Weekend brunch in Hong Kong is a tradition, plus it’s a perfect way to spend quality time with the family! From newly launched menus and seasonal brunches to our all-time favourites, here’s where to find the best brunch in Hong Kong.
There are numerous brunch spots in Hong Kong, some more family-friendly than others. Plus, a family brunch is always a nice splurge, even more so when it involves kids’ menus, entertainment and free flow! So we’ve saved you the trouble of sifting through them all and put together a list of newly launched and seasonal brunch menus in Hong Kong, plus some of our absolute favourite Hong Kong brunch spots that we keep going back to!
New And Seasonal Brunches In Hong Kong
The Optimist – Kids Eat Free Halloween Brunch in Hong Kong
The Optimist is offering a Kid’s Brunch for Halloween with loads of kids’ activities! Kids can dine for free and enjoy face painting and play with a claw machine with treats and candies.
When: Sunday, 29 October 2023; 12pm to 5pm
How Much: Starting from $348 per adult
Bengal Brothers (Wan Chai) – Sunday “ADDA” Brunch in Hong Kong
Bengal Brothers’ canteen in Wan Chai has launched a new Sunday “Adda” (Hindi word used to describe a place where people gather for conversation) Brunch. It will feature hearty egg breakfasts, masala chai, beloved South Indian feasts and delicious Kissan Jam Toast (which we bet will be a hit with the kids!). Plus, there are free-flow drinks available for Mamas and Papas!
When: Every Sunday from 8 October; 11am to 3pm
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HOLT’S Cafe, Rosewood Hong Kong – Hong Kong Sunday brunch inspired by cha chaan teng culture
HOLT’S Cafe’s new Sunday brunch menu pays homage to the city’s local cafe-restaurant culture. You’ll find nostalgic flavours such as Barbecue Pork Rice and XO Turnip Cake, plus delectable sweets such as the traditional Hong Kong-Style French Toast and Egg Tart.
When: Every Sunday; 12pm to 3pm
How Much: $580 per person
HOLT’s Cafe, Level Two, Rosewood Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, www.rosewoodhotels.com/holts-cafe
Pici – Bocconi Brunch in Hong Kong
Got pasta lovers in the family? Head to Pici every Sunday to try its Bocconi Brunch menu featuring five sharing starters including Tuna Tartare, Prosciutto and Melon Bites and Bruschetta Classica, followed by a variety of Pici’s signature dishes as the main course and end on a sweet note with a Tiramisu or Panna Cotta. You can also upgrade to a one-hour free-flow package for only $99 per person.
When: Weekends and Public Holidays; 11:30am to 4pm
How Much: $268 per person
Our All-Time Favourite Spots For Brunch In Hong Kong
Hutong – Feng Wei Brunch with family-friendly entertainment in Hong Kong
Hutong’s Feng Wei Brunch in Hong Kong is a hit with families and for good reason! It features unlimited appetisers and three hot sharing dishes per table along with a chef’s recommendation dessert platter. The best part? You’ll enjoy non-stop family-friendly entertainment to go along with your meal, featuring music performances, dance shows and more!
How Much: $680 per person, 3-hour free-flow packages are available starting at $200 per person, visit the website for more details. Kids’ from 5 to 12 years old dine for free.
The Tai Pan, The Murray – Brunch buffet in Hong Kong with a dedicated kids’ station
Parents will be quickly won over by the epic spread at The Tai Pan, but even more so when they see the dedicated kids’ station featuring favourites like Mini Pizzas, Mini Burgers, pastries, ice cream and more. The whole family is very much welcome at brunch here, there’s even a dedicated menu for your fur babies!
How Much: $798 per adult; free-flow packages from $238 per person; $488 per child.
Lighthouse Café, The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel – Buffet brunch in Hong Kong with live stations
If you’re looking for a Hong Kong brunch with a spectacular ocean view, The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel is a great pick. Along with international cuisine influenced by the Mediterranean and Asia, it features a variety of live-action stations that you don’t want to miss.
How Much: Semi-buffet starting from $388 per adult and $258 per child; Lunch buffet starting from $548 per adult and $274 per child.
Lighthouse Cafe, 1/F, The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel, 3 Ocean Drive, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, 2166 7466, www.fullertonhotels.com/fullerton-ocean-park-hotel
Clipper Lounge, Mandarin Oriental – Sunday brunch in Hong Kong with an ice-cream station
For a truly “treat-yourself” type of experience, head to Clipper Lounge at Mandarin Oriental. Its Sunday brunch features hors d’oeuvres, sushi and sashimi, a selection of cheeses and baked goods, a laksa noodle station, dim sum station, homemade chocolate and an ice-cream station. Need we say more?
How Much: $728 per adult and $468 per child
Ozone, The Ritz-Carlton – Iconic Hong Kong brunch at the highest bar in the world
Take your Hong Kong brunch game to new heights with Ozone, the highest bar in the world. Its spectacular brunch menu includes Signature Wagyu Beef Burger, Roasted Tom Yum Cod Fish, a seasonal seafood platter and more.
How Much: $798 per adult, $518 per child
Cafe Zomato – Aussie brunch and coffee shop in Hong Kong
A Sassy Mama favourite, Cafe Zomato serves up delicious avocado toasts, poke bowls, pasta, and eggs benedict that are always a hit with the kiddos.
When: Monday to Sunday, 9am to 6pm
How Much: Varies by menu item, contact Cafe Zomato for details.
Honjo — Modern Japanese brunch in Hong Kong with a free kids’ menu
While you have your unlimited sashimi, nigiri, maki and fresh oysters, the kids can tuck into fried chicken, udon and gyoza – for free (with every two adults paying for brunch)! Plus, there’s a whole vegetarian brunch menu!
How Much: $498 per adult, $220 with free-flow alcohol; One child eats free with every two paying adults; $98 per extra child.
Editor’s Note: “Best Brunch Spots In Hong Kong: Where To Go For Buffet And Free-Flow” was most recently updated in July 2023 by Najuka Redkar.