Nine creative gourmet takeaways in Hong Kong

 Écriture A La Maison

Écriture is presenting diners a 2-Michelin-starred takeaway and delivery experience highlighting hand-selected premium ingredients from France. Curated by executive chef Maxime Gilbert, guests can now choose from six different set menus depending on the occasion and party size, as well as a much-expanded menu of a la carte options to enjoy at home.

The a la carte takeaway and delivery menu features some of Gilbert’s finest signature dishes such as paté en croute (HK$298) made with Mieral Bresse chicken, Basque country milk-fed veal sweetbread, foie gras, and herb salad; Wagyu Beef Sando (HK$888) with homemade milk bread and spicy tomato sauce; caviar & uni tart (HK$998-HK$1,988) featuring Royal caviar Club Schrenckii caviar, Hokkaido sea urchin, kabu bavaroise, beurre blanc, and buckwheat tart shell; Pyrenees Confit Baby Lamb Shoulder (HK$858), slow-cooked over 12 hours and served with potato gratin dauphinois; and Kouign Amann (HK$68), a traditional French pastry dessert served with Issigny sour cream. Wine orders for takeaway or delivery is now offering a 25% discount to top up the experience.

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