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The best brunches in Hong Kong

A definitive list of Hong Kong's must-try brunches

Brunch in Hong Kong is the ultimate weekend indulgence, with awesome food and brunch beverages to boot. With choices from humble eggs benedict to pancakes and everything in between, it's hard to know where to start. We round up Hong Kong's best brunches from buffets to free-flow and everything in between. in

The best brunches in Central & Western

Aberdeen Street Social

What: Easy breezy Aberdeen Street Social is the quintessential Soho brunch haunt. With alfresco seating, it’s also a top spot to brunch when the sun's out. The neat menu features a range of build-your-own toast and eggs, healthy options like acai bowls and naughtier offerings like the chunky pastrami sandwich. There’s a great array of brunch bevvies to help proceedings along, including a variety of bloody marys.
When: Sat, Sun and public holidays, 11.30am-3.30pm.
Price: A la carte.

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Central

Bibo

What: Brunch in the artsy surrounds of Bibo and sip on champagne whilst chowing down on some fab French cuisine. Choose from one entree, small plate, main and dessert to curate your own perfect brunch feast. Entrees feature choices like smoked salmon carpaccio and hearty mains feature catch of the day, burgers and more. Finish up with a choice of cheeses or sweets.
When: Sat, 11.30am-3.30pm.
Price: $680 per person with free-flow Mumm Cordon Rouge champagne or $780 per person with free-flow Ruinart Blanc de Blanc champagne (both options also come with free-flow red and white wine, beer, juice, tea and coffee).

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Sheung Wan

Blue. Butcher & Meat Specialist

What: Keep the carnivores happy at Blue's brunch featuring a buffet station stuffed with salads, cold cuts, baked goodies, seafood and foie gras. The choice of meaty mains includes burgers, truffled orzo and seabass. Even if you choose the pancakes for mains, make sure there's room for dessert.
When: Sat, midday-3pm and Sun, 11am-3pm.
Price: $390 per person + $290 for free-flow Perrier Jouet champagne, red and white wine, selected cocktails and house draft. 

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Sheung Wan
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Buenos Aires Polo Club

What: On entering, you're greeted by a teetering tower of freshly baked pastries, breads, cakes and sweets in the lounge area. Next up is an egg station where chefs create tailored egg dishes. Stuff 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 and house-cured roast beef, of course.
When: Sun, 11am-2pm.
Price: $328 per person + $188 for free-flow fresh juices, teas and coffee, + $388 for free-flow house wines and beers, + $588 free-flow Laurent Perrier champagne, club cocktails and bloody marys.

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Central

Carbone

What: Once a month, Carbone hosts an epic bacchanalia of a brunch that’s not all just boozing and eating (although there’s a lot of that to do). There’s live entertainment and dancing, too. The non-stop train extravagant Italian feast includes antipasti, salads, pasta, meatballs, veal parmesan and cheesecake to name a few. What happens at Fiasco stays at Fiasco, so that’s all we can tell you...
When: The last Saturday of every month, 12.30pm-4pm.
Price: $900 per person person + $450 for free-flow prosecco and wine or + $600 for free-flow Ruinart champagne and selected cocktails.

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Central

Catch

What: This little K-Town eatery is ram-jammed when it comes to brunch, so be prepared to wait for a table for a taste of Melbourne-style brunching. The satisfyingly savoury offerings include the kickass Big Bad Ben - poached eggs, bacon, avocado, chorizo, hash browns and Hollandaise dashed with some chili oil. This bad boy kills hangovers, especially when paired with a nutella and banana smoothie.
When: Sat and Sun, 9am-4.15pm.
Price: A la carte.

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Kennedy Town
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Duddell's

What: Brunch at Duddell's is an uncomplicated affair. Enjoy all-you-can-eat dim sum from the order sheet. There's 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: Sat, Sun and public holidays, midday-3pm.
Price: $480 per person with free-flow fresh juices and soft drinks + $200 for free-flow Veuve Clicquot champagne, selected cocktails, red and white wine.

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Central

La Vache!

What: Purveyors of steak frites La Vache! Throws it’s groovy Le Disco Brunch once a month. The feasting begins with a French baguette with Normandy butter and a salad of crisp lettuce, radish and walnuts to line the stomach. Then it's time to tuck into unlimited USDA prime rib-eye steak served with ridiculously addictive fries. Quaff on free-flow house wines, mimosas and La Guillotines - La Vache!’s twist on a Bloody Mary. Each sitting is for two hours but dance the calories off to live house DJ tunes.
When: The first Sunday of every month, midday-4.30pm.
Price: $488 per person.

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Central

Lily & Bloom

What: Lily & Bloom’s ‘All American Brunch’ boasts a buffet packed out with salads, cold cuts, fresh seafood, muesli and granola with yogurt and toppings, an omelette station and desserts, including a fab fountain of chocolate. Choose one main of brunch classics such as eggs Bene, French toast or if you’re hungry, steak and eggs. The bargain price also includes free flow bellinis, bloody barys, Pimms summer cups, beers, tea and coffee. 
When: Sat and Sun, 11am-4pm.
Price: $495 per person (a la carte menu avaiable).

