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8 best champagne brunches in Hong Kong

Because brunch without champagne is just a sad breakfast

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By Time Out editors |
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The boozy brunch is a Hong Kong institution that will never go out of style. When it comes to lapping up fabulous city views, free-flow drinks and mountains of food, we certainly aren’t short on options. The champagne spreads run the gamut from exclusive bubbles high above the city at Ozone to free-flow Dom Pérignon closer to ground level — in terms of height, not the effervescent feeling the champagne gives you — at the Lounge at the JW Marriott Hotel. Check out our guide to the city's most lavish champagne brunches… and cancel your plans for the following morning. By Sophie Pettit

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Hong Kong’s best champagne brunches

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Restaurants

The Grill

icon-location-pin Wan Chai

When the sun comes out to play, there’s no better way to spend the day than diving into a poolside barbecue buffet washed down with unlimited Delamotte champagne or sparkling wine. This premium al fresco dining spot boasts an impressive selection of chargrilled seafood and steak, as well as refreshing salads, an eggs Benedict station and a heavenly display of desserts to keep you full as you chill by the pool. The perfect spot to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and lap up some rays. 
When: Sat-Sun, 11:30am-3pm
Price$588 per person (additional $288 for free-flow sparkling wine/beer or $518 for unlimited Delamotte champagne)

Restaurants, Contemporary European

The Kitchen

icon-location-pin West Kowloon

The Kitchen at W Hong Kong pulls out all the stops with its Bubbly Seafood Sunday Brunch. Tuck into a huge open buffet packed with fresh seafood, cold cuts, roast beef, sushi and numerous hot dishes as you look out over Victoria Harbour. As well as whipping up spicy bloody marys, G&Ts and a must-try champagne oyster shooter at the cocktail station, you can also sip on free-flow Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Champagne as you listen to funky beats from the resident DJ. With such a cool ambience, spacious seating and an endless display of food on offer, it’s no surprise this brunch is a hit with locals and visitors alike.
When: Sun, 12pm-3pm
Price: $898 per person (includes free-flow champagne, cocktails and more)

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Restaurants, Contemporary European

Felix

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Another swanky hotel restaurant with a superb selection and excellent live music is Felix, perched on the 28th floor of the iconic Peninsula hotel. The recently launched Felix Brunch Series aims to tick all the boxes and more. Graze on a generously sized buffet that features all the usual suspects – fresh salads and cold cuts, a mountain of seafood, eggs cooked just the way you like them, and desserts to die for. You can also choose one main dish to enjoy, with options like wagyu burgers, beef Wellington and cheesy risotto. The real attraction, however, is the signature cocktail menu created by acclaimed mixologist Marko Petrovic, who is on hand to recommend the perfect pairing for whatever you’re munching on. Or you can opt for unlimited Peninsula Deutz Champagne or Ruinart Champagne, or hit the espresso martini machine to enjoy the cocktail on tap. One or two drinks later and you might be tempted to dance along to the live Latin band banging out sexy salsa and tango numbers. This is Hong Kong brunching at its finest.
When: Sun, 11.30am-3pm
Price: $898 per person (additional $192 for free-flow Peninsula Deutz Champagne or $382 for Ruinart Champagne)

Restaurants

Clipper Lounge

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If you’re looking for something more traditional in the way of a Hong Kong brunch, then look no further than the Mandarin Oriental’s Clipper Lounge. This Sunday feast boasts a seemingly endless array of decadent delights, including fancy hors d’oeuvres, fresh seafood, sushi, made-to-order omelettes and an exquisite selection of more than 30 desserts. To top it off, guests can sip on free-flow Moët & Chandon for an additional cost, which is absolutely worth it. Classy and classic, this brunch should be on everyone’s Hong Kong bucket list.
When: Sun, 12pm-3pm
Price: $718 per person (an additional $400 for free-flow champagne)

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Harbourside

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This Kowloon hotel is famous for its elaborate buffets, and its Sunday champagne brunch is no exception. The spread features all the classics alongside a tempting array of international and Asian dishes. The roast carving station with prime cuts of beef is definitely worth saving room for, as are the decadent homemade desserts, savoured against the stunning backdrop of Hong Kong Island. What sets this brunch apart, however, is the children’s entertainment which literally comes to your table and keeps little ones occupied with close-up magic, balloon twisting and glitter tattoos. With the kids taken care of, and Perrier-Jouët flowing freely all afternoon, this is a great option for parents who want to let their hair down.
When: Sun, 11.30am-3pm
Price: $898 per person

Restaurants, Oyster bars

Oyster and Wine Bar

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With its panoramic view of Victoria Harbour, free-flowing Perrier-Jouët champagne and quite possibly the best oysters in Hong Kong, the Vivacious Sunday Champagne Brunch at the Sheraton’s Oyster & Wine Bar is a winner for those seeking sheer decadence. Guests can not only tuck into unlimited servings of fresh oysters shucked to order, juicy steaks, freshly cooked eggs and tantalising desserts, but also select a la carte main dishes. Choices include perfectly executed steakhouse classics, beef tenderloin and pan-roasted duck breast, as well as the must-try lobster thermidor, to name a few. There are three champagne packages to choose from: free-flow Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut, Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé or Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blancs. Whatever your choice, you’re in for one truly unforgettable Sunday feast.
When: Sun, 12pm-3pm
Price: $998-$1,498 per person

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Hotels, Luxury hotels

The Lounge

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The JW Marriott Hotel goes gourmet every Sunday with its champagne brunch. There’s a lot to love about this one, from the Cantonese specialities, like house-made char siu and har gow to the incredible charcuterie the caviar station with its three kinds of French and Siberian roe and the rather impressive selection of fresh seafood. That includes premium sashimi, whole crab legs and Canadian lobster. Top it off with some free-flow Dom Pérignon or Moët & Chandon, and you have the recipe for a dreamy Sunday afternoon.
When: Sun, 11am-2.30pm
Price: $708-$1,888 (with free-flow Dom Pérignon) per person

Bars and pubs

Ozone

icon-location-pin West Kowloon

The most extravagant weekend brunch – and unsurprisingly, the most costly – can be enjoyed at the world’s highest bar, Ozone, set on the 118th floor of the ICC building. Ozone pulls out all the stops to bring Hongkongers an afternoon of decadence, featuring delectable dishes from land to sea, an extensive buffet of appetisers, savouries and desserts, and, most importantly, free-flow Dom Pérignon 2009. The menu rotates seasonally to bring only the freshest ingredients to the table, with highlights including the lobster paella, Spanish cold cuts and fresh seafood.
When: Sun, 12pm-3pm
Price: $1,488 (with free-flow Dom Pérignon Champagne 2009)-$2,368(with free-flow Dom Pérignon Rosé Champagne) per person

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