The Brunch Club
Situated in the center of Soho, The Brunch Club features a tantalizing brunch menu. It serves artisan bread nourished by natural yeast, and desserts are also on offer. Inside, guests will find the interior delicately lit by natural light, and the white sofas construct a tranquil environment for guests to retreat in this cozy ambience. Those looking for something continental will find the eggs Benedict with smoked salmon and the continental breakfast. The drinks menu is worth mentioning, as The Brunch Club offers only tea bags with a fair-trade certificate.
G/F, 70 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 25268661
A modern vegetarian eatery, Life Café is housed in a three-storey building with tables and chairs immaculately piled up on the upper floor, coupled with an interior inspired from reclaimed teak wood; whilst a hand-written café menu with rustic-style shelves display organic artisan bread on the lower floor. For diners who think that vegetarian food means a bland diet of veggie soup and insipid mashed potatoes, you will be pleasantly surprised by the signature filo pastry with broccoli, potatoes, caramelized onions, and feta cheese complemented with baby greens and lemon basil pesto.
G/F – 2/F, 10 Shelley Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 28109777
This cafe has earned a local following among antipodean brunch lovers. The vintage design of La Crêperie includes a white exterior, glamorous interior and ornamented pink pendants. There’s also an open kitchen for diners to witness the delicate cookery and dexterous skills of the chef – a perfect way to embrace French dishes. La Crêperie serves up both sweet crepes and Brittany-inspired galettes. Made-to-order crepes are a must-try here. The signature La Complete is topped with savory emmental cheese and a mouthwatering sunny-side-up egg. The stewed apple crêpe features a sweet flavor that is simply irresistible. Finally, a cup of tantalizing French cider makes a perfect end to your brunch experience at La Crêperie
G/F, 69 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 26794666
The Globe has a wide variety of board games for visitors to spend a fun-filled afternoon on the comfy couches indulging in Jenga and Monopoly. The Globe is a cafe located on Graham Street that serves British brunches and breakfasts. The rustic and industrial atmosphere, with vintage clock ornaments hanging from the walls and small droplights lighting the building, provide a spacious environment for guests to chill out with friends. Along with all kinds of British staples, The Globe features homemade Greek yogurt and artisan desserts that are particularly palatable.
Garley Building, 45-53A Graham Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 25431941
208 Duecento Otto
For visitors looking for a refined brunch experience, 208 Duecento Otto is hard to beat. Relax in a friendly vibe and an elegant environment furnished with blue-and-white porcelain walls that was named China’s Best Restaurant for Design in 2010. Enjoy New York-Italian dining at 208 Duecento Otto. From choices of salad, eggs and pasta, to freshly grilled pizza made with Italian mozzarella cheese, 208 Duecento Otto offers brunch on weekends for guests to savor its palatable dishes. The signature bianche pizza and toasted brioche offers guests an innovative take on breakfasts.
208 Hollywood Road, Soho, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 25490208
Oolaa is a rendezvous for brunch lovers to hang out. It is so popular that it might be almost impossible to find a seat during weekends. With floor-to-ceiling windows unveiling the modern table settings and elegant atmosphere, the comfy leather chairs at Oolaa make it a perfect spot to spend your day. Meanwhile the open-air terrace allows guests to chill out and savor the cityscape of central Hong Kong. The ground illy coffee, together with the freshly baked pastries, are the ideal combination for a cheerful brunch.
The Flying Pan
Voted the ‘Best Restaurant for Brunch’, The Flying Pan specializes in British-inspired breakfasts and brunches, featuring huevos rancheros, griddles, and omelets. The retro feel of The Flying Pan is highlighted by the checked hatchway and vintage ornaments in blue tone. You will not be leaving The Flying Pan with an empty stomach. Menu items include its signature eggs Benedict with bacon, the omelet, and breakfast combo reminiscent of 1950s British dishes. Guests can also savor the traditional taste of English sausages and black pudding.
G/F, 9 Old Bailey Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 21406333