumplings to its menu line-up. The perfect complement to its slurp-worthy noods, the offering includes Northern-style Little Lamb Dumplings ($88 for eight pieces), the Kimchi Beef Mandu ($88 for eight pieces) and a vegetarian IMPOSSIBLE Momo ($88 for eight pieces).
HOT ‘N’ MEEN, available on Deliveroo
A Taste Of Winter At LPM
Iconic French-Mediterranean restaurant and bar LPM unveils new seasonal additions for winter, along with a glorious winter-themed cocktail. Start with a warming Pumpkin Risotto with Cepes, loaded with cheese and butter, before tucking into the flavourful Grilled Blue Lobster ($488) with parsley and chilli, and the crowd-pleasing Grilled Whole Turbot ($1,200), seasoned with garlic and a splash of lemon juice. For dessert, the spiced apple Le Rambault cocktail is a worthy companion to the restaurant’s signature French Toast ($158) and Thin Crust Apple Tart ($138), served with vanilla ice cream for additional festive spirit.
LPM is available for pick-up. Head here to order.
Pie Delights At Smoke & Barrel
Good old-fashioned pie is the order of the day at Smoke & Barrel. Following the tremendous success of its special Thanksgiving pecan pie, chef duo Chris Grare and Christopher Tuthill are giving the people what they really want for Christmas this year: a special menu dedicated exclusively to pies! Available for dine-in and takeaway, there are eight drool-worthy flavours to choose from, including Triple Chocolate Truffle Fudge, Bourbon Caramel Pecan, Smokey Key Lime, Lemon Meringue and Georgia Peach, to name but a few. The eight-inch pies are priced at $400 each.
Read more: The Best Bakeries In Hong Kong
New And Improved Authentic Italian Dishes At 208 Duecento Otto
Beloved Hollywood Road staple 208 Duecento Otto is ushering in its 10th anniversary, along with a revamped menu of new and improved authentic Italian eats. The restaurant has partnered with Italian fine foods importer New Food Group to source exclusive ingredients, resulting in a menu of dishes made from fresh produce that can’t be found elsewhere in Hong Kong. Think mortadella and prosciutto from two artisans in Modena and Parma; pristine tomatoes, Jerusalem artichokes and sweet friggitelli peppers; and cheeses such as pecorino di Pienza and uniquely-sized balls of burrata. Highlights include the Raw Italian Red Prawns, which pairs the treasured shellfish from Sicily with a lusciously creamy burrata cheese imported from Andria, alongside the Fassona Beef Tartare, bursting with Piedmontese flavours, and a decadent Ravioli Truffle.
208 Duecento Otto is available for delivery via JIA Everywhere.
A Fully Vegan Modern Chinese Feast At Miss Lee
Proving that vegan dining can be just as exciting and satisfying as its meat-filled counterpart, Miss Lee invites guests to enjoy its new “De-lee-cious Winter Vegan Menu”. Conceptualised by consultant chef Siu Hin-Chi of two Michelin-starred Ying Jee Club (so you know it’s going to be good!), the traditionally-inspired dishes are equal parts homey and hearty, with bites like Roasted Yam Frites, Mushroom and Taro Patty, Homemade Spinach and Sweet Corn Wonton and the Cantonese classic, Claypot Rice. A fantastic Christmas dinner alternative, the menu is available across Thursday, 24 December to Sunday, 26 December, and Thursday, 31 December to Friday, 1 January.
Miss Lee is available for delivery via foodpanda.
A Diwali Celebration At CHAAT
Cue the lamps and candles, Rosewood’s signature contemporary Indian street food restaurant CHAAT is setting the scene for a Diwali celebration to remember. The limited-edition set menu hopes to transport guests to the bold and vibrant streets of India with a selection of specially-created flavour-packed dishes. Highlights include the beautifully tender Champaran Lamb Curry, alongside the Tandoori Kebab Platter and Dhokla Ki Chaat, a traditional sweet and savoury Gujarati snack made with wheat crisps, pomegranate and tangy chutney. Each main comes with a dazzling array of traditional sides, including Dal Panchmel (a five-lentil curry with garlic and cumin) and buttery Lacha Naan. Finish your feast with a Berry Shrikhand Eton Mess. The Diwali menu will be available for one night only, on Saturday, 14 November; advanced booking is highly recommended.
Donate A Meal To Support Those In Need
Dine out to support those in need this month thanks to the Donate-a-Meal Campaign – a brand new initiative which aims to raise emergency funds for vulnerable households that have been affected as a result of the pandemic. The premise is simple: dine out at one of these 27 partner restaurants (including Sassy faves Confusion, Uma Nota, Te Quiero Mucho and more), and opt in to the voluntary $15 donation when paying your bill. It really couldn’t be easier! While it doesn’t seem like much, a little goes a long way; just $5 can provide one meal for a vulnerable person. The campaign will last throughout November, with all funds split between Feeding Hong Kong, Christian Action and ImpactHK.
Read more: Where To Volunteer In Hong Kong
Monthly Breakfast At New Punjab Club
Inspired by the hearty morning meals of Punjab’s agricultural and trucking workers, Chef Palash Mitra of New Punjab Club brings us an exciting new breakfast offering, available on the first Sunday of every month. The Michelin-starred tandoor grillhouse pulls out all the stops with a set menu packed full of comforting flatbreads, kebabs and curries, accompanied by flavourful chutneys, chickpea and lentil sides. Priced at $798 per person, the next seating will be on Sunday, 6 December, from 10:30am – make sure to book your table in advance to avoid disappointment!
Chachawan Returns With A Revamped Menu
JIA Group favourite Chachawan makes a welcome return this month, complete with a fresh look and revamped selection of eats. Led by husband-and-wife chef duo Chang and Narisara Somboon, the new menu delivers a sweet-salty-sour-spicy smackdown of flavours, with innovative dishes that serve as a bold rendition of regional Isaan cuisine. Highlights include popular appetiser Som Dtum Kao Pod ($108), a vibrant and fresh corn salad with salted egg, cherry tomatoes, chilli, garlic and sweet-and-sour tamarind dressing, along with the Po Nim Pad Prik ($148), or deep-fried soft-shell crab in spicy chilli and garlic, and Sai Krok Isan ($98), featuring grilled fermented sausage and served with rice and slices of ginger. Wash it all down with a selection of the restaurant’s signature cocktails, which have all been designed to pair perfectly with the intensity of the food.
Shake Shack’s Limited Edition Black Truffle Menu
Luxury abounds at Shake Shack, which is elevating its usual burger offering with a limited edition Black Truffle Menu. There are three new truffle delights to get your hands on: the Black Truffle Burger ($65), Black Truffle Chick’n ($62) and the Black Truffle Fries ($42), all featuring indulgent black truffle mayo. Available at all Shake Shack outlets now.
White Alba Truffles At Aria
From burgers to modern Italian dining, the truffle affair continues at Chef Andrea Zamboni’s Aria. New on the menu this month are two decadent dishes which spotlight the famed Alba white truffle. First up is a dish named “Tribute to Life” ($688), which features layers of scrambled Livornese egg from Tuscany, potato mousseline, Baeri caviar and ikura, topped with the obligatory white truffle. Meanwhile, a creamy white truffle-adorned Risotto brings together Jerusalem artichoke and seasonal hairy crab for an indulgent gastronomic treat. Guests can also buy additional white truffle by the gram to be shaved onto their favourite Aria dishes.
Beefbar Embraces Autumn Flavours
Looking to treat yourself this month? Michelin-starred Beefbar has a decadent Autumnal tasting menu which ticks all the boxes. The seven-course dinner degustation experience (priced at $1,480) features exquisite beef selections, alongside the finest white truffles, with dishes like Milk-fed Veal Filet Tartare, Tarragon & Praline, Black Angus Beef Mini Burger with White Truffle and Homemade Kobe Ravioli – an indulgent delight indeed.
Read more: The Best Steakhouses In Hong Kong
Ovolo’s Tiffin Lunches To Go
Take your desk lunch up a notch with Ovolo’s new tiffin offerings, which pack a full three-course meal into one biodegradable takeaway box. Available from all three Ovolo restaurants, including Veda in Central, Te Quiero Mucho in Sheung Wan and Komune in Southside, feast on the likes of Himalayan-inspired Silk Route Momos, Truffle Polenta, Chickpea and Mushroom Curry with Coconut Noodles, Burritos and more – not bad for a weekday, eh? Ovolo’s tiffins are priced at $138 when dining in or $98 for takeaway, with options to add on non-alcoholic or alcoholic drinks.
Warming Plant-Based Eats At Kind Kitchen And Green Common
Wholesome winter warmers are the order of the day at Kind Kitchen and Green Common, and they’re all plant based! All the new additions are created with the likes of OmniPork Luncheon and plant-based egg brand JUST Egg, including the Heartwarming Spicy Noodle (from $59), Indian-Spiced Beyond Beef Dip with Roti Paratha (from $52) and Banana Raisin Pudding (from $52). Head over to Kind Kitchen or any one of the Green Common outlets to try for yourself.
Kind Kitchen, Shop 1, 1/F, Nan Fung Place, 173 Des Voeux Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, 2110 0055
Chilli Fagara’s Comforting Claypot Menu
As the weather cools, we’re craving all things comfort – and Chilli Fagara’s new claypot menu hits the spot just right. For the uninitiated, these sizzling one-pot dishes come served bubbling in earthenware pots, and kept warm at the table by an elegant flame. Best paired with a steaming bowl of fluffy white rice, take your pick from variations like Fiery Beef Brisket Braised with Taro and Turnip ($198) and crowd-favourite Stewed Chicken Pot with Abalone and Pearl Garlic in Sichuan-style ($228). There are vegan options too, including the Stewed Trio Mushroom with Fresh Asian Basil and Ginger ($148), and Braised Tofu ($138), each as satisfying as the last. Chilli Fagara’s claypot menu will be available from now until the end of February.
