Offset that Friday night hangover with Uma Nota’s brand-new Brazilian Brunch da Rua! With a menu bursting with fresh and flavourful dishes, delve into sharing plates which include ceviche, Brazilian-style fried wontons, skewers and salads, with sharing mains featuring delicious slow cooked ribs and grilled sea bass. Complete your feast with two-hours free-flow drinks, and make sure to order a classic caipirinha for us!
When: Every Saturday, 12pm to 3:30pm
Where: Uma Nota, 38 Peel Street, Central District, Hong Kong
How much: $380 per person, plus an additional $200 for two-hours of free-flow prosecco, beer and cocktails
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Si Simply Italian in Lai Chi Kok is treating us to quality authentic Italian cuisine (at a very reasonable price!) with its new brunch. Enjoy an indulgent weekend affair of 15 Italian delicacies, including 10 appetisers, a choice of main course and a homemade dessert platter. A Sassy girl recently sampled the new menu for herself and loved the pan fried Italian sausage in tomato sauce, along with the eggplant parmigiana appetisers. For mains, our insider also recommends the classic tagliatelle Bolognese along with the kuroubuta pork rack, served with a mixed salad and roast potatoes. With six delicious options to choose from, you’re sure to find something to suit your tastes, before moving onto the beautifully presented dessert platter.
When: Every Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday, 12pm to 3pm
Where: Si Simply Italian, Shop G03, G/F, D2 Place TWO, 15 Cheung Shun Street, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2370 9022
How much: $198 per person, with an additional $138 for 2-hour free-flow prosecco, red or white wine, beer and soft drinks
Inspired by traditional dishes from Northern China, Hutong’s Fēng Wèi brunch features 18 sharing dishes, combining a selection of appetisers, dim sum (hello, poached Boston lobster wonton), hot dishes and desserts, along with free-flow Veuve Clicquot Champagne. Sitting on the 28th floor of 1 Peking, enjoy sweeping views of the HK harbour whilst delving into your feast. Brunch, booze, and views what more could you want!?
When: Every Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday, 12pm to 3pm
Where: Hutong, 28/F, 1 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: $428 per person, plus an additional $200 for free-flow Veuve Clicquot Champagne and tea infused cocktails
Bringing a picnic-in-the-park experience to the brunch table, Nordic resto FINDS is mixing things up with its Urban Picnic Brunch. The relaxed brunch begins with a rustic board filled with signature salmon, cheeses, a variety of fresh produce and home-baked sourdough for you to create your own open sandwiches. After sampling a delicious selection of dips, including pickled herring and smoked arctic shrimps, guests can move onto a selection of main courses, before finishing up with sweets treats from the oh-so tempting Dessert Garden.
When: Every Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday, 12pm to 2:30pm
Where: FINDS, The Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberley Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: $278 per person (minimum of two guests), with an additional $150 for free flow house red or white wine, sparkling wine and selected beers.
Got a hankering for Korean fare? Sticking true to its roots, Jinjuu’s new weekend brunch is a feast, filled with all-you-can-eat Korean starters, a choice of mains and an ice cream platter for dessert. With the likes of kimchi arancini balls and chargrilled king prawns to start (along with many other delights), and heartier meals such as Korean baby fried chicken and roasted salted fish (at just $388 per person) to choose from, you can’t go wrong.
When: Every Saturday, 12pm to 3pm and every Sunday, 12pm to 10pm
Where: Jinjuu, UG/F, 32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $388 per person
W Hong Kong’s Kitchen has long been known for its epic Sunday bubbly brunch, but in celebration of the new W Shanghai opening, it’s adding an all you can eat Shanghai buffet to its repertoire. Inspired by the vibrant night markets, world-class restaurants and street food of Shanghai, the buffet will include a seafood lover’s heaven, with dishes including a sweet and sour sea bass fillet, topped with passion fruit, yuzu, grapefruit and hawthorn sauce, as well as a selection of dishes to please both meat and veggie fans.
When: Saturdays, 12pm to 2:30pm and Sundays 12pm to 3pm
Where: Kitchen, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon Station, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: Saturdays: $468, Sundays: $848
Get transported to Italy with Operetta’s new Sunday brunch! Featuring an antipasti and dessert buffet, along with a choice of mains, you’ll be feeling far from the bustle of Pacific Place in no time. Opt to go for just the antipasti and dessert for a purse friendly $208 per person, or treat yourself and add on a main course or pizza for an additional $130, along with a selection of free-flow drinks for $138.
When: Every Sunday, 11:30am to 3pm
Where: Operetta, Shop 112, Pacific Place 1/F, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong
How much: $208 per person (for antipasti and dessert buffet), plus an additional $130 for a choice of mains, and $138 per person for free flow sparkling, white or red wine and draught beer
Although Alvy’s only opened earlier this year, it has fast secured a place in our pizza-loving hearts. Offering up its epic brunch since July, this place has no doubt of being popular whenever you go. Sticking to its comfort food roots, the brunch menu offers up an array of everything from breakfast pizzas (the indulgent Alvy’s Involto is topped with gruyere béchamel, char siu, onsen eggs and dried tomato!), Alvy’s Eggs Benny, sourdough pancakes, baked eggs with meatballs, and more. Make sure to finish your brunch off with one of Alvy’s famous Bloody Mary’s. We’re drooling just thinking about it.
When: Every Saturday and Sunday, from 11am to 3pm
Where: Alvy’s, 8 Holland Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong
How much: Dishes range from between $62 and $168
Read more: Alvy’s: Your New Neighbourhood Pizza Spot in Kennedy Town