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The 7 Best Brunches In Central, Hong Kong
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The 7 Best Brunches In Central, Hong Kong

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Updated: 1 November 2016
As a gourmet paradise, Central Hong Kong offers multi-national brunches ranging from Thai delicacies to French dishes, coupled with breathtaking scenery of the city. Here is a comprehensive guide to the best brunches and late breakfasts this buzzing business district offers.


Savor innovative Chinese-style dishes with fashionable entertainment at Dragon-i, located on Wyndham Street. In an East-meets-West renovation, with red lantern-shape pendants hanging over the ceilings and brown-toned leather couches scattered along the dining spots. Boasting Asian fusion dishes, Dragon-i specializes in traditional all-you-can-eat dim sum, including the signature seafood san choi bow diced shrimps and mushrooms and crispy conpoy (dried scallops) with peanuts served on lettuce. At night, this dining spot is transformed into a fully-fledged club, with international DJs providing a sensual experience.

Podium, The Centrium, 60 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 31101222

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Boqueria Hong Kong

Spanish brunch in an elegant setting

Enjoy a palatable Sunday brunch at Boqueria with Spanish-inspired dishes. In the spacious eatery, the elegant atmosphere is decorated with ornaments imported directly from the Spanish market Mercat de la Boqueria. The starters enlightens your taste buds, with Serrano smoked ham and salami with salad and cheese as complements, while the popular Spanish paella is cooked with premium crocus giving off the flavour of crab and pumpkins. Desserts at Boqueria are worth leaving room for, including the delectable lemon pie and crème brûlée topped with caramel and puddings that are impressive.

Price: fine dining

Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-2.30pm, 6pm-11pm; Sat-Sun 12pm-4pm, 6pm-11pm

Watch out for: crème brûlée, Spanish paella

7/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 23218681

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Tired of British eggs Benedict or Italian pizzas? Try out the Thai brunch at Ayuthaiya, sandwiched between Central and Soho. Get yourself in the holiday mood with speciality drinks like the refreshing coconut juice. Featuring a semi-buffet brunch, guests can enjoy tantalizing Thai street food including sweet banana roti, steamed fish with chili and lime sauce to salad. Classic drinks including Thai milk tea and ginger juice offer nostalgic flavour.

35 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 31055055

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Promoting the pioneering concept of dining in the dark, Alchemy is housed over two stories, with an elegantly furnished lounge upstairs and pitch-black dining area downstairs. The head chef of Alchemy, Pascal, was once the sous chef at a renowned 3 Michelin-star restaurant in Paris. Alchemy offers a Saturday brunch set with a total of eight fusion dishes that definitely satisfy your appetite and palate. The signature pepper duck breast with honey apple is cooked distinctively with Sichuan pickly ash, whereas the Hokkaido scallops are pan fried with artichoke sauce.

LG/F, 16 Arbuthnot Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 68212801

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La Perouse

A classic British brunch is available at La Perouse, with traditional eggs Benedict and banana pancakes every weekend, together with French and Australian signature dishes. Savor an indulgent dining experience with the palatable chorizo and tomato omelette, served with toast, and the ‘Aussie Sunrise’ complemented by pancakes, grilled banana and crispy bacon. While spending your lazy weekend here, free flow Piper Heidsieck champagne is served on demand, for an additional fee.

5/F, Carfield Commercial Building, 77 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 28269269

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On Dining Kitchen & Lounge

Managed by the French Michelin-star chef Philippe Oricco, On Dining Kitchen & Lounge has large floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Central pier and high-rise buildings in the central business district of Hong Kong. It is as if you were enjoying sumptuous dishes in the air. The weekend brunch at On Dining goes down well with locals, with a set of starter, main dish, dessert and beverage included. With an extensive selection of main dishes, the signature includes the egg Florentine and braised veal cheek.

18 On Lan Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 21748100

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The Brunch Club

Situated in the boisterous area of Soho, The Brunch Club is renowned for its British all day breakfast. From delectable egg Benedicts to classic pancakes, guests can relax in a lovely atmosphere as if you were spending a lazy day in your living room. The white-tone wall is covered with a wide selection of magazines, guests can spend a laid-back afternoon indoors, while the small open-air balcony along the pavement offers a naturally lit environment for you to embrace the sun.

70 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 25268861