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Hong Kong’s best brunch spots

Time Out Hong Kong
  • Written by Time Out Hong Kong
Hong Kong's Best Brunch Spots Right Now

Brunch in Hong Kong is the ultimate weekend indulgence. There are limitless choices to be found in the city. From traditional classic British roasts to exotic new Portuguese and Japanese varieties, these are the best brunches not to miss.


The Envoy

The Envoy

This colonial-inspired all-you-can-order brunch at The Envoy Get me there {{title}} Address {{address}} Website {{website}} More info is a treat for your taste buds. Line your stomach with small plates like butter chicken lollipop, spicy sambal popcorn shrimp and slow-cooked pork belly bao before cutting into classic British dishes including fish and chips, bangers and mash and a Sunday roast. Sit out on the gorgeous terrace if the weather’s good.

Porterhouse

Porterhouse

Carnivores can rejoice thanks to this steakhouse’s meaty spread which features everything from Spanish iberico pork and grilled sausages to Australian Ranger Valley wagyu ribeye steak. In case that’s simply too much meat, Porterhouse Get me there {{title}} Address {{address}} Website {{website}} More info also offers a fantastic selection of seafood.

Oyster and Wine Bar at Sheraton

Oyster and Wine Bar at Sheraton

The clue is in the name. Enjoy all-you-can-eat quality bivalves and super fresh seafood offerings like Alaskan king crab legs, Canadian snow crab and king prawns at the Oyster and Wine Bar at Sheraton Get me there {{title}} Address {{address}} Website {{website}} More info . Champagne is a perfect companion for seafood and the bubbly here just so happens to be free-flow. Indulge further with other mains like the house signature lobster bisque or duck breast with seared foie gras.

Zuma

Zuma

This hip contemporary Japanese restaurant is a popular destination for the brunch crowd courtesy of its opulent made-to-order buffet offerings like fresh sushi, sashimi, tempura and robata grill dishes. For mains, diners can chow down on one of five options including teriyaki salmon fillet and chili marinated chicken thigh. Satisfy your sugar cravings with Zuma’s signature chocolate cake and banana pudding, and yuzu meringue pie.

Casa Lisboa

Shove aside conventional brunch options and try this Portuguese-themed brunch instead at Casa Lisboa . Enjoy generous helpings of flavourful seafood like garlic octopus, clams in white wine, and codfish cakes, as well as slow-roasted suckling pig and Portuguese seafood rice. Just remember to leave room for sweet treats like sawdust pudding and Portuguese biscuit cake.

Whisk

It’s brunch with a show! The special monthly ‘Sunday brunch in Pink’ at Whisk features a scrumptious semi-buffet spread filled with dishes and desserts in all shades of pink. Highlights include unlimited servings of fresh oysters, gourmet dishes made-to-order and a close-up magician and live DJ to keep you entertained.

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