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Dining In 4 minutes 11 December 2020

MICHELIN Restaurants and Hotels Offering Festive Takeaways and Deliveries for Christmas 2020

Preparing a cosy stay-in celebration for this winter solstice and Christmas? These takeaway and delivery offerings from MICHELIN restaurants will provide you with a feast to remember.

Christmas 2020 Takeaway

With the government’s latest social distancing regulation to cease dinner dine-in service in restaurants until December 23, celebrations for winter solstice, which falls on December 21, as well as Christmas, are likely to get more snug and closer to home this year. From poon choi and all-inclusive meal kits, to pampering festive afternoon tea sets and a private chef to cook in your home kitchen, the wide variety of festive takeaway and delivery offerings from these MICHELIN restaurants will bring you a stress-free yet no less splendid celebration in the comfort of your own cosy confines.

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Forum
Three MICHELIN Stars, MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau 2020

Founded by the legendary chef Yeung Koon Yat, Cantonese restaurant Forum has just launched a takeaway poon choi following the announcement of the dinner ban. Their casserole of goodies features generous layers of luxurious ingredients such as sea cucumber, fish maw and of course, the restaurant's renowned abalone. It also comes with an abundance of supporting ingredients including seasonal turnip, yuba cooked in fermented bean curd, boiled prawns, vermicelli, and more.

Complimentary desserts, including the Sesame Rolls and Osmanthus and Longan Pudding, will give the meal a perfect conclusion. The festive poon choi is limited to 30 sets per day. Orders must be placed one day in advance.

Enquiry: +852 2869 8282
Festive Poon Choi: HKD$3,880/4 persons, HKD$6,880/8 persons

Écriture's Caviar Tart (Photo: Écriture)
Écriture's Caviar Tart (Photo: Écriture)

Écriture
Two MICHELIN Stars, MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau 2020

Écriture is bringing back Écriture a la Maison, the restaurant’s takeaway and delivery service, allowing diners to enjoy French chef Maxime Gilbert’s creative dishes in the comfort of their own homes. A la carte dishes on offer include the famous caviar tart ($988/2 persons), Whole Oven-roasted Bresse Chicken ($1,188), Grilled A5 Miyazaki Wagyu Striploin ($1,788) and kouign-amann ($78), a traditional French multi-layered pastry dessert. You can also order multi-course set menus that serve 2 or 4 persons, each one showcasing seasonal and signature dishes such as Roasted Deer and Brittany Langoustine.

Set Menu for 2 persons: HKD$1,688, HKD$2,888 or HKD$3,388
Set Menu for 4 persons: HKD$2,988 or HKD$6,188
Click here for more information

Ying Jee Club's Crispy Salted Chicken (Photo: Ying Jee Club)
Ying Jee Club's Crispy Salted Chicken (Photo: Ying Jee Club)

Ying Jee Club
Two MICHELIN Stars, MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau 2020

Cantonese restaurant Ying Jee Club will be offering a 7-course Festive Takeaway Menu from December 20, 2020, to January 2, 2021. Prepared by chef Siu Hin Chi, dishes on the list include Wok-fried Prawn with Fresh Chilli, Crispy Salted Chicken, Fried Rice with Barbecue Pork and Spring Onion and Baked Mini Winter Melon Paste Puff. To complete the feast, the set will come with a bottle of Champagne carefully selected by the two-MICHELIN-starred restaurant's sommelier.  

Enquiry: +852 2801 6882
Festive Takeaway Menu: $5,380/8 persons, $7,800/12 persons

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The Peking Duck Set at Duddell's (Photo: Duddell's)
The Peking Duck Set at Duddell's (Photo: Duddell's)

Duddell’s
One MICHELIN Star, MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau 2020

Cantonese restaurant Duddell’s takeaway menu is chock full of dishes that are perfect for winter solstice celebrations. The Peking Duck Set Menu (HKD$1,380/4 persons) is perfect for sharing, and the set also comes with other sumptuous dishes such as Stir-fried Prawn with Salted Egg and Sauteed Diced Angus beef. The Duddell’s Dried Seafood Pot Set (HKD$1,980/2 persons) is the ideal size for small families to have a taste of festive Chinese delicacies such as 5-hand braised South African abalone, fish maw, sea cucumber, among other ingredients. Customers can also order a la carte dishes, such as the Longevity Bun (HKD$18/piece) and Boiled Bird’s Nest in Rock Sugar Syrup (HKD$688/portion), as add-ons to the set, providing plenty of flexibility for different group sizes.

Click here for more information and to order.