Elevated Pub Grub At The Diplomat
Best known for its reimagined classic cocktails and vintage liqueurs, John Nugent’s dedicated speakeasy delights with a new menu of elevated “pub grub”. From the crisp and creamy Twice Baked Potato ($100) to the suckling pig Cubano ($170), Southern-style Chicken Sandwich ($160) and Truffled Mac & Cheese ($90), comfort doesn’t get much better than this. Whilst you’re there, don’t miss out on the cult favourite Diplomat Burger ($180), available in limited quantities daily, along with a side of the classiest fries in town (complete with Espelette pepper and yuzu mayo). The food menu is served Monday to Saturday, from 4pm to midnight.
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Save Up To 40% At Mandarin Oriental’s Café Causette
Turn your steps into foodie rewards at Café Causette – Mandarin Oriental’s contemporary all-day dining cafe. From now until the end of October, diners with a daily mileage of 10,000 steps can enjoy a sweet 10% off their entire bill! With every additional 5,000 steps, you can look forward to an additional 5% off; and for those with a step count of 40,000 in one day, a complimentary bottle of Champagne will be given as a reward. Available daily during dinner only, simply present your mobile step count app to redeem. Every step counts here, literally!
Honjo’s Dreamer Tasting Menu Revamped
Modern Japanese flavours meet French finesse in Honjo’s revamped Dreamer Tasting Menu. Here, guests are invited to embark on a gastronomic escape with dishes inspired by the holistic elements of Earth and Sea, as well as Chef Sato Kiyoshi’s childhood memories. Priced at $680 per person for a selection of 10 dishes, it’s the perfect confluence of aesthetic artistry and culinary creativity. Highlights include the Kani Salad, a medley of fresh Hokkaido king and snow crab complete with a glass-like tomato jelly, along with the “East Meets West” heritage tartar with purple wild rice crisps. Make sure to save room for dessert, which consists of a zesty Lemongrass Granita palate cleanser and the indulgent Hokkaido milk ice cream and roasted white chocolate “North to South”.
An Australian Affair At Mamma Always Said
Chef Corey Riches takes a cue from his Aussie roots this month with an exclusive Australian-themed feast at Mamma Always Said, transporting guests to the land down under with his reinvented homemade recipes and nostalgic snacks. Available for one night only on Wednesday, 14 October, highlights include creative twists on national favourites including the Peel Street Jatz (a jazzed-up version of the unforgettable, Jatz cracker, complete with cheese, sausage, whipped avocado and Mamma’s hot sauce), Beer Can Chicken, grilled over a “VB” (Victoria Bitter) beer can, and Iced Vovo Ice-Cream, based on the classic biscuit of the same name. With a five and seven course menu available (priced at $295 or $370 respectively), book in now to secure your place!
Mamma Always Said, 42 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.mammashk.com
XUÂN’s Nine Plate Family Feast
Home comforts abound in XUÂN’s nine-plate feast. Lovingly crafted by chef-owner John Nguyen, the menu draws on the tradition of “com gia dinh” to recreate an authentic Vietnamese family dinner. Cue a medley of comforting staples, perfect for sharing between three to four people. From nourishing broths to refreshing salads, fermented pickles and locally-sourced fish, every dish is made with warmth and passion. We recommend pairing the XUÂN Family Meal with a couple of the restaurant’s newest additions, such as the Octopus Ceviche ($138) and golden fried Soft Shell Crab ($148).
MONO’s New Cacao Dessert
Widely regarded as being home to the world’s best chocolate, cacao is a cornerstone of Latin America’s culinary heritage. So it was only a matter of time before chef-owner Ricardo Chaneton incorporated this star ingredient into his menu at South American fine dining destination MONO. Debuting in the form of a rich chocolate dessert, guests can expect an indulgent symphony of fresh cacao sorbet, dairy-free chocolate mousse, sticky cacao pulp and smoked chipotle pepper-infused chocolate shards. Going the extra mile, Ricardo has opted to make all the chocolate from scratch using raw Ecuadoran cacao pods – a true labour of love! The new dessert will form part of the restaurant’s singular tasting menu from this month onwards.
Eat Around The World With Hutong
Hutong’s newest tasting menu, Golden Dragon, enlists the help of the brand’s worldwide branches for a decadent night to remember. From Hutong Miami’s tender Calamari flowers to Dubai’s Black Diamond made with deep-fried charcoal tofu, and New York’s unique Wasabi okra, this is your chance to travel the globe without leaving Hong Kong. The menu is available Tuesday to Sunday and priced at $650 per person; add on an extra $100 for free-flow.
Bali To Tokyo With Le Comptoir
In celebration of not one but two new night brunches (at Poem and Silencio respectively), Le Comptoir is tempting brunch fiends with its exclusive “Bali To Tokyo” package. For just $800 you’ll get to enjoy both the Silencio Jazzakaya Night Brunch Experience (worth $658) and Poem’s Organic Brunch Menu (worth $446), complete with free-flow Champagne and Bellinis. That’s a deal too good to sleep on! The package is available until Tuesday, 20 October, and both brunch experiences must be redeemed in October. Head here to buy now.
Sassy Tip: Up the indulgence factor by adding on Silencio’s Boujee Sando ($588) – an opulent take on the restaurant’s signature Miyazaki a4 Wagyu Sando, complete with toppings of Sturia caviar, Hokkaido uni, Foie gras torchon and Autumn truffle.
Le Comptoir, www.lecomptoir.hk
Ozone’s Oktoberfest Brunch
Ozone’s iconic sky-high brunch gets an Oktoberfest makeover this month, complete with free-flow Erdinger Beers. On the menu, expect a selection of German-inspired dishes like Roasted German Pork Knuckles with Sauerkraut, Homemade Spätzle and Black Forrest Cake. As with the Ozone’s regular brunch offering, diners can enjoy unlimited egg specialities, as well as a choice of salad and main, before finishing up at the legendary dessert station. Brunch is priced at $488 per person, plus $268 for two-hours free-flow wine and beer.
Read more: Your Guide To The Best Brunch In Hong Kong
Free-Flow Fridays With Pirata Group
Leave it to Pirata Group to make the best out of bad situation with the invention of “frunch” – a Friday lunch extravaganza where complimentary free-flow is the order of the day. Originally designed in response to the recent spate of dining regulations, its overwhelming popularity has cemented the continuation of “frunch” well into September. Available across Chaiwala, Honjo, The Optimist, Pirata, MEATS and TokyoLima, simply order the tasting menu to enjoy 90 minutes of drinks on the house. Friyay indeed!
Pirata Group, piratagroup.hk
Okra x Mizunara: Cocktails & Otoshi
It’s a Japanese affair in Sai Ying Pun this month as neighbourhood izakaya Okra teams up with Ginza-inspired drinking den Mizunara: The Library for a limited edition Cocktail Bento experience. Taking place at Okra’s upstairs Omakase counter, the set features one whiskey cocktail and three Japanese tapas dishes (or otoshi) for $350. Availability is by reservation only, with time slots ranging from 4pm to 10pm, Monday through Saturday.
Read more: Your Neighbourhood Guide To Sai Ying Pun
Chicken & Waffles At Yardbird
Introducing weekend brunch, Southern style. You can now get stuck into Yardbird’s much-hyped Fried Chicken and Waffles, complete with a generous pour of flagrant house maple syrup, every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 3pm. Weekends were made for indulging after all!
Mid-Autumn Churros From Twist & Buckle
Celebrate the festive season with Twist & Buckle’s “Moon Fest” churros, available in two indulgent flavours. The Lotus Love ($40) features a fragrant lotus seed paste dough sprinkled with salted egg yolk flakes, and is best enjoyed piping-hot. Meanwhile, the Insta-worthy Over The Moon ($70) is made up of a lotus-glazed churro tucked into a creamy Hokkaido milk soft serve and garnished with fresh pomegranate, blush-pink pomelo and a drizzle of traditional sweet taro, pumpkin and tapioca Chinese dessert soup. Get yours between Monday, 28 September and Sunday, 4 October.
Twist & Buckle, 29-31 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, www.instagram.com/twistandbuckle
Michelin-Starred Late Lunch At T’ang Court For $298
Three Michelin-starred T’ang Court has launched two new signature After Two Lunch Menus, starting from just $298. Available from 2pm to 5pm daily, the Deluxe Menu ($298) and Premium Menu ($368) features some of the restaurant’s most iconic dishes, including the award-winning Baked Stuffed Crab Shell, Roasted Goose and Assorted Dim Sum. For those so inclined, a two-hour free-flow offering, with wine, soft drinks and juice, can be enjoyed for an additional $138 per person.
YAKINIKUMAFIA’s Omakase Experience
Passionate about all things wagyu? Then YAKINIKUMAFIA’s new omakase experience is for you. The exclusive set features six rare cuts of Ozaki beef, all hand-selected by founder Hisato Hamada himself. Hong Kong is the only city outside of Tokyo to have access to these, upping the exclusivity factor further. Priced at $980, the omakase also comes with the restaurant’s signature Wagyu bone soup, cast-iron prepared Koshihikari rice, “big eye” BBQ dipping sauce and Hong Kong exclusive Wagyu Keema Curry, along with the Goma Salad and a Soft Serve dessert to finish.
