Brunch

The third Hong Kong restaurant of famed British Chef, Jason Atherton, Aberdeen Street Social at PMQ offers modern British Cuisine in a large two storey setting. There’s a casual open plan restaurant and bar on the ground floor which spills out onto the patio, while the the upper floor features a contemporary restaurant offering refined …
Al Molo has stunning views from TST over the Hong Kong skyline and offers Italian cuisine from celebrity chef, Michael White.  The weekend set brunch is fabulous, with a huge selection of cold cuts, salads, cheese and soups to start with delicious main course and dessert.
Famous for its dining in the dark concept, where diners have their senses challenged in a totally dark environment, Alchemy also offers refined French cuisine in their light and well designed lounge restaurant. Set lunch and weekend brunch available. The setting is perfect for a casual, long catch up with friends, with attentive service and …
Ali Oli offers a wide range of food and drinks with an outdoor sitting where you can relax and the kids can run about in the playground opposite. They serve fresh baked breads, pastries, cakes, cookies, home-made jams and preserves and more.
Tucked away just off Gough Street, Basement is a great place to have a relaxed dinner with friends away from the frenetic pace of surrounding SoHo.
NICE TO MEAT YOU…because it’s all about being a carnivore at this restaurant. You are greeted with this message at the entrance which has a bar, some outdoor seating and a thoughtfully placed waiting area, in case your table is not quite ready. Once the host escorts you up, the wonderful smells of the open …
Built around an open kitchen, with booths and a sizeable bar area, Bread Street Kitchen is an ideal venue for a family lunch or relaxed evening out with friends. The menu features unpretentious, well executed British classics including shepherd’s pie, Eaton mess and sticky toffee pudding. The weekend brunch is not an endless buffet, but you can …
If you want harbour views, alfresco seating and little taste of England, then head to the Admiralty branch of Brick Lane. Expect all day breakfasts, roast beef and good coffee all in relaxed and bright setting. The TST branch has floor to ceiling windows perfect for people watching and the menu is again packed with …
Both the Central and Causeway Bay restaurants have a relaxed vibe with free wi-fi, newspapers and magazines to help while away a lazy Sunday morning.  They serve tasty home-made breads, and have a delicious selection of brunch and supper dishes, with wine at a good price.
With its bright, eclectic décor, and East-meets-West fusion cuisine, Café Inside is a fun place to relax with friends. Their menu isn’t huge, but they do an excellent all-day breakfast for just $68! Hours: Monday – Sunday: 11:00 – 23:00