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31 Best brunches in Hong Kong to indulge in right now

Make your weekend gatherings even better at these brunches

Tatum Ancheta
Cherry Chan
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Tatum Ancheta
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Brunch has always been the ultimate weekend indulgence and there are plenty to choose from in Hong Kong with excellent food and boozy deals galore. Whether you’re a classic eggs benedict bruncher or love a bit of fresh seafood, steak, dim sum, and everything else in between, here is our guide to Hong Kong’s best spots to brunch right now.

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The best brunches to try right now

  • Restaurants
  • French
  • Central

LPM Restaurant & Bar's La Vie en Rosé brunch will satisfy your French cuisine cravings. Begin by sampling 14 appetisers, which include escargots de Bourgogne, egg benedict with crab hollandaise, and crowd-favourites like amberjack carpaccio with green apple dressing or beef tartare with smoked bone marrow mayonnaise. For entrees, the restaurant aims to please with various options such as pan-fried red bream with pickle Tabasco sauce, roasted beef with red wine sauce, and seasonal dishes like summer pea risotto. Be sure to leave room towards the end of your meal as LPM will provide desserts like vanilla cheesecake topped with berry compote, mille-feuille crepes with tiramisu, and the restaurant's beloved pain perdu façon 'Cyrus' –French toast topped with spiced ice cream. No brunch affair is complete without free-flow beverages, and LPM allows diners to choose between mocktails or a curated selection of premium rosé wines and Champagne. 

When: Every Sunday, 12pm-5pm
Price: $688 per person with free-flow mocktails and juice; $998 per person with selected cocktails and premium Rosé and Champagne. 

  • Restaurants
  • Central

Head to Cardinal Point perched atop of Central's multi-experience space, Forty-Five, to enjoy the rooftop bar's bountiful brunch menu while drinking in a panoramic view of Victoria Harbour. Kick off your lavish meal by sharing a mezze platter with dips like guacamole, tzatziki, and hummus; before choosing your desired starters such as Caesar salad, steak tartare or egg dishes like truffle scrambled eggs on sourdough bread. Then, delight in your choice of mains from options like pasta pomodoro, hot pastrami sandwich, oven-fired pizzas, or Sunday roast dishes like traditional suckling pig (+$180) and 21-day aged prime rib (+$220). Finally, the rooftop destination invites diners to choose their desired dessert from options like tiramisu with mascarpone lava cream, Basque cheesecake brûlée, banoffee split, or a five-layer chocolate cake with Armagmac cream.

Add to your indulgence by ordering one of Cardinal Point's popular cocktails (+$160 each) such as espresso martini, pandan highball, Aperol Spritz #45, or Cardinal bloody Mary; draught beers (from $85 and up), coffee and teas from Elephant Grounds (from $50 and up); as well as premium Champagnes by the glass (from $220 and up) or by the bottle (from $1,200 and up). Alternatively, Cardinal Point offers free-flow drink packages for two and a half hours. Customers can either enjoy the bar's popular cocktails; or sip their way through premium Champagnes and wines along with the above-mentioned cocktails. 

When:
Every Sunday and public holiday, 11.30am-4.30pm
Price: $500 per person, +$380 for free-flow cocktails, +$680 for free-flow cocktails, Champagnes, and wines 

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  • Bars and pubs
  • West Kowloon
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Take it to the skies and indulge in a sky-high Sunday brunch at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong’s Ozone. This season, the highest bar in the world is bringing back their long-awaited semi-buffet free-flow Champagne brunch, featuring a spread of dishes and free-flowing Dom Pérignon or Ruinart Blanc de Blancs Champagnes.

Start with a delicious chilled seafood platter before moving on to tempting Asian-inspired salads and dishes. Watch the chef in action at the live station, meticulously making fresh sushi, maki rolls, and sashimi. Choose your mains from options like grilled Wagyu flank steak and grilled king prawns. The dessert buffet offers treats like Hong Kong-style egg waffles and an assortment of cakes and tarts.

To amp up your brunch experience, there’s also live DJ entertainment and percussion performances. 