Dim Sum Afternoon Tea At Holt’s Café
Dim sum delights abound in this brand new afternoon tea offering from Rosewood’s Holt’s Café. The set, priced at $580 for two, features seven flavourful plates, including a creamy Egg Tart topped with bird’s nest, Braised Abalone Siu Mai and the restaurant’s decadent take on the traditional Har Gow, complete with premium Kaluga caviar. The dim sum bites are served with your choice of tea, with options ranging from the handcrafted Coconut Vodka White Peony Tea, Honey Orchid Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong, Anji Bai green tea and a classic pu’erh. For the ultimate experience, opt to sit on the restaurant’s breezy terrace overlooking Salisbury Road, or within the elegant Tea Conservatory.
The Pizza Project’s New Lunch Menu
Good news for those living and working in the Wan Chai area – The Pizza Project has extended its popular set lunch deal to include both locations. Priced at just $98, the menu includes a drink, antipasto and, of course, pizza! Options change weekly, but you can expect to find a selection of the restaurant’s signature dishes, such as the Nduja and Prosciutto E Funghi, along with exclusive specials like the Focaccia Mortadella Ricotta. If you’re feeling extra indulgent, add on dessert for just $20 more.
The Pizza Project (Wan Chai), 5 Star Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, firstname.lastname@example.org, thepizzaproject.hk
Enjoy A Complimentary Welcome Drink By The Pontiac When Dining At Andō
Looking for a reason to check out newly-opened fine dining restaurant Andō? How about a complimentary drink from The Pontiac? For one month only, Andō has teamed up with the award-winning bar to offer three signature cocktails, meaning you can still make a night of it even while the bars remained closed. Throughout the collaboration, all dine-in guests can enjoy a complimentary cocktail or mocktail to start their meal, while any further cocktail sales will go to The Pontiac.
Café Gray Deluxe’s New Afternoon Tea With Teakha
Following the success of its previous collaborations with homegrown brands Matchali and Cookie DPT, Café Gray Deluxe looks to Teakha for its third exclusive afternoon tea pairing of the year. Expect a selection of delectable tea-infused savoury and sweet creations, like the Fig and Goats Cheese Rice Cracker topped with a Red Oolong Gelee, and the Apple Blossom Verbena Cured Salmon served with Guinness Bread. Another highlight is the restaurant’s signature scone, given a Teakha twist with the addition of candied ginger. Tea is also included, with options spanning Masala Chai, Keemun Rose and Apple Blossom Verbena. The limited edition set is available daily (3:30pm to 5:30pm), until Monday, 30 November, and is priced at $285 per person or $480 for two.
No time to stop for the full afternoon tea offering? Head down to the Teakha pop-up instead where you can treat yourself to tea and scones. New flavours, designed exclusively for The Upper House, include Fig, Roselle, Apple Longan, Earl Grey Lemon, Matcha White Chocolate and Banana Peanut Butter. The pop-up will be there until Sunday, 29 November, and is open from 10am to 4pm Tuesday to Sunday.
Teakha x Café Gray Deluxe Afternoon Tea, Café Gray Deluxe, Level 49, The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong, 3968 1106, email@example.com, www.upperhouse.com/en/restaurants-bars/cafe-gray-deluxe
Southeast Asian Delights At Maison Es
Treat yourself to a taste of Southeast Asia with Maison Es’ new menu. Packed full of bold and exciting flavours and aromas, the new additions balance fresh regional ingredients, like fragrant lemongrass, galangal, kaffir lime leaves and chilli, with Chef Esther’s French culinary finesse. Highlights include the deliciously complex Matsuba Crab Meat rice paper roll ($258), served with uni, cucumber, avocado cream, and fish sauce “air”, a colourful Hokkaido Scallop ceviche ($238) and the Singaporean-inspired Spanner Crab Meat with linguine and deep-fried soft shell crab ($380).
TIRPSE’s New Afternoon Tea Cakes
Cake meets art as French-Japanese fine dining restaurant TIRPSE debuts two new afternoon tea cakes this month. First up is the all-white Cloud Cake, inspired by famous French chef Pierre Hermé, which brings together damask rose, Tahitian vanilla, fresh lychee and raspberry flavours, set atop a crisp coconut base. Meanwhile, the Forest Cake serves as Chef Rin’s interpretation of the classic Black Forest Cake, and features a handcrafted cherry compote with lightly spiced Valrhona chocolate. Exquisitely crafted by Head Patisserie Chef Rin Horiuchi, the sweet treats are available as part of the restaurant’s Afternoon Tea Set ($228 for one or $438 for two), and comes with Champagne, tea and coffee.
Free Bottle Of Wine From Morty’s
Quintessential New York deli Morty’s is our go-to for freshly-made handcrafted sandwiches and poutine, and the offering just got even better with the addition of a free bottle of wine with every takeaway or delivery order made after 6pm. Head here for all the details.
Morty’s (Central), Jardine House, LG/F, Shop 2-14, 1 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong, 3665 0900
35% Off At Sen Ryo
Craving sushi? Then you’ll be pleased to hear that Sen Ryo is offering 35% off (or 40% for Sen Ryo members) all takeaway orders from now until Wednesday, 12 August. Alongside its popular à-la-carte options, the chain has recently launched a limited all-day bento menu. The Assorted Sushi Bento, which includes nine pieces of sushi, Japanese Fried Egg and salad, is a must-order, along with the Nanban Japanese Chicken Bento. All bentos are priced at $63.70 (or $58.80 for members). To order, head here – self pick up is available from 13 Sen Ryo branches across Hong Kong Island and Kowloon.
Three Buns Pop-Up At Potato Head
Good news for burger-heads – Three Buns is making a welcome return to Hong Kong by way of an exclusive pop-up at Potato Head. Expect burgers packed with soul, complete with bespoke artisan buns and homemade slow cooked sauces – yes please! At the top of our must-try list sits the Baby Huey ($100), featuring a 120g prime beef patty, cheese, ketchup, pickles and spiced mayo squeezed between a toasted Demi brioche bun. The spicy Omni Hustle Gong Pao ($98) with seared omni-meat patty, gong bao katsup, ginger soya milk mayo, crushed cashew and inferno sauce is sure to hit the spot for any veggies. Don’t forget the fries! Treat yourself to the double cooked, paprika Smokey Fries ($45) for additional indulgence.
Wash it all down with a selection of Bali-inspired house-crafted bottled cocktails ($80 each), including the Tropics Old Fashioned with coconut fat-washed bourbon, roast pineapple skin syrup and turmeric bitters, and the Indo-Bloody Mary with Balinese long pepper-infused Absolut vodka. For those staying in, the Three Buns menu is available for delivery on JIA Everywhere.
Three Buns Burgers & Cocktails, www.threebuns.com
Pondi’s New SuperSpice Takeaway
Tuck into an eclectic variety of fermented salads, aromatic rices and dry rubbed curries with Pondi’s new SuperSpice takeaway offering. Bold on flavour, Chef Taran impresses (as usual!) with his expert use of fragrant herbs and traditional spices. The set includes two starters – Buckwheat Samosas and Chilled Grape Tomato Broth – followed by a Green Papaya Coleslaw, Green Goddess Salad and Spicy Shrimp Pickle. For mains, diners can take their pick from a selection of six curries (our faves include the Barramundi Fish Cake and the vegan Baked Eggplant & Flowering Cauliflower). A Coconut Custard and Dark Chocolate Ganache dessert completes the feast. Priced at $650 for two people, the set comes in a luxury picnic basket with a tablecloth, candles, plates and cutlery (all reusable, don’t forget to return them to get $150 back!). As the finishing touch, make sure to reach out to Cami to help you curate the perfect wine pairing. Simply call, WhatsApp or email to place your order.
Up To 50% Off At Café Siam, McSorley’s Ale House And Coyote Bar & Grill
Eclipse Hospitality Group is offering 20% off all à-la-carte items and a further 50% off all wine and beer bottles when you order a self pickup takeaway from any of its portfolio of restaurants. Simply call ahead or go directly to your restaurant of choice. That’s our Friday night sorted then!
Special Arrangement Details: Havana and Café Siam LKF are currently closed. All other restaurants remain open for lunch service. Enquire directly with your chosen restaurant for further details.
Eclipse Hospitality Group, www.eclipse.com.hk
YAKINIKUMAFIA’s Grill At Home Takeaway
Hot on the heels of its new takeaway bento (see below), YAKINIKUMAFIA has now made its signature Ozaki beef grill set available for us to enjoy from the comfort of home. It comes complete with the option of an Iwatani Gas Grill, in addition to a menu of Ozaki cuts, Fresh Goma Salad, Truffle Salt Edamame, Koshihikari Rice, sauces and pickles. The set for two is priced at $2,380 (or $1,780 for food only), whilst the set for four comes in at $3,480 (or $2,880, food only). Get in touch with the restaurant directly to preorder!
Special Arrangement Details: The restaurant remains open for an extended lunch service from 12pm to 6pm, Monday to Saturday.
Mott 32 At Home: Enjoy 15% Off Self Pick Up Or A Complimentary Bottle Of Wine With Deliveroo Delivery
Mott 32 might be closed for now, but you can still enjoy its award-winning Chinese delights courtesy of Deliveroo. The menu includes Banquet Sets (from $780) and Lunch Bentos (from $125), along with a selection of à-la-carte items (including our favourite Barbecue Pluma Iberico Pork). What’s more, from now until Monday, 31 August, you’ll get a complimentary bottle of Rioja (worth $740) on all orders over $1,000. Head here to order.
