Order their signature Michelin-starred Cantonese dishes translated into a cook-at-home feast, available for delivery. The Occasions by Hakkasan signature box is packed with classic Hakkasan fare and includes a selection of some of their most popular dim sum; grilled Chilean sea bass in honey; smoked beef ribs with Jasmine tea; Hakka noodles; and stir-fried baby broccoli.The dishes are individually packaged and delivered complete with clear, easy to follow instructions along with your very own dim sum basket and Hakkasan chopsticks, as well as sticks of Hakkasan’s instantly recognisable incense and a link to a specially curated Sounds of Hakkasan playlist. The Occasions by Hakkasan box costs £200 for 2 people. Pictured.
A meal kit put together by the BAO team and Lee Tiernan of the much-yearned-for Black Axe Mangal. There’s not just deeply potent stuffed steamed buns on offer, but beer and exclusive merchandise too, featuring Death and the signature BAO man. It’s a limited edition Made-By-You kit with six Reuban inspired baos with a filling of ox tongue, rarebit, sauerkraut, Frenchie’s mustard, dill pickled cucumber, and spicy crispy shallots. There are just 500 kits in total - each costs £50 and serves two.
And in other collaboration news, the latest guest resident at Mortimer House is east London landmark Pidgin. The Homing Pidgin delivery service will fly out from Mortimer House for the next two months, prepared by Pidgin’s James Ramsden, Sam Herlihy and team. The European menu is complemented by selected wines, chosen by the Mortimer House experts. The £25pp three-course Homing Pidgin menu changes weekly, kicking off with radicchio & fennel salad with stracciatella, braised pork belly with kimchi polenta cake & wilted barese, and Sangiovese poached quince with Arbequina olive oil custard & beremeal crumble.
The Sri Lankan restaurant Paradise has launched Hōtal Paradise, meal kits available nationally. Inspired by the street cafes located on the streets of Colombo and Galle, known as ‘hotels’ (local pronunciation; Hōtal) expect a fiery Sri Lankan menu with dishes such as potato, pea & raw green mango patty empanadas with tamarind mayo; Northern spiced pork belly skewers and green tea and jasmin cucumber, radish & chilli capsicum pickles. It's priced at £55 for two people, and also comes with a link to a Radio Paradise playlist.
The sourdough pizza brand launched by the Flor and Lyle’s team with Pamela Yung, has launched a guest chef series and they’ve got some big names from around the world lined up for it. It’s kicking off with Nick Bramham of Quality Wines and new delivery brand Arrosto, who’s doing a white-based Hawaiian, with comedian Aziz Ansari, Matty Matheson of Toronto’s Maker Pizza (who did a collab with Yard Sale in 2019) and Italian chef Agata Felluga also having a pizz’a the action. The pizzas, are changing weekly, and available for takeaway from Flor and for delivery, and as either a whole pie or by the slice.