Times are tough for the F&B industry with another wave of Covid-19 measures that limit their service hours, prompting many to pivot to takeaways in the evening or start offering lunch in lieu of dine-in dinners after 6:00pm. Below is our list of the top Hong Kong restaurants—previously only open at dinner—that have made the change, giving diners a chance to experience their cooking during the day. As always, we encourage everyone dining out to take precautions, practice good hygiene, and to avoid going to restaurants or other public places if they are feeling unwell or have been around others who have been ill themselves.
Simon Rogan’s experimental kitchen, previously open for dinner only, is now operating lunch from Tuesday to Saturday (one seating Tuesday to Friday and two seatings on Saturday), serving a menu priced at HK$880 per person that includes new dishes such as pigeon, red cabbage and blackberry; and earl grey custard tart with bitter orange. The restaurant remains closed on Sunday and Monday. Don't forget that Roganic is operating extended lunch service as well until further notice.