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Family-Friendly Hong Kong Brunches: October

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Restrictions are easing and we’re brunching!

Have you been avoiding taking the family out for your weekend dining treats? I know we have! We’re taking it one step at a time and while still cautiously social distancing, also celebrating that a family of four can now all sit together on the same table. What better way to treat yourselves than with a little brunch. Enjoy!


Editor’s Note: The situation in Hong Kong regarding closures and restrictions on opening hours due to the coronavirus is constantly evolving. Many businesses are taking extra precautions, but please make sure you follow the latest government advice and stay home if you have recently travelled overseas, have interacted with anyone who has been away, or display any symptoms.

Read more: Ethnic Grocery Stores In Hong Kong: Where To Find Your Favourite Ingredients

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INK Seafood Café

Inspired by the endless Aussie summer by the water, Ink has launched one of Victoria Harbour’s best value family brunch offerings. Available every Saturday, Sunday and on public holidays, from 9am to 3pm. All of the ingredients – from the sausages to the freshly baked croissants and pastries are made in-house. We know we can’t wait to tuck into the Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict or the Sourdough topped with crushed avocado, roasted cherry tomatoes, feta cheese and fresh basil.

INK Seafood Café, G/F Hong Kong Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, 3500 5881,,

Sassy Mama tip: Fuel up here at INK before taking the kids to explore the nearby (and now reopened!) Hong Kong Space Museum.

The Astor

If it is all things seafood that you and the family are craving, then look no further than the Seafood Splash Buffet at The Astor (inside The Eaton Hong Kong). Parents will love feasting on fresh oysters, Boston lobster, tiger prawns and more while even the fussiest little mouths are sure to find something satisfying at one of the many food counters. Adults – $378, kids – $278 (plus service charge).

The Astor, Eaton Hotel, B1, 380 Nathan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2710 1901,

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Di Vino Patio

If you’re looking to keep the kids occupied while you enjoy your brunch, head along to Di Vino Patio. This October it will bring back its popular pizza making for kids (aged 4 to 10 years old) every Sunday from 12pm to 2:30pm. They’ll be able to do everything from roll out the dough to completing a masterpiece full of their favourite toppings. For the grown-ups, there are plenty of tasty breakfast options or go for a tasty pizza, pasta or Italian main course.

DiVino Patio, Shop 11, 1/F, BRIM28 No. 28 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2877 3552,


Some hearty Italian is always a treat and at Pirata, you can not only treat the family to an affordable weekend brunch menu ($298 pp and $180 additional for free-flow drinks) from 12pm to 2:30pm, but also a “Dunch” menu for those who prefer their weekend dining a little later in the afternoon (2:30pm to 5:30pm). Both menus start with antipasto, followed by some of the restaurants signature dishes for primi and secondi. The kids will be satisfied too with a $98 menu featuring crowd-pleasers like arancini balls, meatballs or tagliatelle beef ragu

Pirata, 29 & 30/F, 239 Hennesy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2887 0270,,

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Rajasthan Rifles

Get your weekends off to a great start with a family breakfast up at The Peak. Stop in at Rajasthan Rifles for some Anglo-Indian inspired dishes like the Masala Omelette, Dalhousie Porridge or the Rifles Rolls before taking your little ones for a leisurely stroll around Lugard Road. Breakfast is served from 8am to 11am on weekends and public holidays.

Rajasthan Rifles, G/F, The Peak Galleria, The Peak, Hong Kong, 2388 8874‬,,

Gunpowder Indian RestoBar

Another affordable option when you have hungry mouths to feed is Gunpowder Indian RestoBar in Wan Chai. At $228 per person, its weekend brunch menu includes a selection of starters, followed by your favourite Indian curries (think Goan fish curry, chicken makhani and Rogan josh) as well as dessert and a drink of your choice (beer, house wine, or mocktail). Not sure if you can convince the kids towards exotic spicy dishes? There’s a dedicated kids’ menu with a mild chicken korma, paneer makhani or penne butter chicken that should do the trick!

