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Where to find Hong Kong’s best dining deals

By Annette Chan 12 July 2021 | Last Updated 14 April 2022

Header image courtesy of Beef & Liberty

Originally published by Annette Chan. Last updated by Min Ji Park.

It’s no secret that Hongkongers are obsessed with food—but chasing down the hottest new openings or working your way through international food neighbourhoods can burn a hole in your wallet. Thankfully, there are plenty of dining promotions to be found around town, from two-for-one deals to deep discounts and free-flow wings, ribs, and mussels, here are some of the best dining deals in Hong Kong. 

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At Belgian beer hall Frites, every day is a deal day. This after-work hotspot has not one, not two, but five different dinner promotions, starting from 5 pm until portions run out.

Head over on Mondays for free-flow mussels in six different flavours at $225 per person, or Tuesdays if you want a whole lobster thermidor and Black Angus steak with poutine at just $295. Get yourself over the hump on Wednesdays with $100 Wagyu burgers with sweet potato fries, or save your appetite for the one-kilogramme USDA baby back ribs that are available at $225 on Thursdays. Come Saturday and Sunday, you can enjoy all-you-can-eat Black Angus steaks with bearnaise butter and fries at just $295 a person.

Frites, locations across Hong Kong

Photo: @tweedlets (via Instagram)

Holy Eats

Other than their famed (and lethal) drinks deals, this Soho favourite also offers some pretty wallet-friendly food promotions, too. Pop by with a pal on Mondays to check out their new Southeast Asian-inspired menu with two-for-one mains, or swing by the next day for the buy-one-get-one-free steaks (and $50 glasses of wine). Missed out during the week? Enjoy two-for-one steaks all night long on Saturdays.

Holy Eats, 23 Elgin Street, Central | (+852) 2890 2892

Photo: Fini’s (via Facebook)


Stone Nullah Tavern and its famous $1 “Beat the Clock” happy hour may be no more, but its spirit lives on in sister brand Fini’s. The casual Italian American eatery does one of our favourite all-you-can-eat deals in town, with unlimited hot wings, fries, and beers coming in at just $109 per person. And it’s not just on once a week or month, either—you can enjoy this promotion between 5 pm to 7 pm from Monday to Friday, barring public holidays.

Psst—looking for more wing nights? We’ve got you.

Fini’s, locations across Hong Kong

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Photo: Beef & Liberty

Beef & Liberty

Just like comedian Will Ferrell, homegrown burger chain Beef & Liberty is all about double trouble—but instead of an irritatingly catchy Eurovision song, theirs is a two-for-one burger deal. Order any burger (except for “The Liberty”) and a drink after 6 pm on Mondays, and you’ll get another burger on the house. Other than The Liberty, the beloved chain offers eight burger options—including the raclette-topped black pepper burger ($138), bacon- and BBQ sauce-topped Notorious P.I.G., and more.

Beef & Liberty, locations across Hong Kong


Smoke & Barrel

Start your week off right at Central smokehouse Smoke & Barrel, where you can enjoy unlimited servings of chef Chris Tuthill’s famous cider-glazed baby back ribs and ice-cold Pabst Blue Ribbon for 90 minutes at $388 a head. The ribs, which are smoked to perfection in an imported hickory wood-fired smoker named “The Beast,” come out fall-off-the-bone tender. Come by on Tuesdays for dinner to get this great deal.

Smoke & Barrel, 32 Wyndham Street, Central | (+852) 2866 2120

Photo: (via Instagram)

Tai Hang Bar & Grill

This pet-friendly neighbourhood eatery in Tai Hang is another purveyor of multi-day deals, with different offers available every weeknight. Mondays bring two-for-one pasta, pizzas, and salads; Tuesday is the time to enjoy a half-slab of baby back ribs with chips, salad, and a bottled beer for $198; get an eight-ounce steak for $198 on Wednesday and add $25 for unlimited fries; Thursday is $150 fajita night; Friday is burger night with all burgers coming with Cajun chips and a drink of your choice for $150.

Tai Hang Bar & Grill, 38 Tung Lo Wan Road, Tai Hang | (+852) 2525 1439

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Photo: Wingman (via Facebook)


Chicken wing specialists Wingman are well known for their $5 wing Wednesdays—but did you know that they offer a free-flow wings deal during the rest of the week? Starting from $128, you can enjoy unlimited servings of their famous chicken wings for 90 minutes—which gives you the perfect chance to try as many of their wide range of flavours as possible.

The two more expensive free-flow options include more flavour options for wings and free-flow beers and soft drinks. If you fancy more alcoholic options, you can also pay an additional $150 charge to get free-flow beer, spirits, Prosecco, and an extra 30 minutes of eating time. To try more of Wingman’s food, then you can opt for the two-hour all-you-can-eat deal, which includes all flavours of wings as well as their wraps, nibbles, and selected small plates for $350.

Wingman, locations across Hong Kong

Photo: Cassio HK (via Facebook)


In addition to the popular nightclub where you can dance the night away, Cassio also offers delicious tapas to keep you fuelled up! Its special Pinch Me! deal comes at $128 a person; for the price, you can get an assortment of pinchos—or small snacks—such as a Spanish omelette and slow-cooked pork belly. Enjoy your pinchos with a happy hour cocktail every Wednesday and Thursday.

Cassio, 2/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central | (+852) 3792 0129


Super Mondays

Finally, the dining deal to end them all—Super Mondays. This collaboration between AsiaXpat, Dining Concepts, and S&S Hospitality allows you to enjoy two for one mains at a different restaurant every Monday as long as you flash a little black Super Mondays card. For a one-off fee of $88, you will get 10 membership cards to distribute to your nearest and dearest—click here to apply. To see which restaurant is participating in the deal, check the Super Mondays Facebook page at the start of every week.

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Annette Chan

Senior editor

Annette is an editor and copywriter with a lifetime of experience in hunting out the most interesting, odd, and delightful things about her beloved home city. Having written extensively about everything from food and culture to fashion, music, and hospitality, she considers her speciality to be Hong Kong itself. In her free time, you can find Annette trying out new dumpling recipes or playing Big Two at her favourite local bars with a cocktail in hand.