Brunch in Hong Kong needs no explanation – it’s just a matter of choosing any of the best brunch spots in Hong Kong. The humble meal that comes between breakfast and lunch is given a supersized makeover in this city. Weekend brunch menus include everything from Italian favorites and Asian delicacies to all-you-can-eat dim sum, Indian feasts – they are much more than just pancakes and eggs. All of this is topped off with unlimited cocktails to make the most of the day.
TMS’s guide to the best brunch spots in Hong Kong has you prepared whether you’re looking for a joyous affair, a relaxed meal or a blow-the-budget treat.
With Chaiwala’s weekend brunch, you will admire the colors and flavors of India. Begin your meal with a variety of shared appetizers and a biryani accompanied by a tandoor, curry and dessert of your choosing. You’ll leave with a positive attitude (and a full belly!) after trying dishes like the Classic Chicken Tikka, Tandoori Lamb Chops and Kerala Fish Curry.
When: Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Price: HK$298 per person for food (includes unlimited fresh salad station, six sharing starters and a sharing biryani, plus one dosa/tandoor, curry and dessert); add HK$120 per person for 2 hours of free-flow lassi, HK$180 per person for 2 hours of free-flow prosecco, house wines, beer and Beefeater gin and tonics or HK$298 per person for free-flow G.H. Mumm Grand Cordon NV Champagne.
Tacos are always a good idea, particularly when they’re mixed with unlimited Margaritas. Te Quiero Mucho’s weekend brunch is a great deal; only HK$290 for limitless burgers, tamales, nachos, churros and other Mexican favorites. Don’t forget the additional fun of their board games ranging from Uno to Cards Against Humanity.
When: Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, 12-3 p.m.
Price: HK$290 per person for food (includes unlimited helpings of select tacos, mains and churro dishes for two-hours). Add HK$298 per person for 2 hours free-flow.
FINI’s à-la-carte brunch is ideal for weekend get-togethers. Choose from FINI’s renowned pizzas and pastas, plus 2 hours of free-flow for just HK$99 in both Wan Chai and Soho.
When: Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, 12-4 p.m.
Price: À-la-carte menu items start at HK$119 for mains. Add HK$99 per person for 2 hours of free-flow prosecco or Asahi beer.
Ruam’s weekend brunch will transport you away from the busy Wan Chai streets, thanks to its laid-back al fresco terrace. The package includes sharing appetizers and one sharing main per diner as well as free-flow beer, wine and prosecco.
When: Saturday and Sunday, 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Price: HK$248 per person for food (includes sharing starters and one Thai main); add HK$248 per person for 2 hours free-flow house wines, prosecco, Singha lager, Thai iced tea, juice and coffee.
Taqueria Super Macho
Taqueria Super Macho’s Baja Beach Brunch, which takes place every other Sunday, aims to whisk you to the pristine beaches of Baja and Jalisco, complete with guac, nachos and tacos as well as free-flow pitchers of classic Margaritas and ice-cold beers. Stay updated on brunch specials like Huevos Divorciados and Chilaquiles Rojos, and don’t forget to try your luck on the Wheel de Fortuna.
When: Every other Sunday from 12 p.m.
Price: HK$448 per person for food (includes a set menu of starters, mains and tacos) and free-flow drinks.
Madame Fu’s brunch pleases with complimentary Peking duck, a dim sum cart and free-flow cocktails all set against the historical context of Tai Kwun. Choose from al fresco veranda or one of the restaurant’s several rooms – from the “Pretty in Pink” lounge to the elegant central eatery – all while dining on meals like crystal shrimp dumplings, Madame Fù’s char siu bao, vegetarian mapo tofu and an ice cream sundae dessert.
When: Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Peking duck station starts at 12 p.m.)
Price: HK$550 per person for food and nonalcoholic free-flow; HK$750 per person for food and free-flow prosecco, house wines, spirits, sake, beer, Bellinis and Aperol Spritz (or HK$950 to include Champagne). Food includes unlimited dim sum and Peking duck alongside one appetizer, main and dessert.
Pirata’s Italian brunch is affordable with unlimited cocktails and tasty food. Fried calamari and “My Mama’s Meatballs” are among the shared appetizers, while main courses feature roasted lamb shank, eggplant parmigiana, orecchiette with sausage and n’duja and more. Freshly made panna cotta, tiramisu and semifreddo desserts fill out the brunch, which includes free-flow beverages.
When: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 12-2 p.m.
Price: HK$298 per person for food (includes sharing starters, one main and one dessert); add HK$180 per person for 2 hours free-flow wines, prosecco, Peroni, Peach Bellinis and weekly special cocktail or HK$298 per person for free-flow G.H. Mumm Grand Cordon NV Champagne.
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