Gunpowder Indian RestoBar, G/F, J Residence, 18 Ship Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2827 7777,

Read more: The Best (Kid-Approved) Indian Restaurants In Hong Kong

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Nothing says family-treat quite like a pizza! And Motorino is definitely one of the best picks in town. Head over on the weekend (until 4pm) and grab the table either a classic Margherita or All’uovo pizza, dished up alongside your choice of Caprese salad, roasted sweet corn or mixed greens salad for just $168.

Motorino, 14 Shelley Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2801 6881

Motorino Wan Chai, 15 Ship Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2520 0690,,

Read more: The Best Family-Friendly Pizza Places In Hong Kong

District 8

Looking for a casual, al-a-carte brunch option with a dedicated kids’ menu? District 8 bistro in Elements Kowloon ticks a lot of boxes. Available from 10am to 3pm on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, it features egg options if you feel like going for breakfast, but also a steak sandwich if your partner wants more of a lunch offering. Plus, you can always order from the regular menu as well as the set lunch options so there’s plenty to choose from.

District 8, Roof Deck, Elements Mall, Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2537 7555,

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Bathers Beachfront

Family-friendly AND pet-friendly, Bather’s is quickly becoming a favourite as Hong Kong families look to escape the city for a weekend brunch. The breakfast menu is available every Saturday, Sunday and on public holidays from 9am to 11am with prices starting at $85 as well as a dedicated kids’ menu. Can’t get everyone out of the house so early? Don’t worry, the all-day dining menu is also full of tasty sharing plates and all-around crowd-pleasing dishes!

Bathers, 32 Lower Cheung Sha Village, South Lantau, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, 2504,


With limitless plates of salumi, creamy burrata, fresh mozzarella and tasty salads to start off, brunch at LucAle certainly is a treat (well worth it with kids who can do justice to the spread)! Follow it up with delicious homemade pasta or rich main dishes and wash it down with two-hours free-flow prosecco, red and white wine (or upgrade to the luxurious Franciacorta for an extra $100). Brunch costs $380 per person including free-flow, with mains starting from an additional $128.

LucAle, Shop A, 100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, 3611 1842,



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The Pizza Project

We quickly fell in love with the affordable and delicious pizza offerings at The Pizza Project in Soho and so we were over the moon to hear that the Star Street branch was not only opening but also offering up a brunch menu on weekends and public holidays. For the family-friendly price of $170 per person, you can choose antipasti, salad, pizza and dessert. That’s sure to keep those hungry mouths happy!

The Pizza Project, G/F, 5 Star Street, Wan Chai, 2577 7227,,


Brunch at Hutong is always a hit with families so why not spoil yours this summer with a Chinese feast at the Feng Wei Brunch. Along with some fantastic food and free-flow bubbles and cocktails for Mum and Dad, the kids will be kept entertained by a variety of cultural entertainment. There’s traditional noodle pulling, a monkey puppet show, rainbow calligraphy, portrait drawing and fan painting as well as workshops in Chinese sugar painting (contact the restaurant for the schedule on your dining dates). Brunch costs $488 per person and you can add free-flow mocktails, juices and soft drinks for $100 per person or free-flow Veuve and selected other drinks for $200 per person.

Hutong, 28/F, One Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3428 8342,

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As you explore K11 MUSEA with the family, you will definitely need to refuel. Stop in at Avobar and try out the new refreshing summer menu. There’s an all-day brunch menu with healthy options like the Green Smoothie Bowl (pictured above) and both sweet and savoury pancakes which are sure to be a winner with the kids. Get yourself a delicious smoothie or fresh juice and you’ll be all set for the day.

Avobar, Shop B201-4, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong,


Kick off your day at the beach with the delicious breakfast menu at Limewood. Launched just in time for summer, the menu includes healthy options such as the Green Breakie Bowl and Chia and Almond Milk Pudding as well as more indulgent eats like Housemade Waffles or the Bacon and Egg Roti. Wash it down with a Vietnamese Iced Coffee and your weekend will be looking all the brighter.

