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Casa Lisboa brunch spread
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Ultimate guide to weekend brunch in Hong Kong

A definitive list of Hong Kong’s must-try weekend brunches

By Time Out Hong Kong

Brunch in Hong Kong is the ultimate weekend indulgence, with excellent food and bevvies to boot. With diners’ options ranging from humble eggs benedict and pancakes to mouthwatering fry-ups and everything in between, it’s hard to know where to start. Whether it’s free-flow champagne or #yolkporn you’re after, this is your definitive guide to Hong Kong’s best brunches. 

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Brunch in Hong Kong

brunch club and supper
Photograph: Brunch Club & Supper

Brunch Club & Supper

Restaurants Wan Chai

What: This intimate place serves up a whole bunch of brunch faves, as the name would suggest. There’s everything from eggs benedict to pancakes as well as a mixed grill or the Brunch Club croque monsieur. There’s plenty of cocktails and smoothies on offer too.

When: Monday to Sunday, 9am to 10.30pm

Price: À la carte from $86

Buenos Aires Polo Club
Photograph: Courtesy Buenos Aires Polo Club

Buenos Aires Polo Club

Restaurants Steakhouse Lan Kwai Fong

What: On entering, you’re greeted by a teetering tower of freshly baked pastries, loaves of bread, cakes and sweets in the lounge area. Next up is an egg station where chefs create tailored egg dishes – then stuffed omelettes with fillings like chorizo and provoleta cheese. There’s even a seafood bar packed with fresh oysters and house-cured salmon, plus a selection of charcuterie, cheeses, andhouse-cured roast beef.

When: Sunday, 11am to 3pm

Price: $398 food only; $588 for free-flow fresh juices, teas and coffee; $788 for above and Ayala Brut Majeur NV Champagne, free-flow house wines, beers, and cocktails

Casa Lisboa brunch spread
Photograph: Courtesy Casa Lisboa

Casa Lisboa Portuguese Restaurant & Bar

Restaurants Portuguese Central

What: Taste some of the flavours of Iberia with this Portuguese-themed brunch. Kick things off with garlic octopus, clams in white wine, and codfish cakes before tucking into your pick of mains including slow-roasted suckling pig and Portuguese seafood rice. Satisfy your sweet tooth with an order of sawdust pudding, drunken pear in port, Portuguese biscuit cake or pineapple ravioli.

When: Saturday and Sunday, 12pm to 2.30pm

Price: $388 for two hours free-flow: Non-alcoholic ($88); alcoholic beverages ($150)

duddell's brunch spread
Photograph: Courtesy Duddell's


Restaurants Chinese Central

What: The Weekend Salon Brunch at Duddell's is an uncomplicated affair. Enjoy an all-you-can-eat dim sum from the order sheet. There are loads to choose from, including steamed barbecued iberico pork buns. Non-dim sum offerings include fried beef ribs, soups, e-fu noodles and Chinese desserts.

When: Saturday, Sunday, and public holidays, 12pm to 3pm

Price: $788 with free-flow Veuve Clicquot champagne, selected cocktails, red and white wine, beer and soft drinks

The Envoy brunch
Photograph: Courtesy The Envoy

The Envoy

Bars and pubs Cocktail bars Central

What: Inspired by British cuisine and flavours from around the world, The Envoy's all-you-can-order brunch provides eight small plates to pick from including butter chicken lollipops, spiced tuna wonton cups and the pulled pork mini burger. They also offer vegetarians dishes like octopus salad and a nine vegetable ragout. For mains, choose between Steak & Fries, bangers and mash, black truffle spaghetti, and an Asian-spiced beef pie.

When: Saturday and Sunday, 12pm to3pm

Price: $350 for food only; add $290 free-flow Champagne and wine

Honjo Lunch 2020-2-27-SE
Photograph: Courtesy Honjo


Restaurants Japanese Sheung Wan

What: Ever had a Japanese brunch? Go to Honjo for their sushi, sashimi, and maki station if you're a lover of seafood. Don't forget to top your plate off with freshly sourced Irish oysters. As for the main course, pick from buffet options such as the vegetarian cauliflower with truffle and passion fruit sauce, the baked chicken with butter mushrooms, and a selection of katsu and tempura rice and yaki udon.

When: Saturday, Sunday,and public holidays 12 to 2.30pm

Price: $468 per adult, $98 per child; add $198 for free-flow sake, Prosecco, wine, cocktails, and beer

hutong brunch
Photograph: Courtesy Hutong


Restaurants Tsim Sha Tsui

Restaurants Tsim Sha Tsui

What: This northern Chinese restaurant dishes up some fiery dishes with stunning views of Hong Kong Island. Hutong's Feng Wei brunch features sharing 16 dishes such as its signature Red Lantern Soft Shell Crab and Crispy Duck Spring Rolls. If you're feeling it a little from the night before, there are quite a few spicy Sichuan dishes to help banish the hangover.

