Stuck at home but craving a specific dish from a specific restaurant? These Hong Kong food delivery companies have your needs covered.
From fast-food chains to independent restaurant groups, here are the food delivery options that can feed your stomach without leaving home.
This London-headquartered delivery company partners with more than 6,500 restaurants and 4,500 riders in Hong Kong.
Deliveroo’s Hong Kong office tells Cheapo that about 65–70% of restaurants are exclusive to Deliveroo.
Its delivery fee varies but is usually about HK$20.00, which is slightly higher than some of its competitors.
In return, you get a reliable delivery service and the most user-friendly interface out of all the apps we’ve tried and tested.
The app or website can tell you the status of your food and when you can expect to receive your order.
Some of the most popular restaurants on their platform includes MOS burger, the Japanese burger joint, and Tamjai, the homegrown Yunnan-style spicy rice noodle chain.
A Tamjai newbie? Here is something to know: It offers a number of broth selections in different spiciness. There are 10 different levels of “Mild Spicy” option. The higher the numbers, the less spicy it gets—so, 10 mild spicy is the least spicy level.
If you plan to order food delivery frequently, consider subscribing to the Deliveroo Plus package. It offers unlimited delivery service for a monthly delivery fee of HK$98.00.
Its Chiller Service delivers alcoholic beverages without delivery fee.
One of our recent favourites is Imaginary Burger.
The new addition to FoodPanda is a delivery-only concept by Honbo, one of the best burger shops in Hong Kong. The service is available for anyone around Admiralty, Central, Sheung Wan and Sai Ying Pun.
Its usual delivery fee is about HK$15.00. One advantage of using FoodPanda is that it allows users to pay with cash in addition to credit cards.
The service is decently reliable. But one complaint is that its map and its time estimation are often wrong.
Without a minimum fee, UberEats is more flexible for those who want to order for one.
UberEats also offers bundled offerings with its ride-hiring company Uber. The major shortcoming is that they don’t have enough riders sometimes. You may find yourself hungry and missing your orders on busy nights.
Black Sheep Go Delivery
GO delivery app by Black Sheep Restaurants, the homegrown restaurant group, is more than just an answer to couch-loving diners—it’s a way to skip the queue and order meals from some of the group’s most popular restaurants in town.
Selections are more refined (and expensive) than those on the other delivery app. But a proper dine-in dinner at its restaurants is around HK$500.00 per head, so it can be an affordable way to try some of its restaurants.
Its stellar line-up include Ho Lee Fook, Hotal Colombo and Chom Chom. Some highlights are “Hotal at Home,” a set meal including a starter, a main and two sides from Sri Lankan restaurant Hotal Colombo (HK$328.00) and the vegetarian “Good Fortune For Two” meal set from Ho Lee Fook at HK$408.00).
Delivery time is usually an hour. The service is limited to some neighbourhoods on the island side.
There is a minimum order of HK$150.00, with no additional delivery fee.
A small complimentary snack or sweet is often added to your order.
An alternative Hong Kong food delivery option for healthy and lazy eaters.
You don’t even have to pick what you want for each meal. Nosh offers meal plans that emphasize on healthy and smart eating.
You can choose a meal plan between three to 20 days, for two or three meals per day.
There are four types of meal plans to choose from for different “goals”: Balanced Diet, Weight Loss, Build Muscle and NOSH Veggie. Its chef-designed recipes average 550 calories each.
Some examples include grass-fed beef burrito bowl with brown rice and roasted salsa and vegetarian Japanese soboro (minced Impossible™ meat) bowl.
It costs around HK$195.00 to HK$395.00 per day depending on the meals you choose.
The meal plan rotates between its 100 recipes, so there won’t be repetitions even for its longest (20-day) meal plan. Its veggie meal plan, however, will be repeated once every two weeks.
Once you have placed your order by Saturday each week, NOSH will deliver to your door between 7 am–9 am each day. Cold food will be left at the door so you can pick up whenever you want and heat it up before enjoying your meal.
Oh My King, individual delivery services
Many local diners often offer their own delivery services.
You can find their scanned delivery pamphlets on Oh My King website. Choices are often affordable.
The website is only in Chinese and some of the pamphlets are in both English and Chinese. For non-Chinese speakers, you can try wade through the website using Google Translate.
These fast-food restaurants usually deliver around Hong Kong. Some even answer your call 24/7.
You can order McDonald’s through Deliveroo’s app as well as its own McDonald’s app.
Its 24-hour hotline +852 2338 2338 and its McDelivery website are easy to use.
Pizzahut’s delivery hotline is +852 2330 0000. Or you can use its delivery website https://www.pizzahut.com.hk/en/order.
To ensure the safety of its riders and users, the company has implemented some new delivery policies. Food will be delivered to the entrance of hospitals and buildings if there are confirmed cases of novel coronavirus in the building.
Pizza Express delivers to some parts of Hong Kong. Check Pizza Express’s delivery website to see if your area is included.
KFC’s delivery number is +852 2180 0000. You can also order from its delivery website.