Sassy Mama tip: There are no reservations for breakfast so either arrive as it opens at 9am or be prepared to put your name on the list. Don’t worry  — food is dished up quick so hopefully, your wait won’t be too long!

Limewood, The Pulse 28 Beach Road, Shop 103/104, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, 2898,

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For a taste of India in the heart of Kowloon, look no further than Michellin recommended Gaylord. It’s been dishing up authentic (and delicious!) Indian cuisine since 1972 and from Sunday, 19 July, it will be bringing back its Sunday Brunch. For just $198 per adult and $98 per child, you can feast on your favourite samosas and tandooris, salads, mains (meat, seafood and vegetarian options), rice, breads and, of course, desserts. Wash it down with a glass of beer, wine or a mango lassi and you’ll be all set for a satisfying Sunday.

Gaylord, 5/F, Prince Tower, 12A Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2376 1001,


For the best tastes of Britain and the US, head to Kinship for an indulgent weekend family brunch. The recently revamped brunch menu features hearty staples like Southern Biscuits and Gravy or the Beef Sunday Roast alongside new additions – BBQ Pork Benny, Smashed Avocado Toast and the Corned Beef Hash. The three-course brunch menu costs $388 per person and you can add on free-flow wines, cava, beer and gin and tonics for an additional $198.

Kinship, 3/F, LL Tower, 2 Shelley Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2520 0899,,

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La Rambla by Catalunya

The Sunday Market Brunch at La Rambla by Catalunya takes its inspiration from the gourmet food markets of Spain. Featuring six sections of contemporary Spanish fare including classic tapas, paellas, a butchers corner and seafood market, you’re sure to find something to satisfy those Sunday cravings. With so many options the kids are well catered for and best of all, under 10s eat for free! Brunch is $550 per person with free-flow drinks packages starting at $380 per person.

La Rambla, 3/F, ifc mall, Central, Hong Kong, 2661 1161,,



If you don’t want to be travelling long distances for brunch, jump ahead to restaurants on Hong Kong Island, Kowloon or in the New Territories, depending on what you prefer. Or else skip ahead to options for having a feast delivered to your doorstep.

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Editor’s Note: The situation in Hong Kong regarding closures and restrictions on opening hours due to the coronavirus is constantly evolving. Many businesses are taking extra precautions, but please make sure you follow the latest government advice and stay home if you have recently travelled overseas, have interacted with anyone who has been away, or display any symptoms.

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Holt’s Café, Rosewood Hong Kong

Easter is a time for the family to come together and Holt’s Café has embraced the holiday. For a real treat this Easter Sunday, head over for brunch. There’ll be chilled seafood on ice, fresh and healthy salads, delicious hot roasted dishes and tasty dim sum on the buffet. There’s something for even the fussiest of little eaters! Then there’s a choice of decadent mains made to order — how about the dry-aged beef striploin or the roasted rack of lamb? Top it all off with sweets from the dessert bar and add on free-flow Prosecco or Champagne, and you’ve got the making of a wonderful family day out.

It wouldn’t be Easter without chocolate eggs! All the little guests at Holt’s Café will be invited to join in an Easter egg hunt and can also create their own colourful Easter eggs at the crafts table – the perfect holiday memento to take home!

Price: $720 per person food only; $800 per person with free-flow Prosecco or beer; $920 per person with free-flow Champagne. Children aged 6 to 12 years old receive 50% off and children under 6 eat free.

Holt’s Café, Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3891,

Easter Brunches – Hong Kong

Di Vino Patio

For a peaceful Easter meal in the heart of Wan Chai (sounds impossible, but trust us!), take a look at Di Vino Patio. There is plenty of space where the kids can play and parents can watch on safely. This Easter Sunday, there will be loads of surprises like an Easter egg hunt and an egg decorating competition (with prizes including a $1,000 dining voucher!) which are sure to please the crowd. Eggs are the order of the day and there will be a full selection from the a la carte menu available.