When: Every Sunday, 12pm-3pm
Price: Starting from $1,288 per person for free-flow Ruinart Blanc de Blancs; starting from $1,788 per person for free-flow Dom Pérignon

  • Restaurants
  • Australian
  • Tsim Sha Tsui

Gaze out towards Victoria Harbour from Hue Dining’s stunning venue as you dig into their spring weekend brunch menu. Diners will enjoy a selection of sharing starters, as well as a range of entrées and desserts. Indulge in main dishes like organic chicken with porcini mushroom purée, crisp pork belly with apple cider jus, and O'Connor ribeye with smoked brisket and potato terrine (+$50). Desserts include delectable options like apple financier, macarons with strawberry mousseline, as well as tartlets with lemon curd and vanilla shortbread. Hue Dining provides guests with various free-flow packages for two hours, such as non-alcoholic prosecco and mocktails (+$350 per person), prosecco and sparking wines (+$380 per person), as well as premium Champagnes and wines (+$480 per person).

When: Every Saturday and Sunday, 11am-3pm
Price: $550 per person, +$350 for non-alcoholic free-flow package, +$380 and up for free-flow alcohol packages

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  • Restaurants
  • Tung Chung

Those seeking a change from the main CBD can venture to the top floor of Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel and enjoy Sunset Grill's weekend brunch. Enjoy indoor or al fresco dining with scenic Tung Chung and airport views. Start your meal with appetisers like foie gras torchon with plum, steak tartare, and crab cake with sweetcorn, followed by main course options such as truffle ravioli, USDA prime ribeye, Australian Wagyu hanger tender, and Atlantic cod. Premium steak selections such as A5 Wagyu striploin or dry-aged bone-in porterhouse are available as upgrades. Conclude your dining experience with tiramisu, basque cheesecake, roast plum and poached pear crumble, or ice cream. The Sunday brunch menu also features small plate choices like lobster bisque, tuna and king scallop crudo, or duck egg benedict.

The standard brunch package includes free-flow house red and white wine, sparkling wine, soft drinks, juices, coffee, and tea, with an option to upgrade to free-flow Champagne for an additional $288.

When: Every Saturday and Sunday, 12pm-3pm
Price: $668 per person for Saturday brunch, $848 per person for Sunday brunch, +288 for free-flow Champagne

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  • Restaurants
  • Tsim Sha Tsui

Regent Hong Kong's iconic Japanese restaurant Nobu is debuting a sensational Saturday brunch menu unlike any other. Guests will begin by savouring unlimited portions of starters like edamame, umami chicken wings, and shishito peppers; jet-fresh nigiri and sashimi; as well as salads. For mains, Nobu's brunch menu allows guests to choose two entrees from options including beef tenderloin with teriyaki sauce, seafood yakisoba, rock shrimp tempura with creamy spicy sauce, as well as the restaurant's signature black cod miso. Finally, the bountiful brunch menu concludes with dessert options like an exotic fruit platter, Nobu's cheesecake, caramelised soy tofu cake, yuzu parfaits, or coffee whisky cappuccino. 

When: 
Every Saturday from April 1, 11.30am-2.30pm
Price: $858 per adult, $488 per child; +$128 per person for non-alcoholic free-flow; +$268 per person for free-flow wines, sake, beer, and non-alcoholic drinks; +$438 per person for free-flow Champagne and all beverages mentioned above.

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Aside from the ‘gram-worthy panoramic view of Victoria Harbour, Cruise is also worth a visit simply for their Sunday brunch offerings. Treat yourself to all-you-can-eat sashimi and charcoal grilled satay skewers; sumptuous main courses such as M6 striploin with shishito peppers or soft shell crab curry with homemade roti; sharing plates like pineapple fried rice and wok fried morning glory; as well as strawberry Paris brest with matcha mochi for dessert!

Feeling indulgent? Cruise offers two free-flow packages which respectively provide guests with two hours of endless bubbles, wines, and beers. Additionally, guests will get to enjoy live music performances from musicians Iris Pascual and Andreah during the weekend brunch.

When: Every Sat-Sun and public holidays, 12pm-2.30pm
Price: From $548 (minimum of two guests); +$158 per person for two hours free-flow prosecco, wine, beers; +$268 per person for two hours free-flow Mumm Champagne, signature cocktails, wine and beer

  • Restaurants
  • Steakhouse
  • Lan Kwai Fong

Tango invites guests to savour tantalising Argentinian flavours in their latest brunch menu. Kick off the feast by selecting from starters such as chorizo bombóns with grilled chilli and peppers, marinated shrimp ceviches with tomato citrus sauce, soup of the day, or a traditional empanada served with homemade salsa. For mains, Tango is sure to please meat lovers with their range of beef-focused dishes like lomito steak sandwich with chimichurri sauce and pickled chilli, dry-aged beef burger with aged cheddar, hanger steak with bacon and sunny-side up eggs, as well as grilled Argentinian ribeye steak.