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Central
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Little Creatures

What: Little Creatures may be known for its brews but it serves some pretty mean brunch dishes too. With sourdough, granola, eggs, waffles, croque madame, breakfast pizza, all the brunch bases are covered. From midday, the menu expands to feature sandwiches and more lunchable options like pastas, salads and burgers. And of course, there’s plenty of ale to wash it down with.
When: Sat, Sun and public holidays, 8am-4pm.
Price: A la carte.

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The best brunches in Wan Chai & Causeway Bay

Brunch Club & Supper

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, and everything in between, such as a mixed grill or the Brunch Club croque monsieur. There's plenty of cocktails and smoothies on offer too.
When: Sat and Sun, all day.
Price: A la carte.

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Wan Chai

Catalunya

What: This sumptuous Spanish brunch begins with a buffet of Spanish cured meats, breads, cheeses, seafood, stews and fruits, as well as some signatures such as the bikini and 'The Perfect Egg'.Main courses include paella and suckling pig, along with a premium seafood box that's delivered to your table, packed with fresh seafood. 
When: Sun, midday-4pm.
Price: $630 per person + $380 free-flow Veuve Clicquot champagne, sangria and Belvedere bloody mary or + $1,588 free-flow Krug Grande Cuvee champagne.

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Wan Chai

Flint Grill and Bar

What: Tuck into a buffet featuring Flint’s 64°C eggs benedict with Applewood bacon and more and delightful desserts such as s’mores. At the Butcher’s Block, sink your teeth into cuts such as 200-day grain-fed black angus Australian tomahawk. There’s also dishes such as iberico pork sliders with chipotle mayo. For an extra cost, you can level up the buffet and dive into the seafood bar, packed full of oceanic indulgences.
When: Sat and Sun, midday–2.30pm.
Price: $368 per person + $228 for seafood supplement + $180 for free-flow Veuve Cliquot champagne and sake.

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Già Trattoria

What: Perched on Wan Chai's Fenwick Pier, Già Trattoria offers an authentic Italian brunch with a view. The buffet begins with a selection of salads, cured meats and cheeses, followed by a choice of main courses such as spaghetti al pomodoro fresco and cotoletta di vitello alla Milanese.
When: Sat and Sun, midday-3pm.
Price: $308 per person + $158 free-flow prosecco and Peroni. 

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Wan Chai

The Grill

What: If you want to brunch overlooking Victoria Harbour, whilst poolside and surrounded by a verdant garden, The Grill at the Grand Hyatt has got you covered. Tuck into a barbecue brunch bursting with fresh and healthy salads, seafood, char-grilled meat and veg, breakfast faves and indulgent desserts. Keep hydrated at the fresh juice and smoothies station, too.
When: Sat and Sun, 11.30am-3pm
Price: $538 per person. $756 per person with free-flow sparkling wine, red and white wine and beer.

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Wan Chai

Lobster Bar

What: Brunch at one of the world’s best bars you say? This lobster-tastic brunch kicks of with a seafood platter full of indulgent treats such as lobster and foie gras terrine and sea urchin flan. After that, order as many mains as you like such as lobster eggs benedict on salmon brioche and lobster mornay vol-au-vents. There's also a carving station and, as always, save room for the dessert buffet.
When: Sat and Sun, midday-2.30pm.
Price: $768 per person with free-flow Veuve Clicquot champagne, red and white wine, beer and juices or $1,568 per person with free-flow Dom Perignon Vintage 2006 champagne.

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Nicholini's

What: Fancy an elegant Italian brunch? Nicholini’s is the place to go. Start with Italian cold cuts, suckling pig and seafood. Move onto mains like fresh tagliatelle with porcini and spinach or a honey-glazed lamb rack with fresh baby green salad, dried fruits and potato crust. And when in Rome, why not finish off with the pastry chef’s dessert selection?
When: Sat, midday-3pm.
Price: $638 per person including free-flow Perrier-Jouët champagne, wines, draught beer and other non-alcoholic beverages.

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Admiralty

The Pawn

What: Plenty of brunches have free-flow champers, but how about free flow puddings? The Pawn’s three course brunch begins with a sharing board including ricotta and crushed avocado. Choices of mains include British faves such as fish and chips or full English breakfast. Desserts rotate on a weekly basis but they’ll keep coming until you’re ready to pop.
When: Sat midday- 2.30pm, Sun 11am-1pm and 1.30pm- 3.30pm.
Price: $498 per person with free-flow soft drinks, orange juice and smoothies. $598 per person with free-flow Moët & Chandon Rosé Imperial champagne, bloody marys, red and white wines, beer, cider, house fruit punch, coffee and tea.

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Wan Chai

Pirata

What: Thirty floors up in Wan Chai is Pirata and the Sunday brunches here are a hearty affair. Stock up on the buffet of salad, cold cuts and cheese followed by meatballs, aspargus 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. Finish of with the chef's dessert selection.
When: Sat and Sun, midday-3pm.
Price: $298 + for free-flow $180 prosecco, red and white wine, Asahi, peach bellinis and lychee martinis.

