Due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has led to imposed restaurant restrictions and enforced social distancing, many Hong Kong eateries have been hit hard. The result of which has caused some restaurants to shut their doors indefinitely.

However, much like its people, Hong Kong remains resilient and in an effort to keep their business and the food and beverage industry alive, these restaurants — many for the first time — are now turning their attention to delivery and takeaway options.

Offering simplified versions of their full menus, these restaurants aim to provide a taste of culinary indulgence along with the chance to support the F&B industry during these challenging times. Ahead, we’ve gathered some of Hong Kong’s top restaurants, which range from Michelin-starred establishments to the city’s most sought-after venues, that are now offering takeaways to be picked up or delivered direct to your home or office.


With one Michelin star under its belt, neo-Parisian bistro Belon also ranks in at number four in the list for Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants. Considered one of Hong Kong’s best restaurants, it is led by Chef Daniel Calvert in which he showcases his exceptional yet simple French cuisine.

Available: for delivery and collection

To order: email or use the GO delivery app

Highlights: Basil Scarpinocc with burrata and fruit tomatoes; Whole roasted “three yellow” chicken with petit pois à la française

Belon, 41 Elgin Street, Central; +852 2152 2872

Dubbed the Grande Dame of the Far East, The Peninsula is the epitome of luxury and timeless glamour. The luxury historic hotel has two Michelin-starred restaurants including Gaddi’s (with its first star this year) and Spring Moon (which was awarded one star for the fourth year in a row). The hotel is now offering their award winning cuisine, which spans exquisite Chinese and Western fare, to take away today.

Available: for collection only

To order: call +852 2696 6700 or email

Highlights: Smoked barbecue pork; Spring Moon double boiled soup

Peninsula, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 2920 2888

Two Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant Ying Jee Club presents the high-end and elegant side of Chinese cuisine beautifully. The menu focuses on traditional methods and classic recipes which are executed with finesse.

Available: for collection only

To order: call +852 2801 6882

Highlights: Crispy salted chicken; Wok-fried wagyu beef with leek and black pepper; Pan-fried crab claw with shrimp paste

Ying Jee Club, 41 Connaught Road Central, Central; +852 2801 6882

The good people behind popular Hong Kong restaurants Uma Nota and Bedu have launched Meraki at Home, a new lunch and dinner takeaway service that offers Brazilian-Japanese modern Middle-Eastern and Malaysian inspired cuisine.

Available: for delivery and collection

To order: WhatsApp on +852 6379 9748

Highlights: Uma Nota’s coxinhas de frango dumplings; Bedu’s rack of lamb

Uma Nota, 38 Peel Street, Central; +852 2889 7576

Bedu, 40 Gough Street, Central; +852 2320 4450

Modern Japanese restaurant Zuma has been offering it’s sophisticated izakaya-inspired cuisine in Hong Kong since 2007. The venue has remained a favourite among the well-heeled in the city, but in response to the recent climate, a new home delivery service #BringZumaHome is now available.

Available: for delivery and collection

To order: WhatsApp on +852 5502 9034 or +852 3657 6388

Highlights: Spicy beef tenderloin; Black cod bento box; Sweet corn with shiso butter

Zuma, Level 5 & 6 Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central; +852 3657 6388

One-Michelin-starred Tosca di Angelo is Italian fine dining at its best. The menu is focused on the finest, freshest seafood and refined iterations of traditional recipes based on Chef Angelo Agliano’s Sicilian background.

Available: for collection only

To order: call +852 2263 2160 or email 

Highlights: Mezzi paccheri pasta with Sicilian red shrimps and basil pesto Sauce; Red star grouper in matalotta fish soup with olives; capers and cherry tomatoes

Tosca di Angelo, 102/F, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 2263 2270

The brainchild restaurant of American and British chefs Chris Grare and Arron Rhodes, Kinship is a celebration of world cuisine. The result is a very rustic and hearty menu that is now available for takeaway.

Available: for delivery and collection

To order: call +852 2520 0899 or deliveroo

Highlights: Hokkaido scallop ceviche; Roasted green asparagus with poached egg; Okinawa pork loin

Kinship, 3/F LL Tower, 2 Shelley Street, Central; +852 2520 0899

As one of Hong Kong’s most iconic five star hotels, the Mandarin Oriental is well known for its luxurious hospitality and heritage. Within the hotel, The Mandarin Cake Shop — which has been delighting patrons since opening its doors in the 1970s — is now offering a signature roast menu that delivers five star meals for you and your family to enjoy.

Available: for delivery and collection

To order: call +852 2825 4008 or email

Highlights: Roasted ping yuen chicken; U.S. prime tenderloin beef wellington; 1963 Mandarin cheesecake

The Mandarin Cake Shop, M/F, Mandarin Oriental, 5 Connaught Road Central, Central; +852 2825 4008

This one Michelin-starred establishment is another Cantonese restaurant takeaway option not to be missed. Offering a sophisticated menu in classic Chinese cuisine, Ming Court offers the fine dining experience to be enjoyed at home in what they call a ‘Gourmet Grab-and-Go’ menu.

Available: for collection only

To order: call 852 3552 3028 or email

Highlights: Deluxe dim sum; Stuffed crab shell; South African abalone, fish maw and sea cucumber soup

Ming Court, Level 6, Cordis, Hong Kong, 555 Shanghai Street, Mongkok; +852 3552 3028

Butterfly Patisserie is Rosewood’s answer to some of the most delectable sweet treats that Hong Kong has to offer. This is thanks to pastry maestro Chef Holger Deh, whose inventive mind creates stunning cakes and confections. What’s more, for every Or Noir tart sold, they will support those affected by Covid-19 and donating lunchboxes to Impact HK, a charity that provides help to the city’s homeless and less fortunate.

Available: for delivery and collection

To order: shop online at www.rosewoodhkshop.com

Highlights: Or noir tart, Traditional black forest cake; chocolates

Butterfly Patisserie, Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 3891 8732