When: Saturday and Sunday, 11.30am to3pm

Price: $468 for food only; add $100 free-flow soft drinks, juices, and mocktails; add $200 for free-flow Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin NV; add $350 for free-flow Ruinart Blanc de Blancs Brut NV

Hotal Colomo brunch 2020-2-27-SE
Photograph: Photograph Courtesy Hotal Colombo/Nicholas Wong

Hotal Colombo

Restaurants Sri Lankan Central

What: Hotal Colombo brings its authentic Sri Lankan fare and spicy plates to Sundays with their brunch menu. Dishes on offer include bacon and egg hoppers, lamb or beef kothu, cheese and chilli omelette and more, along with a selection of small plates, sambols, and chutneys for the table. 

When: Sunday, 12 to 3.45pm

Price: $188 (drinks à la carte)

Photograph: Courtesy Kinship


Restaurants Soho

Start off your brunch with scrumptious family-style appetisers like corned beef hash and the biscuits and gravy. The main course comes with a choice of roasted sirloin, fried chicken and waffles, a luscious stack of fluffy pancakes layered with bacon, peanut butter and maple syrup, or eggs benedict. Finish up your feast with an ice cream sundae or a bakewell tart topped with poached cherries and tonka cream, for maximum feel-good brunch vibes. 

When: Saturday to Sunday 11:30am to 2pm
Price: $388, add $198 for freeflow

The Perfect Egg at La Rambla
Photograph: Courtesy La Rambla

La Rambla

Restaurants Spanish Central

Enjoy your brunch Catalonian style in this stylish Spanish eatery in IFC. Get your fill of the harbour views while you indulge in tastes of Barcelona’s famed food markets, with a load of tapas, meats, seafoods, and drinks to wash it all down. The mains include mouth-watering bites like grilled turbot, suckling pig, wagyu beef cheek, and a selection of paellas. If you’re not already deep into a food coma, end the meal with chocolate xurros, Spanish custard, or vanilla ice cream for dessert. 

When: Sunday 12pm to 3pm

Price: $550 for food only; add $350 free flow sangria, wine, Champagne and more, or add $1300 for a free-flow of high-end wines and liquors

Photograph: Courtesy Pirata


Restaurants Wan Chai

What: Some 30 floors up in Wan Chai sits Pirata and the Sunday brunches here are a hearty affair. Stock up on the buffet of salad, cold cuts, and cheese followed by meatballs, asparagus flan, and vitello tonnato. Choose from a range of carb-tastic mains including tagliatelle with truffle, pappardelle with duck ragu, spring chicken, and many more. Round things off with the chef's dessert selection.

When: Saturdayand Sunday, 12pm to3pm.

Price: $298 for food only; add $180 for free-flow Prosecco, red and white wine, Asahi, peach bellinis, and lychee martinis

Posto Publico Eggplant Bolognese
Photograph: Courtesy Posto Publico

Posto Pubblico

Restaurants Soho

What: Long known as one of the best places in town to hit up for happy hour, Posto also offers a mean brunch deal. The food on offer is the standard à la carte lunch menu, which means all sorts of good stuff from breakfast sandwiches to skillet breakfast pizza, a dish that's, well, exactly what it sounds like – a combination of a hearty breakfast fry-up with all the cheesy goodness of Posto's signature pan-fried skillet pizza. For drinks, free-flow Prosecco for two hours is a bargainous $99.

When: Saturday and Sunday 12pm to 4pm

Price: À la carte; add $99 for free-flow prosecco (two-hour limit).

Silencio brunch 2020-2-17-SE
Photograph: Courtesy Silencio


Restaurants Japanese Lan Kwai Fong

What: If you want a truly luxurious brunch experience, Silencio's Jazzakaya weekend is the place to go. Kick off with their seasonal top-grade sashimi and maki as part of their unlimited starter, and pay a little extra ($360 for 30g, $600 for 50g) for the optional caviar course that comes with homemade sake blinis. There are eight main courses to choose from, and our favourite is the sushi doughnut called ‘uni bomb’, with Hokkaido and North Korean uni with a base of crispy rice. End your brunch on a good note with the signature dessert platter which has red bean cake, earl grey crème brûlée, yuzu tart, matcha and adzuki cake, and black sesame ice cream.

When: Saturday and Sunday 12 to 4.30pm

Price: $458 for food only; $658 for Champagne free-flow

Zuma brunch 2018
Photograph: Courtesy Zuma


Restaurants Japanese Central

What: Zuma's epic brunch has the hip Japanese restaurant laying on an opulent spread of sushi, sashimi, tempura and robata grill items. Taking it to the next level, guests can also order one of their mouthwatering five dishes for mains including the ribeye steak with wafu sauce and grilled snow aged pork collar with truffle dressing. Dessert is a sharing affair too, dig into seasonal fruits straight from Japan and treats like coconut chawanmushi.

When: Saturday and Sunday first reservation starts at 11am; final reservation starts at 2pm.

Price: $598 for food only; $988 for free-flow champagne, rosé, red and white wines, and Asahi beer.

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