SPOON by Alain Ducasse only serves brunch on Sunday, but their menu makes it worth the wait. It includes a range of homemade cheese and bread, French Iberico ham and pickles and salmon gravlax. Their food is complemented by a list of fine drinks, such as champagne, house wine, fresh fruit juice, mocktail, tea, and coffee. Enjoy brunch while overlooking the amazing scenery of Victoria Harbour.
N1 Coffee & Co. serves diners with all-day breakfast sets, sandwiches and cakes, as well as a wide variety of fine coffee, tea, smoothies and fresh juices, so that you can go and enjoy breakfast at any time. The coffee house is petite yet cosy, and they use Tiffany blue as the café’s main colour tone, making the atmosphere really warm and dreamy. There are many lovely decorations in the café as well, look out a big Tiffany blue hobbyhorse.
Petit Deli is a cosy cafe serving plentiful homemade Italian-style food, including pastas, pizzas, breads and desserts. They offer a range of delicious brunches as well, such as the grilled lamb with mix vegetables in gravy sauce, jumbo breakfast, and pan-fried salmon with mint cream sauce. After having a late breakfast in Petit Deli try their coffee, which features amazing latte art.
In Bricklane, you can find many great breakfast sets, including the appetizing eggs benedict with Parma ham, the traditional all-day breakfast, and omelette complemented with fries and vegetables. Their all day breakfast includes eggs, sausage, bacon, smoked salmon, cheese, baked bean, roast vine tomato, and hash browns.
R&B is a great brunch spot in Tsim Sha Tsui which offers diners American fare. They serve classic breakfast dishes alongside but more creative options, such as the buttermilk fried chicken benedict with egg, biscuit and buffalo hollandaise. The sauce is delicious, the fried chicken is crispy and juicy, while the biscuit is freshly baked. A great place to start your morning in a cosy and homely cafe.
Dazzling Café is a Taiwanese-style coffee house serving a wide variety of European snacks and desserts that are suitable for late breakfast. Their honey toast is particularly popular as the bread is very crispy, and the ice cream and fresh fruits on the top create an interesting flavor that pairs well. For something closer to the lunch side of brunch, try one of their pastas.
Din Tai Fung serves up Shanghainese dim sums for something a little different for breakfast. The signature xiao long bao (steamed pork dumplings) is a must try. It is a tiny bun filled with juicy pork and savoury broth, while the skin is extremely thin and smooth, providing an incredibly great taste. Their other dishes are impressive as well. Try the steamed vegetable and pork dumplings and the braised beef brisket noodle.
Having some decent Cantonese dim sums in Tin Lung Heen is regarded as a fine treat in the morning. The restaurant serves authentic Cantonese dishes and holds two Michelin stars. Thehe chefs try to add new and innovative elements to the traditional dim sums, making their food more fabulous and creative. Having Cantonese dim sums in the morning is a light and tasty option. The tea provided brings the dining experience up another notch.
Ippudo provides a variety of Japanese ramen with different toppings. The ramen here is delicious, the noodles are chewy and the toppings are fresh and juicy. The broth is incredibly sweet and the topping is rich, including the juicy pork loin, bean sprouts, kikurage and spring onions. The interior of Ippudo is designed in a traditional Japanese style with lovely paintings and ornaments put up as decorations.
Many Hong Kong people love going to cha chan teng (a Hong Kong-style teahouse) for breakfast and brunch as the sets they provide are rich and tasty. Star Café is ideal for those who love Hong Kong-style food, as the eatery aims at providing diners with a wide range of local breakfast sets. These include the Nissan noodles with tomato soup and beef, the toast with condensed milk and butter toast, and the Hong Kong-style French toast.