Roganic's Christmas 3-course Meal Kit (Photo: Roganic)
Roganic's Christmas 3-course Meal Kit (Photo: Roganic)

Roganic
One MICHELIN Star, MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau 2020

Simon Rogan at Home, the delivery service that offers meal kits designed by Roganic’s namesake chef Simon Rogan, will be back from December 15 to 23. This time around, the meal kit highlights dishes bursting with a wintry Christmas spirit. The three-course meal comprises Caramelised Chestnut and Celeriac Soup, Roast Turkey with all the trimmings and Christmas Mince Pudding, complete with a complimentary serve of soda bread with whipped brown butter, one of the restaurant’s signature items. Diners can simply follow the reheating instructions enclosed in the kit for the best possible Simon Rogan restaurant experience at home.

Christmas Meal Kit: HKD380/set (minimum order 2 sets)
Click here for more information.

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Beefbar, Takumi by Daisuke Mori and Zest by Konishi
All restaurants are with One MICHELIN Star, MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau 2020  

Looking for a stay-in celebration that goes beyond just good food? Lai Sun Dining Group’s three one-MICHELIN-restaurants are offering a Chef’s Table service where the head chef and servers of the selected restaurant will visit and cook in diners' home to deliver restaurant-level dining experiences. Menus will be tailor-made — diners can ask for the chef’s signature dishes as well as off-menu or festive dishes — and some of the signature dishes of the three chefs available include Roasted Local Ping Yuen Chicken by chef Mitsuru Konishi of Zest by Konishi (pictured left), Charcoal Grilled Hida Wagyu by chef Daisuke Mori of Takumi, and grilled steaks by chef Andrea Spagoni of Beefbar

Because of the pandemic, the team will undergo regular Covid-19 tests before going to the diner’s home. When they arrive, they will also sanitise the cooking area thoroughly and don masks and gloves during the food preparation process. The average cost per person is HKD$3,000 for a minimum of 6 persons, but the cost may vary depending on the choice of dishes.

For enquiries, call or Whatsapp +852 9855 6660 or click here for more information.

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Tate
One MICHELIN Star, MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau 2020

Extending the restaurant's refined manner to its delivery service, Tate’s Festive Gastronomy Box is a meal delivered in style — the dishes are served in a multi-tiered wood tiffin box and comes with a set of brushed brass cutlery. The three courses will include four petit starters such as Winter Vegetable Tian and Smoked Scallop, and a main course with a choice between Wagyu Beef En Brioche or Blue Lobster in Scallion Sauce. End on a high note with a Spiced Apple Tart dessert and a selection of mignardises. The Gastronomy Box service is available until December 31.

Festive Gastronomy Box: HKD$1,180/person (minimum order 2 boxes)
Click here for more information.

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Yat Tung Heen
One MICHELIN Star, MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau 2020

Takeaway dishes suited for winter solstice celebration are now available at Cantonese restaurant Yat Tung Heen. Their Deluxe Abalone Poon Choi (HKD$1,980/6 persons, HKD$3,880/12 persons) is a casserole filled with festive delicacies such as 10-head whole abalone, dried oyster, conpoy, mud carp fish stuffed with minced shrimp, and more. Other a la carte options include Double-boiled Pork Lung Soup (HKD$360/2 persons), the Signature Roasted Pork Belly (HKD$198) and clay pot dishes such as Steamed Mud Crab with Chinese Yellow Wine and Chicken Oil (HKD$580).

Click here for more information.

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Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
Recommended Hotel, MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau 2020

A Christmas variation of the hotel’s extremely popular Takeaway Afternoon Tea Set is now available (banner image). Presented in a cheerful red cake stand instead of their usual classy white packaging, the sweet treats have also been updated to feature festive flavours, such as Mulled Berries Snowman Macaron, Mini Gingerbread Man and Chocolate and the Mandarin Yule Log. Other savoury creations include the Truffle Brie Cheese and Walnut Puff, slices of Iberico Ham as well as the unmissable scones. More takeaway items with plenty of seasonal Christmas cheer include the Traditional Slow Roasted Butterball Turkey (HKD$2,880/10 persons), German Beer Glazed Bone-in Ham (HKD$2,680/12 persons), Balik Salmon (pictured right, HKD$1,380/500 grams), and more.

Click here for more information.

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong's Whole Roasted Turkey (Photo: Grand Hyatt Hong Kong)
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong's Whole Roasted Turkey (Photo: Grand Hyatt Hong Kong)

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
Recommended Hotel, MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau 2020

The Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, located in Wanchai, is offering an array of festive flavours available for takeaway or delivery. Their Festive Seafood Platter (HKD$1,888/4-6 persons) stars a selection of lobster, scallops, snow crab legs, tiger prawns, and other marine goodies. The smoked salmon (HKD$388/500 grams) is produced in-house and is served with sour cream and capers, while the Whole Roasted Turkey (HKD$788/4-8 persons) is served with pork sausage stuffing, and the Oolong Tea Mango Log Cake (HKD$260/1.2 lb) will lend the celebration a perfect closure. Festive items are available until January 1, 2021.

Click here for more information.

The banner image, featuring the hotel's Festive Afternoon Tea Set Takeaway, is courtesy of the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, 

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