Hong Kong Food News & Reviews

Ali Oli Bakery offering home delivered family meal packs


Ali Oli Bakery has now launched its family meal packages that are delivered direct to peoples doors.

Currently there are two options to choose from with all dishes going with pasta or rice and all you need to do is reheat the dishes. From the photos we have been sent, the dishes do look pretty tasty.

Deliveroo launch contact-free delivery on their app

Deliveroo has now added the following contact-free delivery option to their Hong Kong app, so the rider will now place the food at your door instead of into your hands. For those that are concerned about contact directly with another person for whatever reason, at least you can now choose this option when ordering.

Cookie DPT pop-up at Landmark Atrium, Hong Kong

These tasty looking cookies are back at Landmark Atrium 3/F (15 Queen's Road Central, Central) from 11am-7pm, starting 1st March to 30th April 2020.

They will also launching a limited edition Salted Caramel Ganache (as see in the photo).

Uber Eats x Feng Shui

It was a delightful afternoon and wcity.com has been invited to the media luncheon with Uber Eats.

It was held at Cheung Kung Koon. Uber Eats team greeted us with a cup of jasmine tea and introduced us to a Chinese Astrologer Master Poon (Kelvin Poon), presenting first-ever Uber Eats Feng Shui of Food.

Best Food Delivery apps and websites in Hong Kong, 26 options


Whether you are a big foodie or not, sometimes you just want to stay cosy at home and being lazy all day without cooking anything. Food delivery would come up to your mind when you are starving in the middle of your binge-watching show. Here are some guides for the best food delivery websites in Hong Kong for you.

Top 13 Steak Houses In Hong Kong


Nothing can beat the joy of juicy steak on your plate with the perfect cut and grill marks. Hong Kong is called a food paradise, especially for meat lovers, there are numerous restaurants offering exquisite steak. If you are craving a delectable steak, then Hong Kong can prove to be the perfect destination.

Best 9 Places Where You Can Get Chinese New Year Puddings In Hong Kong

1.    Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel & Gateway Hotel


Kung Hei Fat Choi! To celebrate the Year of the Ox, Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel and Gateway Hotel have prepared a series of magnificent handcrafted festive puddings to welcome in the new year. Three classic flavours, including Chinese Turnip Cake with Conpoy, Coconut Pudding with Gold Leaf and Water Chestnut Cake at HK$198, will be available for redemption at Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel and Gateway Hotel, from 22 January to 11 February 2021. 

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Black truffle season at the Divino Group


From January 6th to March 31, 2020, Spasso, DiVino, DiVino Patio and Carpaccio restaurants will feature a sumptuous selection of dishes that showcase the prized and prize-winning black winter truffles or 'Tartufo Nero' from Norcia in Umbria. You can eat black truffles in both raw and heated ways Its aromatic compounds are heat-sensitive, so it can integrate fully into the culinary preparation.

PIIN Wine Restaurant's All New Lunch Service


Michelin recommended Cantonese wine restaurant PIIN Wine Restaurant is launching their new lunch service by Chef Ming's acclaimed fare during the day. Starting at HK $178 and includes a chef's appetiser combination, seasonal double-boiled soup as well as a main dish of choice.

Eight hands chefs collaboration dinner at Mono Hong Kong


On the evening of January 22nd, 2020, Mono is hosting an exclusive eight hands chefs collaboration dinner. Executive Chef/ Co-Founder Ricardo Chaneton welcomes distinguished culinary talents Agustin Balbi (HAKU), Virgilio Martinez (Central Restaurante) and Pia Leon (Kjolle) for a one-night-only event showcasing multi-faceted cuisine by four chefs with shared South American roots. The 12-course menu (2 dishes + 1 canapé by each Chef) will be priced at HK$2,880 +10% per guest, with an optional wine pairing at an additional HK$880 + 10%+ a 3% carbon tax.