Top Brunch Spots in Hong Kong

The best part of the weekend is treating yourself to a delicious brunch! There are several unforgettable menus on offer in Hong Kong but here is a list we think you and your foodie friends should give a go!

The Envoy

This British Colonial-themed restaurant which is situated in a boutique hotel serves all you can eat brunch on weekends for just $288. Brunch kicks off with small plates such as Butter Chicken Lollipop and Auntie’s Netted Spring Rolls followed by bigger plates of British classics Bangers and Mash and Fish and Chips. All of this can be washed down with free-flowing wine or champagne.

Elementary

Famous for their brunching, the Aussies have brought some tasty dishes to make your weekend even better. On the menu are your traditional brunch go to options such as smashed avocado and eggs on sourdough. Elementary also has bigger bites to crave your hunger such as their Brekkie Burger of fried eggs, melted cheddar, tomato, panko’d avo, vegemite. You can’t get your bubbles yet at Elementary, but you can still enjoy your brunch alongside some fresh juices and a flat white.

Rummin Tings

If you’re looking to steer away from your more conventional brunch items, then Rummin Tings is the place for you. At this relaxed Caribbean restaurant, you won’t regret swapping your eggs for their yummy Jerk chicken and Sticky Island ribs. For a little extra cost, you can get unlimited beer, wine, and cocktails for two hours (worth it).

Gaucho

This is one of Hong Kong’s most popular brunch spots and we can understand why! You’ve got three options to choose from depending on your craving for bubbles, the first is the Picaro – the brunch only option, Refresco – brunch with soft drinks and if you want to go all out and get your alcohol fix, go for the Bebida brunch.

Fang Fang

Fang Fang’s brunch menu has had a recent makeover and now has some new treats to choose from. The starters which include steamed pork and shrimp dumplings and steamed, vegetarian dumplings to fried chicken dumplings are all unlimited so make sure you come prepared to indulge because you’ve got your mains and desserts still to follow!

MEATS

If you’re looking for a meaty brunch with a laid-back vibe then this is the perfect weekend visit for you. If you’re heading there in a group, you can get the sharing menu which is only $290 per person and includes delicious mains like the chicken waffle with avocado. Sounds like the perfect cure for a heavy Friday night.

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