Weekend dining in Hong Kong typically means one thing – brunch! If you’re looking for the best free-flow brunch in Hong Kong, our comprehensive guide to the not-quite breakfast, not-quite lunch, much-loved meal has you covered. Here’s a selection of our favourite places offering limitless drinks alongside fantastic food. Ready for a Sunday boozy brunch?

Disclaimer: Menu items and prices were correct at the time of publishing. Brunches are sorted by prices and include the bottomless drinking option. On average, a free-flow costs between HK$200 to HK$350 per person, depending on the alcohol, and can be lifted in case you do not need it. If we are missing out a cool one or, if information needs to be updated, feel free to contact us at feedback@thehkhub.com.

Over HK$1000

Buenos Aires Polo Club — Central

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The Polo brunch at Buenos Aires Polo Club (© Buenos Aires Polo Club)

Buenos Aires Polo Club in Central introduces the Polo Brunch, where an epic Argentinian feast accompanied by the classic Martini. Delight in a lavish seafood, rich omelettes, and decadent French toast. The star of the show? The majestic General Pico Black Angus Ribeye. Top it off with endless pours of fine wines and signature cocktails like the signature Breakfast Martini.

When: Every first Saturday of the month from 12:00pm
Where: 7/F, 33 Wyndham Street, Central
Cost: HK$988 per person including free-flow wines and signature martinis.
Book: +852 2321 8681 or online

Clipper Lounge — Central

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Dessert lovers will be in awe of the range of sweets and ice cream station at the Clipper Lounge (© Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong)

The famous Mandarin Oriental Hotel has its fair share of dining options, and Clipper Lounge is perhaps best known for its afternoon tea. But their Champagne brunch with unlimited Moët & Chandon Imperial Brut is a great option for families because their huge range of Asian (sushi and sashimi selections, Thai curry noodle station, Hainan chicken station) and western cuisine (pasta station, seafood selection, prime rib) will please even the fussiest little eaters. Sweet tooths will tear up when they see the ice cream station where you can create your own heaping ice cream sundae.

When: Sunday 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Where: M/F, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Rd Central, Central
Cost: HK$728 per adult, HK$468 for children (aged 3-11). Add HK$588 for house champagne, house wines, Aperol Spritz, soft drinks, and juices, or HK$158 for free-flow soft drinks and juices 
Book: +852 2825 4007 or online

Felix — Tsim Sha Tsui

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Take your pick from a wide seafood range on ice at Felix’s breakfast/lunch delight (© The Peninsula)

The lavish setting of Felix in the iconic Peninsula Hotel offers a sumptuous self-service brunch with a captivating view. Up on the 28th floor, feast your eyes on Victoria Harbour and on the array of fresh seafood to share such as Brittany oysters and Boston lobster, egg specialities, wonderful selection of main course and dessert. If you’re feeling treating yourself, add HK$688 to enjoy 30g of Kristal Caviar, complimented with crème fraîche & blinis.

Afternoon tea at The Peninsula is a must too.

When: Sunday 11:00am – 2:30pm
Where: 28/F, The Peninsula, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Cost: HK$888 per person including free-flow soft drinks, juice and mocktail of the day. Free-flow alcoholic packages start from HK$298 per person
Book: +852 2696 6772 or online

See also
High Tea Heaven: 32 Afternoon Tea Sets You Won't Want To Miss In Hong Kong

La Rambla — Central

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Enjoy tipples with tapas, charcuterie, and paella at La Rambla (© La Rambla)

La Rambla’s Sunday Brunch is inspired by Spain’s vibrant food markets that overflow with a colourful array of meat, crustaceans and produce. Begin with choices of two tapas, options include uni ensaladilla, bomba de la Barceloneta and steak tartare with Avruga caviar, served directly to the table. Later, select a sharing main course which include La Rambla’s famous paellas. And if you’re looking to go above and beyond, add on the carabinero, claimed as the best XXL prawns in the world. It wouldn’t be a Spanish meal without sangria, included in all the different unlimited drinking packages. 