The restaurant also offers a selection of non-beef main courses, including chorizo sausage with portobello mushrooms and eggs, crispy confit duck leg with braised purple cabbage, as well as truffle and mushroom linguine. Alternatively, diners can opt for delightful seafood entrees such as sea bass fillet with fennel and orange salad, or a portion of steamed black mussels in white wine broth, as well as a range of side dishes such as mashed potatoes, fries, or green salad. Each diner will receive a soft drink of their choice as part of their brunch, but Tango also provides a two-hour-long free-flow for those who wish to enjoy beverages like prosecco, red and white wine, Aperol Spritz, Negronis, and Fernet with coca.

When: Every Saturday and Sunday as well as public holidays, 11.45am-3.30pm
Price: From $218 to $368 per guest, +$188 per person for Tango’s free-flow package with prosecco, red and white wines, Aperol Spritz, Negroni, and Fernet with coca.

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  • Restaurants
  • Japanese
  • Wan Chai

Zoku at The Hari Hong Kong takes boozy brunch to the next level with their weekend free-flow brunch menu. Begin by enjoying either the Moriwase sashimi platter or freshly shucked oysters with lime and ponzu (+$168), as well as otsumami snacks like kushiyaki yakitori chicken thighs. Next, savour various kind of sushi, which ranges from Wagyu or yellowtail-stuffed rolls to Zoku's signature nigiris (+$68) with indulgent toppings like scallops and uni. For mains, diners can choose from an array of dishes such as Kagoshima pork belly rice, chargrilled lamb chops with broccolini, and plenty more. Be sure to leave room for delectable desserts like salted caramel sandos, hojicha crème brûlée, and strawberry pistachio tart. 

Like their name suggests, Zoku’s brunch provides diners with a sweeping range of free-flow packages. Diners can enjoy Zoku's signature cocktails like Bloody Caesar or yuzu highball; 
sake varieties like Tenryou Sma Sma, Yamagata Masamune Junmai, and Gassan Junmai Houjun Karakuchi; as well as premium Champagnes like Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut, Perrier-Jouet Blason Rosé, or Perrier-Jouet Blanc de Blanc.

When: Every Saturday and Saturday as well as public holidays, 12pm-3pm
Price: $568 per person for four courses or $688 per person for five courses, +$368 for free-flow package with Champagne, sake, select cocktails, and wines

  • Restaurants
  • Central

Head to Central’s cosy bistro, Vivant, for a casual brunch menu full of modern European fare. The brunch menu begins with appetisers like toasted bread served with taramasalata and a chicken liver parfait, as well as a nicoise salad tartine. Moving on, diners can choose their desired main course such as grilled monkfish in smoked clam broth, tête de cochon panés with sauerkraut and mustard, or a portion of roasted quail with braised kale and creamy polenta. Finally, round up the brunch experience with chocolate profiteroles or an assorted cheese plate for dessert (+$60). If you plan on enjoying wine with your brunch, Vivant also offers a free-flow package with a range of tipples such as prosecco, red wine, white wine, and even orange wine.

When: Every Saturday, 12pm-3pm
Price: $350 per person, +$250 for free-flow of prosecco, red, white, and orange wines.

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  • Restaurants
  • Tsim Sha Tsui

Keep the dishes coming with Hutong’s ‘Non-stop’ Feng Wei brunch that’s full of unlimited Chinese dishes for sharing like aromatic Peking duck and crispy soft-shell crab with dried Sichuan chilli; main courses like mapo tofu and kung po chilli prawns; and an unlimited range of dimsum. The Feng Wei brunch also comes with a two-and-a-half hour long free-flow, which includes Tsing Tao beer, osmanthus sweet wine, sake, sommelier-selected red and white wine, and Hutong’s special Canton Ginger cocktail made with Tanqueray gin and Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur. Diners can enjoy various live entertainment as they work their way through the brunch, such as Chinese dance, face changing performances, and a traditional coconut candy wrap station.