When: Sunday, 12 April

Price: Dishes start at $138

DiVino Patio, Shop 11, 1/F, BRIM28 No. 28 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2877 3552,

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Food by EAST, EAST Hong Kong

Enjoy a delicious Easter-themed lunch or dinner at FEAST – Food by EAST. The kids are well catered for with a free Bento Box with child-friendly favourites and the whole meal is topped off with an Easter Chocolate Bomb filled with luscious chocolate and candies. Crack open the Easter Egg with a wooden hammer to let loose the surprise inside! There’s also a photo booth to capture your favourite moments.

When: Lunch and dinner, Friday, 10 to Monday, 13 April

Price: 3-course lunch $338 per person; 4-course dinner $458; Bento Box for children aged under 12 free (one child per paying adult).

Food by EAST, 3968,

Artemis & Apollo

Head to Artemis & Apollo this Easter Sunday for a special rendition of its Souvlaki Sundays which is following the ancient Greek tradition of eating lamb over the holiday. Your family feast starts with a selection of hot and cold mezze, followed by spit-roasted lamb or chicken (with roasted vegetables, Cypriot salad and herb-tossed Greek fries) and finishes up with a sweet labneh cheesecake topped with juicy pomegranate.

When: 12pm to 9pm, Sunday, 12 April

Price: $388 per person

Artemis & Apollo, 9-11 Moon Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2818 8681,,


Hop on over to family-favourite TokyoLima where your kids can meet the rabbit himself at the Bunny Brunch. Mr Bunny will be hopping around with decadent chocolates and cookies for all the good little boys and girls.

When: 12pm to 2:30pm, Friday, 10 April to Sunday, 12 April

Price: $398 per adult; $128 per child (3 to 12 years old). Mention the age of your child when booking and one can dine free with two paying adults.

TokyoLima, G/F, 18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, 2811 1152,,

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If you can leave the kids at home, you might like to treat yourself to a Michelin-starred Easter lunch at the neo-Parisian bistro, Belon. Spend your weekend sampling the restaurant’s signature dishes (including the Whole Roasted Three Yellow Chicken with Petit Pois A La Française) over a six-course lunch spread.

When: 12pm to 2:30pm, Saturday, 11 and Sunday, 12 April

Price: $528 per person

Belon, 41 Elgin Street, Soho, Hong Kong, 2152 2872,,

Madame Fù

Enjoy a family brunch of some of our favourite Madame Fù dim sum dishes (bring on the crystal shrimp dumplings and char siu bao!), the Peking Duck station as well as a selection of appetisers and mains. The kids will be entertained in The Library with some special Easter-themed activities.

When: 12pm to 3pm, Friday, 10 to Monday, 13 April

Price: $550 per person with two hours free-flow soft drink and mocktails; $750 per person with Piper-Heidsieck Champagne (and other beers, wines, Bellini and Aperol Spritz); $980 per person with Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial Champagne

Madame Fù, 3/F, Block 3, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, 9458 6186,

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The Tai Pan And Garden Lounge, The Murray

For a lavish Easter Sunday spent in style, The Tai Pan and the Garden Lounge at The Murray is the place to be. Your egg-stravagant brunch begins with freshly shucked French oysters and soft-poached eggs served to the table and you will then be able to help yourself to a selection of salads, cold cuts, carvery and barbeque items on the terrace. Kids will love the activities on offer including face-painting, balloon-twisting, Easter egg colouring, drawing and games. There’ll be two Easter egg hunts, one at 1:30pm for kids under six and another at 2pm for the older ones.

When: Sunday, 12 April

Price: $798 per adult and $399 per child; add on free-flow NV “R” de Ruinart Champagne for $298 per person

Sassy Mama tip: If your Easter travel plans have been put on hold, consider a staycation at The Murray. It’s offering an exclusive Easter Your Way package for $3,000 per night which includes a complimentary room upgrade to N1 Deluxe Room, a Historical Murray Tour, Easter activities for the kids and more.