When: Sunday 11:30am – 2:30pm
Where: Shop 3071-73, Level 3, IFC mall, Central
Cost: HK$650 per adult, HK$325 for children (aged 8-12). Free-flow alcoholic packages start from HK$450 per person, with sangria, house red and white and beer included.
Book: +852 2661 1161 or online

Nicholini’s — Admiralty

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Nicholini’s takes brunch to a whole new level with their European Brunch on the Eighth (© Conrad Hong Kong)

Located on the 8th floor of The Conrad, the restaurant offers striking views and Italian menus. Renowned for its northern Italian cuisine, Nicholini’s takes brunch to a whole new level with their “European Brunch on the Eighth”. Prepare to be swept away on a journey through Italy, France, Germany, Spain and Greece, From the enticing antipasti spread to the fresh seafood selection and homemade pastas, every dish is crafted to perfection. Finish off your brunch with a delightful dessert platter that will leave you craving for more. Book on their e-shop to get 10% off.

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 11:30am – 2:30pm
Where: 8/F, Conrad Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty
Cost: HK$1,188 per adult with free-flow Perrier-Jouët champagne, red and white wine, port wine, dessert wine, cocktails and draught beer. HK$588 per child (aged 4-11)
Book: +852 2822 8801 or online

Popinjays — Central

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Popinjay’s Fiesta weekend brunch features a stunning seafood tower (© The Murray)

This rooftop gem presents the Fiesta Weekend Brunch, curated by Chef de Cuisine Paolo Tolleretti. The feast features a seafood tower and a tantalizing array of European small plates, main courses like lobster bisque, beef Rossini and Popinjays’ signature parmigiana, as well as a choice of curated desserts. Elevate your brunch with an unlimited caviar experience available with any free-flow champers packages. 

When: Saturday & Sunday 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Where: Rooftop, The Murray, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central
Cost: Free-flow alcoholic packages start from HK$1,088 per person. Brunch with limitless soft drinks at HK$888 per person
Book: +852 3141 8888 or online

The Steak House — Tsim Sha Tsui

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The Steak House introduces its highly anticipated brunch featuring prime cuts sourced globally (© Regent Hong Kong)

The highly anticipated brunch at The Steak House at Regent Hong Kong is finally launched in July. Indulge in a unique selection of prime cuts, including premium USDA beef and Carima marbled beef from Italy, charcoal-grilled to perfection. Feast on options like lamb racks, chicken, and salmon fillets. The brunch table offers a delightful spread of freshly baked viennoiseries, organic seasonal greens, and a variety of cold cuts. Don’t miss the immersive caviar station, where you can sample premium Baerii Perseus caviar and condiments. 

When: Sunday 11:30am – 2:30pm
Where: G/F, The Regent Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Cost: HK$1,288 per adult, HK$888 per child (aged 4-11) including a glass of champagne, free-flow juice, soft drinks and non-alcoholic drinks. Add HK$288 per person for bottomless champagne, house red and white wine
Book: +852 2313 2313 or online

The Tai Pan at The Murray — Central

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Land and sea meet at The Tai Pan (© The Murray)

Housed in The Murray, The Tai Pan’s brunch is taken in a warm yet sleek setting, with comfortable burgundy leather chairs that invite you to sit for hours, which is quite handy as there is lots to enjoy. Freshly-shucked French oysters are served at the table “au natural” with various sauces and accompaniments. Give yourself a stretch and head over to the spread of charcuterie, premium cheeses, and pastries, then try some crispy Peking duck at the carvery station. Settle back in for one of six dishes of the day, from croque madame to baked Barramundi fillet. You can also bring your furry friend along because they have doggie treats for just HK$88!

When: Sunday 12:00pm – 2:30pm
Where: UG/F, The Murray, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central
Cost: HK$798 per adult, HK$498 per child (aged 5-11). Add HK$248 for limitless sparkling wine, red and white wine, beers and non-alcoholic drinks, or HK$398 to replace sparkling wine with champagne and cocktails
Book: +852 3141 8888 or online

Zuma — Central

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Zuma’s menu collaboration with Ruinart (© Zuma)

Perhaps one of the most talked-about brunches in Hong Kong, and for a reason – the eats are fantastic. Browse the cold table of beautifully presented raw delicacies (including a good variety of maki, nigiri and sashimi) that runs the length of the restaurant, ensuring the line is never long. Choose one main course as well, such as the teriyaki salmon fillet with sliced pickled cucumber, or you may opt for a premium option of wagyu saga sirloin for an additional HK$590. This particular bill of fare at Zuma is partnered with Ruinart, the world’s oldest and most premium bubblies, to bring an extra level of luxury to their boozy brunch offering.

