Did someone say free flow? Introducing your guide to the best brunch places in Hong Kong, featuring feasts at Zuma, TokyoLima, aqua and more…
Brunch in Hong Kong needs no introduction. In our city, the humble meal that falls between breakfast and lunch gets a super-sized makeover. So much more than just pancakes and eggs, Hong Kong’s brunch menus are instead filled with everything from Italian favourites and Asian delicacies to hearty meat dishes and seafood spreads, complete with free-flow drinks. Whether you’re after a celebratory affair, a more casual offering, or a blow-the-budget treat, our guide to the best brunch places in Hong Kong (all with free-flow options!) has you covered.
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The Best Free-Flow Brunch In Hong Kong
LPM Restaurant & Bar – “La Vie en Rosé” Riviera-inspired free-flow brunch
LPM’s new à la carte brunch offering will sweep you away to the French Riviera with French-Mediterranean fare and unlimited lashings of rosé or Champagne. Come hungry! This end of the week treat includes 14 appetiser dishes (yes, 14!) to begin with, then your choice of main (between Squid Ink Risotto, Grilled Sirloin Steak and Petit Farcis Nicois) and dessert. The bar has also prepared four new cocktails to throw into the free-flow mix, including Le Place Garibaldi, a Campari Bitter and “fluffy” orange, and the Riviera Blanc made with Metal One, Côte de Provence Blanc with a hint of pink peppercorn Saint Germain.
When: Every Sunday, 12pm to 5pm
How much: From $688, add $310 for free-flow premium rosé or Champagne and cocktails
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Tagline Restaurant & Bar – A filling and flavour-packed weekend free-flow brunch
Tagline is a great spot on Kowloonside offering a fresh take on Indian and Arab dishes, and a filling, flavour-packed feast to end the week with. The weekend brunch here starts off with a Fig Salad or Tomato Soup, then your choice of one chaat (think Samosas, Tart Ragda Patties and Edamame Peanut Bhel). Next comes either paneer or truffle chicken bao sliders, followed by your choice of a tandoor or grilled item, one curry and one biriyani. The meal rounds off with your preferred flavour of naan and one dessert.
When: Weekends, 12pm to 2:30pm
How much: $298 per person, add $158 to $220 for 2.5 hours free-flow (plus 10% service charge)
Quote the code “SASSY10” when booking to enjoy 10% off your bill. Offer valid until Sunday, 30 April, 2023.
Bianco & Rosso – Weekend Odyssey Brunch
Bianco & Rosso just made the end of your week better with its new Weekend Odyssey Brunch offering, spoiling guests with a choice of two starters per person, one pasta and one main (yes, the Whole Tree Yellow Chicken is an option!). Plus, you can choose to add on a chocolate tart for dessert and unlimited lashings of wine, Prosecco, negronis and more, curated by Bar Manager Ash Gurung.
When: Weekends, 11am to 3pm
How much: $298 per person, add $198 per person for 2 hours free-flow wine, Prosecco, spritzers, negronis and more
VEDA – Free-flow chaat, Champagne and chai
Unlimited chaat, chai and Champagne, VEDA’s new CHA CHA CHA Brunch has all the makings of a winning weekend feast. Dig into a savoury selection of nine tasty treats, including Pani Puri, Silk Route Momos and Samosa Chaat. Then satisfy your sweet tooth with a slice of Gulab Jamun-inspired G’Jam Cake, Chai Masala Burnt Cheesecake and Warm Fruit Salad.
When: Weekends and Public Holidays, 12pm to 3pm
How much: $398 per person, add $368 for free-flow Champagne
Breeze Bistro – Sunset Brunch with sea views and live DJ sessions
This month for one day only, Breeze Bistro brings us Hong Kong’s first ever Sunset Brunch, serving a sumptuous feasting menu of starters, mains and dessert to share from noon till 5pm. Opt for the free-flow package to sip on unlimited cocktails and take in the sea views till sundown, with Balearic beats being played in the background by a live DJ.