When: Saturdays and Sundays, early brunch 11am-1.30pm; non-stop brunch 1pm-4pm
Price: $698 food only; +$200 per person for standard three-hour free-flow drinks plus Saint-Louis Blanc de Blancs Brut, N.V.; +$350 per person for premium free-flow drinks plus Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label NV Champagne; +$600 per person for free-flow drinks and Ruinart Blanc de Blancs Champagne; +$1,500 per person for free-flow drinks plus Dom Pérignon Champagne

  • Restaurants
  • Contemporary European
  • Sai Ying Pun

Melody’s weekend brunch menu is full of big and bold flavours as well as dishes fired on their Josper grill. Begin by sharing a range of appetisers for the table like Melody’s homemade sausages; tuna tartare with lemongrass dressing and shaved fennel; burnt aubergine escabeche with pickles; as well as honey roast pumpkin and rocket salad. Moving on, diners can pick their desired main course from options like portions of suckling pig with buttery mashed potatoes; truffle mushroom lasagne with cauliflower cream; a hefty ribeye steak with koffman fries and bearnaise sauce; and more. Guests who prefer a more traditional Sunday meal can also opt for a Sunday roast, complete with roast beef rib, Yorkshire puddings, cauliflower cheese, carrots, duck-fat roast potatoes, and generous amounts of gravy. Wrap up your weekend feast with delightful desserts like passion fruit pavlova or sticky toffee pudding with vanilla ice cream, and Melody’s cheese platter if you’ve still got room. Throughout the brunch, guests can relish in two and a half hours of free-flow mocktails, Champagne, sommelier-selected red and white wines, spirits, and draught beers. 

When: Every Saturday and Sunday as well as public holidays
Price: $788 per person inclusive of free-flow mocktails, or $988 per person inclusive of free-flow Champagne, wines, spirits, and draught beer

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  • Restaurants
  • Steakhouse
  • Lan Kwai Fong
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Grab your gang and indulge to the fullest at Buenos Aires Polo Club’s monthly brunch affair. The Polo Brunch provides diners with an astonishing array of Argentinian classics, which begin with light appetisers like classic empanadas and decadent provoleta cheese. Saunter to the chilled seafood bar to delight in oysters, crab legs, lobsters, and house-cured smoked salmon, then order an omelette and have it customised to your liking. Help yourself to generous cuts of juicy black Angus ribeye paired with a housemade gravy, and be sure to get a portion of duck fat fries to add extra indulgence. If you’ve still got room left, the Polo Brunch also provides an array of desserts to round out your fabulous feast. Complete your brunch experience by enjoying two hours of sommelier selected wines and signature cocktails, which includes Buenos Aires Polo Club’s breakfast martini.

When: Every first Saturday of every month
Price: $988, +$288 for free-flow Ayala Brut Majeur NV Champagne, +$168 for free-flow, +$228 for an additional hour of free-flow Ayala Brut Majeur NV Champagne

  • Restaurants
  • Chinese
  • Sheung Wan

Jiangsu Club invites you to relish in unlimited Chinese delicacies in their weekend semi-buffet brunch menu. Customers can start off with a wide range of hot and cold appetisers such as numbing spicy cucumbers and Jinhua ham scallion pancakes, before moving onto dim sum classics like wonton in garlic chilli soy sauce, shrimp dumplings, and pan-fried pork dumplings. Be sure to opt for Jiangsu Club’s signature items such as caviar-topped siu mai, hairy crab roe xiao long bao, chilled abalone with Hangzhou chillies, and fried dumplings with diced abalone. Finally, the semi-buffet brunch menu wraps up with unlimited portions of desserts like drunken glutinous rice dumplings, osmanthus coconut red bean pudding, and deep-fried glutinous rice dumplings in a dragon fruit sauce.  


