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Digest Weekend Specials: 8 Most Unique Brunch Spots In Hong Kong

Weekend Specials: 8 Most Unique Brunch Spots In Hong Kong

Weekend Specials: 8 Most Unique Brunch Spots In Hong Kong
By Pearl Yan
By Pearl Yan
September 20, 2019
Looking for something more elaborate than your same-old French toast and mimosas? With a plethora of restaurants to get your brunch on, it’s time to swap your tried-and-true favourites for something a little different. From a boozy taco-filled night feast, a gallery-inspired brunch to a disco-steak frites affair, up your brunch game with our list of the most unique brunch spots in Hong Kong:

1/8 Brickhouse

Photo: Courtesy of Brickhouse
Photo: Courtesy of Brickhouse

Best for: A weekend night fiesta
Duration: Every Saturday, from 8pm to 10:30pm

If tacos, guacamole and chips, ceviche and all-you-can-drink margarita sound like your kind of weekend, then Brickhouse’s latest night brunch, ¿ONTAS?, will satisfy all your Mexican food cravings.

Taking place every Saturday evening from 8pm to 10:30pm, the full package comes with free-flowing Mumm Champagne, beers and signature cocktails, alongside unlimited servings of Brickhouse’ classics, with highlights including guacamole and salsa, Mexican-style street corn and taco platter. 

Be sure to save room for the coconut tres leche cake, a delightful dessert that is light enough with just the right amount of sweetness that will keep you returning for more.

Brickhouse, 20 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong +852 2898 3788; brickhouse.com

See also: Avobar, London’s Avocado Mecca Opens At Tsim Sha Tsui’s K11 Musea

2/8 Buenos Aires Polo Club

Photo: Courtesy of Black Sheep Restaurants
Photo: Courtesy of Black Sheep Restaurants

Best for: An extravagant show for those in the know
When: The last Saturday of every month, from 12pm to 4pm

Having earned its name as one of the most over-the-top brunches in town, the Fiasco is a celebration reserved for those who are truly in the know. Ever-exclusive, the details of the brunch (including the menu) is all hush-hush until the day on the last Saturday of every month.

We don’t want to give away too much, but you can expect live performance, music and special acts set in a dimly lit dining room, an indulgent feast by the kitchen of Buenos Aires Polo Club, served by the stellar waiting staff who will make sure your glass is never empty with the finest champagne, spirits and wine.

Buenos Aires Polo Club, 7/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 23218681; thefiasco.com

3/8 Bibo

Photo: Courtesy of  Bibo
Photo: Courtesy of Bibo

Best for: Gourmets with a taste for art

When: Every Saturday and Sunday, from 12pm to 2pm

Brunch alongside the works of some of the world’s most renowned artists in a gallery setting, where Bibo's chef Nicholas Chew fuses French fine dining with contemporary art on the plate. 

From the two seasonal menus, “3 Steps” and “5 Steps”, diners can opt for aubergine, celeriac, abalone or scallop with as entree, followed by hearty mains including octopus, kinmedai, pigeons or Miyazaki wagyu. For dessert, opt for the “Chocolate ‘Trio” made with 85%, 73% and 62% dark and smooth chocolates, or "Cream" with passionfruit and lemon for a refreshing finish.

Bibo, 163 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 2956 3188; bibo.hk

See also: Where To Eat: Duck & Waffle, Polish Pop-Up At Test Kitchen, Four-Hands Dinners At Haku And Whisk

4/8 La Rambla

Photo: Courtesy of La Rambla
Photo: Courtesy of La Rambla

Best for: A summer fiesta on the terrace

When: Every Sunday, from 12pm to 3pm

La Rambla’s alfresco brunch is no stranger to Hong Kong’s brunch scene. Elevated with the latest addition of free-flow Krug Grande Cuvée in the premium drinks package, the Sunday En La Boqueria brunch takes place at the newly re-opened 4,200 sq. ft. outdoor terrace with sweeping views of Victoria Harbour that is hard to match. 