When: Saturday, 20 May, 4pm to 9pm (with live DJ session)
How much: $398 per person for food, add $298 for 2.5 hours free-flow cocktails
Uma Nota – Weekend brunch with sharing mains and dessert platter
Taking its cue from Sao Paulo’s street style snacking culture, Uma Nota’s brunch delights with its unique Japanese twist on South American flavours. The brunch opens with six tasty starters, including Pão de Queijo (Brazilian cheese bread) and Salmão Curado (cured salmon). Dig into hearty sharing mains and be sure to leave room for the Dessert Platter – a colourful assortment of sweet treats and fresh fruit.
When: Weekends and Public Holidays, 12pm to 4pm
How much: $420 per person for food, add $210 for 1.5 hours free-flow Prosecco and beer, or $290 to include cocktails and more
TokyoLima – Matsuri Brunch and Dunch
TokyoLima’s festive free-flow Matsuri brunch is one of our favourites in the city, encompassing plates of fresh ceviche, stir-fried rump steak, grilled lobster and more. Hoping to sleep in over the weekend? Not to worry, TokyoLima’s Dunch offering is just as good and doesn’t start till 2:30pm (plus it’s cheaper too!).
When: Weekends and Public Holidays, 12pm to 2pm (Matsuri Brunch), Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays, 2:30 to 5:30pm (Dunch)
How much: $398 per person for food, add $198 for 2 hours free-flow sake, house wines, Asahi beer and cocktail of the week, or $398 for additional Champagne (Matsuri Brunch); $298 per person (Dunch).
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Mak Mak – Thai weekend brunch in Central
Mak Mak has to be one of the best brunches in Hong Kong if you’re a fan of Thai food and value for money. Here, you’ll be treated to unlimited Thai dishes served straight to your table, with the menu featuring everything from Laab Gai, curries, Pad Thai, Mango Sticky Rice and more. Drinks-wise, indulge in free-flow Veuve Clicquot NV Champagne, Aperol Spritz, house wines and beer.
When: Weekends and Public Holidays, 12pm to 3pm
How much: Brunch is $338 per person for food and free-flow juice, soft drinks and select mocktails; or $598 per person for food and free-flow Champagne, Aperol Spritz and house wines
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Sunset Grill – Weekend brunch with a view on Lantau
Perched on the rooftop of Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung, Sunset Grill overlooks the Chek Lap Kok airport and Bay Area. Starting with a finger-friendly seafood platter and starters, expect a surf and turf feast to arrive at your table from the open kitchen and charcoal grill. To finish, enjoy a Dessert Platter of Oreo Cheesecake, Raspberry Mousse and more.
When: Weekends, 12pm to 3pm
How much: Brunch is $550 per person for food, add $198 for 2 hours free-flow house wine and beer or $388 for additional Champagne and house spirits.
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Madame Fù – All-you-can-eat Peking duck and dim sum
If you’ve got a hankering for dim sum and Peking duck, Madame Fù’s weekend brunch has got you covered. Feast on dim sum and plates of Iberico Char Siu, Firecracker Chicken, Salt and Pepper Tofu and more. Diners can opt for a vegan or gluten-free menu or book the “Never Too Late To Brunch” brunch for a late-night feast featuring a barbecue tower of roasted meats.
When: Friday to Sunday and Public Holidays, 12pm to 5pm (Love To Brunch), Saturday, 7pm to 11pm (Night Brunch)
How much: $780 and up for free-flow Prosecco, rosé, house wine, sake, beer, selected cocktails and more
Chaiwala – A filling Indian feast
Enjoy the colours and flavours of India with Chaiwala’s weekend brunch. Start your feast with a selection of sharing starters and a biryani, followed by your choice of tandoor, curry and dessert. With signature dishes on offer such as The Classic Chicken Tikka, Mutton Biriyani and Saag Paneer, you’re sure to go home with a grin on your face (not to mention a full stomach!).
When: Weekends and Public Holidays, 12pm to 2pm
How much: Brunch is $368 per person for food, add $120 for 2 hours free-flow lassi, $198 for 2-hours free-flow Prosecco, house wine, beer and G&Ts, or $398 for additional free-flow Champagne.
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La Vache! – Unlimited steak frites and wine
If you’re after steak frites and plenty of free-flow wine, La Vache!’s Le Disco Brunch is for you. Taking place in its SoHo location, the monthly brunch feast kicks off with bread and salad before the main event – unlimited USDA Prime rib-eye steak and frites. A live DJ keeps the party going with French disco tunes, complete with free-flow house wine and bubbles.
