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The 10 Best Brunches In Hangzhou, China

The 10 Best Brunches In Hangzhou, China
Hangzhou is a beautiful city in China full of ancient temples, lakes, pagodas, and gardens; and it’s also a popular destination for food lovers. Numerous great restaurants here serve everything from traditional Hang Bang Cai cuisine to international fare. We list the best spots to stop for brunch when you’re exploring here.

Tiny Salt

Restaurant, Chinese
With huge floor-to-ceiling windows, Tiny Salt is a bright restaurant offering a range of Western foods, such as the tasty American steak sandwiches, Italian pizzas, and a French-style rack of lamb, all complemented by illy coffee. The environment is cozy as well, with wooden furniture and plenty of plants.
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Homestead Coffee

With the motto ‘your second home’, Korean café Homestead Coffee aims to provide diners with a homely atmosphere. The menu is mainly traditional Korean food, plus there are some Western snacks and Chinese dishes. The coffees are memorable; try the sweet purple sweet potato latte, the rich chestnut latte, or the special black tea latte.

Homestead Coffee, 3/F, Liyuan Mansion, 88 Jiaogong Road, Xihu District, Hangzhou, China, +86 571 8785 9889

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Panini

Cafe, Chinese
Panini serves a wide variety of tasty panini, which are filled with fresh ingredients. The café is tiny but warm, perfect as an afternoon stop for some lovely cakes, teas and coffee. Local patrons are mostly students, as the cafe is located next to the Zhejiang University, who are drawn by prices that are relatively low.
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Maan Coffee

Opened by a Korean, the two-storey Maan Coffee mainly serves Korean-style food, desserts, and drinks, and the most popular dishes are their fruit waffle set, the ice cream pancake set, and the BLT sandwich. Their brunch sets are creative and tasty and relatively inexpensive. A quirk of Maan Coffee is that it provides diners with teddy bears to cuddle while they are waiting for the food.

Maan Coffee, Building 6, Queen’s Park, 277 Wulin Road, Xiacheng District, Hangzhou, China, +86 571 8970 0377

Victoria Harbour One

Restaurant, Chinese, Seafood
Victoria Harbour One offers Cantonese dim sum daily from 9.30am to 1.30pm. The restaurant follows the décor of traditional Cantonese restaurants in Hong Kong, which normally includes a big banquet-style dining hall and many round tables. The menu is equally authentic, with delicious dishes including chicken spring roll, Chaozhou beef ball, barbecued pork bun, and Victoria Harbour shrimp dumplings.
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Park 1999

Restaurant, French, Italian, American, German
Park 1999, a two-storey restaurant located next to the beautiful Xihu (West Lake), provides diners with French, Italian, English, Germen, Mexican and American brunch daily from 1pm to 4:30pm. Their Germen menu is particularly fabulous, with traditional sausages and hams. Don’t forget to have a look at their terrace, a perfect spot for eating outside when it’s warm.
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La Vita

La Vita is an artistic café full of wooden tables, chairs, comfortable green sofas and colorful plants. They offer a wide range of food suitable for breakfast, and their pizzas and coffee are particularly good. If you want to appreciate the beautiful scenery of the West Lake, you should definitely pick a window seat on the second floor.

La Vita, 6 Lvyang Road, Shangcheng District, Hangzhou, China, +86 571 8653 6332

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