When exploring the vast regions of New Territories, Hong Kong Island, you’ll be spoiled for choice when searching for places to enjoy brunch. Here are top 10 brunch and late breakfast spots.
Lov Lov Coffee
Sometimes all one needs to start their day is a steaming cup of artfully crafted hot coffee. Lov Lov Coffee have mastered the fine art of creating a deliciously satisfying caffeine blend. They offer numerous varieties from Americanos and lattes to good old fashioned cappuccinos, available on the go for those looking to venture out and explore the thriving city that is Hong Kong. For budding caffeine connoisseurs, this quirky establishment hosts DIY workshops to enable you to create your own signature blend of coffee, aided by the trained staff. Create cute and amusing designs to top off your masterpiece, be it a four-leaf clover or a graceful swan.
Room B, 4/F, On Wah Industrial Building, No.41-43 Au Pui Wan Street, Fo Tan, Hong Kong, China, 852-94683617
Bar, Butcher, Cocktail Bar, Restaurant, Steakhouse, none
Sporting an underground theme, the brick walls and silver machinery of Blue Butcher set the scene for an intimate dining experience filled with decadent brioche rolls and divine slow poached eggs. For a perfect weekend brunch, take full advantage of the enticing Belgian waffle station that comes complete with an assortment of toppings including fluffy peaks of whipped cream, mixed berries, maple syrup and butter. The warm and homey atmosphere will set the scene for a calm and serene start to your day. Round off your meal with an enriching cup of spiced tea and let the nurturing spirit of Blue Butcher envelop you.
108 Hollywood Road, Hong Kong, China, +852 2613 9286
The Flying Pan
Open 24 hours a day, the Flying Pan aims to cook up much-loved American favorites that will evoke feelings of nostalgia. With large black leather couches surrounding round tables, the monochromatic, checkered floor and the vibrant decorations, this place is buzzing with a contagious and energetic vibe. Whether you’re devouring a wholesome frittata or scoffing down a Mexican dish of huevos rancheros, the Flying Pan will never fail to please.
81 Lockhart Road | 2nd Floor above Typhoon Bar, Hong Kong, China, 852-25289997
Buzzing with an energetic vibe, the Brunch Club presents a cafe with character. This place is within the heart of Hong Kong and strives to provide a quick fix solution to any dining dilemma. The quirky little restaurant excels in entertaining as well as satiating with its vast selection of reading material. It enables bookworms and intellectual minds to stretch their imaginations along with appeasing their hefty appetites. Sporting massive blackboards, artfully stating the daily specials and offers, one can identify the trendy vibe. This is all augmented by the ebony furnishings and incandescent lanterns dotting the ceiling.
G/F 70 Peel Street | Central, Hong Kong, China, +852 2526 8861
Spearheaded by owners, Jonathan and Brice Moldovan, Cocotte initially started out as a casual concept and has since grown into a vibrant popular establishment that resides in the quaint neighborhood of NoHo. The Parisian-themed restaurant is the perfect backdrop to an intimate brunch for two, with a varied spread of delights. Using seasonal ingredients as their focal point, Cocotte adopts a ”less is more” ethos. It adopts a more neutral blend of flavors juxtaposed with the eclectic wallpapers and art-deco curves, typical components of an avant garde decor.
9 Shin Hing St, Central Hong Kong, +852 2568 8857
Lily & Bloom
Embracing unconventionality, Lily & Bloom utilizes physical landscapes and 20th-century downtown street life. From the elegant streets of Paris to industrial London, the years from 1890 to 1930 marked the initial development of not just the modern city, but current gastronomic trends. Appreciate the delicate interiors, which employ antique ornaments, partitions and red bricks that are reminiscent of the Victorian era. The old-world essence combined with the rich and tempting food make for a tribute to intricate architecture of decades past.
33 Wyndham Street | 6th Floor, LKF Tower, Hong Kong,China, +852 2810 6166
Café Gray Deluxe
Cafe, Restaurant, European
Café Gray Deluxe
Established in 2009, the Café Gray Deluxe is pioneered by renowned chef Gray Kunz who draws inspiration from modern European gastronomy. Incorporating organic ingredients to form their signature cuisine, the restaurant entices guests with an original spread with American and Asian influences. Employing a series of pastel colors, the restaurant achieves a sophisticated aura in which to savor a gourmet meal.
Level 49, The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong, +852 3968 1106
Located at the Four Seasons Hotel in Hong Kong, The Lounge is adjacent to the grand glass-walled atrium of the lobby, where natural light and a wholesome spirit emanates from the spacious restaurant. Emulating the lobby’s subtle and sleek design, the Lounge offers an relaxing space for an intimate brunch or gathering. One can tuck into a marvelous assortment of delicacies including afternoon tea while admiring the incredible centerpiece and focal point: Allium, a sculpture by the renowned English artist Ruth Moilliet.
Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, 8 Finance Street, Central 中環金融街8號香港四季酒店大堂, +852 3196 8820
Green Waffle Diner
Diner, Restaurant, Gluten-free, none
Green Waffle Diner
A exquisite combination of American and Asian cuisine, the Green Waffle Diner serves up much-loved classics, enhanced with a tasty twist. Slurp down a thick and creamy milkshake blended with some astringent green tea. This strong herb is known to have healing properties and so is widely consumed by the health-conscious. The acquired taste of the tea is softened by the beverages on offer and creates a heavenly concoction. Devour a generous plate of waffles sprinkled with assorted nuts, or a traditional eggs Benedict that will make brunch the most anticipated time of day.
G/F, Kar Ho Building, 35-39 Graham Street, Central 中環嘉咸街35-39號嘉豪大廈地舖, +852 2887 9991
Bar, Cafe, Restaurant, Vegetarian, none
Nowadays, we witness a larger portion of people adopting the vegetarian lifestyle with many going the extra mile and becoming vegans. The Life Café is an organic vegetarian establishment that endeavors to conjure up meals that are as satisfying as they are healthy. Using tofu substitutes in place of meat items, you can still relish the meals that you’ve previously savored, while the evident health risks that red meat carry are eradicated. A haven for those assuming a healthier lifestyle, the Life Café’s jade walls coincide with it’s green theme and host unique dining experiences on each of its three floors.
10 Shelley St, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2810 9777