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Wan Chai
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Seasons by Olivier E

What: This semi-buffet brunch is a fantastic French affair in the heart of Causeway Bay. Work your way through a buffet of seafood seafood, cold dishes, cheese and an egg station to name a few. Mains include French classics duck leg confit and moules marinière. Finish off with sweet treats such as the baked lemon tart and macarons. Just make sure you try the Hong Kong-style eggettes in either matcha or chocolate flavour.
When: Sun, midday-4pm.
Price: $498 per person + $128 for free-flow wines and beer, + $190 for free-flow champagne.

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The best brunches in Kowloon

Alibi

What: Head over to Mong Kok’s Alibi and kick off Sunday with fresh seafood, charcuterie and cheese platters and even raclette. Hot offerings include suckling pig and grilled Nürnberger sausages. Made made-to-order mains feature Atlantic lobster thermidor, slow roasted New Zealand lamb rack or grilled wagyu beef. There’s heaps of desserts, too, so make sure you leave room for the chocolate cheesecake and more.
When: Sun, 11.30am-2.30pm.
Price: $418 per person with free-flow fresh juices and soft drinks + $280 for free-flow Laurent-Perrier champagne, house wines, local beers and a bloody mary cocktail station.

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Hutong

What: This northern Chinese restaurant dishes up some fiery dishes with a view. Hutong’s Feng Wei brunch features sharing dishes such as the signature red lantern soft shell crab and crispy de-boned lamb ribs. If you’re feeling it a little from the night before, there’s plenty of spicy Sichuan dishes to kick the hangover. And if you’re not feeling rough, get involved in the weekly-changing activities on offer such as dim sum making and noodle pulling.
When: Sun, midday-3pm.
Price: $428 per person + $200 for free-flow Veuve Cliquot Champagne, cocktails and wine.

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Tsim Sha Tsui

Kitchen

What: Kitchen’s detox, retox and repeat brunch is one of the most comprehensive spreads Hong Kong has to offer. The buffet boasts more seafood than you can shake a stick at, carved meats from steak to suckling pig and a wide variety of Chinese favourites, including dim sum. There’s plenty of offerings to keep vegetarians happy and the dessert buffet will have you loading your plate more than once.
When: Sun, midday-3pm.
Price: $828 per person with free-flow Veuve Cliquot champagne, wine, beer and cocktails.

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West Kowloon
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Ozone

What: Sky high on the 118th floor of the ICC building, Ozone is one of Hong Kong’s fanciest brunches in the world’s highest bar. Chow down on fine treats such as oysters and foie gras terrine as well Joselito ham - known as the ‘best ham in the world’. There’s a grill and seafood station with Boston lobsters, wagyu beef and more, as well as an extensive dessert selection including pancakes, poffertjes and waffles. You can even design your own ice cream, too!
When: Sun, midday-3pm.
Price: $1,348 per person with free-flow Dom Pérignon champagne, $2,198 per person with free-flow Dom Pérignon rosé champagne.

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West Kowloon

Spasso

What: Brunch next to the harbour at Spasso’s semi buffet bonanza. Start with a variety of egg dishes, freshly-baked breads, pizzas, Italian cold cuts, cheeses, salads, roast carving station, seafood, sushi and sashimi before moving onto mains. Choose from mains such as mixed seafood risotto, linguine bolognese, iberico pork loin, Alaskan cod or the chef's signature - a US beef striploin tagliata with arugula, Parmesan shavings and aged balsamic.
When: Sun, 11.30am-3.30pm.
Price: $368-$438 per person (depending on choice of main) + $125 for free-flow wine, + $198 for free-flow prosecco, + $298 for free-flow Veuve Clicquot champagne.

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Tsim Sha Tsui East

The Steak House

What: This all-American semi-buffet is a meaty affair, freshly seared on the charcoal grill. Featuring one of the best salad bars in town, pile it high and make it as healthy or unhealthy as you like. Next up is lobster bisque followed by your choice of one of ten main courses prepared à la minute on the charcoal grill. Choose from rib-eye to filet mignon and lamb, fish and chicken offerings. Cancel out all the healthy salad action with the dessert buffet and if there’s room, try one of the fab milkshakes.
When: Sat and Sun, midday–2.30pm
Price: $898 with free-flow soft drinks and fresh juice, + $200 for free-flow champagne and sommelier's red wine selection.

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Tsim Sha Tsui
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Tosca

What: Another Ritz-Carlton sky-high brunch is Tosca’s Italian feast of neapolitan pizza, sea salt sea bass, grilled lobster and a whole host of delightful Italian delicacies. There’s also a pasta station so get ready to carb load with one of the best brunch views in town.
When: Sun, 11.30am - 3pm
Price: $868 per person free-flow Veuve Clicquot champagne, $1,008 per person with free-flow Ruinart Rosé or Blanc de blancs champagne, $2,488 per person with free-flow 2006 Dom Pérignon.

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West Kowloon

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