At the weekends, Lan Kwai Fong is notorious for its nightlife. It’s the place to go for bars, clubs, music and partying all night long. During the day, it’s a leisurely place with an array of restaurants and fine food. So, after your satisfying weekend lie-in, why not head down to Lan Kwai Fong to try out some of the tasty brunch places it has to offer.
Jinjuu offers a semi-buffet brunch that includes kimbap (rolls), a bibimbap (mixed rice) station, smoked salmon, and their signature fried-chicken by the bucket-load. You can also opt for an additional main course and finish with their beautiful dessert-box. Their tender and succulent kalbi jjim short ribs are a must-try.
Located on the highest floor of California Tower in Lan Kwai Fong, Cé La Vi provides a romantic setting with a spectacular view overlooking Central. Their free-flow brunch includes fresh oysters, makimono (sushi rolls), BBQ New Zealand lamb and eggs Benedict. Since they only prepare the food when you order it, the food is always fresh and hot off the stove. Make sure you save room for the delightful dessert trio created by renowned pastry chef, Jason Licker.
Mercedes Me, in collaboration with Maximal Concepts, offers a menu that is mostly inspired by food from Japan, Peru, Spain and Latin America. You can taste this culinary variety from their buffet stations and mains-to-share during their brunch on Sundays. Their sobrassada and mozzarella bikini, pork belly and baked angel hair pasta are highly recommended.
If you’re a seafood lover, Holy Crab is the place to go. Their semi-buffet brunch includes endless amounts of fresh snow crabs, lobsters and oysters. They also offer a wide range of tasty hot dishes including baked scallops, pan fried foie gras and eggs Benedict with crab meat. If this isn’t enough to whet your appetite, you can choose from a selection of main courses and finish with the cheese platter and mixed-berry waffles.
A restaurant created by top chef Philippe Orrico, ON Dining earned their well-deserved Michelin star at the end of 2015. Their brunch menu is similar to their weekday lunch menu with the addition of oysters, sharing aperitif bites and a pastry and cheese selection. Highlights of the four-course meal include the delicious marinated hamachi and the ‘melt-in-your-mouth’ ibérico pork and prime beef ribs.
The restaurant is famous for its farm-to-table ingredients, homemade cuisine and fresh seafood. Their Sunday brunch menu aims to provide a diverse menu to cover both breakfast and lunch, and it certainly doesn’t disappoint. Their cold starter buffet includes fresh oysters, Australian blue mussels and Norwegian salmon. They also have a bruschetta station, buttermilk pancake station, roast of the day and a wide variety of seafood mains.
Meat, meat and more meat. If you’re a meat lover, there’s no place better to eat your brunch than Braza. Here you can enjoy an unlimited three-hour buffet of delicious Brazilian Churrasco (grilled meat). Never having to leave the comfort of your seat, waiters walk around with grilled meat skewers and serve you at your table. The variety of meat includes Brazilian signature cuts of beef, slow-roasted pork and tender cuts of chicken.