The Tai Pan, The Murray, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, Hong Kong, 3141 8888,

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Easter Brunches – Kowloon


Enjoy a four-course special Easter brunch available for the full long weekend at Spasso. With a huge dining area including an outdoor terrace overlooking Victoria Harbour, you won’t have to worry about others encroaching on your space. As you can imagine, eggs feature heavily on the menu (it is Easter after all!) with starters including white asparagus serviced with poached egg and orange hollandaise or the Angus beef carpaccio with egg yolk cream. Then there’s the selection of pastas followed by mains like barramundi or an Australian lamb rack.

When: Friday, 10 to Monday, 13 April (with kids’ activities on Easter Sunday)

Price: From $328 per person; add on free-flow wine – $148, Prosecco – $158 or Veuve Clicquot – $288; children aged 6 to 12 years (with a choice of pasta or risotto) $228 and free for kids under 6 years old.

Spasso, G5-8, 12-17, Empire Centre, 68 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2877 3552,

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The Place, Cordis Hotel

Enjoy the lunch or dinner buffet at The Place this Easter and the kids will be invited to participate in a whole host of fun Easter activities. There’s chocolate egg painting, cookies to decorate and even DIY Easter mocktails to shake! Rest assured, extra hygiene measures are being put in place to ensure guests safety while dining at the buffet.

When: 12pm to 2:30pm and 6:30pm to 9:45pm, Friday, 10 to Monday, 13 April

Price: Lunch, Friday, 10 to Monday, 13 April – adults $438, kids/ seniors $338; Dinner, Friday, 10 to Sunday, 12 April – adults $698, kids/ seniors $498; Dinner, Monday, 13 April – adults $658, kids/ seniors $478

The Place, Cordis, 555 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3552 3388,

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Easter Brunches – New Territories


Head to Lantau Island for some beachside vibes on Lower Cheung Sha Beach. Bathers is offering a special three-course Easter menu topped off with a drink on the beach. A perfect family day out by the seaside!

When: 11am to 2pm and 5pm to 8pm, Friday, 10 and Saturday, 11 April

Price: $395 per adult, $190 per child.

Bathers, 32 Lower Cheung Sha Village, South Lantau, Lantau Island, Hong Kong,,

Easter Catering And Home Delivery

Even with social distancing practices being strictly adhered to by restaurants, it’s understandable that you don’t want to risk taking your family out and about. There’s good news! Many of our favourites restaurants have made their special Easter menus available for home delivery. Just make sure to pre-order!

Black Sheep Restaurants

If you like the sound of Artemis & Appollo or Belon for your Easter brunch (or Maison Libanaise, Associazione Chianti, Buenos Aires Polo Club or Butter for that matter) then pre-order your dishes by contacting


Stay in and enjoy a picnic and puzzle this Easter with Relish. It’s offering a choice of two mains, two sides and a dessert (plus cold cuts and cheese and a bottle of wine) delivered right to your door alongside a puzzle or board game. Mains include the New Zealand Beef Tenderloin Platter and the Jasmine Tea House-Smoked Atlantic Salmon along with tasty vegetarian options like Truffle Lasagne with celeriac, pumpkin and taleggio.

Price: $450 per person plus delivery ($50 for Central and surrounding areas, $80 for Southside).

Relish, Shop F & H, 128 Second Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, 3481,


Well-loved catering service Gingers is offering up family menus throughout April (and May!). Simply choose the menu of the day (or order a la carteand enjoy delicious home-cooked meals delivered straight to your door.

Gingers, A1 Lower Ground, Hing Wah Mansions, 2 Oaklands Path, Mid Levels, Hong Kong, 2964 9160,

Madame Fù

Contact Madame Fù directly if you’d prefer to enjoy its dishes from the comfort of home. Takeaway options are available across all its menus.

