From luxurious hotel gourmet to dim sum, there's something for everyone in our guide to the best brunch in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong is known for its multicultural culinary scene, whether it’s finding the most popular halal restaurants and French restaurants, or local favourites like yum cha and hot pot, there are always a great deal of options. And everyone fancies a good weekend brunch, for it’s even more relaxing and perfectly sinful with buffet goodness. So here, we present to you our picks for the best brunch in Hong Kong. Enjoy!
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We always have the best time at Honjo! This contemporary Japanese restaurant is an absolute gem in Sheung Wan, with its friendly service and convivial atmosphere. Spacious and great for groups, we (and our friends) are regulars here and are big fans of its free-flow brunch. Offering unbeatable value from just $498 per person, you can enjoy unlimited nigiri, maki, and sashimi. You can even top up on free-flow oysters for just $68! On top of that, you’ll be served a selection of starters to share and a choice of mains, with options such as flank steak, salmon teriyaki, and Honjo tempura. While there are desserts to finish you off, be sure to complete your brunch experience with a two-hour free-flow drinks package, which includes bottomless sake, wine, cocktails, and more. The best thing? One child eats for free per two adults, so that your whole family can delight in a relaxing brunch experience together over the weekend.
Honjo, 1/F, 77-91 Queen’s Road West, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, p. 2663 3772
Be warned: pace yourself at LPM’s “La Vie en Rosé” Champagne brunch! The French-Mediterranean feast begins with a free-flow selection of appetisers – a whopping 14 of them – including the classic Frog Leg Aioli; the signature Tuna Carppaccio; our favourite Warm Heirloom Tomato Tart; and many more. Next, you can choose a main course among options such as the crowd favourite Homemade Pappardelle with Beef Ragout and Mushroom; and the Squid Ink Risotto with Zucchini Flower; plus a side dish. As for dessert, we simply can’t get over the Pain Perdu Facon – French toast with spice ice cream. And of course, what’s “La Vie en Rosé” without some rosé? Sip on the free-flow Figuière Méditerranée Rosé Jeroboam and Champagne magnums of NV Legras & Haas Rosé Brut. Feel free to try the new cocktails, too, like Riviera Blanc, made with Ketal One, Côtes de Provence Blanc, and pink peppercorn Saint Germain.
LPM, H Queen’s, 23-29 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2887 1113
3. A Lux
Sample the refined “Buon Fine Settimana” brunch at A Lux to celebrate the weekend, with the stars of the show being the premium Siberian Sturgeon Caviar and free-flow Champagne. In addition, you’ll be served a selection of antipasti, followed of your choice of house-made pasta. The speciality of Executive Chef Kwan Wai-chung, the pastas at A Lux will easily be one of the highlights of your experience. Take your pick between the signature (and our absolute favourite) Carabineros Prawn Fettucine; Abalone Spinosini with Garlic and Chilli; Parmesan Risotto with Lobster-Scallop Ragout; and more. As for the mains, meat-eaters would love the refillable Roasted USDA Ribeye (yes, you read that right, so better come hungry!), or go for the Half Spring Chicken, Barramundi, amongst other options. We hope you still have room for dessert, because you won’t want to miss the dessert trolley, laden with mille-feuille, tiramisu, macaron, chocolate truffle, hand-crafted cheeses, and more.
A Lux, Shop M2, M/F, Baskerville House, 13 Duddell Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2663 9938
4. Hue Dining
Swing by Hue Dining for brunch before visiting the exhibitions inside the Hong Kong Museum of Art. Available every weekend (and accompanied by brilliant live jazz performances on Sundays), the Australian brunch is headlined by the free-flow Gosset Extra Brut Champagne and includes an assortment of sharing starters, a main, and a dessert. Whet your appetite with the seaweed crackers with smoked paprika and whipped cod’s roe; kingfish, saffron, and fennel salad with Gremolata; heirloom tomato topped with soft poached egg “kimchi Shakshuka”; and more. For the mains, take your pick between the Limestone coast wagyu flank steak served with confit garlic, maitake mushroom, and heirloom carrots in Madeira sauce; house-made Cumberland sausage served with wholegrain mustard mash potatoes, white onion, chives, and pork crackling; and other dishes. To wrap up, we recommend the sweet and refreshing nut and seed granola with sago pudding, mixed berries, and yoghurt ice-cream.
