Looks like everybody is staying home for the holidays, but where should we get a meal to feed the brood? In Hong Kong, many places are delivering turkeys and meats, but there are vegetarian options and alternative cuisine choices, from Spanish to Chinese, available too. Mott 32 is serving turkey Peking duck-style, while Ammo, positioned inside Asia Society Hong Kong Center, makes one of the most tender turkeys in town. Ovolo’s Veda and Komune are providing relief for herbivores looking for a convenient way to celebrate the holidays with a scrumptious set menu, and City‘super is here to take care of all your essential needs. Scroll down to get inspiration on how to celebrate the holidays at home in style this year. How to make panettone, Hong Kong’s favourite Christmas cake Ammo Ammo has one of the best complete, home-delivered meals this holiday season: The Party Turkey Set (HK$2,180, US$281). The turkey is brined overnight and marinated with lemon and assorted herbs, including thyme, sage and parsley, to add flavour and tenderise the meat. Stuffed with a delicious mix of onions, Italian sausages and herbs, the bird is then roasted for two hours. Scrumptious sides include maple purple potato mash, roasted Brussels sprouts with pancetta, and three-cheese brown butter truffle-baked macaroni. www.ammo.com.hk/shop Mott 32 For a twist on the usual flavours, folks can opt for Cantonese restaurant Mott 32’s Peking Turkey Menu (HK$1,880), for a non-traditional take on a Christmas feast. A whole turkey is served three ways; Peking duck-style with all the accompaniments, then minced turkey cups served on a prawn cracker, then as a shredded turkey salad in a cranberry dressing. A Christmas set menu is also available for those with a hankering for the classics. It includes a whole roasted turkey and all the fixings including Brussels sprouts and a yule log. bbot.menu/mott32hongkongpickup How chefs stuck in Hong Kong are bringing their own Christmas traditions to the table Mr Brown This Wan Chai smoke and grill house is offering awesome smoked meats with hearty sides. Starters include a selection of Iberico pork muffins, Mr Brown’s signature whipped mackerel with ikura, house made pretzel bread and corn fritters served with aioli and cheddar. Christmas doesn’t just have to be about turkey of course (though they have one for HK$1800), Mr Brown also offers turkey, beef brisket with barbecue sauce and pickles, or a rack of pork ribs with black garlic and apple all for HK$100 per person. email@example.com Veda and Komune No need to scratch your head wondering how to cater for your veggie friends this holiday period – Ovolo Central and Southside’s restaurants have dedicated themselves to the herbivores of Hong Kong. Veda is offering a four-course festive menu for four (HK$1,300) that includes Panipuri with roasted pumpkin and chickpeas and spinach and ricotta, Nepali-style momos. Meanwhile, Komune on Southside has prepared a holiday menu (HK$1,500) that includes roasted purple cauliflower with olives and red pesto as well as butternut squash with mushrooms and halloumi cheese. ovolohotels.com/ovolo/central/veda komune.com.hk Indulgent Christmas gift ideas for the gourmand in your life Ciao Chow Central’s go-to address for Italian comfort food is offering a more flexible option this Christmas by allowing diners to order a whole turkey (HK$1,800) to take home without the sides. For those who prefer to spend more time relaxing, Ciao Chow offers a slew of delicious, ready-made sides for an additional HK$500 including mashed butternut squash, garlic and chilli-sautéed bacon and French beans in shallot dressing. delivery.lkfe.com City’super Everybody’s go-to supermarket hasn’t let us down at Christmas either. Apart from City’super’s extensive range of hams and cheeses, the stores are also offering tailor-made party sets to jazz up your Christmas feast. Luxurious options include Family Fiesta (HK$2,888); the Lobster Set (HK$3,688), an indulgent extravaganza for lobster lovers; and the Joyful Set (HK$4,988) for large parties of 10 or above that has something of an East-meets-West buffet flavour and several Japanese-style appetisers. www.citysuper.com.hk 22 Ships One of our most favourite tapas establishments is dishing up a festive feast with Spanish flair. The holiday menu (HK$3,098) for four includes mouth-watering items such as Spanish cold cuts and cheese, extra large Carabineros prawns, lobster, red snapper, suckling pig and even their famous burnt Basque cheesecake. www.jiacatering.com Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .