Cue the free-flow! A weekend brunch in Hong Kong can make for a great family day out and even the fussiest little mouths are sure to find something satisfying amongst the lunch buffet offerings. The W Hong Kong, Duddell’s, Hutong and Zuma brunches are all crowd-pleasers, but there are plenty of brunching options in the city.
Do you even live in Hong Kong if you don’t brunch? While the days of boozy free-flow brunches may not be as frequent as they were pre-kids, it doesn’t mean we don’t know how to indulge. There are some great value brunches in Hong Kong that are super accommodating for the kids – we’re talking special brunch menus, kids’ entertainment and more.
Free-Flow Brunch In Hong Kong
The Feng Wei brunch at Hutong is always a hit. Not only is there a variety of dim sum and Northern Chinese dishes (add on the Peking duck!), free-flow drinks, but the kids are kept entertained by different entertainment. Think face-changing Beijing opera performers, puppet shows and noodle chefs making an appearance throughout the meal (just check in with the restaurant to see what the latest entertainment schedule is). This is a great option when you’ve got visitors in town and want to show them some great food and views while also keeping the kids happy.
Who doesn’t love the free-flow weekend brunch at Zuma? These 2.5-hour champagne packages tick all the right boxes with parents and kids love their perfect-sized portions of the main course. Kids under 4 years eat for free.
The cosy wooden decor and relaxed vibe of the restaurant is ideal for parents who want to enjoy classic European food, safe in the comfort that the little ones are having a blast. Parents can feast on Belgian favourites like mussel pots (our pick!), a hearty pork knuckle or a traditional Weiner schnitzel while the kids are sure to enjoy mini burgers, spag bol, schnitzel strips and more. Be sure to keep this one in mind for your child’s next birthday party too!
For the best tastes of Britain and the US, head to Kinship for an indulgent weekend 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.
A weekend brunch at Duddell’s is a Hong Kong institution. Parents will love the refined setting and free-flow champagne and kids will love filling up on the unlimited dumplings and dim sum.
The alfresco dining option makes Spasso a popular choice for a Sunday brunch with the kids. There are Italian and international dishes on offer and kids under 6 years eat free.
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Hotel Buffet Brunches In Hong Kong
Brasserie on the Eighth, Conrad Hong Kong
Warning – do NOT eat breakfast before heading to this epic hotel buffet lunch spread. Set against a towering view of the city, take your pick from an extensive and extravagant international buffet that boasts the likes of egg dishes, a selection of international-inspired mains (including Italian favourites, sushi and Chinese options), along with a mouth-watering array of desserts and a Cheese Library! Need we say more?
Clipper Lounge, Mandarin Oriental
Head over to the Mandarin Oriental for Sunday brunch and enjoy the lavish seafood buffet that includes sushi, sashimi and oysters. There are also Thai and Chinese speciality dishes and a decadent dessert selection.
The Grill, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
Relax poolside at The Grill at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong. You’ll feel like you’re on holiday as you dine on fresh seafood and charcoal-grilled delicacies from the weekend buffet.
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208 Duecento Otto
Always a family-favourite (even though its weekend play area is no longer available), 208 Duecento Otto has a revamped weekend brunch menu. Starting with a selection of antipasti, salads, and cold cuts served on the buffet, guests can also choose a main from the menu which changes every month. Expect crowd-pleasing favourites such as glazed sweet and sour “Mangalica” pork ribs on lemon-flavoured mashed potato, lasagna Alla Bolognese with wagyu ragu and Mayura rib-eye with roasted tomato. Of course, at 208, no meal is complete without digging into one of its delicious desserts!
Bombay Dreams’ indulgent free-flow Indian brunch offering is an affordable weekend buffet lunch option for the family. $238 will get you unlimited buffet food, including seafood dishes, classic curries, signature dishes and chef’s specials. Make it a celebratory occasion with free-flow cocktails, sangria and wine!
Treat the kids to a Pizza Master class ($148) while you enjoy your weekend brunch! Adults can choose from breakfast-style dishes, sharing platters, salads, pasta or pizza, with the option to add on a free-flow package. The location on the patio of the Causeway Centre ensures that the kids can run around well away from the bustling streets of Wan Chai.
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