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Spring 2024: Where to find the best brunches in Hong Kong

By Celia Lee 20 February 2024

Header image courtesy of Bedu

Looking for new brunch recommendations? If so, you have come to the right place! From unlimited dim sum to Nikkei fare, here are the best seasonal brunches in Hong Kong to try this spring.

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Enjoy a relaxed weekend with the latest Sommkind of Brunch! The brunch menu starts with a good deal of sharing appetisers, including a bread basket filled with sea salt and sesame brioche feuilletée, croissants, and sourdough. Also served are the home-smoked Tasmanian salmon with sour cream ikura and blinis, venison and foie gras pâté en croûte with mulled wine quince compote, fresh oysters, and more. To continue, there is a choice of main courses, among which we particularly enjoyed the yellow chicken with black winter truffle. To round off the brunch experience, the selection of four desserts includes a chocolate soufflé with cacao sorbet and pancakes with banana and toasted pecan nuts. The Sommkind of Brunch menu comes with a 90-minute free-flow of sparkling wine, cocktails, juice, and sparkling tea. For more upscale pours, the Special and the Royale free-flow packages are also available.

When: Every Saturday and Sunday

Where: Somm, 7/F, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, Central

Photo: Hue Dining

Hue Dining

Wine enthusiasts should be keen on trying Hue Dining’s latest weekend brunch menu. Featuring an extensive wine selection, the free-flow packages include 15 premium red, white, and dessert wines. As for the spread of brunch fare you’ll be clinking your glasses over, expect freshly baked sourdough with house-whipped and smoked butter, and dishes such as crab cake Benedict, organic pea croquettes, and the Roaring Forties lamb loin. To tastefully pair your sweet wine, a choice of desserts includes the Hue pavlova, pistachio tiramisu, and éclair topped with mojito jam. Visit on Sundays to enjoy live jazz performances.

When: Every Saturday and Sunday

Where: Hue Dining, 1/F, Hong Kong Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Photo: Tango Argentinian Steakhouse

Tango Argentinian Steakhouse

Brunch-goers looking for a more casual affair should head over to Tango. The three-course weekend brunch menu features a varied selection of seafood and meat dishes. For traditional recipes, take your pick of the lomito steak sandwich with chimichurri sauce or the Bife de Ancho rib-eye. Alternatively, try the crispy confit duck leg, seabass filet, steamed black mussels in white wine broth, and more. Opting for the free-flow package gives you unlimited access to house wines, cocktails, and soft drinks for two hours—including the Argentinian speciality Fernet con Coca.

When: Every Saturday and Sunday, and public holiday

Where: Tango Argentinian Steakhouse, 2/F, Grand Progress Building, 15–16 Lan Kwai Fong, Central

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Photo: Melody


Melody’s inaugural brunch menu features the restaurant’s best offerings, enjoyed to the sound of music played on a vinyl. Guests will dig into shared appetisers to start, featuring terrine campagnarde and aubergine escabeche, among other offerings. For mains, the hearty selection includes suckling pig quarter, roast yellow chicken with rösti potato, fried duck eggs, and slaw, truffle mushroom lasagne with cauliflower cream, and more. To round off the meal on a refreshing note, try the zesty passion fruit pavlova, while the indulgent sticky toffee pudding and vanilla ice cream satisfies sweet tooths. Served on Sundays only is a classic roast, which we hear is perfectly paired with Melody’s free-flow Champagne.

When: Every Saturday and Sunday

Where: Melody, 100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun

Photo: LPM Restaurant & Bar

LPM Restaurant & Bar

LPM’s La Vie en Rosé brunch is returning! With a selection of new offerings, the highlight of the menu remains the unlimited starters, including Swiss chard omelette, warm heirloom tomato tart, and amberjack carpaccio with green apple dressing. Leaving room for mains, patrons can enjoy dishes and sides such as the charcoal-grilled red bream for two, Sagabuta pork with chimichurri, or the potato gratin. If in doubt when choosing desserts, we recommend the French toast with spice ice cream and the crème brûlée. Opt for the A Champagne Life free-flow to enjoy unlimited pours of rosé, Champagne, and selected cocktails.