Hue Dining, 1/F, Hong Kong Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 3500 5888
We’re head over heels for Olé! Celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, the renowned Spanish restaurant is offering its greatest hits for brunch, including a wonderful selection of tapas to share such as Spanish Iberico ham with tomato bread; our fave “Gambas al Ajillo” sizzling tiger prawns; the tender Grilled Spanish Octopus with ratte potato, alioli, and paprika; and more. Next, you can choose your main (we recommend the special Red Prawn Paella & Sea Urchin alioli for its amazing burst of flavour!), then finish off with a choice of dessert. With live music resuming, you’ll be serenaded by live guitars during the course of your meal, which only makes this brunch even better. The price point is fantastic too, with free-flow options for wine, cava, and sangria. Olé for Olé!
Olé, 1/F, Shun Ho Tower, 24-30 Ice House Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2523 8624
6. Carbon Brews Central
If you think Carbon Brews Central is “just a pub”, you’re in for a big surprise – because the food here is just as excellent as its draft beer! The taproom’s brunch menu features eight mouth-watering dishes, served with house-made pickles and sauces. Highlights include the Corned Beef Benedict – with two poached eggs and rich hollandaise sauce on top; Cod Fish Sourdough Toast – spicy cod with pickles, lettuce, a creamy curry mayonnaise, and a dash of seaweed powder; and the French Toast for those who are craving something sweet and decadent.
In addition to its brunch items, you can also order from the a la carte menu. We couldn’t stop munching on the Whitebait Fries (truly addictive, we’re warning ya) and we’d also recommend the Crazy Rich Beer Cheese for a hearty and Instagrammable cheese pull. And because no brunch is complete with free-flow, make sure to go for the two-hour bottomless drinks package to enjoy the rotating beers on tap, draft G&T, house wines, and more.
Carbon Brews Central, Shop 1, G/F, The Centrium, 60 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 5409 4840
To celebrate the coming of spring, French-Japanese restaurant Bifteck has launched the “Fête du Bifteck – Printemps” weekend brunch, a feast with salad, soup, appetisers, a main, a side, and a dessert. Begin with dishes like Dry Aged 25 Days Belgian Beef Tartare and Crab Mayonnaise Taco, then move onto carnivorous offerings such as Slow-cooked USDA SRF Wagyu Chunk Flap Tail and Spanish Iberico Pork Rack. Go for the Seared Assorted Seafood Rigatoni for a hearty pasta dish featuring the freshest catch, and be sure to complement it with a refreshing Citrus Marinated Beetroot on the side. And because no brunch is complete without a free-flow, simply add on two hours of unlimited sparkling wine and sparkling rosé to create your ultimate bubbly weekend.
Bifteck, 23/F, QRE Plaza, 202 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 2246 8805
8. KITCHEN, W Hong Kong
What makes a perfect Sunday? A fantastic free-flow brunch, of course! Hop over to W Hong Kong’s KITCHEN for its Sunday Brunch Buffet package, complete with bottomless VCP Champagne, wine, beer, and more. While you enjoy the sunshine and stunning ocean views from the floor-to-ceiling windows, start off with a selection of fresh seafood, followed by crowd favourites such as Flambé Beef Sandwich with Caramelised Foie Gras; the made-to-order Japanese Soft-boiled Egg with Caviar on Lobster Froth; and the “Pacific Rim” dish of Tomato Pesto Crusted Lamb Rack. Before you try the exclusive desserts, don’t forget to check out KITCHEN’s new signature cocktail station, too, which offers upbeat summer-themed tipples to elevate your feast.
