Header photo: BEDU’s honey cake
Let’s help to keep our fave F&B spots afloat while government restrictions remain in place. Keep checking back as we add to this list – these deals won’t last forever.
NOTE: things change fast – first please check if your favourite restaurant is open and running the deal to avoid any disappointment!
DON'T MISS: Delivery and takeaway offers right now
Foodie fave BEDU has an unbeatable two-for-one chef’s menu ($390 for 2), available Monday–Thursday from 3–6pm. Highlights of the Middle Eastern-inspired sharing menu include smoky hummus with homemade pickles and flatbread, honey-baked feta, cumin-roasted chicken skewers and baked honey cake. To wet your whistle, there are $50 happy-hour drinks too (draught beer, red, white and rosé wine, Prosecco, house spirits and spritzers), on from 3:30pm for dine-in and until 9pm for takeaway.
Dim Sum Library
All-you-can-eat dim sum? We’re in! Dim Sum Library’s two-hour unlimited dim sum menu is priced at $338 per person on weekdays and $398 per person at the weekend. It can be ordered from 2-5:30pm, and highlights include black garlic siu mai, crispy aubergine with salted fish and sakura shrimp, braised aromatic ginger chicken rice in stone pot – and so much more yum cha goodness!
We’re big fans of the Italian cuisine served up at Sai Ying Pun eatery LuCale, and chefs Alessandro Angelini and Luca De Berardinis are now offering their popular brunch menu ($388/person) every day of the week (closed on Mondays) from 12–5pm. The menu features LuCale signatures such as burrata “Deliziosa” with 24-month-aged Parma ham, LuCale’s “shovel” of top-quality Italian cold cuts and the restaurant’s famous deconstructed tiramisu, but the best bit is that complimentary two-hour free-flow (house red and white wine and Prosecco) is part of the deal.
We reviewed Musubi Hiro’s DIY lunch sets ($148/person) in January, but they’re such amazing value for money that we’d like to give the musubi specialist yet another shout-out. For under $150, you’ll get three starters, soup, a main and free-flow wine, sake, beer and non-alcoholic drinks – it seems too good to be true, but it’s for real.
Rosewood Hong Hong
Several of Rosewood Hong Kong’s popular restaurants are offering a 20% discount on dine-in meals – Michelin-recommended Cantonese restaurant The Legacy House (Wednesday–Sunday, 12–6pm), modern American steakhouse HENRY (Wednesday–Sunday, 12–6pm), tapas-inspired venue Bayfare Social (daily, 12–6pm) and upscale cha chaan teng Holt’s Café (daily, 12–6pm). Get these jaw-dropping deals while they’re hot!
Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, TST, 3891 8888
It’s drinks on the house at any one of The Sixteenth’s three fab venues when you order a weekday set lunch from 11am (last booking is at 4:30pm), be it at flamboyant trattoria La Favorita, contemporary Japanese restaurant Honjokko or self-dubbed temakeria TMK Funk & Rolls. Translation: 60 minutes of complimentary free-flow!
Yat Tung Heen
Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant Yat Tung Heen at Eaton HK has brought back its amazing $38 weekday dim sum deal for over 30 of Chef Tam Tung’s beloved yum cha creations as well as now offering 30% off the à-la-carte menu during lunchtime. If you dine at Yat Tung Heen between 1–7 April, you’ll also be gifted with a complimentary portion of mini signature honey-glazed BBQ pork.
At new Middle Eastern cocktail bar ZZURA from Tuesday–Friday (4–6pm), you can order up the Out of Office package ($250 for 2), which comes with two glasses of welcome bubbly, two cocktails and one order of tater tots courtesy of CARBS. Come the weekend, the offer changes to boozy end-of-the-week free-flow ($300/person), entitling you to three hours of unlimited house spirits, red and white wine and Prosecco, draught beer (Budvar and Stiegl-Radler Grapefruit) and soft drinks.
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