When: Every Sunday

Where: LPM Restaurant & Bar, UG/F, H Queen’s, 23–29 Stanley Street, Central

Aqua Restaurant Group

Aqua Group has a series of brunch offerings for you to enjoy this season. At Aqua, the brunch menu starts with a range of unlimited starters to share, highlighting sliced hamachi with Japanese onion sauce, roasted porchetta with grilled bell peppers and pickled mustard seeds, and beef katsu sando. For mains, choices such as seared octopus tentacles with chickpea purée, tomato, and olive salad, and stone-frilled Wagyu beef sirloin with crispy garlic chips are available. Brunch concludes with a dessert platter. Free-flow Champagne, sake, wines, and cocktails are also on offer.

Over at Cantina, allow for a lazy weekend moment at the family-friendly brunch. Little ones can keep themselves busy with balloon-twisting performances and colouring-in kits while digging into the kid’s menu. Grown-ups can catch up over a spread of delectable dishes, including salmon tartare with avocado, cavatelli with beef and pork ragù, and veal Milanese for two, with the option to add on free-flow Champagne.

For a lively meal, head over to Hutong’s Feng Wei brunch. Complete with live performances such as traditional Chinese face-changing acts, live noodle-pulling, and interactive dim-sum-making classes, Hutong makes sure every guest is thoroughly entertained. Highlighted dishes include unlimited dim sum, braised chicken with Chinese wine sauce in clay pot, and the Red Lantern crispy soft-shell crab with Sichuan dried chilli. Free-flow Champagne, wine, and spirits are available for an added fee.

Enjoy a selection of authentic and innovative dim sum at The Chinese Library. Featuring unlimited appetisers and dim sum, patrons can enjoy offerings such as dace balls with white radish, black garlic siu mai, and roasted chicken puffs with almond. For mains, choose between braised pork belly and dried bean curd with yellow wine, fish maw served with chicken liver, and Sichuan ma po tofu with minced pork. Brunch concludes with unlimited desserts!

When: Every Saturday and Sunday, and public holiday

Where: Aqua, 17/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Cantina, Police Headquarters Block 01, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central

Hutong, 18/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

The Chinese Library, Police Headquarters Block 01, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central

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Photo: Jiangsu Club

Jiangsu Club

Jiangsu Club is putting a twist on its Splash weekend brunch! The buffet offers unlimited appetisers, snacks, desserts, and the restaurant’s signature dishes. Highlights include Shanghai smoked five spice fish, wontons in garlic and chilli soy sauce, and shredded chicken with green bean noodles. Elevate your brunch experience with one of the free-flow Champagne packages available.

When: Every Saturday and Sunday, and public holiday

Where: Jiangsu Club, 2/F, Alliance Building, 130–136 Connaught Road, Sheung Wan

Photo: Ichu


Ichu’s latest Fiesta brunch takes us on a Nikkei cuisine journey—a fusion of Peruvian and Japanese fare. While enjoying the spectacular four-hour free-flow, guests can enjoy a range of mouth-watering dishes, such as tacos de carne, grilled tiger prawns in mojo criollo sauce, baby chicken with panca pepper, and Argentinian tenderloin with papas nativas and chimichurri sauce. A selection of indulgent treats is served on the dessert platter.

When: Every Saturday

Where: Ichu, 3/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central, Central

Photo: Bedu


Bedu’s brand-new brunch menu features dishes that best showcase the enticing flavours of Persian, Turkish, and Jordanian cuisines. Beginning with a selection of sharing mezze such as hummus and spinach labneh served with homemade flatbread, patrons are then treated to falafel, baked eggplant, chicken lari, and roasted lamb shank amongst other offerings. Round off your brunch with the chef’s signature baklava millefeuille layered with vanilla ice cream.

When: Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays

Where: Bedu, 40 Gough Street, Central

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Celia Lee

Staff writer

Born and raised in Hong Kong and educated in the UK, Celia is passionate about culture, food, and different happenings in the city. When she’s not busy writing, you can find her scouting for new and trendy restaurants, getting lost in a bookstore, or baking up a storm at home.