When: Saturday & Sunday 11:00am – 2:45pm
Where: Levels 5 & 6, Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road, Central
Cost: Free-flow champagne brunch packages starts from HK$1,088 per person. HK$350 per child (aged 5-11)
Book: +852 3657 6388 or online

HK$750 to HK$1000

Aqua — Tsim Sha Tsui

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Aqua’s Italian-Japanese bites can be enjoyed with 2.5 or 4.5 hours of limitless drinking (© Aqua)

Indulge yourself in Aqua’s trademark Japanese and Italian cuisine, while taking in the unbeatable Victoria Harbour views. Their “Gold Room Brunch” invites you to sample a mouthwatering mix of dishes of the day and starters, along with limitless sushi, sashimi, and thin crust pizza, and bottomless desserts including salted caramel muffins in the golden dessert room. 

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 11:00am – 4:30pm
Where: 17/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Cost: Free-flow boozy brunch packages starts from HK$888 per person. HK$398 per child (aged 6-12)
Book: +852 3427 2288 or online

Duddell’s — Central

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Enjoy hours of dim sum and Peking duck on the weekend at Duddells (© Duddells)

This is a great one to take out-of-towners to for a varied and delectable Chinese feast featuring dim sum and mains in a beautiful setting. The one Michelin-star restaurant has a sleek salon and green garden terrace, with interior walls draped in eye-catching artwork. Of course, the food is the main draw at their Weekend Salon Brunch: dim sum including pork and shrimp dumplings, steamed barbecued pork buns, plus dishes of the day from Peking duck to beef tenderloin, with plenty of vegetarian options. Pair the above with rice and noodle dishes, a choice of dessert and a range of free-flowing fresh juices and cocktails.

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Where: Level 3, Shanghai Tang Mansion, 1 Duddell Street, Central
Cost: HK$638 per adult, HK$300 per child (aged 3 to 10) with free-flow fresh juices and soft drinks. Brunch packages with free-flow alcoholic beverages starts from HK$988 per person
Book: +852 2525 9191 or online

See also
Yum Cha : Where To Eat The Best Dim Sum In Hong Kong?

Fumi — Central

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Fumi introduces A4 Miyazaki beef & snow crab leg all-you-can-eat brunch (© Fumi)

Fumi’s exclusive Hairy Crab Coral & Snow Crab Leg all-you-can-eat brunch is a seafood lover’s dream, offering unlimited servings of snow crab legs and a tantalizing selection of Japanese delicacies ranging from appetizers, sashimi, and sushi rolls to tempura, grilled items, and the snow crab legs. Their succulent A4 Miyazaki Beef is also freshly grilled to perfection. With over 20 dishes to choose from, including appetizers, salads, sashimi, sushi rolls, and tempura, there’s something to satisfy every palate. Complete your brunch experience with a choice of main course and dessert. 

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Where: 6/F California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar St, Lan Kwai Fong, Central
Cost: HK$588 per adult, HK$288 per child (aged 3 to 11) food-only. Add HK$238 for limitless prosecco, sake & beer, or HK$428 to replace prosecco with champagne and wines
Book: +852 2328 3302 or online

Holt’s Cafe — Tsim Sha Tsui

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Holt’s Cafe presents Sunday Seafood and Oyster Brunch (© Rosewood Hong Kong)

Head to Holt’s Cafe in Tsim Sha Tsui for their exquisite Sunday Seafood and Oyster Brunch. Begin your feast with a generous seafood platter, featuring the finest Boston lobsters, briny oysters, succulent abalone, and plump king prawns, accompanied by zesty lemon mignonette. Furthermore, delight in small plates like Salmon Gravlux and Jumbo Lump Prawn Cake, then pick a main course from the selections, including Sautéed Graoupa, Thai Crab Curry, and Salted Egg King Prawns. Lastly, satisfy your sweet tooth with desserts like Mango Pomelo Sago Soup and Vanilla Mille Feuille.

When: Sundays. First round starts at 12:00pm and second round starts at 2:30pm
Where: 2/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Cost: HK$780 per person including a glass of prosecco or mocktail. Add HK$268 for limitless prosecco, wines and cocktails, or HK$118 for free-flow mocktails and juices
Book: +852 3891 8732 or online

Hutong — Tsim Sha Tsui

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Feng Wei bill of fare packed full of Shanghainese delights at Hutong (© Hutong)

Enjoy stunning harbour views while devouring Hutong’s “Feng Wei Brunch“: breakfast-lunch lovers can indulge in plate after plate of appetisers, unlimited dim sum and Sichuan chili peppered chicken, and Northern Chinese centrepieces that all reflect Chinese customs and are perfect for sharing. Finish your meal with a range of sweet specialties like tofu panna cotta and white sesame praline. Check on their website for entertainment schedule, as you may be lucky to catch performances like Chinese dance, Face Changing (bian lian).

