Your guide to foodie deals and discounts throughout the week…
We’re no strangers to splashing out at the weekend, so when it comes to going out during the rest of the week, we like to save pennies where we can. Enter our ultimate guide to the best weeknight dinner deals in Hong Kong – perfect for when you need a midweek pick-me-up but don’t want to stretch the purse strings too far. Weeknights have never looked better…
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Monday Dinner Deals
Destination Bonetown At Honky Tonks Tavern
Juicy, succulent marinated wings have our attention any day of the week. Wash those down with some cold beers and all your Monday blues will be long gone. Head to Honky Tonks Tavern to enjoy unlimited chicken wings and happy hour. We’re big fans of the Buffalo wings, but we’ve heard flavours vary every week. You can bet we’ll be back to try them all!
When: From 5pm until they run out
How much: $140 per person for 90 minutes all-you-can-eat (or until they run out)
Margherita Mondays At Finis
Unlimited slices of Margherita pizza washed down with free-flow margarita cocktails – we challenge you to name a better pairing. Available at both the Soho and Wan Chai branches of Finis.
When: 7pm to 10pm (excludes public holidays)
How much: $169 per person
Finis (Soho), 49 Elgin Street, Soho, Central, Hong Kong, 2387 6338
Winederful Mondays At Feather & Bone
Make Mondays a breeze courtesy of wine’o clock. At Feather & Bone, you can buy a bottle (or three) from the shop and enjoy it in the restaurant at that exact price, with zero mark ups. Now that’s a deal worth shouting about.
When: All Day
How much: A bottle of wine starts from $120
Mussels Madness Monday At Frites
They’re tasty, they keep your hands busy and they’ll fill you up thanks to the unlimited refills. Mussels Madness Monday at Frites is a deal we love, especially the Hoegaarden and Laksa options!
When: From 5pm
How much: $225 per person for unlimited helpings of Mussels
2 For 1 Munchie Mondays At Holy Eats
Get double the bang for your buck on Mondays at Holy Eats. Simply order a dish and get another of the same value or less completely free!
When: Until 10pm
How much: Dishes start from $58
Tuesday Dinner Deals
Taco Tuesday At 11 Westside
No list of Tuesday dinner deals would be complete without Taco Tuesday! And 11 Westside is our go-to. Indulge in made-to-order tacos, all of which are half price (excluding the Lover’s Beach Taco). That leaves more dollars for Margs!
When: 6pm to 10pm
How much: Tacos start from $24
11 Westside, 1/F, The Hudson. 11 Davis Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, www.11westside.com
A laid-back Italian “Alonzo Hour” At Ask for Alonzo
Tuesdays are for trying something new. We suggest heading to quieter neighbourhoods like Quarry Bay, Tai Hang, Happy Valley or Soho for an early-week laid-back Italian happy hour at Ask for Alonzo. Expect discounted drinks ranging from house wines, beers and mixed spirits, along with a selection of Aperitivo style snacks.
When: 3pm to 8pm
How much: Drinks start from $38 to $58
PLATED By Black Sheep Restaurants
Foodie fans will love this special dinner series, which showcases exclusive, ingredient-led dishes from your favourite Black Sheep restaurants. Available on Mondays and Tuesdays, the Autumn series spotlights Associazione Chianti, Fukuro and Maison Libanaise.
When: Mondays and Tuesdays (dinner)
How much: $288 per person at Maison Libanaise, $388 per person at Fukuro and $688 per person at Associazione Chianti
Black Sheep Restaurants, blacksheeprestaurants.com
Wednesday Dinner Deals
Complimentary Free-Flow At TMK
Exclusive to the Wan Chai branch of Pirata Group’s rebellious hand roll and sake bar concept, enjoy complimentary free-flow of sake and draught beer with any order of the Tasting Menu between 5pm and 6:30pm. Though available every day of the week, we feel this deal is particularly suited for Wednesdays – a deserving reward for getting through hump day! Pair it with a playlist that’ll have you rockin’ on your seat and you’re ready to conquer the rest of the week.
When: Daily, 5pm to 6:30pm (advance booking required)
How much: $348 per person for Tasting Menu
$5 Wings Wednesday At Wingman
It’s a wallet-friendly wings fest at Wingman on Wednesdays. Simply buy any drink to enjoy 12 wings for the bargain price of just $5 each!
When: 2:30pm to 10:30pm
How much: Buy one drink to enjoy 12 wings at $5 each
Steak Night At Oolaa
Steak lover? Go all out for hump-day at Oolaa’s Soho branch! Choose from a range of cuts, along with fries, sides and a glass of wine for just $250.
When: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 6pm
How much: $250 per person
Read more: The Best Steakhouses In Hong Kong
Thursday Dinner Deals
“Pinch Me” At Cassio
Yes, most of us have let our hair down at Cassio late at night, but friends, it isn’t just a nightclub – it’s a tapas restaurant too! We recommend checking out its Wednesday to Thursday all you-can-eat pinchos deal for a taste of what Cassio has to offer. Choose from a menu of 15 light bites featuring traditional Basque and Catalan treats. We especially love the Prawn Croqueta, Spanish Omelette and Iberico Ham – we guarantee you’ll be asking for seconds, thirds and maybe even fourths. Ay dios mio, that’s a hump day treat alright!
When: Wednesday and Thursday, 5pm to 10pm
How much: $298 per person
Oysters At ThinkWine
A decadent oyster platter at the fraction of the price? Sign us up. Best washed down with a glass of something bubbly for ultimate bougie vibes.
When: Wednesday and Thursday, from 3pm
How much: $148 for six oysters
“Drink all Night” At Pier 1929
Taking over an old ferry pier, this unique all-purpose event space in Wan Chai boasts gorgeous 270 degree views of the TST skyline. When it isn’t being used for events, it’s got some special offers in place. Our personal favourite? The free-flow “Drink all Night” deal, which includes four small plates complete with free-flow of beer and house wine.
When: Thursday to Saturday, 6pm to 12am
How much: $598 for two people
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in November, 2017 by Annie Simpson and was most recently updated in November, 2021 by Kim Plaggenburg.