As more people choose to eat at home, the coronavirus outbreak is seeing restaurants get creative with menus and services to appeal to diners despite today’s situation. Delivery services are also slashing their fees to help restaurants though the tough times. Here are a few initiatives from some of our favourite restaurants.
With the health of guests top of mind, La Petite Maison has launched a menu of nutrient-packed specials designed to boost immune systems and overall health this Spring.
For all those hummus cravings that need to be hit, BEDU will soon be live on Deliveroo providing lunch and dinner every day. Available for deliveries and pickup from the Gough Street location are stuffed Middle Eastern pita, nutritious salads and rice, or delicious dips like their signature beetroot and mint labneh.
JALAN’s comfort food with a kick, is also delivered straight to our doors. In true street food-style, the “Larger” and “Smaller” menus from the restaurant are both available online from 12:00 every day.
Ask for Alonzo is keeping the Quarry Bay crowd fed with its full menu of indulgent pasta dishes – from Alonzo’s Ravioli to vitamin-rich and vegetarian Zoodles. Throughout the last few days of February, Alonzo is also offering a complimentary homemade lemonade with every take-away, to keep energies high and bodies healthy – every drop is made with love and packed full of vitamin C.
Ensuring Hong Kong isn’t skipping out on those big bad burgers, The Butchers Club burgers are being delivered (for free) to doors around Wan Chai, Taikoo and TST. Alternatively, for budding chefs cooking at home, the premium burger joint is also offering 15% off all online shopping.
One for sushi-lovers everywhere, shiro’s premium takeaway boxes offer fresh sushi, ramen and bento boxes from 3pm onwards.
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