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 11:30am – 4:00pm
Where: 18/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Cost: HK$688 per adult food-only. Free-flow alcoholic beverage packages starts at HK$200 per person. All free-flow packages include beer, sake, wines and signature cocktail Canton Ginger
Book: +852 3428 8342 or online

Hue — Tsim Sha Tsui

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Not-quite-breakfast, not-quite lunch bill of fare from Hue in the HKMOA (© Hue)

Beautiful venue, awesome views, and elegant cuisine with Australian flavours is at Hue, located in a unique locale – the Hong Kong Museum of Art. You’re guaranteed Victoria Harbour panoramas and limitless Gosset Cuvee Extra Brut Champagne, so what’s there not to love? Start with a complementary immune-boosting juice shot upon arrival, and then embrace the exquisite cuisine by Chef Anthony Hammel: lovely starters including Manchego croquettes, burrata, or fresh market fish for mains, plus assorted tarts and cakes for dessert. No self-service queues here, it’s all served at the table, so you can sit back, enjoy the live jazz (only on Sundays), and sip that unlimited champers.

When: Saturdays & Sundays 11:00am – 3:00pm
Where:, 1/F, HK Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Cost: HK$550 per adult food-only. Add HK$360 per person for free-flow Gosset Cuvee Extra Brut champagne, wines and Bloody Marys
Book: +852 3500 5888 or online

Kitchen — West Kowloon

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Kitchen’s boozy lunch dishes with signature cocktails by sprawling water views (© W Hong Kong)

The Bubbly Sunday Brunch at KITCHEN, W Hong Kong, is a popular choice among many locals. This brunch is served in an international buffet style, offering a range of culinary delights from handmade dim sum to fresh seafood and decadent desserts. Guests can elevate their dining experience with free-flow Veuve Cliquot Yellow Label Champagne and enjoy cocktail & live stations. It promises a Sunday afternoon well spent!

When: Sundays 12:00pm – 3:00pm 
Where: 6/F, W Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon
Cost: HK$899.1 per person (with discount) including free-flow selected champagne, selected cocktails, house wine, beer, soft drinks and juice
Book: +852 3717 2299 or online

LPM — Central

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Transport to France with LPM’s La Vie en Rose weekend brunch (© LPM)

LPM’s La Vie en Rosé weekend brunch is an extraordinary culinary journey through French-Mediterranean cuisine. Start with a lavish spread of 14 appetizer dishes, including the delectable Tuna Carpaccio, mouthwatering Warm Heirloom Tomato Tart, and irresistible Frog Leg Aioli. Move on to mouthwatering main courses like the Homemade Pappardelle with Beef Ragout and Mushroom, and the Squid Ink Risotto with Zucchini Flower. Don’t forget to save room for the Pain Perdu Facon, a French toast delight.

When: Sundays 12:00pm – 5:00pm 
Where: Shop 1, Level UG, H Queen’s, 23-29 Stanley Street, Central
Cost: HK$998 per person with free-flow champagne, roses and mocktails or HK$688 per person with free-flow mocktails and juice
Book: +852 3717 2299 or online

Madame Fù — Central

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Sharing dim sum spread with limitless bamboo baskets and Peking duck at Madame Fù (© Madame Fù)

Ambiance definitely plays a role in the perfect brunch experience, and this place has it in spades. Nestled within the historic Tai Kwun, Madame Fu presents their Love To Brunch, a delightful fusion of flavours with endless servings of Peking duck, traditional dim sum favourites such as scallop and chives dumplings and char siu bao (BBQ pork bun), and a number of delectable dishes. Their mains features Sichuan Wok-fried Chicken and more. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free guests are well taken care of with dedicated menus.

