Retro ‘Old School’ Hong Kong Bar and Restaurant

LEE Lo Mei

Launches Takeaway Menu for Home or Office

Nostalgic restaurant in Lyndhurst Terrace, Central

launches takeaways from noon-10pm from Tuesday to Saturday

Quirky ‘retro-Hong Kong’ restaurant and bar LEE Lo Mei has launched a new takeaway menu for lunches and dinners. With more people dining at home and in the office, the nostalgic dining place in the heart of Central at Lyndhurst Terrace offers both individual dishes and sets for 2-4 people to share.

Available from noon to 10pm from Tuesday to Saturday, the new takeaway menu can be ordered with a 10% discount for self-pickup, ordered directly at (852) 2896-7688.

Online orders and delivery via Deliveroo, Ritual and OpenRice will commence from 21 April 2020.

Classic Hong Kong Favourites

Six classic Hong Kong favourites in large individual portions, including daily soup, have been reimagined for health-conscious times by Michelin restaurant-trained Director of Culinary & Operation Max Lee – incorporating premium nutritious ingredients with extensive preparation and latest sophisticated cooking techniques.

Seafood Fried Rice with XO Sauce (HK$98) is an ‘old-school’ classic with premium seafood and homemade XO sauce; and Flat Rice Noodles, Braised Spanish Pork Cartilage and Soy Egg (HK$118) is another nostalgic favourite from prized imported ingredients. Black Truffle and Egg Tofu Fried Rice (HK$118) is an east-meets-west vegetarian option, with ‘tofu scallops’ nicknamed for their resemblance to seafood, while low in calories yet rich in calcium, protein and iron, guarding against colon cancer and heart diseases. Red Curry with Chicken and Crunchy Rice (HK$98) brings an alternative crunchy texture to traditional steamed rice, with potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits from curcumin in curry.

Sautéed Local Free-range Chicken with Sesame Oil, Rice Wine and Soy Sauce, paired with Pumpkin and Shiitake Mushroom Rice (HK$98) is a healthy elixir with free-range chicken; while vegetarian option Sautéed Salted Egg Yolk, Egg Tofu and Black Fungus, paired with Pumpkin and Shiitake Rice (HK$98) is highly nutritious and rich in vitamins and antioxidants.

Optional healthy add-ons to main course choices are headlined by classic Chinese ‘soul food’ Homemade Stewed Chicken Soup with Cordyceps Flower, Chinese Yam and Wolfberry (HK$38) and Stir-fried Broccoli or Pak Choi with Garlic (HK$58), along with selected wines and beers also available for takeaway.

Takeaway Sets for Two or Four

Takeaway sets are meanwhile priced HK$238 for two or HK$388 for four.

The 4-course set at HK$238 for two features two portions of Homemade Chicken Soup with Cordyceps Flower, Chinese Yam and Wolfberry and Stir-fried Broccoli with Garlic with a choice of two dishes from Sautéed Local Free-range Chicken & Pumpkin and Shiitake Mushroom Rice; Sautéed Salted Egg Yolk, Egg Tofu and Black Fungus & Pumpkin and Shiitake Rice; Chicken Red Curry and Crunchy Rice; or Seafood Fried Rice with XO Sauce.

The 6-course set for four is identical except twice as substantial for just an extra HK$150, with four soups, broccoli and four main dishesone or more of Sautéed Local Free-range Chicken & Pumpkin and Shiitake Mushroom Rice; Sautéed Salted Egg Yolk, Egg Tofu and Black Fungus & Pumpkin and Shiitake Rice; Chicken Red Curry and Crunchy Rice; and Seafood Fried Rice with XO Sauce.

LEE Lo Mei is ZS Hospitality Group’s quirkiest concept paying homage to Hong Kong culinary culture, reimagining popular street food with innovative techniques for unmistakably nostalgic flavours. Named after a popular Cantonese profanity which also translates into “LEE’s Delicious Food”, the restaurant is also renowned for signature cocktails by an all-star team of mixologists

Ushering in a new interior look and feel over two levels, a total of 2,700 sq ft, LEE Lo Mei is inspired by the roaring 1960’s. Behind a signature turquoise exterior, a yellow, green and beige interior is styled with a retro vibe of dark wood furnishing, upholstered old-school booths and round bar tables.

Striking floor-to-ceiling paintings tell a love story of the founders set in 1960’s Hong Kong – from Mr and Miss Lee coyly catching eyes in Central at dusk, to their first date to a re-imagined LEE Lo Mei in Soho for a romantic meal. The artwork romance concludes with Mr Lee bidding his date farewell as she hops into a vintage red taxi.

Sunday and Monday: Closed

Tuesday to Saturday: 12:00 noon – 12:00 am

Kitchen Last Order: 10:30 pm

 

Happy Hours:

Sunday and Monday: Closed

Tuesday to Friday: 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Saturday: 12:00 noon – 12:00 am

 

LEE Lo Mei Contact Details:

Address: G/F – 1/F, 8 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong

Telephone: +852 2896 7688

Email: dine@leelomei.hk

Website: leelomei.hk

Facebook: facebook.com/LEELoMeibyZS/

Instagram: instagram.com/leelomei_zs/