Working from home? Here are 10 places to order delivery from and/or takeaway.

The outbreak of the coronavirus has certainly had an impact on the way we dine out, but that doesn’t mean that we all have to be holed up at home eating canned soups and boxed mac ‘n’ cheese. With grocery shelves empty and the restaurant industry one of the hardest hit sectors, now’s a crucial time to support your local favourite restaurants by ordering delivery, takeout, or even cash vouchers.

While everyone is practising social distancing and working from home, the food delivery industry is at least on the upswing, with more restaurants offering special deals and menus so you can enjoy your favourite dishes at home — all with the proper hygiene and safety measures in place, of course. Until it’s safe again to dine in social settings, here are 10 restaurants supplying everything from takeaway to home meal kits.

La Vache!

Everyone’s favourite steak-frites bistro brings the quintessential Parisian experience straight to your doorstep, offering steak sandwiches and fries delivery for lunch for the very first time. The service is available through Black Sheep Restaurants’ own delivery service, GO, and for a limited time only, so you’ll want to act fast.

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Just in time to cater to hungry home workers, Sichuan hotspot Chilli Fagara has launched a delivery-only concept, Hot ‘n’ Meen, serving up all things noodles. The tender, knife-cut noodles can be enjoyed in Sichuan pepper-laced offerings such as noodles with pork and vegetable dumplings, and chicken noodles; dan dan noodles with minced pork, soup noodles with stir-fried lamb, braised five-spice sliced beef noodles and more. Available from 11:30am until 10:30pm, the noods can be delivered within Admiralty, Central, Mid-Levels, Sheung Wan or Sai Ying Pun, exclusively via Deliveroo.

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Little Bao

While staying healthy and self-care are of top priority during these times, we could all use a nutritious boost to our diet. Why not indulge in chef May Chow‘s faux-meat offering, the Impossible Bao, while you’re holed up at home? The vegetarian offering includes an Impossible patty with black pepper glaze and fuyu mayo. Alternatively, opt for the Sloppy Chan Bao with braised shiitake tempeh, truffle mayo and sweet pickled daikon.

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Stuck at home with your significant other? Now’s a good a time as any to enjoy the time alone, and what better way than with a candle-lit Italian meal. Frank’s is making it easy to get lovey-dovey over a shared plate of pasta with delivery of its signature dishes as well as affordable wines. Don’t miss the spaghetti pomodori, orecchiette with sausage and broccoli rabe, and the hearty chicken parmigiana. For an added bonus, all takeout and delivery orders above HK$300 will enjoy 15% off.

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Hong Kong’s first in-hotel vegetarian restaurant has just stepped on the delivery wagon, offering its heart-healthy menu of plant-based comfort dishes on Deliveroo. Try the Possible burger, two veggie-loaded sliders; or the roasted aloo gobi, a whole-roasted cauliflower served fork tender. Pair it with an order of traditional hummus, and fig cheesecake for a sweet end to the meal. Veda is also offering avo toasts and bagels from 7–10:45am for early risers. Available for delivery or takeaway.

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Imaginary Burger

Late-night cravings and nowhere to go? Honbo is answering your prayers with a new delivery-only burger concept, Imaginary Burger! Newly launched, Imaginary Burger offers a riff on the burger joint’s classic double cheeseburger (HK$150), featuring two Wisconsin patties, double cheese, Imaginary sauce and pickles. Round out the meal with a serving of crispy fries (HK$25). Available in Central, Admiralty and Sai Ying Pun until 12am via Foodpanda.

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JIA Everywhere

Another timely endeavour from JIA Group, the award-winning restaurant group has just launched JIA Everywhere, with the aim of bringing its acclaimed restaurants directly to fans. The new private dining experiences include customised delivery, catering sets and meal box delivery; while the new “Chefs at Home” initiative breaks the mould on conventional catering with the option to welcome top chefs directly into your home kitchen. Choose set meal options from beloved eateries including Chachawan, Old Bailey, Duddells, 208 Duecento Otto and more.

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Preparing dinner for the family at home? Order a bountiful Thai feast from newly opened Ruam, with bold-flavoured dishes made with premium Thai ingredients. Start with the Tod Man Pla fish cakes and Nam Tok hanger steak with roasted rice, then chow down on a range of spicy curries, Tom Yun Kung spicy-sour soup, Pad See Ew flat rice noodle, stir-fried kale and more. Or, opt for the restaurant’s Feed Me Menu for a range of signatures serving two, four or more persons.

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There’s nothing like a pizza party to lift the spirits (even if it is a solo one). Whether you’re trying to keep kids in the house entertained or just craving a comfort meal while you binge Netflix, Homeslice has you covered with its puffy pizzas loaded with premium Italian ingredients. Adults can tuck into the spicy Gambas with garlic prawns or the Diavolo with a hit of spicy salami and chilli; while kids have a special menu which includes a bunny-shaped pizza, spaghetti and mac & cheese.

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Feather & Bone

A great place to stock up on hot meals as well as pantry items is at Feather & Bone; the butcher, deli and grocer offers everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to cheese and charcuterie; fine Australian meats, fish and seafood, poultry and more. There’s also a fine selection of wine — essential for keeping your sanity intact while stuck indoors. Feather & Bone offers free delivery on orders above HK$500.

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Leslie Yeh
Editor in Chief
Having worked as a lifestyle editor for almost 10 years, Leslie is thrilled to be writing about the topic she loves most: wining and dining. When she's not out pounding the pavement for the latest new restaurant opening or tracking food trends, Leslie can be found at home whipping up a plate of rigatoni vodka and binge-watching Netflix with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc in hand.