Madame Fù, 3/F, Block 3, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, 9458 6186,

JIA Group Restaurants

Some of our favourite JIA Group restaurants are delivering directly to your door. Choose from a range of set menus from restaurants like Duddell’s, Mak Mak, Old Bailey, Potato Head and 208 Duecento Otto or choose your favourite a la carte dishes from the menu (with a minimum $800 spend). For more details visit JIA Everywhere.

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For one of the best March brunch deals in Hong Kong, head to POEM in LKF. Until Sunday, 8 March, this Balinese-inspired restaurant is offering up its Champagne Organic Brunch for just $258 per person (regular price $498). Sharing starters include spring rolls (sure to be a family favourite), island-spiced vegetables and a tropical salad, and are followed up with a choice of mains.

POEM, 5/F LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2810 6166,

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Take the kids across the harbour and treat yourself to brunch with a view at Hue. Your meal features starters to share, followed by a choice of main (we’ve got our eye on the pork belly!) and dessert for $380 per person. Add on two-hours of free-flow for $250 (including Tattinger Champagne, 10 premium wines and Bloody Marys). 

Sassy Mama tip: Take the Star Ferry to and from Tsim Sha Tsui to make a real day of it!

Hue, Hong Kong Museum Of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3500 5888,

Cali Mex, Sai Ying Pun

For an affordable Sunday brunch you can take the whole family along to (including the fur-babies!), head on down to Cali Mex on High Street in Sai Ying Pun. You can expect live music, a semi-buffet and free-flow options (bring on the Margaritas!) with prices starting at $258 per person. What a steal! There’s even room to park the stroller.

Cali Mex, 48 High Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, 2325 5199,,

The Pizza Project

This Soho restaurant is quickly becoming a family favourite. Now there’s another excuse for pizza (not that we really need one!) and we can’t wait to take the family for a brunch treat. For $158 per person, you’ll get an antipasti, pizza al metro (you choose three flavours and it’s served by the metre!) and dessert, perfect for sharing.

The Pizza Project, G/F, 26 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2311 1815,,

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Transport your family to the streets of Malaysia at the monthly JALAN long lunch. You’ll be treated to favourites like Nasi Kerabu and Nasi Campur (served up on a banana leaf!) alongside seasonal specials like whole market fish and crispy vegetable skewers. Kids and adults alike will want to save room for dessert — Milo Doughnuts and Pandan Crepe Rolls — yum! Treat yourself for $295 per person and add $200 if you’d like free-flow drinks (including seasonal Spritz, Prosecco, beer, red and white wines).

JALAN, 42 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2386

Pica Pica

Who doesn’t like tapas? You can always find a small plate of something that the kids will enjoy (and plenty that the adults will love too!). Visit Pica Pica on Sundays for a taste of Spain as you order from the special brunch menu. Best of all, when you spend over $280 per person on tapas, you’ll receive unlimited Estrella Damm Draft Beer for two hours.

Pica Pica, Shop G & H, G/F, Kai Tak Commercial Building, 317-321 Des Voeux Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, 2811 9880,,

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Emmer Pizzeria & Cafe

Take a break from shopping at Pacific Place Mall and head to the 4th floor to try out one of the newest pizza places in town. The name Emmer comes from an old, organic grain that is blended with rye and Italian flour to make the base for these pizzas. The restaurant claims it makes the pizza healthier (lower in gluten and higher in nutrients like antioxidants, vitamins and minerals) and much tastier. We’ve yet to try it out but because it comes from the experienced team behind the much-loved Beef & Liberty, we’re quite excited about it! It’s open for breakfast, lunch (menu changes weekly based on seasonal and fresh ingredients) and dinner every day, and brunch at the weekends.

