Nine creative gourmet takeaways in Hong Kong

 Restaurant Petrus

“Shangri-La To Go” is the new initiative of the five-star hotel group to transform its outlets’ signature premium food and beverage experiences in reliable takeaway and delivery options.

Restaurant Petrus has introduced a Michelin-starred French fine dining menu for homebound customers. Available in three to five-course set menus, customers simply need to heat up and garnish the dishes according to the instructions provided by the chef. Price for each menu starts from HK$1,088 per guest.

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