Purchase your ticket to the brunch via W the Shop for an exclusive discount!
KITCHEN, 6/F, W Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon Station, Kowloon, Hong Kong, p. 3717 2299
9. Cruise Restaurant & Bar, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong
What better way to celebrate the weekend than to revel in Hyatt Centric’s scrumptious brunch (from $788 per person)? At Cruise, the Hotel’s rooftop restaurant and bar, you can take in panoramic views of the Harbour while sharing a range of hearty dishes with your family and friends. On the first Saturday of every month, you can enjoy the flavours of both land and sea with bottomless Teasers such as yellowfin tuna, Hokkaido scallop, pork hock, and charred sweet corn.
Next, graze on main dishes like the Satay Shashlik with pickles, peanuts, and coconut; Canadian Chilli Lobster and Blue Swimmer Crab; along with Egg Fried Rice & Crispy Roti. Carnivores will love the M5 Wagyu Sirloin Ssam, with mustard relish and ginger. Finally, wrap up your meal with Fire and Ice – a refreshing coconut ice cream served with summer berries, prepped right by your table. Be sure to whip out your cameras for this one!
Oh, and did we mention that Cruise’s brunch package comes with 2.5 hours of free-flow drinks – including the deluxe G. H. Mumm Champagne? Complete your ultimate brunch experience with the unlimited Signature Punch by Mackenzie Ross, house wines, beers, and soft drinks. And why not check in for a staycation and keep the party going all weekend?
Cruise Restaurant & Bar, 23/F, West Tower, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong, 1 North Point Estate Lane, North Point, Hong Kong, p. 3896 9898
10. Nissa La Bella
Take a mini-trip to the French Riviera with the luxurious weekend brunch at Nissa La Bella. (Bonus points: no jet lag! But with the option to add free-flow drinks – including Whispering Angel rosé wine and Veuve Clicquot Champagne – you might still be in the mood for a lie in on the next day.) A seafood feast is a “must-have” for some of the best weekend brunches in Hong Kong and, with fresh seafood imported from France, The Riviera Seafood Brunch at Nissa La Bella does not disappoint.
In addition to the signature socca (a flat-bread like pancake made with chickpea flour and a quintessential staple of street food in Nice) with marinated peppers to whet the appetite, the brunch at Nissa La Bella not only includes a show-stopping seafood platter – with oysters, prawns, gravlax, and hamachi – but also a brimming bowlful of moules with french fries. Seafood lovers can also choose to add either an additional half or whole lobster with beurre blanc sauce and roasted potatoes. Book your table – and put a standing appointment in your calendar – for the last Saturday and Sunday of the month to enjoy the relaxed Mediterranean vibe with the weekend brunch at Nissa La Bella.
Nissa La Bella, 6-14 Upper Station Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, p. 9549 3882
11. Sunset Grill, Sheraton Tung Chung Hong Kong Hotel
Delight in panoramic views of the sea and rich Mediterranean flavours at Sunset Grill with its Weekend Brunch menu. Start off with a Seafood Platter, filled with Fine de Claire Oysters, Norwegian Snow Crab, Half Lobster, and more. Next, head over to the Chef Table to find a selection of antipasti and pinchos which pay tribute to Chef Martín’s Catalan heritage. These snacks include croquettes, Garlic Prawns and Beef Sliders, Picanha Steak with Potato Mash, various European cheeses, and more. For the mains, choose between Steak and Egg; Hokkaido Scallop with Fennel Puree; Joselito Ibérico Pork Secreto; or the vegetarian Ratatouille. Finally, you’ll be served the Dessert Platter, comprising cream puffs, Oreo cheesecake, raspberry mousse, and fruits. Wash it all down with a drinks package – non-alcoholic and alcoholic bevs are both available.
Reserve your seat online via the hotel’s e-shop to enjoy exclusive discounts.