When: Every Saturday and Sunday as well as public holidays, 11.30am-3pm
Price: From $398 and up per person, +$388 for free-flow Moët & Chandon Imperial Champagne, +$458 for free-flow Moët & Chandon Rosé Imperial, +$888 for free-flow Dom Pérignon vintage Champagne

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  • Restaurants
  • Central

Head to Central to chow down on Nikkei flavours in Ichu’s Fiesta Brunch, and enjoy your fill of tipples with a four-hour-long free-flow package while grooving to smooth beats spun by live DJs. The brunch menu starts off with appetisers like mixto ceviche with octopus and Hokkaido scallops, salmon tiradito, as well as tacos de carne filled with slow-cooked Peruvian beef and rocoto pepper emulsion. For mains, Ichu dishes up four entrees on a large sharing plate, including an Argentinian tenderloin with chimichurri sauce, grilled octopus in yakiniku sauce, grilled tiger prawns in a mojo criollo sauce, and baby chicken marinated in Panca chilli sauce. Finally, guests can dig into an assorted dessert platter to sweetly round off Ichu’s boozy brunch affair. 

When: Every Saturday, 12pm-4pm
Price: From $599 per person, $999 for wine and spirits package, $1,098 for Champagne package, and $1,298 for premium Champagne package

  • Restaurants
  • Central

Kick off your weekend by digging into an indulgent spread of Italian dishes as well as two and a half hours of free-flow Champagne in Cantina’s Italian weekend brunch. The feast begins with an unlimited selection of starters such as mixed cold cuts with pickles, vitello tonnato, and salmon tartare with avocado. Diners can then pick their desired entree from options such as braised beef cheek with potatoes and red wine, homemade tortellini with ricotta and mushrooms, and cavatelli with beef and pork ragu. To conclude, Cantina saves the best for last with a platter full of decadent desserts such as trentino strudel with fruits, Sicilian cannolis, and classic tiramisu. Families should not miss out on attending Cantina’s brunch on Sundays, as little ones can dig into a kid-friendly menu, go wild with colouring-in kits, and catch live entertainment from a magician. 

When: Every Saturday and Sunday as well as public holidays, 11am-3.30pm
Price: From $488 and up per person, +$200 for free-flow Prosecco, +$350 for free-flow Veuve Clicquot, +$600 for Ruinart Blanc de Blancs

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  • Restaurants
  • Tsim Sha Tsui

Aqua offers one of the longest free-flow brunches in town, allowing guests total indulgence, complete with unlimited Italian and Japanese starters such as sushi, sashimi, maki, and oysters. Additionally, patrons can select a main course and enjoy a dessert platter. Aqua takes things up a notch on Saturdays with their Night Brunch. Starting at 9pm, guests can savour Japanese and Italian bites while enjoying free-flow drinks and grooving to DJ beats accompanied by dancers. The night brunch menu includes unlimited portions of starters like veal tonnato, octopus salad, yakitori skewers, and a variety of sushi, maki rolls, sashimi, and oysters. For the main course, Aqua offers larger plates such as roast chicken cacciatora with tomato and rosemary, paccheri pasta alla norma, or grilled salmon yuzu teriyaki. Finally, guests can indulge in Aqua's signature dessert platter while sipping bottomless sake, beer, or Champagne.

When: Early Brunch, 11am-1pm; Non-Stop Brunch, 1pm- 4.30pm; Night Brunch, 9pm-late
Price: $688 for food only; add on two hours of free-flow starts at $888-$2188, starting free-flow includes Prosecco La Gioiosa or upgraded free-flow serves Veuve Clicquot Champagne, Ruinart Blanc de Blanc, or Dom Pérignon 

  • Restaurants
  • Spanish
  • Soho

Gather your friends and family to savour Majo’s weekend Spanish brunch, which offers a range of sharing tapas, your choice of main course, and dessert. Their range of house-made tapas include Ibérico cold cut platters with with cheese and padron peppers, slow-cooked Galician octopus with creamy mashed potatoes, olives and grated tomatoes on coca bread, and many more. For entrees, choose from sumptuous dishes like cod loin with chickpeas and sofrito sauce, Mediterranean marinated whole chicken with baby potatoes, or a 16-hour slow-cooked suckling pig leg. End your brunch with an almond chocolate cake topped with giandua mousse, burnt Basque cheesecake, or a classic crema Catalana. Guests can also add on a two-hour free-flow package for an additional $230 to sip on sangrias on tap, cava, house wine, and JJ Whitely gin and tonics.

When: Saturday and Sunday, 11am-3pm
Price: $390 per person, +$230 for free-flow package

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  • Restaurants
  • Oyster bars
  • Tsim Sha Tsui
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Head to Sheraton Hong Kong on the first and third Sunday of each month to indulge in their Seafood Sunday Brunch at Oyster & Wine Bar. To start, guests will be treated to an elaborate spread of chilled seafood like freshly shucked oysters, Boston lobsters, snow crab legs, brown crabs, and more. You then move on to cold appetisers, salads, and a selection between lobster bisque or oyster chowder.