Sassy Tip: For those looking to pick up their takeaway, order directly from Mott 32 here and an enjoy 15% off your order with the code UNITY15. Applicable until the end of August.
Shangri-La To Go
Has the third wave put a pause on your staycation plans? No worries, you can still get that luxury hotel experience thanks to this new takeaway and delivery initiative from the city’s Shangri-La Hotels. Highlights include Michelin-starred French fine dining from Petrus, available from $1,088 per person for three courses, alongside the three-course British Sunday Roast ($598 per person) from Lobster Bar and Grill. For those missing the indulgence of an all-you-can-eat buffet, Kerry Hotel’s Big Bay Cafe has a Takeaway Buffet Box on offer, packed with your choice of two starters, two Western delicacies, two Asian main courses and a signature dessert; priced at just $320 for two, it’s an unbeatable offer not to be missed. Head here for all the details and to order now.
Shangri-La To Go, www.shangri-la.com/dlp/takeaway
$59 Healthy Lunch Sets From Green Common
Whether you’re at home or in the office, Green Common’s Healthy Grab & Go set meals are just the thing to keep you powering on through yet another work day. Wholesome, tasty and nourishing, the takeaway sets are also great value for money, priced at just $59 for a meal and a bottle of Simplee Aloe. Options include a comforting Japanese Curry Rice, a Stir-Fried Satay Plant-Based Beef Vermicelli and the Spaghetti and Italian OmniPork Meatball, to name but a few. Available on weekdays until 3pm at select Green Common locations (head here for full details), simply call to order in advance and your meal will be ready to self pickup in no time.
Lan Kwai Fong Delivery Direct
While a night on the town is off the cards for now, we can still indulge in some of our favourite LKF eats thanks to this new delivery service from Lan Kwai Fong Entertainment. Whether you’re craving pizza from Aria, a wagyu steak from Porterhouse or Unagi Rice from Kyoto Joe, Lan Kwai Fong Delivery Direct has you covered. To sweeten the deal, the restaurants are even throwing in complimentary extras, including a special entrée when you spend over $800 and a bottle of wine or sake (worth $500) upon a spending of $2,000. A minimum order of $800 applies for all deliveries and takeaways. Orders can be made here.
Lan Kwai Fong Delivery Direct, delivery.lkfe.com
30% Off Amelia’s Take Me Home! Menu
Homemade Bread with Bone Marrow, Fresh Lobster and Pickled Chilli Pasta, and Saffron Bomba Rice with Chorizo and Grilled Scarlette Prawns are just some of the indulgent highlights on Amelia’s Take Me Home! menu – and they’re available at a 30% discount! All dishes come with a complimentary soup and your choice of a drink or salad. For those who haven’t had the chance to dine in at this Harbour City restaurant yet, we can’t think of a better opportunity to sample the talent of award-winning chef Paulo Airaudo. Orders can be made in advance by giving them a call. View the full menu here.
Enjoy Chef Marco Sacco’s authentic Piedmont cuisine to go thanks to Casa Castellana – a new dedicated takeaway and delivery menu from celebrated Italian restaurant Castellana. The à-la-carte offering presents signature dishes like the beloved Carbonara ‘Au Koque’ ($188) made with homemade tagliolini, ‘Au Koque’ (egg yolk infused in gin) carbonara sauce and crispy cured ham, as well as the crowd-pleasing Tagliatelle ai Ricci di Mare ($198), or sea urchin pasta. Can’t decide what to order? Opt for one of the curated set menus instead, priced at just $280 per person for three courses or $380 per person for four. Featured dishes include the Castellana Beef Sandwich and a fruity peach and chocolate dessert. Head here to order now.
Special Arrangement Details: Castellana remains open for lunch from Monday to Saturday, 11:45am to 3pm.
Meal Plans From BEDU, Uma Nota & Mamma Always Said
Eat your way across the globe with Meraki Hospitality Group’s weekly meal plans. Enjoy five days of lunches ($575) or dinners ($1,000) from Sassy faves BEDU, Uma Nota and Mamma Always Said, all delivered straight to your door. Highlights include BEDU’s signature Flatbread and Smoky Hummus and flavour-packed Charred Broccoli, a juicy Uma Nota Cheeseburger and the tongue tingling X.O Chicken Wings from Mamma. All lunches come with a fresh health juice shot whilst dinners include a homemade-style dessert. Meraki Meal Plans are available Monday to Friday for locations on Hong Kong Island only. Order for the week ahead before 3pm Sunday by emailing the team at the address below.
Shake Shack’s New BBQ Menu
BBQ lovers rejoice! Shake Shack’s latest limited edition series spotlights the burger joint’s new Shack BBQ sauce. Get your fix in the BBQ ShackMeister Burger ($60), a 100% all-natural Angus beef cheeseburger topped with ale-marinated shallots and Shack BBQ sauce, or the BBQ Chick’n Shack ($56) with crispy chicken breast, Shack BBQ sauce and pickles. BBQ Bacon Cheese Fries ($40) round out the menu, and come topped with all-natural Applewood smoked bacon, Shack BBQ Sauce and cheese sauce. Shake Shack is available for delivery on FoodPanda; alternatively, head here to order your pick up from any Shake Shack outlet in advance.
Still yet to get a reservation for Hisato Hamada’s newest opening? Well you’re in luck because YAKINIKUMAFIA is now doing takeout and delivery. Take your pick from two delicious bento boxes: the Grilled Yakiniku ($480) or Keema Curry ($280). Make sure to add the restaurant’s signature hand-crafted Wagyumafia Yuzu IPA ($90) and Sansho Lager ($120) to your order, and you’ll be set.
Special Arrangement Details: Orders can be made daily before 8pm for pick up and delivery; simply call or email. Delivery is an additional $120 for Hong Kong Island and $180 for Kowloon. If you’re still keen to dine-in, the restaurant will be serving an extended lunch service from 12pm to 6pm, Monday to Saturday.
The Duddell’s 80’s Dim Sum Night has been transformed into a special Tea Set menu priced at just $168 per person! Indulge in classic dim sum favourites, including pork and shrimp dumplings, turnip pudding, curry fish balls, egg tarts and more! The set is also available for takeaway and delivery, costing $588 for four people, $882 for six and $1,176 for eight.
Special Arrangement Details: The Tea Set will be offered between 2pm and 6pm from Monday to Saturday for dine-in, and 12pm to 8:30pm daily for delivery (via JIA Everywhere) and takeaway.
Brickhouse may be gone but rest assured, it has not been forgotten; taco fans need only to head over to Limewood in Repulse Bay to get their fix. The beachside favourite is offering a small Brickhouse menu every day, including the classic Piggie Smalls and Protein Pancake 2.0 tacos ($135 for three), Salmon Ceviche ($160) and Home Beet Fries ($95). To drink, the iconic Diabla 2.0 cocktail will also be making a comeback. Plus, don’t forget dessert in the form of the scrumptious Coconut Tres Leche Cake ($65).
La Rambla looks to the flavours of the sea for its new summer menu, created by Executive Chef Ferran Tadeo. The new additions shine a spotlight on authentic Catalonian flavours for a reimagined take on classic tapas. Highlights include the Chinese baozi-inspired Seared Tuna Bao ($180), alongside the show-stopping Scampi & Pluma Iberica Paella (from $450), featuring juicy Josper-grilled Iberico pork loin and Spanish scampi on bomba rice. Though not seafood-related, the indulgent Black Truffle Coca ($190) is a must-try with its 12-month-aged comte cheese mousse, balsamic vinegar and winter black truffles from Australia.
Special Arrangement Details: All à-la-carte items will be available for takeaway and delivery, complete with 30% off all Spanish wines. Call the restaurant directly for further details.
Just in time for Summer, Honbo is treating us to a brand new range of ice-cool chocolate Laserbars ($48). The indulgent bitesize treats are available in two flavours. The first is Double Chocolate – a chocolate-on chocolate affair featuring velvety mousse dipped in dark chocolate and finished with a topping of chocolate pop rocks. Then there’s the Strawberry Cheesecake, comprised of a chocolate-dipped cheesecake bar, with graham cracker bits, a strawberry jam centre and crushed dried strawberry crispies.
Special Arrangement Details: All Honbo outlets will retain usual opening hours until 6pm. The Laserbars are available for dine-in or takeaway.
Embark on a culinary journey across Pastis Group’s roster of restaurants and you could earn yourself a $500 Pastis Group voucher as well as an exclusive L’Occitane Travel Kit (worth $505). To get started, visit any Pastis Group venue, including Sassy favourites FAB, Pastis and Café Claudel, to request your passport. Spend $200 on dine-in or takeaway to receive a stamp. Collect a total of six stamps from six different venues to claim your reward.
Special Arrangement Details: All Pastis locations will be open for lunch and takeaway. Head to the website of each individual restaurant for further details.
Expect a fusion of colour and flavour in Feather & Bone’s new season offerings. We love the sound of the Crab Crumpet ($158) – a breakfast special consisting of a toasted sourdough crumpet topped with crab, two-egg chilli scramble and ‘nduja butter for kick. There are also new lighter plates, including vibrant Roast Peppers ($138) and an uplifting radicchio, sweet orange, pecan and feta Summer Salad ($98). For the pièce de résistance we have Chef Mick’s special Crumbed Lamb Chop ($228), served atop a cooling cucumber and mint yoghurt with a splash of curry oil and juicy lime. And for the vegetarians, Feather & Bone’s new Rigatoni ($148) with peas, feta, caramelised onions and pine nuts, will surely hit the spot. These dishes will be available in all restaurants from Monday, 10 August.