Emmer Pizzeria & Cafe, Shop no. 407, Level 4, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong, 2780 1110,,

Sip Song

Is your family fond of Thai food? Then Sip Song at Repulse Bay is worth considering, especially at this time of the year. There are enough soups and options with a little heat in them to warm your brood up. There’s even an indoor play area for the kids if they don’t feel like venturing out to the beach or using the climbing frames and see-saws outside. Over Valentine’s weekend (Friday, 14 to Sunday, 16 February), Sip Song is offering a special “Ferrero Rocher”, which is a sharing dessert for the whole family.

Sip Song, The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, 2898 3788,,

Read more: The Best Dim Sum In Hong Kong: Where To Go For Every Occasion

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Here’s another restaurant with a kids’ corner for the little ones. If you love Japanese food and want to introduce it to your kids, Honjo is the perfect place. It offers amazing varieties of Japanese cuisine but with unique, new flavours. It now also has a kid-friendly brunch option on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays (children’s menu at $98). The chicken katsu with rice and vegetable yaki udon are sure to be hits. What’s more, the restaurant also has a great offer for families brunching there — one child dines for free with two paying adults!

Honjo, 1/F,  77-91 Queen’s Road West, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, 2663 3772,,


With the kids being off school, we don’t have to wait for weekends to head out. Kinship now has a weekday set lunch option that just might fit the bill, starting at $198 for one course or $248 for two or $288 for three. If you’d prefer a relaxed weekend meal though, there are now new offerings added to its brunch menu ($388/person with an additional $198 for free-flow), including BBQ Pork Benny, smashed avocado toast and corned beef hash with “egg in the frame” and caramelised long chilli.

Kinship, 3/F 2-4 Shelley Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2520 0899,,

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If you are on the lookout for a place for a Valentine’s Day date with your other half (but don’t want to leave the kids at home), head out to Limewood. Let the little ones run around after days of being cooped up at home, while you sip on a Love Elixir cocktail. The BBQ grill and seafood is always a safe bet (fried fish tacos and whole roasted jerk chicken are a must-order). End the meal with a sharing dessert platter. The Churro Sundae ($120) with ice cream, meringue, berry compote, heart-shaped churros and sprinkles is guaranteed to get the whole family feeling the love.

Limewood, The Pulse 28 Beach Road, Shop 103/104, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, 2898,

Gaylord & Gunpowder

Indian food uses a lot of turmeric, herbs and spices that are perfect for boosting your family’s immunity in this climate. And so both the Indian restaurants in the Mayfare Group, Gaylord and Gunpowder, have added two new dishes to their menu. Haldi Chicken Salan ($108) is an aromatic chicken curry with turmeric and freshly grounded spices. Adraki Channa Palak ($88) features chickpeas & spinach slow-cooked with fresh ginger. What’s more – all guests get a complimentary cup of warming Turmeric Cinnamon Chai Latte!

Gaylord, 5/F, Prince Tower, 12A Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2376 1001,

Gunpowder, G/F, J Residence, 18 Ship Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2827 7777,

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La Vache!

This January, La Vache is bringing a little French tradition to Hong Kong. To celebrate Épiphany (the day the Three Kings visited the baby Jesus), the restaurant will be serving a festive Galette des Rois ($118 per slice) at both La Vache! locations. This traditional dessert is made of sweet puff pastry encasing a frangipani filling that hides a fève (a little lucky charm). Whoever finds the fève is crowned King for the Day, and also wins lunch for two at La Vache! in Tsim Sha Tsui. If you go dining as a family, the tradition is that the youngest of the party hides under the table as the dessert is served and they are allowed to choose who receives which slice. Your kids will love to participate and play a role in winning you a complimentary meal. Bonne chance!

La Vache! Soho, 48 Peel Street, Soho, Hong Kong, 2880 0248,

La Vache! TST, 12 Hart Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2666 6818,,


Looking for an extended brunch offering over the CNY holiday? MEATS has a new brunch menu ($248 per person) available from 12pm to 5:30pm on weekends and public holidays. We like the sound of the Porchetta Bun that’s crunchy and crackly on the outside, with tender and juicy meat inside, or the brunch classic, Chicken Avocado Toast and the Vegetarian Burger for the non-meat eaters. Plus MEATS’ UFC or Ultimate Fried Chicken ($90) can be ordered a la carte. It’s fried in Doritos flakes, so is sure to get the vote of the kids at the table. There’s also a very reasonable children’s menu for $78 per child.

