Fine Dining at Home

COVID, along with dining restrictions, have made many of us dedicated home bodies. But what happens when you crave for something beyond the realms of Deliveroo and FoodPanda and into the territory of fancier dining? Don’t fret, because we’ve got a gilded list for just such an occasion, so you can savour the best of Hong Kong fine dining from the comforts of home, pyjamas dress code accepted.

Estro (A Casa)

Our casa is your casa, or in the case of Estro, their kitchen is yours. One of our favorite new openings of this past year, Estro by JIA Group has been winning plenty of praise for its vibrant, flavorful interpretations of Southern Italian cuisine. Now, you can impress your family and guests at home with their curated sharing menu, starting with their delicious (and highly addictive) bread basket, followed by soup, pasta, a main and a trio of desserts. Priced at $1,680 for a menu for two, it’s a sure way to turn up the romance dial for a special night in. Available for pick-up as well as delivery, simply reheat for a taste of Chef Antimo’s magic in your own home.

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Salisterra

Bring a taste of the Mediterranean to your dining table, without breaking a sweat. The dinner hamper ($950) from Salisterra is not only sumptuous and packed full of goodies the likes of a whole roasted whole miso-marinated chicken, their signature FOMO potatoes and fluffy, sugar-dusted bombolinis, but also comes in a sustainable wooden box perfect for using in home organization later. Tag on extra goodies like their charcuterie plate, burrata hazelnut starter or a few bottles of wine and Saicho sparkling tea for an extra bit of indulgence. We still can’t get over how tender and juicy that chicken was, and how it arrived still piping hot in that beautifully packaged box.

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Simon Rogan at Home

Does the idea of a great meal plus a simple gourmet replating course light your fire? Then look no further than the delicious and imaginative ever-changing menus from Simon Rogan at Home. Created by the chef behind Michelin-acclaimed Roganic and Aulis, the monthly menu (from $700) features their iconic soda bread, signature truffle pudding, in addition to a three-course meal set. Add-ons include bottled kombucha and signature cocktails the likes of their “clarified daiquiri” made from coconut cream. The monthly menus also feature collaborations, from the current tea pairing option with Teakha to extra tins of caviar from Petrossian. Simply reheat, and replate your Michelin-at-home meal with step-by-step videos alongside Roganic Head Chef, Ash Salmon.

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The Arcane Collective

Diners longing for a taste of Chef Shane Osborn’s refined cooking can now enjoy three options of gourmet takeaways from the group’s three restaurants – Arcane, Moxie and Cornerstone. There’s something for everyone, and for all mealtimes, from breakfast to dinner. Whether it’s a plant-based three grain mapo tofu from Moxie, or a satisfying Wagyu steak sandwich from Cornerstone, or an aromatic grilled pork collar with lemongrass from Arcane, there’s a menu and budget (ranging from $130 and above) to fit every taste. Available for pick-up or delivery, you certainly won’t run out of ideas at mealtime.

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ZS Delivery

Recent Michelin-star recipients Hansik Goo and Whey of ZS Hospitality Group sprinkle their star quality to home dining with meal sets (from $488) specially designed around the signature dishes that have captivated diners. At refined Korean restaurant Hansik Goo, a variety of meal sets ranging from marinated barbecue to soothing abalone samgyetang soups are on offer alongside buckets of their renowned, finger-lickin’ good Korean fried chicken. Singaporean restaurant Whey adds indulgent bak kut teh and tender beef rendang to the host of offerings, alongside their cereal fried chicken. Unleash your inner beast over a bucket of the fanciest fried chicken from the comforts of home with zero judgement.

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Rosewood On The Move

Do you crave the magic of Rosewood’s acclaimed restaurants but prefer to enjoy it via the comforts of your own home? Well, when there’s a will there’s a way. Diners can now enjoy their favorite dishes from Rosewood restaurants at home, from paellas at Bayfare Social, to sumptuous tandooris from Michelin-starred CHAAT, to comforting pork chop rice at Holt’s café, to tender brisket at Henry and classic Cantonese dishes at The Legacy House. Order via the Rosewood On The Move dedicated phone number, or through Deliveroo catering with 24-hours advanced ordering. For those outside of Deliveroo’s Rosewood zone, special delivery arrangements can be made for catering menus for four people and above. Get twenty percent discount with self pick-up from 3 to 6pm.

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MONO

Enjoy a hefty dose of vibrant South American flavors with Michelin-starred MONO’s new dinner set for two ($1,788). Created by Chef Ricardo Chaneton, drawing on the flavors of his childhood, the takeaway dinner set is a blending of rustic flavors with fine dining execution. Start with the signature quinoa sourdough before dipping into the Galician octopus salad and either whole chargrilled wild-caught sea bass or a carnivore’s feast of barbecued beef and sausages. Chocolate tart and classic dulce de leche cookies add a sweet finish, as does the sparkling Miolo Brazilian wine. For a lighter touch, there’s the Latin American aperitif set ($788) which includes four beef empanadas and a bottle of sparkling wine. Advanced 24-hour ordering required.

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Date by Tate

Date by Tate offers gastronomic indulgence in the form of an intricately curated multi-tiered bento box ($1580), that’s perfect for fancy takeaway as well as outdoor picnics. The wooden tiffin box comes with freshly baked bread, four small starters, one main course, dessert and petit fours. A set of six cutlery, wrapped in a leather pouch, ensures that just because you’re eating takeaway, doesn’t mean you can’t do it in style. Although, sadly, both the wooden box and cutleries will need to be returned after use.

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Fine Dining at Home