The Best Hot Pot Delivery And Takeaways In Hong Kong
Hot pot—a traditional Chinese meal where a simmering pot of broth is set in the centre of a dining table with people dipping a vast selection of ingredients, including sliced meat, seafood and vegetables, into the soup—is one of the most loved dining experiences and winter delights in Hong Kong.
While it might not be feasible to gather our friends and family and dine-in at a restaurant to share a meal at the moment, there are still plenty of stellar restaurants offering hot pot delivery and takeaway menus for you to enjoy at home this season. Featuring a great selection of soup bases and fresh ingredients, these are the best hot pot takeaway offerings you shouldn’t miss while the weather lasts.
Known for its consistent fine hot pot ingredients and innovative broths, Megan’s Kitchen is one of the city’s best restaurants for a quality belly-warming meal.
This season, the Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant has curated different tempting menus that are available for delivery and pick-up, where diners will be able to enjoy a rich array of hot pot delicacies, including premium meats such as Japan A5 saga wagyu ribeye and free-range chicken thigh; dumplings; fresh vegetables, dumplings and many more. There are over ten soup bases to pick from, but if you crave heat, their hot and sour Sichuan soup, tom yum cappuccino and Malaysia satay soup are not to be missed.
For health eaters who’ve got a penchant for nutritious and nourishing broths, their winter melon soup with lotus seed and dried scallop, and apple and corn soup with spare ribs are sure to please.
The Drunken Pot
No roundup of hot pot restaurants would be complete without The Drunken Pot—a stylish dining establishment that has a reputation serving up a vast selection of quality ingredients and soup bases—with an innovative twist.
Aside from the classic hot pot set for two or four people, which comes with sliced Angus beef short ribs, handmade cheese and cuttlefish balls, dumplings and vegetable platters that are perfect for sharing, the restaurant is also offering special delivery menus that feature premium seafood and meats for your holiday enjoyment.
The hot pot set will be delivered in recyclable picnic box, which comes with utensils, reusable table cloth and glasses, wet tissues and free rental of the pot and gas cassette cooker for a hassle-free hot pot experience.
How to order: View the menu and place your order at tdpdelivery.com
The Drunken Pot, 2/F, 8 Observatory Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, +852 2321 9038; thedrukenpot.com
Boasting an extensive selection of beef cuts and homemade broths such as pickled cabbage beef bone soup and satay soup, 616 is the go-to-place for diners with cravings for authentic Hong Kong-style hot pot. In addition to offering the signature takeaway menu, which features meltingly tender Russian beef slices, the restaurant also serves a premium set for two and four persons that comes with fresh beef and vegetable platters, fresh scallops, dumplings and udon.
If you’re still craving more, pick a few more ingredients from their extensive à la carte menu. Their handmade meatballs and beef dumplings are huge, but you can’t go wrong with any of the classics here—including duck blood jelly, shrimp paste and fried honeycomb tofu.
How to order: The signature takeaway menu is priced at HK$688, while another special set for two and four persons are priced at HK$288 and HK$568 respectively. Diners can place orders by completing Google forms in accordance with the branches they wish to pick up their orders. English menu is not provided, but diners can make an enquiry via Facebook for more details.
616, various locations across Hong Kong; facebook.com/616hotpot
Taiwan Bussan Hot Pot
Another popular Taiwanese import that deserves a spot on your food radar. Taiwan Bussan has been garnering a lot of attention from local foodies since its opening last year, thanks to its wonderful all-you-can-eat hot pot sessions and impressive food offering.
To keep diners satisfied at home this season, the restaurant has launched two special menus available for self pick-up. The signature set for two comes with a choice of broth (including herbal flavours, spicy options, seafood soups, and more), a beef platter, vegetables, as well as Taiwanese-style dumplings and duck blood jelly. Meat lovers will be impressed by their American wagyu menu, which features 1kg quality meat and an option of enjoying a full selection of over 23 ingredients at an additional HK$100 only.