When: Friday – Sunday & Public Holidays 11:00pm – 4:30pm 
Where: 3/F, Barrack Block, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central
Cost: Free-flow brunch packages starts at HK$858 per person including prosecco, wines, Soju, beers and soft drinks
Book: +852 2114 2118 or online

Porterhouse — Lan Kwai Fong

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Have your fill of incredible, jet-fresh seafood along with quality steaks at Porterhouse (© Porterhouse)

If you wake up on Saturday with a craving for meat and seafood, go to Porterhouse for the limitless self-service brunch. Their Seafood Platter Weekend Brunch has not only a seafood bar, where guests can get their fill of unlimited oysters, lobster, crab and much more, but carnivores will flock to the generous offerings at the carving station, featuring quality cuts of juicy steak they’re known for. Endless salads, grilled vegetables and smoked salmon make up some of the yummy sides, and dessert is overflowing with options of sweet stuff you love such as moist carrot cake with cream cheese frosting.

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 11:30am – 1:30pm, 1:45pm – 3:45pm
Where: 7/F, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central
Cost: HK$598 per adult, HK$279 per children (aged 3-11) food-only. Add HK$108 for free-flow fruit punch, Shirley Temple, soft drinks and juices, or HK$208 for free-flow Prosecco, wines and Peroni
Book: +852 2522 6366 or online

SOMM — Central

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SOMMkind of Brunch at SOMM (© Landmark Mandarin Oriental)

At SOMM, the French bistro and bar at Landmark Mandarin Oriental, their exquisite SOMMkind of Brunch begins with tantalizing starters like the signature Uni ‘French Toast’ with 20g Uni and Boston Lobster. For main courses, choose between Wagyu Beef Rump Cap, Bresse Pigeon & Foie Gras Pithivier and more. The feast continues with heavenly desserts like Abinao Chocolate Soufflé with Cacao Sorbet

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 11:00am – 2:30pm
Where: 7/F, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central
Cost: Free-flow brunch package starts at HK$778 per person, including sommeliers selection of sparkling wine, seasonal cocktails, fresh juices, coffee or tea
Book: +852 2132 0033 or online

WHISK — Tsim Sha Tsui

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Sparkles, hot and cold omakase, and European cheese at The Whisk (© The Mira Hong Kong)

For a super stylish affair, head to WHISK at The Mira for an al fresco meal and enjoy the jam-packed cold table with unlimited fresh oysters and bubbles. The Taste of Craft Oyster Brunch offers eight irresistible plates curated by Chef William Lau, all made with premium ingredients. From light creative plates such as Wagyu pancakes and signature Yaki-lobster, it is a true experience. Oh, and there’s an add-on option to include unlimited freshly shucked oysters!

When: Sunday & Public Holidays 12:00pm – 3:00pm 
Where: 5/F, The Mira Hong Kong, Mira Place, 118 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Cost: HK$568 per adult. Add HK$218 for all-you-can-eat oysters and bottomless wines and soft drinks, or HK$288 to enjoy free-flow G.H. MUMM champagne, wines and soft drinks
Book: +852 2315 5999 or online

ZOKU — Wan Chai

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The weekend brunch at The Hari Hong Kong’s ZOKU (© The Hari)

Housed within The Hari Hong Kong, ZOKU ‘s weekend brunch transports you to the vibrant streets of Japan. Begin with a premium Sashimi Platter and Uzuzukuri, featuring Hamachi complemented by Nikkei Ponzu and pickled ginger. For mains, choose from delectable options like Spicy Lamb Chop, Kakuni Rice, or Miso Salmon. Upgrade your main course to ribeye, lobster soba, or grilled A5 Miyazaki Wagyu for an additional price. Conclude with a choice of desserts, including black sesame ice cream, matcha cake and more. 

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 12:00pm – 3:00pm 
Where: 2/F, The Hari, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai
Cost: HK$688 per person food only, HK$988 per person with free-flow cocktails, sake, wines, and HK$1,288 with bottomless champagne, cocktails, sake and wines
Book: +852 2129 0338 or online

HK$500 to HK$750

Basin — Central

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Basin’s La Méditerranée Brunch is a celebration of French, Spanish and Italian cuisines (© Basin)

Basin’s La Méditerranée Brunch is a celebration of French, Spanish and Italian cuisines. Start your brunch journey with shared delights like the tender dry-aged meatballs and the smoky confit Piquillo peppers. Choose from a variety of tempting mains, such as the homemade tagliatelle with clams, Vallespluga spring chicken or the Mediterranean sea bass. Treat yourself to the Joyas del Mar platter, overflowing with fresh lobsters, mussels, and prawns.

