Taiwanese food delivery in Hong Kong

Order food online from Taiwanese restaurants near you

Taiwanese food is absolutely delicious, featuring plenty of fruity flavours like pineapple, hearty rice and sumptuous sauces. If you've never tried traditional Taiwanese beef noodle soup, stinky tofu, bubble tea and oyster pancakes, for instance, you've never lived! Taiwanese cuisine is very popular in Hong Kong, and we wanted to make it as easy as possible for you to grab a Taiwanese delivery at any time of day.

Enjoy the unique flavours of Taiwanese cuisine, delivered direct to your door

To serve your daily needs, we've created a list of the most delectable Taiwanese themed restaurants in the region for you to browse. Here, you will find popular local favourites such as Yuan is Here and The Night Market (a brilliant place to order street food online with its fabulous beef noodles and slow cooked pork belly, among other dishes). Other great options on the list include Grand Hill Taiwanese Restaurant (which is perfect for a special occasion as it boasts many elegant dishes such as sauteed satay pumpkin and clam and pigs feet stewed in wine), and the fun and fabulous dessert and sandwich joint called Coffee Alley. These are just a few of the options on offer here: there is so much more to discover, so jump right in!

Find the perfect Taiwanese food for any occasion with our restaurant list

Taiwanese cuisine will brighten up any occasion, formal or casual. Meeting a friend for a chat at home, for instance? Grab a bubble tea delivery and get the conversation flowing! If you have never tried bubble tea before, you are in for a real treat, and you can choose between fruit and milk tea depending on what your preferences are, and top things off with tapioca balls in all flavours from lychee to matcha. In need of something ultra tasty and very quick to keep you going at work? Order street food online and get a plate of beef noodles, or a contemporary Taiwanese style sandwich delivered to your desk. Treat your partner to a candlelit dinner of crispy Taiwanese chicken with salt and some scrumptious pineapple cake to round things off.