Travel is put to a temporary halt, and it’s for the unforeseeable future. Whilst we’re dreaming of days out in the Tuscan sun and wishing we could be exploring downtown Manhattan, it will be a while until then. So, in line with the latest government restrictions in Hong Kong, the most responsible thing to do is to dine-in. Here are some restaurants offering international cuisine to bring back the nostalgia for your favourite worldwide cuisine to indulge in from home.
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Italian favourites from Pici
Pici serves freshly-made pasta every day, and a range of homemade Italian dishes using the most premium ingredients from truffles to beef ragu. The restaurant—which is typically fully-booked every weekend—is offering Deliveroo services for its clients to enjoy top-of-the-range Italian cooking at home.
Pici, several locations, pici.hk
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Bring French classics home with Louise
Helmed by Michelin-starred Julien Royer, Louise is a must for French fine diners. Under Yenn Wong’s infamous JIA Group, the restaurant serves some of the best dishes in town, including the whole roasted chicken and Homemade Louise Paté en Croûte, for traditional, authentic, home-cooked French cuisine to be devoured by you and your family.
Louise, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen St, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2866 0300, louise.hk
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New York style sandwiches with Morty’s
Get your big apple fix from Morty’s, who are continuing to serve their signature deli specialties, including the sandwiches and burgers. The American-inspired deli is renowned for its quintessential cured meats and baked goods. Bring it home with by ordering it here.
Morty’s, Jardine House, Shop 2-14, LG/F, 1 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3665 0900, mortys.hk
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Embrace Cantonese flair at Mr. Ming’s Chinese Dining
Chinese restaurant Mr. Ming’s is located in K11 Musea in Tsim Sha Tsui and offers a variety of dim sum favourites and grandfather-inspired dishes from steamed crab to smoked duck. Order some of your childhood dishes home—the restaurant is currently offering 30% off takeaway orders to take Cantonese dining to the comfort of your sofa.
1F, 113A, 18 Salisbury Road, K11 Muséa, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 2119 2949, mingfathouse.com
Order takeaway via: +852 2119 2949
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Indian vegetarian food to your door from Woodlands
Indian food is arguably one of the most challenging cuisines to master—and when it’s vegetarian, there’s even more pressure to perfect it. Woodlands makes things easier by delivering authentic, tasty dishes by its chefs, straight to your door with specialties from the iconic dosa to the flavourful dhal.
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Get your superfood fix from Avobar
Superfoods are all the rage right now, and it’s more than just the millennials who are in on the hype. With its successful flagship opening in London, Hong Kong’s Avobar is situated in K11 Musea, serving a variety of integrated avocado dishes. Celebrate National Avocado Day (31st July) with Avobar’s buy one get one free special on all smoothies and shakes, from 27th July to 31st July before 6pm.
Avobar, Shop B201-4, B2/F, K11 Musea, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 2264 0089, k11musea.com/taste/avobar
Japanese izakaya from Amazake
Bring izakaya delicacies home with Amazake, Central’s go-to Japanese snacks and drinks hub. The next best option for Japanese holiday hunters, Amazake serves delicious sharing options for family and friends at home.
Amazake, G/F, On Hing Building, 1 On Hing Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2537 7787, amazake.hk