Sunset Grill, 19/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel, 9 Yi Tung Road, Tung Chung, Hong Kong, p. 2535 0025
12. Uma Nota
Celebrate the weekend and public holidays at with Uma Nota’s signature brunch. Begin with six Petiscos Starters such as Takoyaki a la Uma Nota; Salmão Curado; and Crispy Soft Shell Crab Salad. Then, opt between four mains to share. Choices include Tobanyaki Amazonico (seafood stew); Carne de fumeiro (smoked pork shoulder); and the crowd favourite File de Costela (21 day-aged Ribeye steak). Don’t forget to save room for the classic dessert platter with ice cream and seasonal fruits at the very end!
Wanna take your Uma Nota brunch experience up a notch? Join the monthly special O Carnaval Brunch on the last Saturday of every month! Beginning on 29 April, the iconic brunch party offers an immersive and entertaining experience with vibrant dishes, free-flow drinks, and energetic performances, including drumming, dancing, and more. The food menu is different to the usual brunch, with unique offerings like Lula a la brasa (grilled squid served with red bell pepper chimichurri and cassava farofa); Karaage ao Passarinho (Japanese-style fried chicken served in Brazilian boteco-style); Churrasco platter with chargrilled rib-eye, pork sausage, and spring chicken served with baby potato, roasted vegetables, mixed greens, and Brazilian vinaigrette; and more.
Uma Nota, 38 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2889 7576
13. Maison Libanaise
In search of a unique brunch experience in Hong Kong? Gather with your loved ones at Le Salon of Maison Libanaise! From noon on the second Sunday of every month, the Lebanese canteen is hosting Grillades À La Maison – a Beiruti Sunday rooftop barbecue tradition that offers sharing-style dishes to be enjoyed as a group. Your feast begins with a variety of mezze such as Hummus, Baba Ghanoush, Watermelon Feta Salad, and Levantine Fattoush. Then comes a selection of barbecued mains – all meticulously seasoned and grilled to perfection by Head Chef Teya Mikhael. Dig into unlimited Traboulse Shish Taouk, Green Shatta Squid, Kafta Skewers and – our favourites – Baharat Cauliflower Steak and Kabse Tiger Prawns. Feeling hot next to the grill? Cool off with some flowing bubbles, rosé, or sangria (non-alcoholic options available), before wrapping it up with a refreshing fruit platter.
Maison Libanaise, 10 Shelley Street, SoHo, Hong Kong, p. 2111 2284
Planning to head out for a nice brunch in Hong Kong? Tokyolima’s Matsuri Brunch will be the perfect way to spend your weekend and public holidays. The brunch begins with a trio of appetisers to share, followed by the restaurant’s signature Ki-Mo-Chi Fried Chicken; The Weeknd Salad; and Edamame Hummus. Next, for the entree, you can take your pick between Nikky Katsu; stir-fried rump steak; pan-fried mackerel; and more. To wrap things up is the Easy Breezy dessert platter. Don’t forget to order a free-flow package to wash it all down!
Tokyolima, G/F, 18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2811 1152
15. Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill
Crispy bacon, pancakes, omelettes… Get ready for the quintessential American brunch in Hong Kong at Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill. The weekend brunch menu here offers classic items such as Buttermilk Pancakes with Maple Syrup – a stack of three fresh, fluffy, American-style pancakes; Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict; California Omelette with honey ham, mushroom, and Gouda cheese; and more. Can’t pick a favourite? Go for Dan Ryan’s Classic Brunch which has a bit of everything – from crispy bacon and eggs, to breakfast sausage to pancakes. For a sweet finish, try the Carrot Cake Milkshake – a decadent mixture of carrot cake, hazelnut syrup, and vanilla ice cream. Make your brunch boozy by adding the 90-minute free-flow drinks package with house wine, selected beer, and spirits.
Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill has multiple branches across Hong Kong.
