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Where to find the best Sunday roasts in Hong Kong

By Localiiz 22 May 2024

Header images courtesy of @69onjervois (via Instagram)

It’s no secret that we love brunch, though some of our weekends are spent hankering for something that we can really sink our teeth into—like a Sunday roast. 

A mouth-watering assemblage, the Sunday roast traditionally stars a roast of choice, drenched in a generous serving of gravy and surrounded by a bed of roasted vegetables, with a mandatory serving of Yorkshire pudding to top it all off. 

Whether you are a homesick Brit or simply looking to tuck into a meal that gives off the celebratory warmth of a holiday feast, here are the best spots in Hong Kong for a good ole Sunday roast.

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Photo: Soho House Hong Kong

Soho House

For a limited time only, you can enjoy a Sunday roast at Soho House. Until 30 June 2024, the London establishment Dean Street Townhouse is popping up at Soho House, offering classic British fare. The three-part Sunday roast includes starters such as mushroom soup, house-cured salmon, or beef tartare, and main courses such as roast Hereford beef, Yorkshire chicken, roast pork, or mushroom Wellington, all served with cauliflower cheese, roast potatoes, and vegetables. Choose one dessert out of a selection of sticky toffee pudding, chocolate mousse with coffee ice cream, or British cheese. Head over before the pop-up comes to an end!

Dean Street Townhouse pop-up, Soho House, 33 Des Voeux Road West, Sheung Wan

Photo: The Globe (via Facebook)

The Globe

Transplanting the warm and friendly buzz of your salt-of-the-earth pub to the slopes of Soho, The Globe is high up on our list of spots in Hong Kong for a proper nosh. Lovingly prepped by Chef Martin and available every Sunday from 12 pm, take your pick of a sumptuous beef rump, pork belly, lamb shoulder, or even a totally vegan tomato and walnuts roast that will satisfy any plant-based cravings.

Slathered in piping hot gravy beside a serving of roasted vegetables and a fresh Yorkshire pudding, the roast comes with a starter as part of a two-course meal or even a three-course meal with a dessert for finishers. Wash it all down with the two-hour free-flow inclusive of a varied selection such as draft beers, draft cider, house wines, Aperol Spritz, and more!

The Globe, Garely Building, 45–53 Graham Street, Central | (+852) 2543 1941

Photo: @mrwolfhk (via Instagram)

Mr Wolf

The vibrant carving station at Mr Wolf delivers roasted beef, crackling pork belly, and roast chicken leg, with gravy on the side for you to douse your platter to your heart’s content. Presented as an all-you-can-eat spread, there is also plenty of duck fat potatoes, buttered carrots, cauliflower chesse, and, of course, yorkies.

All of the above can be enjoyed at Sunday lunch, which goes from 12 pm to 3 pm. An additional free-flow drinks package of soft drinks, beers, and wine can be had for an extra price. Needless to say, such a banquet would not be complete without dessert, which comes as a tall glass of Eton Mess.

Mr Wolf, 5/F, 70 Queen’s Road Central, Central | (+852) 2526 0838

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Photo: @69onjervois (via Instagram)

69 on Jervois Bar & Grill

Specialising in nostalgic British cuisine with a touch of local flair, 69 on Jervois offers an authentic roast on its weekend brunch menu. Served alongside five starters and a choice of desserts, the signature roast beef comes with heritage carrots, roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, and gravy on the side. Elevate your brunch experience with a free-flow drinks package! Alternatively, check out the grill plates section on the à la carte menu for more roast dishes for sharing.

69 on Jervois, 69 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan

Photo: @feathernbonehk (via Instagram)

Feather & Bone

Everyone’s favourite local butcher, Feather & Bone, has an irresistible Sunday roast menu featuring some of its quality cuts of meat and delectable sides. Available at its Mid-Levels, Happy Valley, and Causeway Bay locations, the FAB Sunday roast menu starts with a serving of French onion soup before moving on to a choice of roast between prime rib-eye, slow-cooked leg of lamb, or porchetta pork, all served with as many as six sides! Round off your meal with a choice of desserts; we heard the butter croissant pudding and the traditional tiramisu are to die for.

Feather & Bone Causeway Bay, Shop LG11–22, LG/F, Lee Garden Two, 28 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay | (+852) 3529 1228

Feather & Bone Happy Valley, Shop A & C, Winner Building, 11 Wong Nai Chung Road, Happy Valley | (+852) 2836 3789

Feather & Bone Mid-Levels, G/F–1/F, 38 Shelley Street, Mid-Levels | (+852) 2179 6211

Photo: @mo_hkg (via Instagram)

The Chinnery

The Chinnery in The Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong serves an extensive roast lunch menu that differs from your traditional roast in that it can only be enjoyed on weekdays—so, if you want to treat yourself to a premium roast lunch, best to make time during the week.

Roasted mains rotate daily at The Chinnery, with current offerings being the oven-roasted baby chicken on Mondays, roasted lamb rack on Tuesdays, a classic beef Wellington on Wednesdays, roasted pork belly on Thursdays, and a salmon Wellington on Fridays, all accompanied by bespoke sides with a choice of tea or coffee included. Keep an eye out for any changes to its daily roast menu on here.

The Chinnery, The Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road, Central | (+852) 2825 4009

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Photo: Island Shangri–La

Lobster Bar & Grill

Over at Lobster Bar and Grill, you can enjoy a classic Sunday roast, which includes no less than seven appetisers to share. The demitasse lobster bisque, prawn cocktail, tomato salad, sardine on toast, beetroot and kale, country terrine, and even freshly shucked oysters will be placed at the centre of the table for all to share. The roast part of the meal is served individually, with a choice between the signature roast beef, roast pork, roast lamb, a lobster, or the catch of day—and all dishes come with different sides!

If you’re feeling adventurous, you could also branch out and try the seafood Sunday roast to a share between at least two people. It includes the same choice of main courses, but the meal starts with a seafood tower inclusive of lobster, prawns, oysters, crab, clams, and sashimi. Included in both menus is a choice of dessert—the indulgent selection gives you a choice between yuzu meringue pie, banoffee pie, whole apple tart tatin, and triple chocolate mud pie!

Lobster Bar and Grill, 6/F, Island Shangri–La, Pacific

Photo: The Picture House (via Facebook)

The Picture House

Nestled in the laidback Sai Kung area, The Picture House serves a satisfying, fuss-free weekend roast menu featuring daily prime cuts of meat. Served alongside classic sides like honey-glazed carrots, roasted potatoes, and Yorkshire pudding, ask your server for the daily selection of roast meats.

The Picture House, Shop 5, G/F, 66 Yi Chun Street, Sai Kung

Photo: @friteshk (via Instagram)


For those who would like to share a hearty roast as a family without making a mess in the kitchen, check out Frites’ family feasts! Plan your Sunday afternoon ahead of time and order one of Frites’ packages at least three days in advance. The roast beef package includes one kilogram of USDA 1855 black Angus roast beef, potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, and roast vegetables, while the chicken cushion and suckling pig packages offer equally mouthwatering alternatives. To order, click here.

Frites, locations across Hong Kong

First published on 6 January 2022. Written by Alisa Chau. Last updated by Celia Lee and Lily Valette.

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