That being said, we’re well aware that choosing the perfect caterer is no easy feat. It’s a good job then that you have us on hand to list the very best wedding catering companies in Hong Kong. Keep reading for more!
Here to make all your wedding catering dreams come true, Invisible Kitchen promises a tailor-made foodie experience that’ll have guests talking long after your big day is over. Combining innovation with sustainability (Invisible Kitchen is the city’s greenest catering business after all!), Chef Tom (certified 2019 “Food Hero”) will work with you to design a bespoke menu for your wedding, including food stations, sit down dinners, alfresco barbecue soirees or cocktail receptions.
With a passion for quality and saving the planet, you can rest assured that your feast will feature only the finest organic ingredients sourced from ethical suppliers. Think pasture-raised Beef Wellington, or sustainable Seafood Sharing Platters and more. Invisible Kitchen also have some fantastic food bar options, such as a popcorn cart, burrito stand and, our personal favourite, a dessert “Great Wall” loaded with tasty treats galore!
Sassy Perk: Invisible Kitchen is offering Sassy readers a 10% discount on total food costs for wedding bookings made before the end of 2019. Discount applies to all wedding event bookings held in 2019 and 2020 where a 50% deposit has been paid in full before Tuesday, 31 December 2019.
Invisible Kitchen, 2408 Honour Industrial Building, 6 Sun Yip Street, Siu Sai Wan, Hong Kong Island, 2711 5788, [email protected], invisiblekitchen.com
Putting the “art in food”, Culinart offers a modern interpretation on Western and Asian cuisines that is designed to impress. Led by Chef Stanley Wong, whose previous professional experience includes luxury hotels and Michelin star restaurants, this full-service catering company is a go-to for the city’s foodie crowd. On the day of your event, guests can look forward to an imaginative, seasonal menu showcasing contemporary dishes inspired by Chef Stanley’s multi-national heritage. Together with Culinart’s dedication to friendly, attentive service, we’d say there’s no better recipe for catering success!
Culinart, 22B Kwai Bo Industrial Building, 40 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, 2580 0919, [email protected], culinart.com.hk, www.facebook.com/CulinArtPremierCatering, www.instagram.com/culinarthk
If you’re on the hunt for a wedding spread that’s more than just trays of canapés (although they’re an option too!), Delicious offers a unique menu selection for all wedding occasions. Whether you opt for an Afternoon High Tea (hello, Chocolate Devil Cake), or cute Bento Boxes which combine an array of Asian-inspired bites, there’s something to please everyone. Personally, we love the idea of a big, barbecue feast, complete with an expert chef to prepare all the trimmings as you enjoy your big day!
Delicious, 13 Po Tuck Street, Sai Wan, Hong Kong, 6441 7895, [email protected], www.delicious-hk.com
Whether you’re opting for a grand, swanky affair or an intimate occasion with close family and friends, weddings are somewhat of a speciality over at boutique catering company Gingers. From barbecue buffets to canapés and cocktails, Gingers’ chefs are highly experienced in the culinary arts. Just make sure to get in there quick. As a small company, it can get booked up pretty quickly, so it’s best to get in touch as soon as possible!
Gingers, 2 Oaklands Path, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong, 2964 9160, [email protected], www.gingers.com.hk
With a passion for coffee, food and comfort, HABITŪ‘s brand of rustic, home-style cosy is a breath of fresh air in the slick, polished realm of Hong Kong weddings. Food-wise, the catering menu is an extended version of its restaurant offering. Think fresh salads, hearty pasta and risotto, and moreish meat dishes, alongside delicate breakfast pastries and sweet desserts. For each delivery, HABITŪ provides a complimentary table set-up service, as well as a free signature floral arrangement upon spending more than $5,000. Feeling bougie? Opt in to HABITŪ’s catering butlers, who’ll provide personalised white-glove table service tailored to your preferences.
Sassy Tip: Are you a fan of coffee? Look into hiring HABITŪ’s Coffee Bike Service for an after-dinner refresher.
HABITŪ, 3550 0023, [email protected], www.habitu.com.hk
It’s no secret that Mandarin Oriental has a fantastic reputation for good food (Clipper Lounge anyone?). But did you know that it also offers an exceptional catering service? Under the expert leadership of Executive Chef Robin Zavou, its culinary team goes above and beyond to make sure your dining experience is one to remember (previous catering commissions include fashion-inspired spreads and a tea service suspended from the ceilings!). Don’t be afraid to ask for what your heart desires – MO’s accommodating staff are more than happy to work with you on your ideas!
Sassy Tip: Mandarin Oriental also offers cakes that are as beautiful as they are delicious!
Mandarin Oriental, 5 Connaught Road Central, Hong Kong, 2825 4801 (Sales & Marketing), 2825 4822 (Catering & Conferences), [email protected], [email protected] , www.mandarinoriental.com
We love a good multi-tasker, so imagine our delight when we learned that one of our favourite alternative wedding venues does double duty as a catering company. Pomegranate Kitchen started out specialising in food and it shows. The team are experts at delivering a varied repertoire of dishes made from quality ingredients. With options including cocktail reception canapés and heartier, family-style menus featuring dips, soups, salads, fish and meat options, it’s not hard to see why it’s become one of the leaders in Hong Kong’s wedding catering market.
Pomegranate Kitchen, 4B Sing Tech Factory Building, 44 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, 2580 0663, 2580 0983, [email protected], www.pomegranate.com.hk
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“Whatever is imaginable is achievable,” proclaims Relish Kitchen, and the team truly means it! From whimsical garden-themed food stations to canapé bites that could double as works of art, a Relish feast is one for the eyes as well as the stomach. Beyond food, Relish can also help with the décor, production and event planning, bringing together quality and efficiency for the busy bride-to-be.
Relish Kitchen, 128 Second Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, 3481 1924, [email protected], www.relish.com.hk
Shamrock Catering Group has proudly been serving events in Hong Kong since 1994, which is no easy feat when the life cycle of many restaurants here is significantly shorter. The very fact that Shamrock has remained popular all this time should tell you everything you need to know about this beloved catering option. Quality culinary delights are the order of the day here, in addition to equipment rental and contacts with venues.
Shamrock Catering Group, 19/F, Leader Building, 37 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, 2547 8155, [email protected], shamrock.com.hk
Supreme Catering may be a subsidiary of the Tsui Wah Group, but the brand’s offering is worlds away from its cheap and cheerful sister. Take your pick from menus encompassing Western canapés and Cantonese classics. Rest assured – all packages come complete with waiters to make sure everything goes smoothly.
Supreme Catering, Unit A, 3/F, Yau Tong Industrial Building Block 1, 2 Shung Shun Street, Yau Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2357 9222, [email protected], www.supremecatering.com.hk
Alternative wedding venues are great, but how do you host a dinner reception if your location lacks chairs, tables and basic cutlery? Look no further than zebratasty, which offers equipment rental and event set-up (indoors and outdoors!). As for the food, tuck into everything from homemade cookies to a full seafood buffet (grilled lobster anyone?). Clients have full freedom to customise zebratasty’s selection of menus to fit any occasion, theme or budget.
zebratasty, Unit 25R, Kingley Industrial Building Block 2, 33 Yip Kan Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, 3565 4120, [email protected], www.zebratasty.com
Editor’s Note: This article was originally written by Crystal Lau on 12, July 2017, and was updated by Jessica Ng on 27, September 2019.