Available every Friday to Sunday, Percy’s Free-Flow Brunch Menu features an eclectic mix of seafood and meats. Our favourite starters include the razor clams and freshly shucked oysters. These are followed by the unique Dry-aged Tuna Merguez Sausage and a hearty Seafood Quiche, packed with scallops, prawns, blue crab, caramelised onions, and more. The Tuna Melt and the signature Percy’s Burger are also crowd favourites, which you pair with sides such as Smoked Eel Hash Browns. Finish off with desserts like the Chocolate Croissant Bread Pudding. And, drinkers, don’t forget to add on a two-hour free-flow package, which offers Tamarind Margaritas, prosecco, campari spritz, and other bevs to wash everything down!
Percy’s, G/F, 18-18A Shelley Street, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong, p. 2898 2699
17. Club Rangoon
Looking for something different? Be sure to try the colourful Lite Pwel Brunch from Club Rangoon, one of the few Burmese restaurants in Hong Kong. Revamped for the new year, this brunch menu is loaded with classic street snacks and less well known authentic main dishes. Eat to your heart’s content with its unlimited starters, followed by a choice of main. Options include Mohinga; Nangyi Thoke (rice noodle salad with shredded chicken); an authentic curry; and more. The fun doesn’t end there – make room for Burmese tea ice-cream and free-flow drinks.
Club Rangoon, G/F, 33 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2503 3077
This chic and spacious Japanese izakaya’s brunch is naturally one of Hong Kong’s favourites – they’ve bagged the Gold Award in our 2022 Love Local Awards for Best Brunch! Their weekend brunch runs from 11am to 3pm – plenty of time to sample their sharing plates. For mains, you can opt for flavourful dishes like teriyaki salmon fillet, spicy beef tenderloin, grilled hamachi kama, and more. And then indulge in an extravagant dessert platter served much like a sashimi – fresh fruits on ice, with ice-cream on top and assorted desserts. You can add in 2.5 hours of free-flow bubbles, because what is brunch without free-flow? Choose from their signature, deluxe, or premium selection of French champagne to start your weekend on the right foot.
Zuma, Levels 5 & 6, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, p. 3657 6388
19. Brasserie on the Eighth, Conrad Hong Kong
Brasserie on the Eighth at Conrad does brunch up right on weekends with its amazing Champagne Brunch on the Eighth. Spread across the entire floor, all the way from the Brasserie itself to the neighbouring Nicholini’s, the brunch offers various stations for you to take whatever you fancy. Find yourself at the seafood corner on one end, then head to the cheese library – but not before stopping by the live carving station and the Mix & Shake Bar for a quick refill. Don’t forget to choose your main and save space in your stomach for the Dessert Platter!
Read our full thoughts on Champagne Brunch on the Eighth.
Brasserie on the Eighth, Level 8, Conrad Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong, p. 2822 8803
Taste the flavours of northern Chinese cuisine with the Feng Wei Brunch at Hutong. Coinciding with its move to the nearby H Zentre, the weekend brunch menu has also been refreshed, now offering unlimited dim sum and appetisers. And as if the stunning views of the Victoria Harbour aren’t enough, the chef also prepares selected dishes at the table for your entertainment. With free-flow champagne, cocktails, wine, sake, and beer as part of the menu, the Feng Wei Brunch is definitely one of our favourite brunches in Hong Kong.
Hutong, 18/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 3428 8342
We can’t get enough of the Thai extravaganza at Ruam! For brunch, you get to share an assortment of small plates, such as juicy pork neck; Som Tum papaya salad; fresh pomelo salad rice paper rolls; and more, before choosing a main dish from the menu. Enjoy the green chicken curry with jasmine rice, or go for the classic Pad See Ew – whichever you choose, you’ll be in good hands. Make it boozy with a two-hour free-flow package with wine, prosecco, and Singha lager.
