Wok your taste buds to Hong Kong with GrabFood.

There are 100 Reasons to Miss Hong Kong – the hustle and bustle, the shopping, the breath-taking harbour view, the great outdoors amidst the skyscrapers, the city that never sleeps, and most of all, the delicious food. 

What’s the food you miss most in Hong Kong? Is it dim sum? Could it be polo bun? Or is it the Hong Kong-famous baked cheese rice? Mou man tai, we’ve got your cravings covered! You can find them all on GrabFood. Order now and enjoy FREE delivery with promo code:

IMISSHK

In collaboration with the Hong Kong Tourism Board, we’re excited to present to you a list of participating restaurants serving authentic Hong Kong delicacies on GrabFood: 

And more!
*some restaurants may not be available in all cities.

Jeng mou? Wait no more, get your Hong Kong food cravings fixed today.


Terms and conditions:

  1. Promotion is valid from 12 Oct – 1 Nov 2020.
  2. This promotion only valid for orders made on GrabFood for Klang Valley, Ipoh, Penang, Kuching, Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, Johor Bahru, Melaka, Kuantan.
  3. User must enter promo code “IMISSHK” at checkout to be entitled to enjoy FREE delivery, minimum spend RM20 (up to RM5 off) for your GrabFood order. 
  4. Promo code “IMISSHK” limited to orders from “HK Free Delivery” category only, from selected merchants.
  5. Promotion is limited to 1 redemption per user/device per day during the campaign period. 
  6. Limited redemption available daily.
  7. Promotion is not valid for self pick-up option.
  8. Promotion is valid for new or existing users.
  9. Promotion is not valid with any other vouchers or promotions.
  10. Grab reserves the right to alter, extend or terminate the deal, or amend the terms and conditions at its sole discretion at any time without prior notice. In case of any disputes directly or indirectly arising from the deal, the decision of Grab shall be final.
  11. These terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of Malaysia and any dispute arising out of or in connection with promotion shall be referred to the exclusive jurisdiction.