When: Saturday & Sunday 12:00pm – 3:00pm 
Where: 3/F, FOCO Building, 46-48 Cochrane Street, Central
Cost: HK$398 per person food only. Add HK$240 for rosé free-flow, or HK$380 for champagne free-flow
Book: +852 2362 2699 or online

Casa Lisboa — Central

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Casa Lisboa Brunch Spread (© Casa Lisboa)

The Portuguese Primavera Brunch aromatic culinary adventure starts with six starters for sharing, featuring both Casa Lisboa’s classics and sensational new items. Some of the classics include Red Prawn Tartare and Iberico Pork Cheek. In addition, the chef has prepared some exclusive starters like Gaspacho Alentejano and Garlic Octopus for this bill of fare. For mains and desserts, you have to pick one of many scrumptious looking options, and it isn’t going to be an easy choice – but it’s hard to go wrong!

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 12:00pm – 3:00pm 
Where: 2/F, Parekh House, 63 Wyndham Street, Central
Cost: HK$398 per person food only. Add HK$180 with free-flow sangria and vinho verde, or HK$250 upgrade to bottomless sparkling, red and white wine
Book: +852 2905 1168 or online

Chaiwala — Central

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Fragrant charred broccoli and cauliflower at Chaiwala (© Chaiwala)

Chaiwala delivers a family-friendly brunch with lots of happy extras, with an Indian street food station packed with mouth-watering favourites like aloo chana and bhel puri, free-flow lassi for an extra HK$120 to cool yourself down after a spicy curry, and a cotton candy station for the kids. The little ones are also treated to their own play corner filled with toys, meaning parents can chill out with unlimited booze. The refreshed bill of fare also has fragrant plates such as veg kofta korma in aromatic korma sauce, and the old favourite, classic chicken tikka.

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 12:00pm – 3:00pm 
Where: Basement, 43-55 Wyndham Street, Central
Cost: HK$368 per person food only. Add HK$198 for free-flow wines, beer and gin tonic, or HK$398 for limitless champagne
Book: +852 2362 8988 or online

Cruise — North Point

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Don’t miss the Dragalicious brunch where drag queens set the stage on fire (© Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong)

Nestled in the waterfront Hyatt Centric, the sensational rooftop bar and restaurant presents the Dragalicious Brunch series, featuring a fabulous four-course menu featuring a sashimi platter, grilled Ibérico pork belly, a choice of Thai-inspired main, and a pandan-coconut shortcake for dessert. Enjoy the company of Queens Pansze Diva, Miss Tina Uglyhaira, and Gigi Reyes as they set the stage on fire. Dress to impress!

When: Every first Saturday of each month 12:00pm – 2:30pm 
Where: 23/F, West Tower, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong, 1 North Point Estate Lane, North Point
Cost: HK$688 per person including bottomless prosecco, wine and beer, or add HK$208 to include G.H. Mumm champagne and signature cocktail punch
Book: +852 3896 9898 or online

See also
19 Best Rooftop Bars And Restaurants You Must Try This Year In Hong Kong

La Paloma — Sai Ying Pun

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La Paloma’s sunday brunch features all-you-can-eat paella (© La Paloma)

Step into a lively and welcoming atmosphere at La Paloma for a unique and saucy Sunday brunch. Their weekend brunch offers a buffet spread featuring traditional Spanish cold cuts, cheeses, alongside other tapas. Don’t miss the all-you-can-eat Paella and Suckling Pig, accompanied by the delightful tradition of “Sobremesa” – the art of lingering at the table, enjoying conversations, and sharing rounds of Sangria. On top of that, get ready for an authentic Flamenco performance by Spanish Flamenco Dancer Mariko Drayton!

When: Sunday 12:00pm – 3:00pm 
Where: 189 Queen’s Road West, Sai Ying Pun
Cost: HK$458 per person food only. Add HK$230 for free-flow Spanish wines, cava, sangria and beers
Book: +852 2291 6161 or online

Lucciola — Wan Chai

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Lucciola’s Pranzo Italiano brunch features a delectable selection of Italian favourites (© The Hari)

Lucciola’s Pranzo Italiano brunch features a delectable selection of Italian favourites. Start with freshly shucked oysters, indulge in antipasto delights like La Burrata Pugliese and Black Mussels with Parsley and Garlic, and savor hand-cut Piedmont Fassona Beef Tartar. Choose from mains like handmade Spaghetti Pasta with Lobster Tail or Roasted Spring Chicken, and save room for the delightful dessert trolley with treats such as tiramisu and cannoli. 