Ruam, Shop 9, 1/F, J Senses, 60 Johnston Road (entrance on Ship Street), Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 3160 8535
Located in the heart of Central, Spiga’s Italian brunch is a perfect way to enjoy Sunday with friends and family in Hong Kong. This al fresco restaurant features one of the freshest buffets in town, filled with premium Italian cold cuts, jet-fresh seafood, salads, and other delicacies. You can also tuck into the meats offered at the carving station, complemented by pasta and hot dishes. Next, order a main dish, with choices such as homemade tagliolini with Italian black truffle, Pecorino fondue, and raw egg yolk; roasted whole New Zealand lamb rack; Piedmontese beef tartare, prepared tableside; and more. In addition to leaving some room for the desserts, you can add on a wine and cocktail free-flow for two hours. This is definitely one of the best brunches in Hong Kong, with the live music making it a lovely meal to remember.
Spiga, 3/F, LHT Tower, 31 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2871 0055
23. The Tai Pan, The Murray, Hong Kong
The Tai Pan at The Murray, Hong Kong creates a feast for the senses. We recommend getting there early to kick things off with some free-flow champagne and cocktails before starting off your food journey at the buffet. Find a variety of salads, cold cuts, and cheeses, or try the Peking duck and other delights from the carving station. After the freshly shucked seasonal oysters or crispy crab cakes are delivered to your table, you can tuck into your choice of main, like the squid ink seafood linguine, grilled lamb chops, and grilled hanger steak. Wrap up the brunch with the epic selection of homemade cakes, pastries, and fruits.
In addition, the brunch at The Murray is also kid-friendly, with an assortment of fingers foods and treats to keep them happy in the children’s section. What’s more, there’s even a doggie food menu, so you can bring your furry pals along and no one gets left out!
The Tai Pan, The Murray, Hong Kong, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, Hong Kong, p. 3141 8888
24. Te Quiero Mucho
This buzzing three-storey Mexican eatery takes brunch to a homey, cosy level by pairing it with board games and booze. Te Quiero Mucho’s brunch menu includes four starters (three of them veggie-friendly), free-flow tacos, and churros for dessert. As for board games, prepare to get competitive over a classic game of Uno, Foosball, Air Hockey, Cards Against Humanity, and more. Wait, it gets better – simply add on the drinks package for all-you-can-drink margaritas, paloma, wines, and bubbles! Brunch in Hong Kong just can’t get better than this.
Te Quiero Mucho, 286, Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, p. 3423 3290
The neighbourhood favourite, Chaiwala, brings good food, drinks, and colour to your weekend! Be transported to India in a venue decorated with flowers, lights, and colourful Holi powder. Dig into a selection of chaats served to your table for sharing, then you can order your tandoor and curry dishes (with vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options available), lastly followed by a selection of desserts to close out this brunch. Looking for free-flow? For an extra, you can sip on some lassi, wines, and even champagne.
Chaiwala, Basement, 55 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2362 8988
26. Hotal Colombo
On the hunt for a cheap and cheerful weekend brunch? Hotal Colombo has you covered. Whet your appetite with some devilled chickpeas and other snacks as you decide on which main you’d like to enjoy. Choices include Kothu and Jaffna Shrimp Kari, but our favourite has always been the String Hoppers and Pol Sambol. Throw in a jug of cocktail or a dessert, and you’ll be officially done for the weekend.
Hotal Colombo, 31 Elgin Street, SoHo, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2488 8863
27. Beef & Liberty
All Beef & Liberty restaurants across the city serve a huge brunch menu that is perfect for both omnivores and vegetarians alike. Available all day on weekends, the brunch features popular dishes such as The Full English, Breakfast Hamburger, and hearty toasties. Sides include crispy onion rings, Liberty Fries, and more, as well as a range of desserts to wrap it all up.
Beef & Liberty has numerous branches across Hong Kong.
28. The Envoy, The Pottinger Hong Kong
Served every weekend at The Envoy in The Pottinger Hotel, the all-you-can-eat brunch is full of colonial-inspired delights. Expect an array of small plates, such as Auntie’s Netted Spring Rolls, Butter Chicken Lollipops, and veggie-friendly tater tots. Big plate options include the classic Bangers and Mash, steak and fries, and more. For those who drink, don’t miss out on the bottomless wines, beer, and champagne package. And while you’re there, be sure to check out The Envoy’s seasonal cocktails, too.
