Man Wah Restaurant
Man Wah Restaurant
Man Wah Restaurant is an authentic cha chan teng that serves diners a wide range of Cantonese breakfasts and brunches. Try the thick Hong Kong-style French toast, the steamed rice with minced pork and octopus, or the vermicelli soup. Their food is flavoursome and tasty, while their Hong Kong-style milk tea, coffee, and lemon tea are perfect complements to the fantastic dishes. Popular with locals, Man Wah Restaurant will give you a taste being part of the true Mong Kok community.
Macau Tsui Yuen Restaurant
Located on the second floor of the Cooked Food Market, Macau Tsui Yuen Restaurant is a hidden gem for bread lovers as there’s a range of Macau-style bread to choose from. The pork chop bun, the curry in a bread bowl and the beef brisket macaroni in tomato soup are their famous dishes. You can also choose beef brisket, pork, pork neck, crab, or chicken to make the delicious curry into a bread bowl.
Opened in 2004, Ming Court is a popular restaurant which was named as one of the best restaurants in Hong Kong by the Hong Kong Tourism Board in 2005, only one year after it opened, and given two Michelin stars from 2010 to 2013. Try their authentic Cantonese dishes and dim sums as brunch, as the food is light and flavorsome. The interior of Ming Court is cosy and sophisticated, and is suitable for family gathering or meeting up with friends.
Knockbox Coffee Company
Knockbox Coffee Company is a tiny but warm café where you can enjoy brilliant breakfast sets and coffee. The all-day breakfast set, the salmon bagel with cream cheese, and the eggs benedict are all delicious. They make excellent coffee with beautiful latte art as well. If you sit at their bar table, you can feel free to chat with their professional and hospitable baristas who are always willing to recommend nice coffee for their customers.
Mui Kee Congee
If you want to have something light in the morning, try the food at Mui Kee Congee. They serve a wide variety of Cantonese-style congee, and the most popular ones include the congee with grass fish and pig’s liver, the congee with pig’s viscera and sliced fish, and the congee with meat balls. A traditional way to have the congee is to eat it with some snacks, such as the streamed rice roll, the fresh fish skin, and the fresh sliced fish.
Tong Kee Noodles
Chinese people love having noodle, congee, and dim sum as breakfast or brunch, so if you travel to Hong Kong they are definitely worth a try. Tong Kee Noodles specializes in serving various kinds of noodles, complemented with different side dishes, including the rice noodles with fish balls, the hefen with meat balls, and the mixian with pork knuckles. They are popular as the noodles are smooth and chewy, while the meatballs and other side dishes are just as flavoursome and tasty.
This is a famous chan chan teng known for various Hong Kong-style brunch sets. The regular set is brilliant, consisting of scrambled or fried eggs, two pieces of butter toast, ham macaroni, as well as a cup of coffee or tea. This delicious set is a bargain, as it costs only HKD38. The Principal’s Toast is a dish that should not be missed, a the crispy toast covered with smooth scrambled eggs, cheeses and black truffle.
Ocio is a petite coffee house providing diners with a range of breakfast choices, such as all-day breakfast, pasta, soup, and waffles. Their all-day breakfast sets, which are served on big wooden platters, are lovely. Ocio caters for vegetarian diners, and include vegetarian all-day breakfast sets on their menu, which are equally as tasty. Don’t forget to order one of Ocio’s colorful coffee, tea, and juices.
Located on the 21st floor, Comma is an upstairs café serving diners with a wide range of delicious food and drinks. Menu items include the smoked salmon toast, the honey toast, as well as the premium chocolate and the peppermint mocha, which are all savoury and great for brunch. If you’ve still got room you can also try their appetizing and lovely cakes, like the fresh blueberry cheesecake.