Junk catering in Hong Kong is an essential fuel for boat parties! Complete your boozy boat trip with party catering from Cali Mex, Shamrock Catering and more!
Although certain junk boat packages come with on-board catering, they may not always fit your taste or dietary needs. We love going the extra mile in planning a boat party, be it going for a full-on Mexican for lunch or hearty and healthy alternatives to keep it light (can’t be bloated for water sports!). These junk boat catering companies in Hong Kong are just what you need for a hassle-free boat party at sea.
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Bingaz Street Food – Eastern and Western catering
Being a fiend for junk parties, Bingaz has optimised its menu for a splashing time at sea. Carefully curated by executive chefs at TMEATS, its diverse food offerings span the best of Eastern and Western cuisine, comprising easy grab-and-go finger foods, premium canapés, hearty roasts and more. Drinks-wise, keep it simple with the basic drinks package or customise a package to fulfil your group’s needs (go on, throw in that boozy watermelon!).
Black Sheep Junk Catering – All your classic junk catering favourites
Whether you’re going for a boozy cruise or a leisurely sunset sail (we know every junk has its people!), adding bites from Black Sheep will take your junk catering to the next level and you know it! From Greek goodness from Artemis & Apollo to Hanoi-style street foods from Chôm Chôm and bold flavours of Beirut from Maison Libanaise, there’s plenty to choose from. Prices vary depending on the restaurant.
Place your orders directly at Black Sheep Go.
Cali-Mex – Holy guacamole!
If you’re after Mexican fare, then Cali-Mex is sure to satisfy your cravings with its fresh California-inspired junk packages. Enjoy a mix of 10 freshly rolled burritos or opt for The Laguna Beach package ($168 per person) which, in addition to 10 burritos, features a large platter of tortilla chips, guac, salsa and three quesadillas. And if that’s not enough, the Malibu package ($208 per person) fit to feed 15 is sure to hit the spot. Junk boat catering packages can be customised to accommodate vegetarians and other requests.
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Classified – A classy catering choice!
Coming in two menus, the Voyage ($198 per person) and the Cruiser ($248 per person), we think it’s worth the buck to opt for Classified’s junk catering. Though it may be a tough decision picking between their peri-peri chicken and Classified lasagna (or grilled ribeye over salmon), the colourful spread means more junk ‘Grams! Place your orders three days in advance and self-pick up from any Classified outlet. If you’re ordering for 20 people or above, you’ll be spoiled with a complimentary fruit platter or chocolate brownies!
Check the junk catering menu here.
Dragon Water – A junk boat must-have
Made here in Hong Kong, Dragon Water Spiked Seltzer is your junk boat season essential. Dragon Water is gluten-free, boasts less carbs and sugar, and is spiked with a splash of “Dragon Fire” (4.5% ABV). You can pick up a case of 24 canned seltzers ($480) in refreshing flavours like Lemongrass Lime, Black Raspberry, Cucumber Watermelon and Yuko Ginger.
Knead – Healthy salads, wraps and sweet treats
Knead is one of our favourites during junk season specifically for its customisable junk catering packages. There are countless options for fresh sandwiches, salads, wraps, canapes, sweet treats, drinks and boozy beverages available, so you’re sure to be left satisfied. And don’t forget to request some of Knead’s famous brownies for a teatime treat!
Monsieur CHATTÉ – French cuisine with cold cuts and more
Add a bit of French flair to your day at sea and try out one of Monsieur CHATTÉ’s junk catering packages. We’re huge fans of this little French restaurant and the homemade salads, breads, French cheeses and cold cuts on offer, all of which you can find in its junk packages! Choose from $150, $200 or $350 per head (minimum 10 to 20 people), and you’ll even get your food delivered to the pier along with cutlery, plates and napkins.
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Pomegranate Kitchen – Mediterranean junk catering
This luxe catering company and private kitchen is renowned for its tasty Mediterranean fare. Full lunch menus of za’atar roast chicken, organic salmon and a whole host of sides are also available and will go down well on any junk. The Feasting on the High Sea junk catering menu starts at $100 per head and includes a selection of dips, Freshly Baked Turkish Bread and Pomegranate Brownies. If you’re feeling extra peckish, you can add a Cheese Platter for an additional $1,200.
NOSH – Guilt-free meal sets
NOSH’s Junk Platter menu features a nutritious menu that will satisfy your whole crew. At $250 per head, you can enjoy a guilt-free feast with your friends, with crowd-pleasing finger foods such as Cornitos Nachos, Chicken Wings, New York Cheesecake Bites and more. Appealing to a range of diets, there are also a number of gluten-free, dairy-free and vegetarian options to choose from.
R&R Bagels – Customisable bagels and bagel sandwiches
Here you can customise your bagels and pick from different sandwiches like Bacon Jam BLT, Smoked Salmon, The Vegan and more (with a bagel flavour of your choice). Place your junk catering orders at least 24 hours in advance, R&R Bagels delivers to most districts in Hong Kong.
Shamrock Catering — Reliable junk catering
From set menus to à-la-carte options and even a custom menu to your liking, Shamrock Catering’s junk catering menu has endless possibilities! From the packages available, you can pick either set menu A, B, C, or D, each one catering to either 20 or 25 people. Ordering online is seamless and you can add the dishes of your choice and the quantity. You’re in for a full course meal at sea, with appetisers, salads, wraps and mains like Minced Beef Bolognaise Lasagna, Fried Rice with Shrimp and 0
Sweet and Sour Chicken.
Treehouse – Healthier, light bites
The last thing we want to do is pass out from a food coma on a junk! To keep it light and healthy whilst remaining tasty, go for Treehouse’s catering menu. For $200 per person, the menu consists of canapé-style flatbreads, mini grain bowls, sourdough flatbread chips and mini cookies. Orders must be placed at least 24 hours in advance with a deposit and a minimum number of people is 10.
Treehouse, Shop 1, Ground Floor, H Code, 45 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong, 3791 2277
Wine Brothers – Wide range of wine selection
On the hunt for great-tasting wine to bring aboard your junk? Sourcing high-quality small-batch wines straight from independent Aussie vineyards, Wine Brothers deliver (literally then you spent $750 or more!). Do note that they don’t deliver to any piers so you will need to carry the bottles from your home yourself.