When it comes to entrees, Oyster & Wine Bar leaves guests equally spoilt for choice with options such as USDA prime New York steak, Kagoshima pork chop, sous-vide chicken breast, salmon papillote with fennel and tomato, and plenty more. Finally, guests can pick and choose a variety of desserts and pastries from Oyster & Wine Bar’s buffet bar. 

When: Every first and third Sunday of each month, 12pm-3pm
Price: $998 per person including free-flow Fantinel extra dry Prosecco, $1,068 per person including free-flow red and white wine, $1,258 per person including free-flow Barons de Rothschild Brut

  • Restaurants
  • Admiralty

Conrad Hong Kong's popular Italian restaurant, Nicholini's, along with other F&B venues on the eighth level, is offering an indulgent brunch experience with great value for money. Led by chef Riccardo Catarsi, the kitchen serves a range of European dishes directly to the table or available for cook-to-order at various food stations. These stations include a seafood counter, seafood crudo, pasta and carving, and a table filled with Mediterranean delights such as Spanish paella, Sicilian Arancini, and Italian seafood. The meal begins with options like oysters, hamachi crudo with caviar, tiger prawn, and crostini, or two egg dishes - omelette with chive and wild mushroom or poached egg with roasted pumpkin and black truffle espuma. Don't miss out on the buffet stations and free-flow drinks. Enjoy an extensive selection of antipasti that includes 24-month Spanish cured ham, cold cuts, Italian-style oil marinated vegetables, and cheeses buffalo cheeses and selections of parmigiano. Meat lovers will delight at slices of Tuscan porchetta, roast beef and German sausages. Their seafood counter offers a delicious selection of shellfish, including lobsters, crab legs, whelks, mussels and prawns. And that’s not all, you also have an option of mains and sides that you can order from the table, including beef tagliata with arugula salad and black truffle sauce, barramundi fillet with pumpkin mousseline, rack of lamb with mushrooms and polenta, or a seafood casserole with chorizo. End your hearty meal with an order of Nicholini’s tiramisu, Strawberries Romanoff, or churros. Choose from a variety of beverages to complement your meal, such as Perrier-Jouët champagne, Tuscany white wine, Burgundy red wine, dessert wine, port wine, draft beer, and cocktails.

When: Saturday and Sunday, 11.30am-2.30pm
Price: $588 for children 4-11, $988 per person (free-flow of soft drinks, juices and mocktails), $1,188 per person (free-flow of Perrier-Jouët Champagne, red and white wines, cocktails, draft beers and more)

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Wine bars
  • Central

Head to Somm and embrace the season with their renowned Sommkind of Brunch. Kick off with starters like David Herve Royal Oyster #1 with Sudachi ponzu and green apple, and seasonal homemade pastries like sourdough bread, croissants, as well as brioche feuillette square with sea salt and sesame. Choose from mouthwatering dishes such as toothfish confit with Haricots Verts in Champagne Beurre Blanc with muscat grapes or poached 'KINS Eggs' on an English muffin with black truffle butter. To elevate your experience, you can upgrade your mains to include Boston lobster, Gold Snake River Wagyu beef, yellow chicken, or Bresse Pigeon and foie gras pithivier for an additional price. The Sommkind of Brunch includes 90 minutes of free-flow selected sparkling wine, seasonal wine-based cocktails, fresh juices, coffee or tea, with options to upgrade to premium Champagnes.

When: Saturdays and Sundays as well as public holidays, 11am-2.30pm
Price: Sommkind of Brunch $768 per person; Sommkind of Special Brunch $868 per person; Sommkind of Royale Brunch $1,168 per person

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  • Causeway Bay

For brunch amidst picturesque views of Victoria Harbour, head to Skye's newly renovated space and enjoy a luxurious brunch. Indulge in seafood and carving, sweets from the dessert cart, and complete your treats with free-flowing Champagne, a selection of wine, and refreshing summer cocktails. Dishes include a tower of sharing seafood platter for two with King Crab legs, prawns, and oysters, a choice of appetisers from grilled smoked eel, Japanese Egg Benedict with crab meat, and pan-fried duck foie gras. Options for mains include Roasted US prime rib eye, duck leg confit, and roasted Iberico pork pluma, among others. End your meal with sweet endings from their dessert trolley, offering slices of cakes, chocolates, and fruits. 

