Summer is here, summer is here!
Just like beaches and beer, or steak with merlot, so summer goes with brunch! We’ve rounded up some of our favourite brunch spots in Hong Kong for you no matter where in the city, or city fringes, you may find yourself!
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Best Brunch Spot for Families
One of Hong Kong’s hottest nightlife destinations may not be top of mind when planning a family friendly brunch, but WELL, is here to break it down! With a vegetarian and vegan friendly dim sum brunch menu, Dragon-i uses the trendy ‘omnipork’ plant alternative to pork while still keeping the real flavours of Hong Kong’s favourite cuisine.
Best yet – it’s child-friendly and the perfect place to kick back and relax with the family with a warm lounge vibe, and of course Dragon-i also offers free-flow packages.
Price Range: $580 for adults, $138 for children
One of the few places in Hong Kong with a large menu of lactose-free milk! Not only that, but their coffee is also one of the best in the city. Take a look at their menu too and try something new like the beetroot coffee, or iced golden turmeric latte!
The skillets are to die for, and as their name implies – so are the waffles! The diner has a decent gluten-free menu, as well as a fun kids menu.
Price Range: $150 – $250 per person
If you’re heading out island hopping or going for a day at the beach then stop by the Conservatory in Sai Kung for great food and alfresco dining.
Located in Sai Kung’s main square, the menu is packed with healthy sharing options. There’s a decent children’s menu and a play area in the park directly outside, in the view from the seating area.
Price Range: $200 – $300 per person
Best Boozy Brunch
Sunday brunch at the Tai Pan in the Murray Hotel is a culinary feast and booze heaven.
Everything from scrambled eggs to fresh oysters to Peking duck is on offer, alongside an excellent free-flow drink offering like Ruinart champagne or house beer and wine. Staff are amazing and make you feel at home – while kids also get their own bite sized snacks too.
The dessert station will take you a few weeks to work off, however, but it really is to die for.
Price Range: $598 per person + $298 for free flow
With a great selection of international and unique local beers, brunch at Blue Supreme is bound to leave you more than a little tipsy. Homemade cookies, Elvis Presley French toast, even a beef muffin – what’s not to love?! The food is quirky, just like the drinks, so definitely make time to stop by this modern American bistro.
Price Range: $350 – $500 per person
Best Brunch Spot with a View
With stunning views over the beach and hillside, the Verandah is a classic brunch spot that has been a center of Hong Kong’s Sunday best for decades. With a decadent selection of seafood, the Sunday brunch also comes with a great free-flow drinks package.
The restaurant is stunning in itself, with the natural lighting beautifully pairing the elegant wooden beams and decor. Make sure to book a table for your next trip to Repulse Bay beach or head over just to eat and drink! It’s worth the trip – and the fresh seaside air.
Price Range: $688 per adult, $344 per child. Drinks are separate
Nestled in the heart of Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong’s ‘laid back’ paradise full of whimsy art, galleries, and ‘street style’. Komune is equally creative, a buzzing space filled with cool tunes, community vibes, and super innovative cocktails.
So, for those who love art and a community hub full of passion and energy – head over to Komune and soak up some sun on their outdoor patio.
Price Range: $250+ per person
Best Brunch Spot for a Cultural Experience
If you truly want to impress out-of-town guests with Hong Kong’s culinary greats, then brunch at Hutong is a MUST. The Feng Wei brunch is an 18-course Chinese menu that fully reflects and respects traditional customs.
Not only is there Hong Kong’s impressive skyline in the foreground, but brunch also features Hong Kong and Chinese style entertainment as you share plate after plate.
Price: $468 per person with various drink package options
Written exclusively for WELL, Magazine Asia by Peter Jobson