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 12:00pm – 3:00pm 
Where: 1/F, The Hari, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai
Cost: HK$688 per person for full course. Add HK$198 with free-flow champagne, red and white wine, beer, gin tonic, Aperol Spritz and soft drinks
Book: +852 2129 0333 or online

Mak Mak — Central

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Interior of Mak Mak (© Mak Mak)

Avoid the crowd by sipping bottomless Thai brews, cocktails or fancy champers at Mak Mak as plates of fragrant and delectable Thai cuisine are served straight to your table. Their brunch menu starts from traditional appetizers, salads and soups, to a range of mains from the wok, curry dishes, rice and noodles. Go for the gorgeous (both in flavour and presentation) chicken coconut cream soup or classic green chicken curry. Complete your meal with a selection of ice cream and mango sticky rice.

When: Saturday & Sunday 12:00pm – 3:00pm 
Where: Shop 217A, 2/F, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central
Cost: HK$598 per person with free-flow Veuve Clicquot NV Champagne, Aperol Spritz, Chandon Garden Spritz, Singha beer, house red and white wine, house gin, vodka and whisky
Book: +852 2983 1003 or online

Olé Spanish Restaurant — Central

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Spanish paella, tapas, and cold cuts at Olé (© Olé Spanish Restaurant)

Tucked away on Ice House Street, Olé has an authentic Spanish ambience and chef Jesus Pascual serves up delicious and genuine Spanish flavours. Linger over a laid-back brunch starting with tapas – the slow-cooked Iberico pork cheek with sweet potato puree is a must-try. For dishes of the day (choose one) the options are all tempting, from the roasted suckling pig to flame grilled baby lamb chops. We bet, like us, you’ll have problems picking which dessert to try. May we suggest the flan, the traditional caramel pudding that you can’t go wrong with. Follow with free-flow cava and sangria to help you forget all your worries until mañana.

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 11:30am – 3:00pm   
Where: 1/F, Shun Ho Tower, 24-30 Ice House Street, Central
Cost: HK$588 per person food only. Add HK$198 with free-flow sangria and cava, or HK$268 to include house red, white wine and beer 
Book: +852 2523 8624 or online

Te Quiero Mucho — Sheung Wan

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Te Quiero Mucho’s breakfast-lunch heroes (© The Sheung Wan)

When there are free-flowing fruity margaritas on the bill of fare, we’re never far behind, especially as they now also have board games in their Booze, Brunch and Board Games menu. The bright and cheerful Te Quiero Mucho brings a boozy meal for Hong Kongers longing for chilaquiles, tamales, limitless tacos, and other Mexican favourites. They haven’t forgotten the churros, warm and crispy and served with chocolate dip for dessert. So get your competitive hat on with two hours of limitless cocktails like mimosas, margaritas, wine, and beer and get ready to beat your friends at a game of foosball, Cards Against Humanity, or air hockey!

When: Saturday & Sunday 12:00pm – 3:00pm 
Where: G/F & 1/F, The Sheung Wan, 286 Queen’s Road Central, Sheung Wan
Cost: HK$388 per person food only. Add HK$258 with free-flow sparkling wine, red & white wine, beer and soft drinks
Book: +852 3423 3290 or online

TokyoLima — Central

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Lomo saltato, or Peruvian stir fry tacos at TokyoLima (© Tokyolima)

You guessed it: expect a mix of Japanese and Peruvian delights from TokyoLima, where brunch is designed for sharing. The Matsuri Brunch is exactly that. They’ll serve you small plates to start, including a mix of refreshing Japanese-inspired salads, treats such as mango ceviche, pork belly, and fried chicken, followed by a choice of hot dish, and finished off with a platter of desserts. They also have two other menus, vegetarian and kids, that are equally enticing.