MEATS, G/F, 28 – 30, Staunton Street, Soho, Central, Hong Kong, 2711 1812,,

Madame Fù

Do your kids love running around and exploring the open spaces of the iconic Tai Kwun? Let them burn some energy and then take them to refuel at the new free-flow weekend brunch being offered at Madame Fù. The menu features unlimited dim sum (including kid-favourite char siu bao) and a Beijing duck station. Make sure your children save space for the ice cream sundae at the end. Brunch will be accompanied by entertainment, so call ahead to check which live band or DJ is performing. Brunch starts at $550 a person without free-flow (free-flow packages at $750, $980 and $1,600 a person).

Madame Fù, 3/F, Block 3, Tai Kwun No.10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, 9458 6186,

Read more: Dining Out Guide: Where To Eat With Kids Who Have Allergies

Yum Cha

It’s always fun to eat with the family at Yum Cha because their cute and delicious dim sum is sure to please the kids. In celebration of Chinese New Year, the restaurant is offering (at all its four locations) fun interpretations of traditional dishes, all created to bring good luck, health and prosperity to the table. Your children will probably enjoy the sticky dumplings of minced pork and shrimp (everything deep-fried works!) and the salted egg yolk layered cakes that look like mahjong tiles! You can also choose to experience the Lo Hei Prosperity Toss dishes as a family. With mixed vegetables and finely cut ingredients, all diners are encouraged to toss and mix this dish together from the base to the top, symbolising the blessing of good fortune in the upcoming year.

Yum Cha, four locations across Hong Kong,


Hutong’s elaborate 18-dish Feng Wei brunch is always a treat for the whole family. Priced at $468 per adult (children under 12 eat for free) with free-flow options at $200 and upwards, this month’s version promises to have even more to offer the children. Your kids can join the Couplets Calligraphy session on Saturday, 18 and Sunday, 19 January or learn how to craft their own Chinese new year decorations on Saturday, 25 January. All guests will enjoy the classic Dragon and Lion Dance Puppet Show on Sunday, 26 January. If you’re dining there on a weekday, your little master chefs can shape sweet, fried “Yau Gok” dumplings on Monday, 27 and Tuesday, 28 January. No matter when you eat there, don’t forget to hang a wish on Hutong’s wishing tree!

Hutong, 28/F, One Peking, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, 3428 8342,

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Sundays are meant to be chilled out days, so on Sunday, 12 January, Motorino in Wan Chai is offering an afternoon neighbourhood “block party” serving free-flow pizze and Peroni (soft drinks for the kids) for $50! Enjoy some downtime with friends and family as your children get to make their own pizze, the Neapolitan way. Book your session here.

Motorino Wan Chai, 15 Ship Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2520 0690,,

The Pizza Project

Have kids who’d like to have pizza for breakfast, lunch and dinner? Take them to The Pizza Project, the latest offering by the Pirata Group of restaurants that’s set to open with a flamboyant street party on Tuesday, 14 January (join in from 7pm to 9pm – the first 500 pizzas are on the house!). This restaurant is being helmed by the team behind Pici and will feature a simple one-page menu of pizzas (with all the right toppings!), freshly-prepared starters and delicious desserts.

The Pizza Project, G/F, 26 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2311 1815,,

Read more: The Art And Etiquette Of Giving And Receiving Lai See


Featured image courtesy of INK Seafood Café, image 1 courtesy of INK Seafood Café, image 2 courtesy of DiVino Patio, image 3 courtesy of Rajasthan Rifles, image 4 courtesy of Motorino, image 5 courtesy of Bathers Beachfront Restaurant.

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