When: Saturday, Sunday, and select public holidays, 12pm-2.30pm
Price: $680 per person for the seafood platter, main course, and dessert menu; $760 for the seafood platter, hot appetiser, main course, and dessert menu; +$180 free-flow Processco, SKYE Seasonal cocktails, wines, single-mix vodka, rum, gin, and beer; +$380 package for free-flow Perrier-Jouet Champagne in addition to the other beverages

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  • Restaurants
  • Tsim Sha Tsui

The harbourfront steakhouse at Regent Hong Kong recently launched its decadent Sunday brunch, and it's the perfect weekend affair for meat lovers. Indulge in a unique selection of premium USDA beef and Carima marbled beef from Italy charcoal-grilled to perfection. Main offerings also provide options of lamb racks, chicken, and salmon fillets. The Brunch Table features a wide variety of freshly baked viennoiseries, including croissants, pain du chocolat, and bread. The restaurant has also set up a salad bar where guests can choose from a selection of organic seasonal green field vegetables and mixed salads, as well as a variety of cold cuts. To complement the food, the Sunday brunch offers Champagne and nonalcoholic beverages which can be upgraded to a free-flow for a boozy affair.

When: Every Sunday, 11.30am to 2.30pm
Price: $1,288 per adult; $888 per child under 11; +$288 per adult with free-flowing Champagne and Sommelier’s red and white wine

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  • Soho

If you're craving some modern Chinese cuisine paired with loads and loads of bubbly, head to Central and book a table at hip Ho Lee Fook for their special Good Fortune Club, a boozy brunch affair on the first Sunday of every month. Indulge in unlimited servings of dim sum from chef ArChan Chan's kitchen, with an array of new dishes crafted by their new dim sum chef, Winson Yip. Start with crunchy-spicy smashed cucumber, filling plump har gow, as well as fried turnip cakes and siu mai, before moving on to new dishes like crab, prawn, and beetroot dumpling, fried taro puff with wagyu beef and black truffle, and the moreish mala beef ball with kaffir lime leaves. Those looking for vegetarian options can dig into some green leafy veggies or order servings of crispy mushroom, jicama and carrot spring rolls. Wash them all down with Champagne, where each guest can choose one bottle from a collection of eight premium vintages from various winemakers.

When: Every first Sunday of the month, 12pm
Price: $988 per person  

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  • Restaurants
  • Spanish
  • Central

Olé offers a feast of Spanish weekend brunch for their diners to enjoy. Begin your meal with signature tapas such as gambas al ajillo, Basque spider crab txangurro, and padrón peppers with romesco sauce, among others. Select your main course from a wide array of options, including roasted suckling pig prepared Segovian style, marinated grilled octopus, wagyu beef cheek with truffle mashed potatoes, and others. Diners can also try out the red prawn paella with sea urchin alioli, specially created for the 24th anniversary, at an additional cost of $58 per person. Be sure to leave room for desserts such as leche frita with toffee reduction and churros with hot chocolate. Guests can enjoy free-flow beverages for two hours at an additional cost of $118 for soft drinks and juices, $198 for cava and sangria, and $268 for white and red wine, along with cava, sangria, and beers.

When: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 11.30am-1.30pm, 1.45pm-3.45pm
Price: $498 per person 

  • Restaurants
  • Central

Spice up your weekend with unlimited and flavour-packed Thai dishes at Mak Mak. Start your feast with appetisers like laab tofu, grilled sausages, spring rolls, and fried chicken, or slurp up bowls of tom yum goong or tom ka gai. For your main dishes, order fiery wok-fried dishes such as minced pork with holy basil, heart-warming curries like Thai green curry with chicken, or irresistible rice and noodle dishes like pad Thai or shrimp paste fried rice. Be sure to leave room for Mak Mak’s desserts, and choose between a scoop of coconut, Thai milk tea, or dragon fruit ice cream, or opt for classic mango sticky rice. 

Mak Mak’s standard brunch package includes free-flow juices, soft drinks and select mocktails, but they also offer a free-flow package which includes tipple like Veuve Clicquot NV Champagne, Aperol and Chandon Garden spritz, Singha beer, as well as house red and white wine.