Special Arrangement Details: Feather & Bone is open for breakfast and lunch as normal and is offering all-day takeaway, complete with a fantastic wine offer. Spend $250 and receive a free bottle of wine a pack of house-blend FAB coffee beans or a roll of toilet paper. The brand’s retail stores across Hong Kong will remain open till 10pm daily; all shoppers will receive a 50% off takeaway meal voucher, valid for pick-up orders until 10pm, till the end of August.
Harley’s Burgers by Nate Green
If comfort food is what you need to get through it all then Harley’s Burgers is here to help. The burger brand, helmed by celebrated chef Nate Green (formerly of Rhoda), is offering free delivery on foodpanda and Deliveroo. Our favourites include the Piri Piri Frango ($88), with piri-piri marinated Australian Chicken Breast and Chipotle mayo, alongside the Caballero ($118) with a beef patty, cheddar cheese, jalapenos, pico de gallo, sour cream and guacamole. There’s also a vegan option, the Impossible Vegan ($128), which features vegan cheddar cheese.
Let’s be honest, one of the hardest things about making dinner for yourself at home is deciding exactly what to cook. Luckily, Black Sheep is here to help with its new Supper Cult – a five-day weeknight meal plan. Simply let the team know your preferences, dietary requirements and number of people in your household and let them take care of the rest. Diners can choose between two experiences, Naughty or Nice, priced at $1250 per person for five nights of dinners from various Black Sheep restaurants. Delivery from Kennedy Town to Tai Hang and the Peak is included at no extra cost.
Special Arrangement Details: Head here to sign up for Supper Cult. For those looking to dine-in, most Black Sheep restaurants will be offering new or extended lunch services except La Vache! TST and Ho Lee Fook, which will remain closed for the course of the restrictions period. Head to the individual website of your chosen restaurant to find out more.
Enjoy special set menus at great prices from JIA Group’s highly-acclaimed lineup of restaurants, all delivered straight to your door. We’re particularly excited for Chachawan’s four person Premium Catering Set ($1,352). The deal features a range of signature dishes including a salt-crusted whole sea bass (Pla Phao Glua), Thai crab omelet (Kai Jiaw) and Mango Sticky Rice (Khao Niaw Mamuang), and works out to be just $338 per person. Mak Mak’s Four Person Sharing Set is also worth a mention coming in at $800 (or $200 per person). It includes an appetiser, salad, two mains, a vegetables dish and dessert. And if you’re celebrating, don’t miss MONO’s family sets, starting from $,1690 for four people.
In addition to sets, other restaurants like 22 Ships, Louise and Potato Head will be offering à-la-carte menus for delivery or takeaway. Head to the JIA Everywhere site to discover more offerings from the restaurant group.
Special Arrangement Details: Delivery for JIA Everywhere orders is available upon a minimum spend of $800 (otherwise diners can pick up from the restaurant directly for no additional charge).
JIA Group, www.jiacatering.com
Chef Max Levy delights with a selection of creative new Izakaya dishes. We can’t wait to try the Roasted Dashi Bacon ($110) in particular, which takes over a fortnight to make thanks to a laborious marinating and drying process. The finished product is then grilled and served on a bed of grated daikon and dashi-infused cabbage. For vegetarians, the Eggplant Nanbanzuke ($88) is a standout. While completely plant-based, it’s designed to evoke all the potency of a fish dish, as well as the sought-after texture of ceviche. Then there’s the El Capricho Jose Gordon Croquettes ($180), which interestingly features the world’s best Spanish ox rump. The textural, golden bites boast a velvety honey, miso, foie gras centre and are served with candied ginger, adding a touch of fragrant spice – divine!
Special Arrangement Details: Okra’s full menu is available for takeaway from 12pm to 10pm; simply place your order via WhatsApp (+852 2806 1038) and pay using PayMe. For those looking to dine-in, the restaurant will be offering a special Set Lunch option (from $150) between 12pm and 6pm, Monday to Saturday. Each set includes Miso Soup, Housemade Pickles, a Mains, a choice of Koshihikari rice or Okra’s famed purple sweet potato toast, plus dessert and a drink.
Treat yourself to a Thai feast courtesy of RUAM. The bar and eatery has launched an exclusive Early-Doors Dinner Menu which gets you two courses for just $168 per person. To start, take your pick from the likes of Pork Laab, Vegetarian Spring Rolls, Pork Belly Skewers or homemade Fish Cakes, seasoned with red curry & kaffir. Then moving onto the mains, get stuck into your choice of Tiger Prawn Pad Thai, mouthwatering Slow Roasted Baby Pork Ribs with jasmine rice, or new-to-the-menu Tom Yum Kung Fried Rice. Did we mention that each order comes with a complimentary glass of house wine or an ice-cold Singha beer?
Special Arrangement Details: Both Ruam’s Early-Doors Dinner Menu and regular offering are available for delivery to takeaway – with added perks. For those who spend more than $400 on delivery via Deliveroo, you’ll be gifted a complimentary bottle of The Spectacle Sauvignon Blanc (worth $318). And if you pick up your takeaway in person from the restaurant (simply call to order), you’ll get one can of Singha beer for every $100 you’ve spent.
Boutique catering company Gingers is bringing back its Family Menu, to be delivered straight to your door so you can enjoy in the comfort of home. The offering changes daily, with each menu focused around a particular theme such as Italian and Thai – head here for more details. Costing $200 per person (with a minimum requirement of four people), simply fill out the form here to place your order. Alternatively, browse Gingers’ à la carte menu here.
Rosewood’s HENRY is now open for Sunday lunch. Alongside the regular menu, guests can expect a number of exclusive specials, all packed with the restaurant’s signature southern soul. Available every Sunday from 12pm to 5pm, we can’t wait to tuck into the likes of Shrimp & Grits ($498) with Carolina Gold Rice, red prawns and andouille sausage; HENRY Fried Chicken ($248) featuring buttermilk-marinated fried chicken with homemade biscuits and gravy; and Southern Style Eggs Benedict ($198) with BBQ pork belly, corn bread muffin and Cajun hollandaise. Don’t miss the Sunday drinks specials too, which include a fiery Bloody Mary ($120) and the barrel-aged Peach Boulevardier ($120), complete with Woodford Reserve Whiskey and peach bitters.
We all know Holy Eats delivers some of the best drinks deals in town, but did you know the restaurant boasts some incredible dining offers as well? Start the week with 2-For-1 Munchie Mondays, where you can enjoy buy-one-get-one-free on the whole menu from 4pm onwards. Tuesdays are reserved for Triple Tuesdays, with buy-one-get-one-free steak, $20 oysters and $50 wine (available all night long). Finally, make the most of the weekend with Steak Saturdays, which includes buy-one-get-one-free 8oz grilled tenderloins.
Fancy a Michelin-star dining experience without the price tag? Roganic’s popular three-course lunch set (priced at just $280 per person) continues into June with a new summer menu. Highlights include a smooth chicken liver parfait, served with Exton Park jelly, pickled onion gel and a micro-herb salad from Roganic’s Evogro cabinets; a roasted Scottish salmon dish layered with yuzu jam, broccolini, and snap beans; and a mouthwatering chocolate tart, which comes with a salted beetroot and cassis sorbet. For those looking to indulge, the Michelin-starred urban farm-to-table concept has also updated its short and classic tasting menu (priced at $680 and $980 per person respectively). View the full menu here.
Just in time for summer, Limewood has launched a brand new weekend breakfast menu. From healthy breakfast bowls to hearty bites, there’s something for everyone. We’ve got our eyes on the Bacon & Egg Roti ($120) with house-made chilli relish, alongside the Green Brekkie Bowl ($160) which is packed with baby spinach, silver beets, charred avocado and chrysanthemum leaves, and topped with a poached egg. As for drinks, expect a range of refreshing juices and “Morning Sips”, including Vietnamese Coffee ($50), a Campari-fuelled Garibaldi ($50) and more. The new menu is available on Saturdays and Sundays, from 9am to 11am.
Treat yourself to tea with a view this month at The Ritz-Carlton. The iconic hotel’s Lounge & Bar is serving up a Summer Meadow Afternoon Tea, featuring limited-edition bites and creative cocktails made with St Germain Elderflower Liqueur – the world’s first artisanal French liqueur. Think Foie Gras Sandwiches with a floral St Germain jelly, as well as a fruity Coconut Passion Fruit and St Germain Verrine. Accompanying cocktails include the Summer Meadow, made with a base of St Germain and Ungava gin, garnished with dried pineapple and lychee, as well as the Berries Elixir with St Germain, strawberry puree and champagne. The set is priced at $418 for one, or $698 for two, with the option to add on a cocktail for $95. This menu will be available from Monday, 22 June to Sunday, 13 September, 2020.
The Lounge & Bar at The Ritz-Carlton, Level 102, The Ritz-Carlton, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Hong Kong, 2263 2270, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.ritzcarlton.com
Grab your bestie or partner, Ho Lee Fook has a brand new set menu, and it’s especially designed for two. Priced at $388 per person, the deal starts out with the signature “mostly cabbage, a little bit of pork” Dumplings. From there, guests can choose one vegetable, main, rice/noodle dish and dessert to share. Options include a selection of the restaurant’s greatest hits, such as the Shelter-style Typhoon Corn, Roast Wagyu Short Rib and the nostalgic Breakfast 2.0. Complete your meal with glass of wine or beer, which is included in the set.