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 12:00pm – 3:00pm 
Where: G/F, Car Po Commercial Building, 18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central
Cost: HK$398 per person food only. Add HK$198 with free-flow prosecco, sake, red & white wine and beer, or HK$398 upgrade to bottomless champagne
Book: +852 2811 1152 or online

The Optimist — Wan Chai

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Spanish classics and a curated dessert selection for breakfast-lunch at The Optimist (© The Optimist)

Brunch with a Spanish twist in a beautifully decorated venue presented to you by the guys behind Pirata. The Asador-inspired (Spanish grill) restaurant delivers late lunch on platters packed with starters like a super brunch bowl and huevos rotos (Iberian ham, potatoes, chorizo and eggs). Main courses are one per person, such as the USDA prime ribeye, lamb tomahawk (good for 3 people) or generous lobster seafood rice. Wrap it up with something sweet from the chef’s dessert varieties and free-flow booze.

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 12:00pm – 3:30pm 
Where: G/F-2/F, 239 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai
Cost: HK$388 per person food only. Add HK$198 with free-flow prosecco, sangria, red & white wine and beer, or HK$398 upgrade to bottomless champagne
Book: +852 2433 3324 or online

Uma Nota — Central

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Brunch spread at Uma Nota (© Uma Nota)

Uma Nota’s “Brunch da Festa” combines à la carte Brazilian-Japanese small plates with skewers, plates of healthy greens, and pleasing dishes of the day. Try the grilled pork chop with their iconic Caetanos cachaça sauce and marinated gem lettuce, ending with a marvellous assorted platter of desserts served with vegan ice cream and fresh fruit. We love that one of the free-flow options includes Caipirinhas, so we can sip away in the relaxed and colourful backdrop of vivid art and cool vibes.

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 12:00pm – 4:00pm 
Where: Upper G/F, 38 Peel St, Central
Cost: HK$420 per person food only. Add HK$210 with free-flow prosecco, bottled beer, soft drinks and iced tea, or HK$290 to include cocktails and wine
Book: +852 5185 8935 or online

Under HK$500

Bianco & Rosso — Central

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Bianco & Rosso offers a delightful four-course Odyssey Brunch on weekends (© Bianco & Rosso)

Inspired by the Renaissance era and the charming bodegas of Spain, Italy, and France, Bianco & Rosso in Sheung Wan offers a delightful four-course Odyssey Brunch on weekends. Indulge in two starters per person, followed by a tantalizing pasta dish, a mouthwatering main course, and a delectable dessert. Must-try signature dishes include the Polmard Beef Tartare and the Whole Three Yellow Chicken, and don’t forget to treat yourself with two hours of unlimited drinks.

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 11:30am – 3:00pm
Where: 29 Gough Street, Central
Cost: HK$298 per person food only. Add HK$238 with free-flow prosecco, wines and cocktails
Book: +852 2813 1669 or online

TMK — Sheung Wan

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TMK’s free-flow “For Punk Sake” maki feast (© TMK)

Get ready to groove to the beats of nostalgic 90s hip-hop while indulging in their free-flow “For Punk Sake” maki feast. Begin with sharing portions of crunchy karaage, salmon tataki and refreshing cabbage salad with yuzu mayo. Then, customize your temaki sushi with fillings like hamachi tomato and Wagyu beef. The main event? TMK’s “big-ass maki” overflowing with toppings like curry katsu and crispy tofu. Save room for a dessert of caramel fried bananas or vanilla ice cream drizzled with olive oil. 

When: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Where: Shops G & H, G/F and M/F, 77-91 Queens’s Road West, Sheung Wan
Cost: HK$248 per person food only. Add HK$168 with free-flow prosecco, sake, red & white wine and beers
Book: +852 2662 2269 or online

Are you looking for a special brunch?

We’ve picked our favourite spots for bottomless drinking brunches. Many options are available in the city, for any types of budgets, and here are some ideas, if you have a specific type of place in mind.

What are the best brunches with a view?

Hong Kong is in between the buildings, the mountains and the sea. No doubt that you can easily find a restaurant with an astonishingly beautiful view and Aqua, Kitchen at the W Hotel, Hutong, Aqua, Hue Dining, Nicholini’s at the Conrad, Cruise, or La Rambla would be your best picks.

What are the best family-friendly brunches?

If you want to bring your little ones, there are several options like The Optimist, La Paloma, Clipper Lounge at Mandarin Oriental, Chaiwala, or Kinship. They generally have high chairs, but if you still can’t find what you need, have a look at this article.

What about the al fresco brunches?

If you’re looking for outdoor options to enjoy bottomless drinking, WHISK at the Mira, The Tai Pan, La Rambla, Zoku, Madame Fù, and Duddell’s are worth a try. For more ideas, read our guide to al fresco restaurants in Hong Kong.

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