Serenade Restaurant, located at Salisbury Road, serves a variety of classic Hong Kong-style dim sum and desserts, including shumai, prawn dumplings, steamed rice roll and scallop chive crystal dumplings. It also gives the best view of Hong Kong. Just remember to make reservations before going.
Spasso Italian Bar & Restaurant
Spasso is a restaurant with a stunning view over the beautiful Victoria Harbour. The Gourmet Italian Brunch combines the best of Italian and international flavors with a semi-brunch including breakfast treats, comfort classics, a seafood carousel, fresh salads and vegetables.
Hutong serves Beijing and Shandong cuisines. Here you can enjoy a view of Hong Kong Island whilst you eat brunch. Choose from traditional Chinese dim sums and snacks including: steamed buns or dumplings, pickled cucumbers, soy sauced gluten and shredded chicken, soy sauced fried noodles, fried fish pieces, chicken pieces and vegetarian spring rolls. The vegetarian dumplings filled with glass vermicelli, spinach and carrots are a must-try.
Din Tai Fung
If you want to try authentic Shanghai-style dim sums, Din Tai Fung serves plenty of decent snacks, including the signature Xiaolongbao (steamed pork dumplings). Other popular dishes include the steamed vegetable and pork dumplings and the braised beef brisket noodle. Whilst you wait for a table, watch how the cooks prepare the dumplings through the kitchen windows.
Crema Coffee serves a very reasonably priced set breakfast which includes freshly roasted coffee. The cafe also serves a variety of sandwiches, cakes, salads and pasta dishes. WiFi and computers are also available.
Brick Lane brings the eclectic mix of British gastronomy and the vibrant atmosphere of Brick Lane to Hong Kong. The venue is renowned for its All Day Breakfast, where you select one of three set brunch menus, or eggs Benedict or salads. They also cater for vegetarians with vegetarian pancakes, tofu steaks and more.
N1 Coffee & Co.
A cute little coffee shop situated in Tsim Sha Tsui with tables and bar-style seating and some outdoor seating. The interior is full of old Hong Kong trinkets and the menu offers coffee and breakfast dishes as well as some cakes on display.
The Lobby at The Peninsula
Kick-start a relaxing weekend with a magnificent Ruinart Champagne Brunch in the city’s oldest hotel, The Peninsula, located opposite to Victoria Harbour. The hotel’s iconic Lobby serves a three-course brunch every Saturday and Sunday and patrons can select classic brunch delights including Eggs Benedict, Scottish Smoked Salmon and Char-grilled Breakfast Wagyu Burger, along with Ruinart’s Blanc de Blancs Champagne.
Main St. Deli
The restaurant provides authentic, generous New York-style deli brunch options including eggs Benedict, American burgers and Reuben sandwiches.
Cafe at Hyatt Regency
The all-day restaurant serves international fare and offers the freshest products. Popular dishes include the live Boston lobster or grilled meat, and don’t forget to try a homemade sauces such as tomato salsa, pomelo soy sauce or spicy Thai sauce.