How to order: View the set menu for two here and the beef menu here. English menu is not provided, but diners can make an enquiry via Facebook for more details. Diners can order via Openrice for self pick-up (available from 12:00 - 9:00 pm) at Taiwan Bussan or at Mr. Steak’s selected branches in Kwai Fong, Tsing Yi, Kowloon Bay and Hang Hau.
Taiwan Bussan Hot Pot, various locations across Hong Kong; faceboook.com/taiwanbussan
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Boasting five branches in Hong Kong, Master Beef has quickly become a favourite among the local foodie crowd since its launch last year, which is often not seen without snaking queues in earlier days when dine-in restrictions were loosened. What makes this hot pot joint stands out from the pack is that it’s dedicated to offering diners made-to-order hot pot ingredients and broths for absolute freshness, where delivers an extensive range of high-quality meats imported straight from Taiwan, ranging from beef plate and Angus beef top blade, to pork slices and chicken with huadiao wine.
How to order: The menu is available here. English menu is not provided, but diners can make an enquiry via Facebook for more details. To place an order for delivery, diners can Whatsapp +852 3953 8360 (Kowloon district and Tseung Kwan O); +852 3953 9330 (New Territories); +852 3953 9340 (Hong Kong Island) to enquire.
Those who are ordering for addresses in Causeway Bay and Tsuen Wan can order via Foodpanda. At least three hours in advance is required for delivery service. Self-pickup is available from 12:00 to 8:30 pm at the Mongkok (Hollywood Plaza), Tsim Sha Tsui, Tsuen Wan and Causeway Bay branches.
Master Beef, various locations across Hong Kong; masterbeef.hk
Known for its Instagram-worthy nostalgic décor and impressive offering of homemade local dishes, Suppa is often considered among the city’s best staples for a stylish, premium hot pot experience. The restaurant is currently offering delivery and takeaway menu services, allowing you to enjoy a wide range of Hong Kong-style hot pot delicacies in the comfort of your own home.
The set menu for two is a must-try, which comes with six types of broths for diners to choose from, such as the nourishing fish soup with tomatoes and papaya, and signature numb and spicy soup; and a wealth of top-shelf ingredients including fried seaweed rolls, fish balls with dried tangerine peel, haodiao chicken, fresh local beef cuts and many more. They are also offering a special set for four persons—highlights on the menu include deep-fried fish skin, beef and vegetable platters, fish maw, oysters... the list goes on.
How to order: Both the set menus for two and four persons are priced at HK$368. Diners can Whatsapp + 852 5402 0239 to make an enquiry for English menus and place an order. Delivery is free for orders over HK$850, and diners can enjoy a 20 per cent discount on self-pickup orders.
Suppa, 2/F, Circle Tower, 28 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 3520 4111; facebook.com/suppahk
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Hot Pot Couple
Treat yourself and your loved ones to an authentic Taiwanese hot pot experience with Hot Pot Couple’s highly tempting delivery menus this winter. Founded in Taiwan in 1985, this Mong Kok restaurant is known as the brand’s very first overseas branch in Asia, which is most famous for its slow-cooked delicacies including the fragrant beef broth that brewed over 12 hours; duck blood jelly; as well as the 48-hour slow-cooked tofu.
Their spicy hot pot set is a must-try for those who want to enjoy intense flavours and mouth-numbing sensation, which features signature spicy broth, premium thinly sliced American sirloin and beef, vegetables, dumplings, deep-fried fish skin, udon, and more. The restaurant is also offering à la carte options such as the nourishing chicken hot pot with fish maw and meatball platter to complement your set.
How to order: The spicy hot pot set is priced at HK$500. Online orders are available here.
Hot Pot Couple, Shop B102, Two Grand Plaza, 625 Nathan Road, Mong Kok, +852 2625 0199; hotcouple.com
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