Gather the troops to check out some of the newest brunch spots in town
We’re always on the lookout for the latest restaurant offerings to make sure we know exactly where to head when the weekend rolls round. From healthier salad bar options, to all you can eat buffets, Sunday roasts and even hotpot, you won’t be short of options that are suitable for the whole family this February. We’ve made sure this roundup caters to every appetite (small, large or somewhere in between!).
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If you’re looking for a quick and delicious brunch option for the whole family, Nood Food now offers a nutrition-packed menu at Pure Yoga Starstreet Precinct. Think Sourdough Toast with Smoked Salmon, Poached Eggs and Avocado ($89) or Vanilla Oat Milk Chia Porridge with mixed berries and granola ($75). The Big Breakfast ($138), which has bacon, sausage, mushrooms, tomatoes, spinach and sourdough toast, will definitely satisfy those Sunday morning cravings. Of course, if nothing on the menu takes your fancy, you can always choose from the award-winning salad bar, or get a made-to-order wrap.
Nood Food, Pure Yoga Starstreet Precinct, 3-19 Wing Fung Street, Starstreet Precinct, Wan Chai, 2298 5310, www.allnood.com
We love Madame Ching for its family-style feasts, and its new six-course Secret Garden Brunch ($248) doesn’t disappoint. There’s a choice of four mains including General’s Chicken Waffle with crispy fried chicken and sansho peppercorns, and Roast Duck served with potato rosti. Don’t forget to save room for dessert. The Ovaltine Tart with fresh berries and salted caramel has our seal of approval. The brunch is available on both Saturdays and Sundays, and you can choose to add free-flow for $180.
If you and the kids are fans of hotpot, The Drunken Pot‘s new “Drunken Brunch” brunch menu is a cheap and cheerful option. It costs just $98 and you can add two hours of free-flow for an extra $98. Toppings include Angus beef, fresh seafood or homemade vegetarian dumplings, and you can take your pick from numerous broth flavours. The price includes either rice or noodles, plus a Hokkaido Panna Cotta for dessert.
The Drunken Pot, 27/F Vpoint, Tang Lung Street 18, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 2323 7098
You definitely won’t go hungry with the Porterhouse‘s new brunch menu. For $428 you can enjoy unlimited trips to the buffet, carving station and seafood bar. If that doesn’t fill you up, you can also order extra items off the menu. Choices include a lobster roll with triple fries and french toast with smoked bacon, caramelised banana and maple syrup. Various free-flow drinks packages are also available.
Gough’s on Gough has become a date night favourite, but its Sunday roast gives you another good excuse to go (especially if the kids are a little bit older). You can choose between Roast Loin of Dingley Dell Pork or Roast Rib of Hereford Beef. Both come with duck fat potatoes, cauliflower cheese and gravy (we’re salivating just thinking about it). The $498 price tag includes a starter and a choice of desserts or cheese. If you’d rather get a main to share for the table, the Beef Wellington with mashed potatoes won’t disappoint.
Mercedes me has given its brunch menu a revamp, making it a perfect pit stop for tired little legs. There’s a selection of salads and cold appetisers to start, before you choose a main course from the menu. The options include Souffle Skillet Pancakes and Grilled Australian Hanger Steak with sunny side egg and fries. The dessert station combines healthier choices like fresh sliced fruit, along with gluten free chocolate pecan cookies. This semi-buffet brunch costs $395 per person.
Fini’s SoHo, 49 Elgin Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2387 6338