All-New Jazzakaya Weekend Brunch at Silencio

Inspiration for your next weekend brunch.

15 Jan 2020 — By Catherine Stewart / Drink / Food / Restaurants / Taste
Interior at Silencio

Silencio recreates the ambience of Japan’s much-loved izakaya drinking dens, uplifted with quirky modern art pieces by Tomoo Gokita, and an impressive line-up of live jazz. Now you can enjoy this unique dining experience at their all-new Jazzakaya Weekend Brunch. Set against Silencio’s lively ambience, diners will enjoy a champagne-fueled brunch of unlimited seafood, tempura and yakitori, followed by a choice of main course and signature desserts.

Brunch Menu

group shot of silencio brunch

Jazzakaya brunch at Silencio

Jazzakaya Brunch starts at HK$458 per guest, which includes unlimited seasonal starters from the bar such as Daily Raw Seafood, Seasonal Sashimi and Maki, Yakitori & Grill, Seafood & Vegetable Tempura, and Farmer’s Market Autumn Salad Selection. Add on a Gold champagne package priced at HK$658 with free-flowing Moet Imperial Brut NV, or if you’re feeling fancy opt for unlimited pours of Dom Perignon 2009 for HK$1,888. Complete the champagne experience with the optional addition of Royal Cristal Caviar course starting from HK$360/30g served with house-made sake blinis.

sushi donut

sushi donut

Guests can choose from a selection of 8 Japanese-inspired main courses, with each choice more mouthwatering than the last. Empire State features the first-ever “sushi donut” fashioned with crispy rice, salmon, tuna, scallop, ikura, avocado and soft-poached egg with a supplemental option of fresh uni for +HK$100. Those craving pancakes can opt for Kugeso, a stack of mochi pancakes with maple syrup, and a choice of seasonal berries or Canadian bacon. Quixote upgrades the traditional fried rice with wagyu, sofrito sauce, caramelised onion soy and house-made kimchi. For a quintessential Silencio experience, go for the famous signature Wagyu Sando(supplement HK$180) created with buttery Miyazaki A4 wagyu tenderloin, Hokkaido milk bread, kewpie mayonnaise and katsu sauce. Uni Bomb (supplement HK$260) was designed with the uni lover in mind, a twist on the sushi donut that features a wreath of Hokkaido and North Korean uni. The decadent Jazzakaya Brunch experience concludes with an assorted platter of Silencio’s signature desserts.

sushi donut at silencio

The ‘Uni Bomb’


Silencio, 6/F LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central

2480 6569 | [email protected]


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