The Envoy, 3/F, The Pottinger Hong Kong, 74 Queen’s Road Central, Central District, Hong Kong, p. 2169 3311
29. Mak Mak
One of the tastiest brunch offerings in town, Mak Mak serves up a range of non-stop Thai cuisine every Saturday and Sunday. Its basic package already comes with free-flow non-alcoholic beverages, and diners can enjoy specialities such as green chicken curry, tom yum goong, and pad Thai along with an assortment of delicious starters. You can also upgrade your brunch to enjoy free-flow champagne, house wines, and more.
Mak Mak, Unit 217A, 2/F, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2983 1003
30. Casa Lisboa
Home to contemporary Portuguese cuisine, Casa Lisboa offers a fantastic weekend brunch menu. Its Portuguese Winter Brunch offers five starters to share, featuring classics like Red Prawn Tartare; Caldo Verde Soup; and Garlic Octopus, followed by a choice of main. Chase it all down with a sweet treat, and you will be all set to take on the weekend. If you want free-flow bevs to pair with your food, there are sangria, wines, and cocktails available.
Casa Lisboa, 2/F, Parekh House, 63 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2905 1168
The Indonesian-inspired brunch at Kaum is a taste sensation that is sure to kick off your weekend on a good foot. Dig into unlimited portions of small plates like the gado-gado; marinated fresh tuna; grilled prawn and mackerel fish satay; and more. Then, choose a main dish to serve with rice, and finish off with the Indonesian traditional dessert platter. Two hours of free-flow champagne, cocktails, and other alcoholic beverages are also available for you to add on.
Kaum, 100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, p. 2858 6066
French Japanese restaurant Lumi serves an all-you-can-eat weekend brunch that’ll certainly satisfy your appetite. Created by renowned chef Kihachi Kumagai, there are around 10 types of unlimited starters, plus a choice of main for you to enjoy. Options include Grilled U.S. Petite Tender with Sakura and Toyama Shrimp; Hokkaido Pork Chop in Parisian Style; and more. Last but not least is the Dessert Platter, which features seasonal fresh fruits, pastries, and a Lychee Champagne Jelly.
Lumi, Shop 301, Level 3, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong, p. 2918 1313
33. SOMM, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
The SOMMkind of Brunch (from $768 per person) at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is a deluxe way to mark the weekend! The experience comes with 90 minutes of free-flow sparkling wine, seasonal cocktails, and other beverages curated by the sommeliers. Begin with a huge box of artisanal starters to share, featuring homemade Sourdough Bread, Cinnamon Roll, and Nori Brioche; Freshly Shucked Ebisu Winter Oyster; Home Cured and Smoked Ocean Trout; and more.
Then, choose a main from seven options such as the Western Australian Spiny Lobster BBQ on the Binchotan; Toothfish on the Plancha; the signature Bresse Pigeon and Foie Gras Pithivier (to share); among others. End the feast with one of SOMM’s scrumptious desserts and you are done for the day.
SOMM, 7/F, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2132 0055
34. Madame Fù
Classic Parisian decor meets Chinese favourites in the historic site of Tai Kwun. Guests here are not only spoilt for choice when it comes to seating and setting, but Madame Fù’s weekend Love to Brunch also offers unlimited Peking duck, dim sum, and lots more. We love that there are also full menus for vegetarians, vegans, and those who require gluten-free options. And, of course, don’t miss out on the restaurant’s free-flow of bubbles, wines, sake, and spirits.
Madame Fù, 3/F, Barrack Block, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2114 2118
Brunch for six days a week, with free-flow drinks at no extra cost? You heard that right. At LucAle, get ready to dive right into a food coma with unlimited plates of salads, mixed cold cuts, and burrata with parma ham. Plus, your glasses will always be full, as the brunch comes with two hours of free-flow house red, white, and sparkling Italian wine. If you want something more filling to prep your stomach for the bottomless drinks, opt for a pasta or meat dish to add onto your brunch.
