Cover This uni and caviar tart from Ecriture is guaranteed to make your Valentine swoon (Photo: Courtesy of Ecriture)

A night out on the town is off the agenda this Valentine’s Day—but you can still make the most out of it with a takeaway from some of Hong Kong’s top restaurants

If you’re looking stay in with your significant other this Valentine's Day, we have a hassle-free solution for you. Here are some of the best Valentine’s Day takeaway menus on offer: all you have to do is set the table, light some candles, et voilà—romantic night in, sorted. 

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Lobster Bar and Grill

Island Shangri-La’s Lobster Bar and Grill recently launched an online takeaway and delivery service, offering the establishment’s beloved seafood, burgers and desserts.

Take your pick of gourmet pies: fish pie with whole lobster, beef bourguignon cottage pie and triple chocolate mud pie, to name a few.

Orders must be placed 24 hours in advance. Learn more about the menu here.

Louise

Louise is offering caviar, lobster, and champagne this Valentine’s day. The set for two includes five courses, with the option to add champagne to your menu.

To start, you’ll begin with 50 grams of Oscietra caviar served with condiments and blinis. This is followed by a Brittany blue lobster bisque, and a roasted Hong Kong yellow chicken as the main dish, paired with Niigata rice ‘en cocotte’ and salad. To finish, you’ll be enjoying a Le Fraiser Louise—a delicious strawberry cake.

Louise’s Valentine’s day menu is available for delivery and pick up from 5:30pm to 8pm on February 14. Learn more about the menu here.

Ecriture

Ecriture’s specially created heart-shaped tart with caviar and uni will add pizzazz to any Valentine’s Day meal at home.

The creation is made with of Royal Caviar Club Schrenckii caviar, Hokkaido sea urchin, kabu bavaroise and beurre blanc in a buckwheat tart shell. 

Available for pick up on February 13 and 14. Learn more about the tart here

Poem

Balinese restaurant Poem is offering a Valentine’s Day menu bringing the flavours of the Island of Gods straight to your dining table. 

On the menu, you’ll find a Jimbaran pan-seared red prawns with caramelised banana shallots; slow-cooked pork belly with fennel salad; a roasted red snapper; char-grilled striploin with traditional island-style risotto and crispy garlic; and a dessert that will be a “chef’s surprise”, to name some of the dishes on offer.

Poem’s Valentine’s day menu is available for delivery and pick up from February 11 to 14 with one day notice. Learn more about the menu here.

Feather and Bone

Calling all home chefs—Feather and Bone will be making your job easier with its Valentine’s Surf n’ Turf set, which comes with raw ingredients and cooking instructions.

The package includes two prime Australian grass-fed tenderloin, two jet-fresh Boston lobster tails, as well as the option to add caviar and a bottle of Duval-Leroy champagne.

Available from now to February 14. Learn more about the set here

Roganic

One-Michelin-starred Roganic offers a Valentine’s Day menu filled with delectable dishes: think uni custard with caviar, citrus-cured salmon, beef short rib, king oyster mushroom black garlic, and dessert to boot. 

Available for collection on February 13 to 14 from Roganic from 3:30pm to 6pm. Learn more by contacting Roganic

Ami

Ami’s Valentine’s Day special offers the likes of caviar with chestnut bread and creme fraiche, onion and black truffle tart and Japanese wagyu beef tenderloin.

Order 24 hours in advance for delivery or pick up. Learn more about Ami At Home here

Zuma

Zuma’s Valentine’s Day takeaway menu includes much-loved Japanese classics like semi-fatty tuna sashimi and miso-marinated black cod, as well as a chocolate fondant and hazelnut praline dessert. 

Delivery available within the HKU to Happy Valley area. Learn more about Zuma’s Valentine’s day menu here.

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