The brunch includes a buffet spread of the finest cuts of jamón ibérico, cured meats, Spanish cheeses and various types of anchovies; tapas served to the table; “Josper Grilled” specials; made-to-order paellas; shared main dishes and concludes with traditional Spanish desserts and ice cream.

La Rambla, 3071-73 Level 3, IFC Mall, Central, Hong Kong; +852 2661 1161; larambla.hk

5/8 La Vache

Photo: Courtesy of  La Vache
Photo: Courtesy of La Vache

Best for: A satisfying steak frites fix
When: The first Sunday of every month, from 12pm to 4:30pm

La Vache’s Le Disco Brunch is a monthly affair that offers fans of its signature steak frites an occasion to indulge—think unlimited USDA prime rib-eye steak, frites, bubbles, Bloody Marys and house wines—as the house DJ spins groovy tunes to kick off the weekend.

Call your carnivore friends and come hungry; the two-hour seating starts at 12pm and 2:30pm—plenty of time to tuck into the French steakhouse’s brunch soiree. 

La Vache, G/F, 48 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 28800248; lavache.com

6/8 Zuma

Photo: Courtesy of Zuma
Photo: Courtesy of Zuma

Best for: Discerning night owls
When: Every Friday at 7:00 pm or 7:30 pm (2 hours) and Saturday at 8:00 pm or 8:30 pm (2.5 hours)

Popular among Hong Kong’s brunch lovers, Zuma’s latest Yashoku Friday night brunch is the end-of-week-edition of its famed Saturday affair, featuring quality, made-to-order dishes and top-shelf drinks in a sophisticated atmosphere. 

Serving up delectable maki rolls, a fresh selection of sashimi and signature dishes that include black tiger prawns and vegetables tempura, salmon teriyaki fillet and miso marinated black cod, Yashoku Fridays elevates the Japanese fare with free-flow champagne, sake and beer. 

Zuma, 5/F-6/F, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queens Road Central, Hong Kong, +852 852 6470 2514; zumarestaurant.com

7/8 The Envoy

Photo: Courtesy of The Envoy
Photo: Courtesy of The Envoy

Best for: A leisurely al fresco brunch 
When: Every Saturday and Sunday, from 12pm to 3pm

Inspired by colonial tastes and traditional British flavours, The Envoy’s weekend brunch serves up an eclectic selection of dishes on the breezy outdoor terrace of The Pottinger Hong Kong. 

The brunch begins with a variety of all-you-can-eat small plates including butter chicken lollipops, spiced tuna wonton cups and pulled pork mini burgers. For vegetarians, the kitchen has also prepared options like octopus salad and the “Nine Vegetables” ragout. 

As part of the brunch menu, diners can select from one of the big plate choices, namely black truffle spaghetti, the meaty “Classic Sunday Roast”, British classic “Bangers & Mash” and catch of the day. 

The Envoy, 3/F, The Pottinger, 74 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong, +852 2169 3311; theenvoy.hk

See also: 15 Al Fresco Restaurants And Bars In Hong Kong

8/8 The Grill at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Photo: Courtesy of Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
Photo: Courtesy of Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Best for: Cooling off with bubbles 
When: Every Saturday and Sunday, from 11:30am to 3:00pm

What better way to celebrate summer than an opulent poolside brunch? The Grill at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is served in full-buffet style, including a seafood bar, a grill station and a dessert table. The additional free-flow drinks package includes sparkling wine, Mimosa, Kir Royale, Bellini, rosé, white wine, red wine and beer. 

All seating is outdoors facing the hotel’s pool, and you can purchase a day pass to take a dip in the pool, or burn off the calories at the gym and Plateau Spa’s saunas.

Grand Hyatt, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong; +852 2588 1234, hongkong.grand.hyatt

See also: Hong Kong's Best Hotel Gym Memberships—And The Luxurious Perks That Come With Them

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