LucAle, Shop A, 100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, p. 3611 1842
Holy crab! Head over to Fumi to taste the exquisite A4 Miyazaki Beef and Snow Crab Leg Weekend Brunch. Savour unlimited Japanese delicacies, ranging from salads and sashimi, to tempura and grill. You can pick one main dish, such as Assorted Sushi; Mini Rice Bowl with Chopped Toro and Japanese Leek; Japanese Maitake Mushroom and and Vegetable Small Pot; among other options. There are three free-flow packages to choose from, with the most comprehensive one covering champagne, wines, sake, and beer.
Fumi, 6/F, California Tower, 30-36 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2328 3302
37. Maka Hiki
Fancy a tropical escape this weekend? Check out the brunch at Maka Hiki in Tai Hang. Its Weekend Brunch Menu includes two hours of free-flow, the perfect accompaniment to the restaurant’s most popular dishes. The starters and sides are all made for sharing, followed by one main dish of your choice, and ending with some desserts. Highlights include the Coconut Indo Fried Chicken; the vegetarian coconut curry; the sticky-sweet Half Lombok Baby Chicken; amongst others. If you’re a fan of cocktails, sample Maka Hiki’s island-inspired cocktails, such as the Pina Colada and the fruity Bikini Girl.
Maka Hiki, 2/F, Little Tai Hang – The Corner House, 98 Tung Lo Wan Road, Tai Hang, Hong Kong, p. 2155 1777
Meats in SoHo serves perhaps the perfect cure for hangovers in Central on the weekends. Guests going for the brunch can pick between a variety of starters, mains, sides, and desserts. Highlights include the signature Meats Burger; The Works (which consists of smoked pork belly, jalapeño sausage, fried egg, and more); the vegetarian Cauliflower Bum Bum; and more. And with the Kids Brunch Menu, even the little ones will be satisfied!
Meats, G/F, 28-30 Staunton Street, SoHo, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2711 1812
Dragon-i (no longer open for brunch)
On Saturdays, Dragon-i – one of Hong Kong’s hippest venues – offers its weekend dim sum brunch. From 12 to 3.30pm, guests can enjoy all-you-can-eat dim sum and free-flow champagne, house beers, spirits, and wines. This is the spot to hit if you are looking to do some celeb-spotting.
Dragon-i, UG/F, The Centrium, 60 Wyndham Street, Hong Kong, p. 3110 1222
208 Duecento Otto (permanently closed)
A long-time Sheung Wan favourite, 208 Duecento Otto’s brunch serves two different packages: a two-course menu with appetisers and a dessert, or three courses to include a main dish. The appetisers come in a platter, with six drool-worthy items, such as parma ham and burrata, cold cuts of porchetta, homemade marinated salmon, and mussels marinara. You can add on two hours of free-flow prosecco or champagne, as well.
208 Duecento Otto, 208 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, p. 2549 0208, 上環荷李活道208號地舖
Brooklyn Yakuza (permanently closed)
Did someone say free-flow sake? Yep, we did, as Brooklyn Yakuza is now launching its brand new Bottomless Saké Brunch menu! You can sip on Yakuza Highballs while feasting on a variety of starters to share, followed by a choice of mains such as the miso grilled salmon, wasabi prawn udon, wagyu beef cheek, and more. For those with a sweet tooth, make sure to leave room for desserts – although the tabletop sake carafe towers will also need some work, because did we mention that those are unlimited? And if you want to continue the party after brunch, simply head downstairs from the main dining area to Brooklyn Yakuza’s Oyabun cocktail lounge for more fun and booze. Tempted? Simply send a WhatsApp message to the hotline 5460 0014 to get booking!
Brooklyn Yakuza, 29 Wyndham Street, 29 LKF, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2866 1034