When: Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays, 12pm-3pm
Price: $338 per person or $598 to include free-flow with alcohol

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  • Pizza
  • Central

Treat yourself on the weekend and head to The Pizza Project for their Giro brunch. Each diner will get a portion of starters, which includes assorted cold cuts, mozzarella fritta, and arancini, before digging into endless slices of hand-tossed pizza topped with nduja, carbonara, quattro fromaggi, tartufa, and more. Finally, wrap up your feast with nutella pizza as dessert. If you’d like to opt for free-flow, The Pizza Project offers a package with red and white wine, prosecco, and lemonade for an additional $158, or pay an additional $40 to enjoy cocktails like Aperol and Campari spritzer, as well as Negronis.

When:
Every third and fourth Sunday of the month, 12pm-1.30pm, 2pm-3.30pm
Price: $248 per person, +$158 for non-alcoholic free-flow, +$198 for alcoholic free-flow

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  • Chinese
  • Central

Can’t wake up in time for brunch during the day? Then you'll love Madame Fu's Never Too Late to Brunch menu. Try dim sum classics dumplings and spring rolls, along with appetisers such as cucumber, chilli and coriander salad with vintage vinegar dressing crispy cauliflower fungus with sweet Zhen Jiang vinegar. Mains include tea-smoked duck breast with barbecue sauce, Madame Fù’s Iberico char siu, teriyaki baked salmon, and firecracker chicken, among others. If you’re vegan or can only eat gluten-free, don’t worry – they’ve got menu options for you, too. Wash it all down with a diverse selection of beverages from their free-flow menu while you listen to groovy beats by guest DJs.

When: Saturdays, 7pm-11pm
Price: Standard $858 for two hours, $998 for three hours; Deluxe $998 for two hours, $1,240 for three hours.

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  • Steakhouse
  • Lan Kwai Fong

Calling all seafood lovers! Porterhouse's Seafood Spectacular Brunch features an unlimited supply of food including plenty of fresh seafood such as oysters, Boston lobster, Irish crab and much more. But that's not all, the incredible spread also includes premium cold cuts, cheese, salads, soups, a carving station with Australian Wagyu D-rump, crispy pork belly from Holland, and melted raclette cheese, pasta and egg stations, and a generous selection of desserts. The two hour free-flow packages include three options for non-alcoholic drinks as well as wines, beers, Champagne and cocktails.

When: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 12pm-3pm
Price: $598 per adult; $279 per children (aged 3-11); +$138 for free-flow organic grape juice, sparkling tea, house punch, soft drinks, coffee and tea; +$228 for free-flow prosecco, house red and white wines, rose wine and Asahi; and +$288 for free-flow of drinks mentioned above along with premium whiskies

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  • Italian
  • Lan Kwai Fong
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Head to Baci for a relaxed and hearty brunch full of Italian delights, including a buffet of fresh seafood, cold cuts, cheese, salads, antipasti, roast meat, fish, and a dessert bar. The menu also includes all-you-can-eat pizza and pasta of your choice that are made to order. Enjoy it all with unlimited pours of soft drinks and juices or, as we prefer it, with Prosecco, house wines, beer, or signature cocktails and spirits.

When: Saturdays and Sundays, 12pm-3.30pm 
Price: $488 per adult and $328 per child; +$98 for free-flow soft drinks, +$238 for free-flow alcoholic drinks

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  • Italian
  • Quarry Bay

Start your weekend off by indulging in Italian classics with Ask for Alonzo’s Uncle Tony’s Brunch. Available at all Ask for Alonzo venues, the brunch menu begins with starters to share cold cuts, calamari, and tomato bruschetta. To continue, choose from a selection of pasta and other dishes, such as their signature breakfast carbonara, spaghetti alle vongole, penne arrabbiata, and Italian panini or frittata. To wrap up your Italian feast, choose from white chocolate panna cotta, My Auntie’s Toast with mascarpone and wild berry compote for desserts. Add on a free-flow package for two hours with Prosecco, house wines, beer, gin, and vodka for an additional $198. 

When: Sat-Sun and public holidays, 10am-5pm
Price: $268 per person, +$198 for free-flow Prosecco, house wines, beer, gin and vodka for two hours

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