Pirata Group: Introducing PirataMart
Your neighbourhood supply line for Good Food and Good Moods, serving delicious, cooked meals from some of your favourite Pirata Group restaurants to groceries and other essential ingredients
Hong Kong`s curator of extraordinary, memorable experiences, Pirata Group, continues to adapt to the challenging times facing Hong Kong with an innovative new offering. In response to continued work-from-home and empty supermarket shelves for many, Pirata Group is introducing PirataMart a friendly neighbourhood supply line for good food and good moods. Starting today and for the next few weeks, chefs will be preparing a gourmet feast menu, chef-made dishes and groceries available for takeaway and pick-up at selective restaurants.
Guests can elevate their nighttime at-home dining experience with Pirata Feast, a limited time takeaway menu featuring some signature and delicious chef-made dishes from a handful of selected Pirata Group restaurants, such as Pirata, The Optimist, TokyoLima, Meats and Chaiwala. Guests are able to order all their favourites on one convenient platform and choose to pick up all at one specific restaurant in either Soho (Meats), Sheung Wan (Honjo) or Hennessy Road (The Optimist), making it a breeze to enjoy your favourite dishes at home.
In addition to the classics, Pirata Group`s recently opened Italian restaurant in Taikoo, La Favorita is also joining PirataMart, providing guests with work-from-home meals that will have them singing with delight in line with the venue`s theatrical design and character. Visit La Favorita Takeaway
Remarking on Pirata Group`s launch of PirataMart, Co-Founder and CEO Manuel Palacio said “We know grocery stores are absolutely crazy right now and manysincluding restaurants, supermarkets are adjusting their operation time and closing earlier, we are trying to make it as easy as possible for our guests to get food and able to restock. We are finding different ways to still be able to bring joy to guests and serve them, while creating meaningful impact in our beloved home Hong Kong during these difficult times.”