Red Lobster’s world famous Endless Shrimp deal has landed in Hong Kong – perfect for any seafood fans out there. For just $198, dive into all-you-can-eat portions of six different shrimp dishes, including the moreish Shrimp Pasta with Lobster Cream Sauce, the deceptively-addictive Popcorn Shrimp and the classic Garlic Shrimp Scampi. The deal includes a serving of rice and vegetables, alongside unlimited helpings of the signature Cheddar Bay Biscuits. Free-flow draught beer is also available for an additional $98.
Zuma is turning 13 this month! To mark the occasion, the contemporary izakaya is putting on an exclusive Birthday Tasting Menu ($980). Inspired by dishes from the original 2002 menu of Zuma London, indulge in the likes of Tuna Tataki with Chili Daikon and Garlic Crisps, Rib Eye Steak with Wafu Sauce and more. Guests joining for dinner between Friday, 12 June and Sunday, 14 June will be served a complimentary glass of bubbles.
Following its successful stint at LANDMARK, Cookie Department has migrated over to The Upper House for the summer. The brand new pop-up, located on the sixth floor of the iconic luxury hotel until Sunday, 30 August, will be serving up all the classics – including Brownie Filled Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter and Funfetti – along with freshly-brewed coffee and lemonade. Keep an eye on the brand’s Instagram for surprise limited edition flavours, including the Earl “Gray” Cookie, designed especially for The Upper House.
In addition to the pop-up, cookie fans can indulge in an exclusive Cookie Department Afternoon Tea at Café Gray Deluxe. Available from Monday, 1 June to Friday, 31 July, the teatime treat will feature an Earl “Gray” Cookie, Sabatino Black Truffle Cheddar Biscuit and Mini Red Velvet Cupcake with Cream Cheese Frosting from the brand, alongside delicate pastries and more from Café Gray Deluxe. Priced at $285 per person, or $480 for two, the set comes with your choice of Jing tea or illy coffee. Booking is now open – don’t forget to use the code TUHCookieDPT to receive a special Cookie Department gift (while stocks last).
In the mood for dim sum? Then head on over to Duddell’s for its all-you-can-eat 80’s Dim Sum Night ($268 per person). Available every Wednesday to Friday from 6pm onwards, guests can get stuck into a medley of handcrafted classics, including Pork Dumplings with Quail Egg, Baked BBQ Pork Bun, Spareribs with X.O sauce and more. In addition to dim sum, there will be traditional street food snacks (think Imitation Shark Fin Soup and Curry Fishballs), alongside nostalgic sweets such as Red Bean and Tangerine sweet soup and Sweet Sesame Roll, to name but a few.
Here to make the process of ordering takeaway that bit easier is the new Yardbird HK app. Download now to order your Yardbird lunch or dinner directly on your phone. The app also allows you to choose a pick-up time, as well as giving you real-time notifications on the status of your order. The best part? Ordering from the app gives you access to exclusive off-menu items, such as the #FlagrantFowl Crispy Chicken Sandwich – available now for a limited time only!
Yardbird, download app here (android version coming soon)
All-day drinking and dining concept DOUBLESHOT has extended its opening hours – and introduced a host of exclusive dinner dishes and new cocktails along with it. Food-wise, diners can expect a range of seasonally-inspired small and large plates, including the Hand Cut Beef Tartare “four ways” ($168),complete with gherkins, cherry peppers, confit Japanese egg yolk, and MFC (Miguel’s Fried Chicken, $168), served alongside purple cabbage coleslaw and some DOUBLESHOT hot sauce. As for the drinks, we’ve got our eyes on the Irish coffee-inspired “revived rabbit” ($138), featuring single origin filter coffee, Irish whiskey coconut liquor and mascarpone cream, as well as the “P.B.O.F” Peanut Butter Old Fashioned ($128).
In celebration of its fifth birthday, Burger Circus is offering an irresistible deal for all burger-lovers – the $55 Cheeseburger Combo. Available between 5pm and 8pm, the combo comes with a classic cheeseburger, thick-cut fries and house-made soda. But be quick, the offer ends on Saturday, 9 May.
In need of a Mexican fix? Look no further than Te Quiero Mucho. Though its Wong Chuk Hang outlet has sadly closed, the Central location remains a taco hotspot – with a new $40 menu to boot. The No *Asterix* Menu is available all day, every day, for dine in and takeaway, and features dishes like Arroz Con Pollo (grilled chicken, rice and mole sauce), Fideo Seco (Mexican pasta with avocado and crema y queso) and more (see full menu here).
What’s more, with every order from the a la carte menu at Te Quiero Mucho and sister restaurants Veda and Kommune, Ovolo will donate a meal to essential health workers. What better reason to treat yourself this month?
Creamy, frothy and delicious, dalgona coffee has taken social media by storm this year – and now the health-conscious can jump on the bandwagon, too, thanks to Avobar’s colourful superfood versions ($58). For the uninitiated, dalgona is like an upside-down cappuccino made with instant coffee, sugar and milk. Avobar’s take on the trend, however, is packed full of nutritious, immune-boosting ingredients. The offering comes in three delicious and fruity flavours: Pineapple Matcha, Beetroot and the soy milk-based Turmeric Mango. Available for dine in and takeaway.
Avobar, Shop B201-4, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, avobar.hk
Calling all steak lovers. Morton’s delights with a generously-priced steak and seafood set, available from now until Tuesday, 30 June. For just $498, guests can indulge in a three-course menu consisting of a starter of Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail, Lobster Bisque or Caesar Salad, followed by a 6oz Filet Steak, complete with a choice of Jumbo Lump Crab Cake, Lobster Tail or Bacon Wrapped Sea Scallops. Don’t forget your signature Morton’s side – take your pick from Parmesan & Truffle Matchstick Fries or Creamed Sweet Corn. Finish up with a dessert of Creme Brûlée or Morton’s Legendary Hot Chocolate Cake.
In celebration of Earth Day later this month, Beef & Liberty brings us an exclusive Impossible™ special: The Impossible™ Sichuan. The burger consists of the famous plant-based meat patty, alongside a fiery Sichuan marinade, crisp zucchini salad and a vegan ginger mayonnaise, all tucked between two perfectly toasted vegan buns.
Sassy Tip: Order any Beef & Liberty Impossible™ burger during the month of April to get a special Impossible™ sticker or pin. Plus, anyone who orders The Impossible™ Sichuan on Earth Day (Wednesday, 22 April) will receive an exclusive 100% cotton Impossible™ Earth Day tote bag (while stocks last!). Promotion available for dine-in and takeaway only (excludes delivery).
Availability: Dine-in or delivery (from Saturday, 4 April).
For those hankering after a good home-cooked meal, listen up. This month, Ali Oli Bakery is bringing its brand of healthy dishes straight to our door with its new packed family meals. Designed for sharing, there are currently two options for you to choose from. Option 1 (for two to three people, $600) includes a range of hearty dishes such as Indonesian Beef Rendang, Lamb Moussaka, Grilled Pepper & Mushroom with Pesto Pasta Sauce and more, complete with a freshly-baked French Baguette and a Lamington dessert. Meanwhile, Option 2 (for two people, $580) delights with a warming Mushroom, Tofu & Vegetable Casserole, Fish Pot Pies, Slow Braised Beef Cheek in Red Wine, alongside soup and Walnut Bread.
Availability: Free delivery across Hong Kong Island and Kowloon; orders to Shek O, The Peak and New Territories require a minimum spend of $900. To order, simply email before 12pm the day before.
Feast to your heart’s content this Easter with Black Sheep’s selection of limited seasonal menus, all of which are available for home delivery. From spit-roasted chicken served with roasted village vegetables courtesy of Artemis & Apollo‘s Souvlaki Sundays set ($388), to hearty slow-roasted Lamb Ouzie ($288, serves two) at Maison Libanaise and, of course, Butter’s Carrot Cake ($388), there’s no shortage of tasty eats on offer. Head here to see the full selection.
Availability: All menus available for dine-in at respective restaurants or delivery. For delivery, all dishes need to be ordered 48 hours in advance by email, with a required minimum spend of $500.
For the first time ever, Shake Shack is available for delivery, making it easier than ever to get your burger and fries fix. We recommend checking out the limited “Shackura” drinks specials, which includes a refreshing Shackura Lemonade ($26) with Morello cherry purée alongside the Shackura Shake ($48) with frozen custard, cherry blossom, whipped cream and pink chocolate curls.
Still yet to try out new neighbourhood Italian LucAle? The hotspot’s new limited Easter brunch offering could be the perfect excuse to bite the (gourmet) bullet. Available for four days only over the long Easter weekend, the all-Italian Easter Brunch ($380) will feature unlimited plates of Salumi alongside creamy Burrata and fresh Mozzarella, complete with a selection of nourishing vegetable sides. Two hours free flow of house red, white and sparkling Italian wine is included, as well as a classic dessert of Tiramisu or Sorrento Lemon Cream Mousse. For an additional cost, guests can also choose to add on an exclusive main, such as the seasonal Spaghetti Chitarrino with Clams, Bottarga and Zucchini ($128) or Spring Lamb Chop ($178).
Sassy Tip: Great news for those who would prefer to dine at home – LucAle has a new takeaway menu. Give them a call to order now.
Availability: Easter Brunch is available for dine-in only from Friday, 10 April to Monday, 13 April, 12pm onwards; LucAle’s takeaway menu is available for pick up directly from the restaurant – call ahead to place your order.
