Don’t let social restrictions get in the way of love! There are plenty of romantic ways to share a meal with that special someone in Hong Kong for Valentine’s Day, whether a picnic at the park or an intimate meal at home. To really boost your game, here are eight awesome takeaway or delivery options from some of the most opulent eateries in town. 1. Arbor Two Michelin-starred Arbor is offering its signature pigeon foie gras pie (HK$1,200 or US$155) for takeaway. This delightful main course can serve two to four people and comes with simple reheating instructions. Upgrade your Arbor experience by adding a miso seaweed brioche (HK$80) with soy sauce butter or the establishment’s famous madeleines (HK$40) to make your evening truly special. 25/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central, Central How do you drink somaek, the K-drama cocktail staple? 2. Roganic Simon Rogan at Home is back! For Valentine’s Day, Roganic has prepared a romantic meal designed for those who want to celebrate at home. Priced at HK$2,000 and serving two, the takeaway meal includes exclusive dishes such as celeriac soup with parsley oil and cheese sauce, uni custard with caviar, beef short rib and truffle creamed potato, an apple tart with blackberries with caramel sauce and more. UG/F 08, Sino Plaza, 255 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay 3. The Mira Hong Kong If you’re planning to celebrate Valentine’s Day at home this season, the Valentine’s Love Bites (HK$688) food delivery at The Mira Hong Kong has got you covered. The delivery menu features chargrilled lobster, heart-shaped Canadian pork loin and Australian beef tenderloin hearts – even a bottle of wine is included. End on an extra-special sweet note: for another HK$100, you can upgrade dessert to a mini chocolate smash cake by Bombshell. 118-130 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui Hong Kong’s 5 most unusual staycations – from yoga yacht to stargazing dome 4. Conrad Hong Kong If you can’t go to brunch, then let brunch come to you. The famous brunch at Nicholini’s at Conrad Hong Kong is now available as a picnic basket that can accommodate up to four people (HK$2,688). Highlights of the package include Boston lobster, Canadian snow crab legs, whole rotisserie chicken, honey glazed ham and more. 88 Queensway, Admiralty 5. Kinship A picnic basket (HK$1,000) filled with a delicious dinner for two is available at Kinship. Delicious menu items include seared nordic salmon with fried aubergine purée, salmon eggs, shiso, pickled enoki mushrooms, and Okinawan pork loin with fennel and harissa ketchup, fennel remoulade, pork and sage sauce. The best bit? Trimmings to set the mood are included such as a bottle of bubbles, two champagne flutes, rose petals, LED lights and more. 3/F, LL Tower, 2 Shelley Street, Central Where to eat in Hong Kong in February – expect tastes of Italy and Japan 6. Kyoto Joe For a special day with an Asian flavour, opt for the seven-course Valentine’s Day menu (HK$1,960) at Kyoto Joe, available for pick up or delivery from February 12 to 15. Sink your teeth into sous vide abalone, slow-cooked abalone in Japanese-style and served with salmon roe; Hokkaido crabmeat, spinach topped with sakura salad; sashimi mori with king prawn, toro , buri , and salmon with caviar, and much more. 23/F, California Tower, 30-36 D’Aguilar Street, Central 7. Vive Cake Boutique Show your sweet side with the selection of cakes just for Valentine’s Day at Vive Cake Boutique. Try the Luv Lu at First Bite (HK$980, one pound) topped with two blushing lovebirds or the Love Momentum (HK$880, one pound) with fresh pink lily and white lisianthus. Take your pick from red velvet, Earl Grey, rich chocolate, banana cake with chocolate buttercream and crunchies, or vanilla sponge cake with mango and yuzu mousse. Shop 3, 1/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central Michelin movers: which Hong Kong restaurants earned their first star? 8. Ms B’s Cakery Let the queen of desserts punctuate your perfect Valentine’s Day celebration. Cake creations that are guaranteed to impress include Pretty In Pink (HK$1,080) that is made with refreshing fresh cream elderflower chiffon cake with lychee mousse on a crisp crunch base. Or try the Crimson Blush (HK$920), a pink guava cake with chiffon sponge, jelly, mousse and cream on a crispy white chocolate wafer crust. Shop 202, One Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .