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10 online delivery services for meat & seafood in Hong Kong

By Jenny Leung 13 September 2018 | Last Updated 3 October 2019

Header image courtesy of Wesual Click (Shutterstock)

Originally published by Jenny Leung. Last updated by Ching Yuen.

Are your kitchen cupboards crying out to be refilled, but the thought of tackling the supermarket crowds is too much to handle? Don’t worry, because grocery delivery services are flourishing in Hong Kong, and we are here to ease the burden in one simple click. Whether you’re looking to order set ingredients for a slap-up meal to cook at home, restock your shelves with the basics, or simply fill up your wine cabinet for the weekend, they’ve got you covered.

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Aussie Meat

This Australian meat brand and online butcher delivers premium quality Australian and New Zealand fresh meat and ocean-catch seafood across Hong Kong. Five per cent of their profits are donated to Hong Kong charities, so it’s all meat with a good cause!

Owned and operated by Australians, Aussie Meat strives to deliver restaurant-quality, grass-fed, organic, naturally-farmed, free-range, hormone-free, and antibiotic-free premium meats and ocean-caught seafood from Australian and New Zealand farms, jet fresh to your home or office. 

How much: Delivery costs $70, or free with orders over $700

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Farmer’s Market

Why spend hours shopping around for a decent butcher when Farmer’s Market has it all? As Hong Kong’s number one online butcher, Farmer’s Market offers a wide range of quality meats including 100 percent grass-fed beef and lamb, free-range chicken, salmon, duck, and much more. Sourcing only high quality, sustainable, and traceable meat products from Australia and other parts of the world, these folks will deliver whatever meats you're looking for right to your doorstep, five days a week. If you order online before 12 pm on a weekday, you’ll even get next day delivery!

How much: Delivery costs $50, or free with orders over $500

Meat Market

Fancy a steak? Meat Market delivers top-quality imported meats throughout Hong Kong. Shop online for the best cuts of beef, lamb, pork, or poultry, and enjoy home delivery from Monday to Saturday. All meat is delivered fresh, so you can choose what you want to eat straight away and what you want to pop in the freezer for another day. With bulk orders on offer, this is the perfect partner when you’re planning a big BBQ.

How much: Delivery costs $30, or free with orders over $500

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Eat The Kiwi

Want high-quality, home-delivered groceries at a great value? Eat The Kiwi is the one-stop-shop for you. They work directly with farmers and producers to cut out the middleman, guaranteeing better prices and more savings to share with their shoppers! Their online supermarket offers over 350 products, including fruits, vegetables, free-range meats, sustainably-sourced seafood, and more. All of their icepacks and boxes are recyclable, and they also use Woolcool’s environmentally responsible thermal insulating packaging to line their boxes to keep their produce frosty fresh. If that’s not cool enough, their packaging is also biodegradable, compostable, and sealed in recyclable food-grade HDPE!

How much: Delivery costs $80, or free with orders over $1,000

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If you’re looking for the finer things in life without the heart-stopping price tags, Profood is the obvious choice. Sourcing high-quality deli and seafood products, from Iberico Bellota to lobster sauce, ethical food production and sustainable sourcing are at the very heart of this online delivery service.

With $80 off your first order, it would be silly not to browse the rest of the website—pick up some cheese, a bottle of wine or two, and maybe even some kitchen accessories. To top it all off, Profood offer next day delivery so you can admire all your new purchases in the blink of an eye.

How much: Delivery costs $70, or free with orders over $300

Feather & Bone

Launched by the founders of the popular Three Butchers online deli, Feather & Bone brings the same top-quality, 100 percent grass-fed meat sourced directly from Australian farmers to the heart of Hong Kong. Through its online shop, you can order premium cuts of meat hand-sliced by its butcher as well as a hand-picked selection of seasonal fruits and vegetables imported from Europe and the US.

How much: Delivery costs $100, or free with orders over $500

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Jett Foods

From prime cuts of beef, lamb, chicken, and pork to top-quality, imported seafood at reasonable prices, Jett Foods is a one-stop-shop for premium food delivered straight to your door. It offers condiments and veggies to go with your meaty treats, and if you don’t know your sirloin from your rib eye, their Meat Manual will help you figure it out. Jett Foods delivers between Monday and Saturday to most areas in Hong Kong including Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the New Territories, as well as Tung Chung—and even the Airport!

How much: Delivery costs $80, or free with orders over $700


It all started when a Swedish-Filipino mother-daughter duo who believe that food brings a family together decided to take things into their own hands. Tenderloin was established by taking into account the difficulties that mums encounter in trying to feed a household healthily without breaking the bank and providing a solution for them. With quality meats and produce, Tenderloin also guarantees total satisfaction, if customers are unhappy with the products, they can be cheerfully replaced or refunded.

How much: Delivery costs $80, or free with orders over $700

South Stream Market

Buying fresh meat and seafood in Hong Kong is not always the easiest, and even if you're brave enough to head down to the wet markets, communicating with the butcher might have you ending up in a bad game of charades. Instead, opt for South Stream Market. Offering the highest quality of fresh meat and seafood, where customers can choose exactly how they want their cut, along with an array of other fresh produce and standard grocery items, these folks know what it takes to be in the business for so long (almost 30 years)! To top it all off, South Stream Market also have their own delivery team to make sure that their customers will always get the freshest imported goods.

How much: Delivery costs $55 on orders over a minimum of $300, and free on orders over $500

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Biltong Chief

If you’re in the market for some gamier meat, healthy cuts, or protein snacks, then Biltong Chief will be able to help you! Their wide range of quality butchered products include affordably priced and sustainable beef, lamb, seafood, and poultry, prepared barbecue meats that you can slap directly onto the grill, as well as Hong Kong’s widest selection of farm-style beef, lamb, pork, and venison sausages, including boerewors.

What sets these guys apart is that they also stock biltong made from either grass-fed beef or free-range kudu, and free-range venison charcuterie from sustainable, wild antelope and game, imported fresh from South Africa—something for which Hong Kong’s expanding South African community will no doubt be thankful!

How much: Next-day delivery costs $50; use the promo code LOCALIIZ10 to enjoy 10% off your order until the end of August 2021

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Jenny Leung

Senior editor

Born in Hong Kong and raised in the UK, Jenny grew up with the best of both worlds. She loves just about anything to do with music and doesn’t shy away from belting out a tune or two when it comes to karaoke. If she’s not out and about exploring the city and practising her photography skills, she’s probably tucked up in bed with a book or glued to her laptop doing her online shopping.