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Hungry and homebound? Essential food delivery in Beijing

You deserve a treat

Photo: Hulu by TRB
While going out for a nice meal doesn't sound 100% viable at the moment, a great deal of Beijing restaurants has taken to waimai, offering more accessible options for those hunkering down at home. Whatever your heart desires, they've got it all, from wholesome brunch sets to splurge-worthy steak frites. You pick the restaurant, they'll deliver. Read below for our picks.

Hulu By TRB

Hulu has launched its very own delivery service bringing their menu of a wide gamut of dishes straight to your door. On par with the quality of food and service you’d expect on-site, delivery is handled by their trusty in-house team, and it’s safe to say they’ve got everything, from meal-prepping to the delivery down to a T. Choose from their extensive menu swinging from haute French classics to pub fare, as well as their new power lunch menu. 

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Hulu , 19 Sanlitun Bei Lu 19 Feb - 30 May

The Bakeshop

In addition to daily delivery for fresh bagels, cookies, sourdough and other carb-licious breakfast delights, popular Gulou bakery The Bake Shop has rolled out new brunch sets that are sure to get you into the weekend mood. Best tackled with a pal or two, enjoy your choice of bread with all the spreads and toppings you can get your hands on, from cured salmon, cherry tomato, cream cheese, avocado to pesto. 

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The Orchid , 65 Baochao Hutong 24 Feb - 05 May

Hatsune

Get your sushi fix at home from Hatsune's delivery menu, which boasts all varieties of Japanese favourites and a host of lunch sets, from sushi and sashimi combos to ramen, udon noodle and other rice dishes. Free in-house delivery for orders within one km radius.

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Hatsune (隐泉日本料理) (Sanlitun) , 19 Sanlitun Lu 24 Feb - 30 Apr

Meat by Ernest

Find all manners of splurge-worthy hunks of meat from Shunyi steakhouse Meat by Ernest. Sink your teeth into their top-notch dry-aged American rib-eye steak (400RMB), or the all house-made charcuteries (560RMB). And feed your inner carnivore with the grilled house-made sausages (98RMB) and black label burger with a dry-aged beef patty (125RMB).

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Meat by Ernest , 18 Yufeng Lu 24 Feb - 30 Apr

Frasca

The Opposite House's newly unveiled Italian eatery is also getting in on some waimai action. Menu highlights include pinsa, an oval-shaped Roman-style pizza, as well as a myriad of pasta dishes and desserts such as pistachio Napoleon cake and tiramisu.

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The Opposite House , 11 Sanlitun Lu 24 Feb - 30 Apr
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