Whether you’re working from home or stuck in the office for lunch, JIA Group’s “JIA Everywhere” service is here to help. Foodie favourites, including 208 Duecento Otto, Chachawan, Duddell’s, Mak Mak, Meen & Rice, Old Bailey and Potato Head, are now offering a range of meal boxes so you can enjoy award-winning restaurant fare from the comfort of your home or desk. Highlights include the Duddell’s Dim Sum Platter ($128), Chachawan’s Stir-Fried Minced Chicken with Thai Basil ($78) and Potato Head’s Braised Beef Rendang ($88), to name but a few.
Availability: Smaller orders can be placed in advance online or via WhatsApp (5723 5668) and requires pick up from the restaurant directly. Alternatively, delivery requires a pre-order of at least 12 hours and a minimum spend of $800, with free delivery on Hong Kong Island and an additional charge of $200 for Kowloon and New Territories.
JIA Group, www.jiacatering.com
Taqueria Super Macho is bringing Happy Hour home this month with its “La Casa Loca” Virtual Happy Hour deal ($198). Simply choose a time and date that works for you and up to five of your friends, and the team will deliver two classic Margaritas alongside Tortilla Chips, Pico De Galo and Guacamole. We’ll cheers to that!
Breathtaking night-time views meet classic Northern Chinese cuisine in Hutong’s Red Lantern Evenings – a new 13-dish dinner featuring carefully-crafted dim sum, signature mains and desserts. Priced at just $520 per person, the extensive menu includes unlimited helpings of Hutong’s famous Aromatic Peking Duck, carved tableside. Here, unique methods of temperature control and secret Qing Dynasty marinating techniques are used to create the most juicy and tender duck, with unbeatable crispy skin. Other highlights include Fried Black Truffle Chicken with Yunnan Mushrooms and Seared Hokkaido Scallop in Dongbei Spicy Salad. Plus, spice-lovers will enjoy the Red Lantern Crispy Soft-Shell Crab with Sichuan Dried Chilli, served to the table in a traditional Chinese wood basket overflowing with red chillies. For dessert, indulge in the Crispy Glutinous Rice Dumpling with Chocolate. And don’t forget drinks! Simply add on $250 for free-flow Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Champagne, or $350 to upgrade to Ruinart Blanc de Blanc Brut Champagne. Both options come with unlimited sake, wine, spirits and beer.
Ideal for a romantic date night or a fun evening out with friends, we recommend booking in advance to guarantee a window seat looking out onto the stunning Hong Kong skyline! Available on Sundays through to Thursdays, from 6pm to 9pm, enjoy Red Lantern Evenings now until the 30th April.
Culinary innovation meets fresh Australian produce in Hue’s new Taittinger Sunday brunch. This sumptuous offering kicks off with a complementary immune-boosting juice shot, followed by a selection of sharing appetisers for the table (think ocean trout with whipped cod roe, buffalo milk burrata and more). Next, onto the main! Guests can take their pick from a selection of menu highlights, such as the crispy pork belly served with confit celeriac and harissa sauce, ricotta and yam dumplings served with shiitake ginger broth, and the Australian Wagyu Bavette. Finish up your feast in style with dessert; options include a lemon tart, a fig and frangipane cake with honey and vanilla cream, and carrot cake, to name but a few. Hue’s brunch comes in at $380 per person – add on $250 for free-flow Taittinger Brut Reserve champagne, wine and Bloody Marys.
When: Every Sunday, 11am to 2:30pm
After nine years, Yardbird is finally open for lunch! Skip the sad desk sandwich for a special limited menu of Ramen, Schnitzel and Mushroom Rice, alongside daily specials. Sets range between $98 and $128, and come with Chicken Soup, Pickles and Salad. As always, it’s walk-in only – we recommend sneaking off five minutes early to beat the crowd!
When: Monday to Friday, 12pm to 2pm
Hot on the heels of its successful opening earlier this year, The Pizza Project is throwing open its doors for lunch. Priced at just $98 for two courses, or $118 for three (including dessert), the generous menus both come complete with an Antipasti (we highly recommend the Porchetta Tonnata), followed by your choice of pizza. Pro tip: extend the indulgence by upgrading your pie to a calzone – an exclusive lunch-only special!
Can’t escape the office? Not to worry, The Pizza Project is also open for brunch! The menu includes an Antipasti, Pizza Al Metro (pizza served by the metre) and a dessert, all for only $158 per person. Head here for the full menu.
When: Lunch available Monday to Friday, 12pm to 3pm; brunch available on weekends and public holidays, 12pm to 4pm
Kennedy Town favourite Mama Malouf is now adding brunch to its menu! Offerings include classic Lebanese treats such as Shakshuka and a Hummus bowl (with rice, avocado and fried halloumi). Other highlights include the Smashed Pumpkin Sourdough and the Lamb Shoulder with poached eggs and beets.
When: Available Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays, 11am to 3pm
To celebrate its One Michelin-Star win (for the fourth consecutive year in a row no less!), internationally-renowned Yat Tung Heen is treating guests to “THE BIG DIM SUM DEAL”. Enjoy over 30 hand-made dim sum dishes, all priced at just $38! Options include classics such as the Steamed Fresh Shrimp Dumpling and Baked Barbecued Pork Bun, alongside modern innovations like Steamed Rice Rolls with Crispy Spring Roll and Prawn or Deep-fried Custard Buns with Egg Yolk.
When: Monday to Friday, 11am to 3pm, until Tuesday, 31 March
Agave goes meat-free this month with the launch of its Impossible™ series. Featuring the best of classic Mexican flavours, the menu includes four new vegetarian options, including the Impossible™ Meat Chilli ($148), packed full of spices and served with a side of cilantro rice or flour tortillas, and the beloved Agave “Quesadilla” ($148). Rounding out the set are the veggie versions of the popular Nachos Gringos ($266) and Nacho Machos ($266). Generously portioned, we suggest getting these to share!
When: Available now
Though dim sum is traditionally reserved for lunch or brunch, Duddell’s is making an exception with its new All-Day Dim Sum Set Menu. Starting at $238 per person, the menu includes a medley of delicately handcrafted bites, including Duddell’s signature 12-fold Shrimp Dumpling, Truffle Fried Pork Dumpling and Crispy Barbecued Pork Bun, among other guest favourites, and is suitable for solo dining. Alternatively, the All-Day Set Menu, starting at $368 per person and available for a minimum of two guests, features a selection of timeless Cantonese classics, such as Barbecued Pork and Crispy Pork Belly and Crispy Prawn with Salted Egg Yolk. Both menus are best enjoyed with a glass of house wine or cocktail ($120 each).
When: Both menus are available on weekdays from 12pm onwards, and weekends from 3pm onwards
Wellington Street newcomer Miss Lee has sparked joy for vegetarians across the city with its meat-free Chinese concept. For a taste of the best it has to offer, head over for dinner this month and tuck into its newly-launched Chef’s Signature Menu. Priced at $288, the tasting set showcases popular signature specialities and sweets, including two appetiser choices, along with a main course option and a dessert. Perfect for guests seeking a recommended introduction to the delights of Miss Lee.
Psst! In a rush to get home? Pick up a takeaway set instead! Opt for a main with one side dish for just $118, or a main with two sides for $128. Choices include a Black Truffle Mushroom Pearl Barley Risotto, Sweet and Sour King Oyster Mushroom, Cauliflower with Salted Egg Yolk and more!
When: Chef’s Signature Menu available from 6pm; Dinner Bento Takeaway available between 6pm to 9:30pm
In honour of chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s birthday this month, NOBU is introducing a special limited-edition Sushi Set Dinner Menu for $888 per person. The five-course set includes a Seasonal Vegetable Handroll, Kohlrabi Salad with Salmon Sashimi, Tempura Selection and Miso Soup, in addition to a fresh Sushi and Sashimi Selection. Add on $200 for free-flow sake. Kanpai!
When: Available until Thursday, 30 April
Feather & Bone is channelling the best of British this month with its new menu of comforting pub classics. Expect Shepherd’s Pie, Scotch Eggs, Sausage Rolls and more. We had the chance to try these iconic dishes and can vouch for their authenticity. The Sausage Rolls in particular were standouts – Greggs, eat your heart out!
When: Available now
Stuck at work and craving comfort eats? Uncle Desi has you covered with its new Lunch Boxes. Take your pick of a starter, curry and side for $118. Trust us, you’ll be the envy of the office.
Available on Black Sheep GO, Monday to Friday from 12pm to 3pm
To celebrate its arrival on Black Sheep GO, Baja-inspired Taqueria Super Macho is offering a delivery-only exclusive: burritos! Choose from the Habanero-Roasted Chicken ($118) or Grilled Steak & Cheese ($138), alongside the regular menu of Baja & Jalisco tacos and homemade Tortilla Chips with Guacamole.
Available on Black Sheep GO
Spice up your takeout routine this March with tongue-numbing Ma La Tang dishes courtesy of Chilli Fagara. For this month only, the hot and fiery mainstay is offering free delivery, alongside 20% off (until Sunday, 15 March), on orders placed via Deliveroo. We have our eyes on the Corporate Lunch Combo, which includes soup, steamed rice and jasmine tea, along with selected mains such as the Lamb with Dry Chillies and Cumin ($168) and Ma Po Tofu ($108), designed to be enjoyed al-desko.
Corporate Lunch Combo available on Deliveroo, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays) from 11:30am to 2pm
Inspired by its classic double cheeseburger, Honbo’s new delivery-only burger concept is what dreams are made of. The Double Cheese Burger ($150) will feature two juicy Wisconsin patties, double cheese and a portion of secret Imaginary Sauce and pickles. Drool.