When: First Sunday of every month, from 12pm to 2pm (first seating) or 2:30pm to 4:30pm (second seating)
How much: $688 per person for food and free-flow house wine and Prosecco.
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aqua – Early and non-stop brunch
aqua’s fabulous Non-Stop Brunch is a must for when you want to treat yourself after a long week. Featuring a selection of sushi and sashimi, tempura, mains dishes and a dessert platter, alongside free-flow Veuve Clicquot Champagne, sake and cocktails galore, it’s definitely indulgent. Pro-tip: book in for Saturday brunch to enjoy live DJ music.
When: Weekends and Public Holidays, 11am to 1pm (Early Brunch) or 1pm to 4:30pm (Non-Stop Brunch)
How much: $688 per person for food, add $200 and up for 2 hours free-flow Prosecco, rosé, wine, sake, beer, Bloody Mary and more (Early Brunch). $788 per person for food, add $250 for unlimited free-flow drinks (Non-Stop Brunch)
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La Paloma – All-you-can-eat tapas, paella and suckling pig
A journey to Spain awaits thanks to La Paloma’s weekend brunch. The Mediterranean feast combines the best of tapas, paella and traditional-style suckling pig for brunch, along with free-flow Spanish wine, sangria and beer. Nab a seat on the spacious rooftop for ultimate holiday vibes.
When: Weekends and Public Holidays, 11:30am to 3:15pm
How much: Brunch is $398 per person for food; add $230 for 2 hours free-flow wine, cava, sangria and beer.
Club Rangoon – The one and only Burmese feast in town
Looking to try something new for your next brunch adventure? Club Rangoon offers the only Burmese feast in town. The “Lite Pewl Brunch” features a spread of authentic Burmese dishes designed to share. Expect a range of unlimited street food-inspired starters to begin with, followed by your choice of main and ending with a chef’s selection of thar gu (sago with coconut milk), Burmese tea ice cream and fresh fruits.
When: Weekends and Public Holidays, 12pm to 4pm
How much: Brunch is $498 per person for food, add $80 and up for 2 hours free-flow Prosecco, house wines, beer and more
ZUMA – Weekend free-flow brunch and Yashoku night brunch
Renowned worldwide for its grade A Japanese fare, Zuma’s indulgent free-flow weekend brunch continues to be a must-visit for all occasions. Expect the restaurant’s signature contemporary twist on traditional Japanese izakaya food, alongside free-flow Champagne, sake, wine and beer. We’re also fans of Zuma’s Yashoku Night Brunch, complete with entertainment from a live DJ.
When: Weekends, 11am to 2:45pm (Weekend Brunch), Friday and Saturday, 8:30pm and 11pm (Yashoku Night Brunch)
How much: $858 per person for food, add $230 and up for 2.5 hours of free-flow Champagne (Weekend Brunch); from $1,188 per person for 2.5 hours free-flow Champagne, sake and beer (Yashoku Night Brunch).
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SOMM – A great value-for-money brunch
Tucked inside the Landmark Mandarin Oriental, trust in the SOMMkind of Brunch to elevate your weekend. The decadent brunch treats you to a generous spread of starters (including Kind Crab and Polmard Heritage Beef Steak Tartare), followed by show-stopping mains and dessert to finish (we’d go back just for the chocolate soufflé!).
When: Weekends and public holiday, 11am to 2.30pm
How much: Free-flow brunch packages starts at $768 per person with a 90 minutes free-flow of sommeliers selection of sparkling wine, seasonal cocktails, fresh juices, coffee or tea
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Editor’s Note: “The Best Brunch Places In Hong Kong: Free-Flow Drinks, Hotel Buffets & More” was most recently updated in April 2023 by Nicole Moraleda. With thanks to Jessica Ng for her contribution.
This article contains editorial selections and paid partnerships.
Main image courtesy of aqua via Instagram, image 1 courtesy of LPM Restaurant & Bar, image 2 courtesy of Tagline, image 3 courtesy of VEDA, image 4 courtesy of Uma Nota via Instagram, image 5 courtesy of Mak Mak via Instagram, image 6 courtesy of Madame Fù via Instagram, image 7 courtesy of La Vache! via Instagram, image 8 courtesy of La Paloma via Instagram,