Treat the fam jam to these brunch deals around town
Ah, brunch; it’s the ever-popular HK meal. But when you’re thinking about taking the kids along, you want to make sure the deals on offer are super good. That’s why we’ve scoured around to find you the best new deals out there. So grab the fam and tuck into some serious bites, because here’s our roundup of the best family-friendly brunch deals for the month of June.
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What we love most is the different options on offer here, as each selection starts with a salad and cold buffet (you can also just have the buffet only for $178), and you can take your pick from the Buffet And Steak (starting at $318), Buffet And Breakfast ($218), Buffet And American Burger ($248), Buffet And Sandwich or Buffet And Seafood (both $238), Buffet And Pasta ($218) or Buffet And Soup ($188)!
Bizou American Brasserie, Pacific Place, Admiralty, Hong Kong, 2871 0775, www.diningconcepts.com/restaurants/BIZOU-American-Brasserie
Tokyolima’s new family-friendly brunch is one we think parents around the 852 will love! Its dedicated Kids Corner is chock full of everything a kid would want to keep them busy – drawing paper and crayons, a mini basketball hoop and loads of toys. But its Kid’s Brunch Menu is one we think is just fab! For just $128, children can pick from two main dishes including tuna sushi, slow cooked pork belly and coriander Chimichurri buns, as well as soba noodles tossed with seaweed tempura and sesame sauce. Parents will rejoice as well, because the four-course Omacasa Brunch ($398) sounds amazing and is made for sharing. Tuck into signature dishes such as Ki-mo-chi Fried Chicken or head to the Ceviche Bar for a selection of TokyoLima’s favourite ceviches. Free-flow added for $180 per person.
Tokyolima, 18 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, 2811 1152 www.tokyolima.hk
It’s sometimes tough to get younger kids to sit still while you enjoy a meal so Divino Patio is offering its Junior Pizza Maker class to keep those little ones busy! Every Sunday from 12pm to 2:30pm kids age 4 to 10 can take part in making their own pizzas ($120 per child, includes toppings and free flow juice or soda). Parents can enjoy a worry-free three-course power lunch ($268 includes starter, pasta and main) at the same time!
DiVino Patio, Shop 11, 1/F, BRIM 28, 28 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2877 3552, www.divinopatio.com
Treat yourself to a proper English breakfast at Bread Street Kitchen. Choose two eggs (scrambled, poached or fried) with bacon, sausage, mushroom, tomato and hash browns for $138. Other tempting options include a steak and eggs brunch ($218), Eggs Benedict ($218), or our personal fave, the “Roast With The Most,” a prime roast with unlimited vegetables and Yorkshire puddings ($288). Add free-flow sparkling wine, Bloody Mary, Peroni or cocktail of the day for only $188 (two hours). Kids menus are also available.
Bread Street Kitchen, LKF Hotel, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong 2230 1800, www.gordonramsayrestaurants.com/bread-street-kitchen
With no service charge, the Middle Eastern brunch at Francis just got even tastier! Every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 3pm the brunch ($280 per person) starts off with an array of mezze for the table (includes hummus, feta cigars, signature halloumi with molasses and a fresh salad of avocado, tomato, labneh and za’atar spice mix). You can then take your pick from the mains (shakshuka and kafta are some we love!) and if you’re feeling like a tipple, choose from its specially selected fresh orange wines, which are made to accompany a Mediterranean meal.
Francis, 4 & 6 St. Francis Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 3101 9521, www.francis.com.hk
Running through 30 June, GREEN is celebrating red mangoes and featuring a family-friendly brunch ($368 per adult and $188 per child) to sate the hungry tots in your brood. Start off with a seasonal appetiser buffet, then take select one of its main dishes such as farmer’s asparagus Eggs Benedict, duck leg confit or Thai red curry, but save room because Pastry Chef Danny Ho has set up a Royal Red Mango Buffet! Savour mango with coconut and vanilla macarons, mango pudding with pomelo, mango custard fruit tart, mango and passion fruit cream puff and more!
GREEN, Hotel ICON, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3400 1300 www.hotel-icon.com/dining/green
The Weekend Brunch at Blue is ideal for those with kids 11 years and under because they can eat for FREE (adults $450 per person)! This all-you-can-eat buffet bar (complete with salads, oysters, crudos, cheese and charcuterie) brunch also includes a main and a fab, newly vamped dessert station. Add free-flow for $345. We’ve also been there for the live music, and we can say without a doubt that it’s top notch.
Blue, Butcher & Meat Specialist, G/F 108 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, 2613 9286, www.bluebutcher.com
Now open on Sundays for brunch from 12pm to 3:30pm, Uma Nota’s popular Brunch Da Rua ($295) has been updated to include grilled sea bass in a banana leaf with fried banana and cassava farofa, vegetarian ceviche, its yummy Brazilian tapioca, and cheese dices with sweet chili sauce! Feeling festive? Get the free-flow bubbles and beer option for $195 or cocktails, homemade sodas or iced teas for $245.
Uma Nota, 38 Peel St, Central, Hong Kong, 2889 7576, https://www.uma-nota.com/
Although prices here are on the higher side for a family, (adults $408 and children $308 Saturday and Sunday), the “Summer in Japan” buffet here sounds like a seafood lover’s dream! The buffet begins with fresh seafood and oysters alongside a vast range of sushi and sashimi (scallops, yellowtail, sweet shrimps, surf clams, octopus and soft shell crab hand rolls, to name a few!). If those aren’t enough to satisfy you, there’s a live flame-seared Aburi sushi cooking station and Donburi rice bowls. But if you’ve got some meat eaters in your clan, they’ll get their pick as well from the Teppanyaki Wagyu beef and grilled chicken skewers, and everyone will love the dessert counter, featuring Japanese soufflé pancakes, white peach pudding, Sakura and strawberry roulade and matcha castella cakes with red bean. Now through 31 July.
The Place, Cordis, 555 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3552 3028, www.cordishotels.com
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