Available on foodpanda from Tuesday, 17 March, 12pm to 12am daily; Wan Chai location only
Best Of The Rest
As staying in becomes the new going out, restaurants across the city are delighting homebodies by hopping onto delivery. Here are some of our new favourites to look out for:
- Ask for Alonzo: Italian comfort food, available on Deliveroo. Must-try dishes include the Crispy Calamari and Spaghetti Carbonara. Plus, enjoy a complimentary glass of homemade lemonade with every main-course takeaway.
- Bedu: Middle Eastern delights, available on Deliveroo. Must-try dishes include the Smoky Hummus with Homemade Flatbread, and Charred Broccoli with Kale.
- JALAN: Hawker-inspired Malaysian eats, available on Deliveroo. Must-try dishes include the Laksa Fried Chicken and Beef Rendang Samosa.
- Ho Lee Fook: Modern Chinese, available on Black Sheep GO. Must-try dishes include Mom’s “Mostly Cabbage, a Little Bit of Pork” Dumplings, Typhoon Shelter-style Corn and Roast Wagyu Short Rib.
- Double D: Retro burger and shakes indulgence, available on foodpanda. Must-try dishes include the Double D Burger, Fully Loaded Fries and Black and White Shake.
Until Saturday, 29 February you could be in luck when dining at select JIA Group Restaurants. As the name behind popular bars and restaurants including 208, Ham & Sherry, Chachawan, Old Bailey and more; to celebrate the new Lunar Year and Valentine’s the group is giving diners a chance to save! Those dining in at select JIA Group venues from January 13 to February 29 will receive a lai see packet containing a gift voucher. Guests can open the lai see immediately and redeem instantly, with the vouchers ranging from 10% to a whopping 100% off your bill – which is redeemable at select JIA bars and restaurants across the city.
JIA Group, multiple restaurants across Hong Kong, www.jiagroup.co
Kinship is sure to please diners this month with a brand new weekday lunch offering, along with a revamped brunch. The weekday lunch menu is served from 12pm and is priced at $198 for one course, $248 for two and $288 for three. Dishes on offer include beef tataki and dressed hamachi salad starters; parmesan and cauliflower risotto, seared red snapper and braised Australian beef cheek for mains; as well as delectable desserts of Mr. Whippy ice cream and lemongrass crème brulee.
When it comes to brunch, Kinship is sticking true to its British and American roots, with offerings including Southern biscuits and gravy, and roast sirloin of beef – while adding some new tempting egg dishes to the roster. New weekend specials include BBQ pork Bbenny ($168) and smashed avocado toast ($128). Don’t miss out on the free-flow package ($198), which includes unlimited glasses of Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cava, Asahi Beer and Gin & Tonics.
Kinship, 3/F LL Tower, 2 Shelley Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.kinshiphk.com
Another new brunch worth checking out this month can be found at Silencio. The modern Japanese izakaya’s all-new Jazzakaya Brunch starts at $458 per guest, which includes unlimited seasonal starters from the bar such as daily raw seafood, seasonal sashimi and maki, yakitori and grill, seafood and vegetable tempura, and more. Main course dishes include the likes of Wagyu fried rice with sofrito sauce, caramelised onion soy and housemade kimchi, lobster tempura with poached egg, yuzu hollandaise and mizuna salad on sake blini, and sushi donut with crispy rice, Hokkaido uni and North Korean uni. Guests can choose to go all out with the Gold Champagne Package ($658, includes food and two-hours free-flow Moet Imperial Brut NV), the Black Champagne Package ($958 , including free-flow Moet Grand Vintage 2012), or really splash out with the Boujee Package ($1,888, including free-flow Dom Perignon 2009).
Silencio, 6/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.silencio.hk
Before spring hits and the weather warms up in the city, Black Sheep Restaurants are inviting us to tuck into some winter warmers. Exclusively available on the group’s delivery service, GO, the likes of Taqueria Super Macho, Soul Food Thai, Uncle Desi Food & Sons, Artemis & Apollo and Hotal Colombo have all lined up some comfort food favourites. Amongst others, tuck into the Habanero-Roasted Chicken Burrito ($118) from Taqueria Super Macho, or opt for the indulgent Stuffed Cheese Paratha ($108) from Hotal Colombo, to help you to make the most of the season. What’s more, if you try all five dishes before the end of February, you’ll be able to redeem $250 GO credit. All you have to do is email the team at email@example.com!
Black Sheep Restaurants GO, www.delivery.blacksheeprestaurants.com
Looking for even more comfort food? Exclusively available throughout February, Morty’s (both Central and Wan Chai) will be serving up three new flavours of 100% US beef hotdogs. Already renowned in the city for serving top notch burgers, bagels and reubens, the new additions to the menu are sure to be a hit. Flavours include the chilli jalapeño dog with homemade chilli sauce, pickled jalapeño and cheddar cheese, the Mexican salsa dog with fresh guacamole and homemade corn salsa, and the wasabi mayo dog with homemade wasabi mayo and nori. Hurry, they’re only available from now until Saturday, 29 February!
Morty’s, Wing Fung Building, Wing Fung Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Morty’s, Jardine House, Shop 2-14, LG/F, 1 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong, www.mortys.hk
If you’re looking for a new great-value lunch around Central, head over to PIIN Wine Restaurant. The Michelin-recommended Cantonese wine restaurant is now serving a Bento Lunch on weekdays from 12pm to 2:30pm. The lunch starts at $178 and includes a chef’s appetiser combination, seasonal double boiled soup, as well as a main dish of choice. Mains include sweet and sour pork with red ginger and steamed rice ($178), Wagyu beef braised with flat rice noodles ($218), and the veggie-friendly mapo tofu with wild mushrooms ($158).
PIIN Wine Restaurant, 2/F, The Steps, H Code, 45 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.piin-hk.com
If you’re a fan of Japanese wagyu beef then don’t miss Fumi’s limited edition six-course Miyazaki Beef Menu. Featuring the highly-prized Miyazaki Beef as the star of the show, indulge in teppanyaki and sukiyaki, alongside a sashimi platter, soup and more. The special menu is priced at $880 (plus 10% service) per person and is available until Wednesday, 11 March.
Fumi, 6/F, California Tower, 30 – 36 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong, fumihk.com
Trying to eat a little less meat this year? Along with serving a range of Impossible burgers, Beef & Liberty is offering an extra plant-based special this January. The Quinoa ($109) features a house-made vegetable patty with quinoa, vegan cheddar cheese, onion and jalapeño. Topped with vegan mayonnaise, home-made mustard pickles, peppers and butter lettuce (all inside B&L’s vegan buns!), it’s 100% vegan goodness. Make yours a set for $146, which includes a side and a drink until 3pm at its Lan Kwai Fong, Stanley and Wong Chuk Hang locations.
Also helping us to eat a little greener this New Year, Alvy’s has launched a brand new vegan pizza and pasta! Promising to be just as tasty as the restaurant’s other mouth-watering dishes, both are made using plant-based Impossible meat and Daiya cheese. Available now the Alvygan pizza and Resolution Ravioli are sure to be hard to pass up.
Alvy’s, 8 Holland Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/AlvysHK
Curated by Executive Chef Rhys Cattermoul, don’t miss NOBU’s new culinary experience, featuring unique à la carte dishes which pay tribute to the unique culture and cuisine of Peru. The NOBU Nikkei Peruvian Experience will span the whole of 2020, with each season highlighting a different natural region of Peru. Beginning this month and running until March, the first set of dishes highlights the Puna Region. Dishes in the Andes Mountain Experience include roasted cauliflower taco with spicy yuzu foam, aji limo and avocado ($120), seafood ceviche roll rocoto with crispy peruvian purple potato ($165), and smoked wagyu steak with barley, mountain quinoa and chimichurri ($500).
NOBU, 2/F, InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, www.hongkong-ic.intercontinental.com
La Vache! is helping us to beat the January blues with the addition of steak sandwiches on its menu. Available exclusively on Black Sheep Restaurants’ delivery app GO, for $118 you’ll get a six-inch French baguette filled with La Vache!’s expertly-seared 5oz USDA Prime steak and béarnaise sauce, as well as a side of frites. The special steak baguette will only be available from 1 January to 31 January (daily, from 12:30pm to 2:30pm), so be sure to get yours before they’re gone!
La Vache!, available via www.delivery.blacksheeprestaurants.com
It’s a New Year and a host of new menus at Pirata’s MEATS this month. New a la carte dishes at the meat-centric eatery include U.F.C. (Ultimate Fried Chicken, $90), Wagyu Carpaccio ($120), BBQ Beef Ribs ($230), and Truffle Mac & Cheese ($90), though the restaurant’s brunch is also getting a revamp. Available on weekends and public holidays from 12pm to 5:30pm, the MEATS brunch is priced at $248 per person and features one starter, main, side and desserts. Dishes on offer include Duck Salad, Chicken Avocado Toast and even a Vegetarian Burger.
MEATS, G/F, 28 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.piratameats.hk
Here to help us indulge this New Year is ThinkWine’s new Sunday brunch! The three-course ThinkBrunch menu is priced from $290, with the option to add a two-hour free-flow wine package (valid until 5pm) for an extra $290, and $130 for an extra hour. Dishes on offer include a French cheese platter or fresh oysters to start, followed by a Mediterranean quiche or the unique lobster and black truffle adorned “Dragon Dog”. To end the brunch, diners can choose between either a chocolate or lemon tart.
ThinkWine, 2/F, LL Tower, 2 Shelley Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.thinkwinehk.com
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