Where to Brunch this Weekend; Week 25

Where to Brunch this Weekend; Week 25

Weekend again! And time to go out and relax with a huge brunch with relaxed shoulders. Brunching should be a meal that is combining breakfast and lunch, and should be enjoyed longer than any of those meals. Finding a place that let you sit for a longer period than 1-1.5hour can be a challenge, but cafes usually let you sit longer. Brunch can basically be anything you like, it can be classic breakfast food or lunch food, or a good mix! A classic is mixing eggs and pancakes, noodles and meat or a good meal followed by a dessert. And of course a good cup of coffee (or tea if you prefer). However, originally brunch is enjoyed with alcoholic drinks, as it is a weekend meal, so don't hold back on the alcohol if you enjoy a glass of champagne, rose or cocktail.   


So Coffee and Gin

Location: Sham Shui Po

Located in the increasingly trendy part of Sham Shui Po you will find this cute and affordable cafe (bar at night). Their menu is extensive with a good variation of food and something for anyone. Their popular pork and scrambled egg sandwich is value for your buck (88HKD) and with an iced late (40HKD) the meal is complete. Are you in the mood for cocktails? This place got you covered with drinks ranging from 70HKD-100HKD. Dont forget that the menu also have KETO options and the place is pet friendly!


Location: Causeway Bay

If you are looking for an affordable place with diverse food? then this is the place for you! They have mains and light meals. Ranging from sandwiches, pasta and burgers. A classic scrambled egg and avocado sandwich is priced at 56HKD and cheese burger 98HKD. Their coffee selection is huge with a Americano costing 24HKD and an iced mocha for 40HKD. 



Location: Various locations

A famous cha chaan teng in the city. Not only is the interior super local and traditional but so are the food. The food is the ultimate comfort food to enjoy mid-day in the weekend. With a lunch set for 50HKD this place is super affordable and huge value for your money. They are famous for their satay beef noodles, pork/chicken steak with egg, scrambled egg with bbq pork and their traditional dishes. 

REACTION Coffee Roasters

Location: TST and Happy Valley

Opening hours: 8am - 10pm

Want some good coffee with high quality? Reaction Coffee Roasters have a huge selection of coffee beans from all over the world including South America, central America and Asia. They also offer a lot of different black coffees and white coffees to fit any preference. Their Portobello with black truffle scrambled egg burger (98HKD) is one of their popular dishes and Caramelised banana with cinnamon bread (78HKD). Remember that the dinner menu is different than the breakfast and lunch menu. 



Location: Sheung Wan

Opening hours: 7AM - 4:30PM

If you want an authentic Hong Kong experience for brunch, then go here! This restaurant is located in Sheung Wan and have seats both indoor and outdoor. Their most famous dish is their rice with pork chop set (56HKD) paired with a milk tea. Another classic at this place is the pock chop bun set (46HKD) and their fresh beef sandwich (52HKD). Bear in mind that it is closed on Sundays and closes 15:30 on Saturdays!

Passepartout Brunch & Coffee

Location: Causeway Bay

Opening hours: 9am - 6pm

Located in the middle of Causeway Bay its a convenient place for a good brunch. Their brunch menu is named after different cities around the world and inspired by the cities. Their Calcutta dish consisting of deep-fried chicken and waffle (118HKD) is a favourite as well as their Yokohama which is gyudon egg benedict (158HKD). The drink menu is extentive but not the largest, with typical coffees like mocha (50HKD) and late (40HKD). However, with some specials like miso caramel late (50HKD) and masala chai (50HKD).  

Hooman by the sea

Location: Various locations

Opening hours: SAT-SUN 9:00AM - 8:00PM, MON-FRI 11:00AM - 8:00PM

Hooman by the sea is located at the beautiful West Kowloon Cultural district with an amazing view of Hong Kong Island. Nothing is better than enjoying a good brunch with a good view of Hong Kong. The menu is filled with modern food and drinks (both non-alcoholic and alcoholic). 


After Eightys Cafe

Location: Mong Kok

In the middle of the buzzing shopping district Mong Kok and between Fa Yuen Street and Ladies Market can you find this cozy place! Perfect for a break between visiting stores, or maybe to get energy before starting shopping. 

Congteakafe (茶咖里)

Location: Sai Ying Pun

Opening hours: 9:00AM - 6:00PM

If you want some affordable all-day breakfast, Congteakafe is the place. The menu is of perfect size, and offer a lot of different alternatives both western and HK style. An omelette with ham and cheese on pancake (68HKD) is one of their special menu items, as well as smoked salmon and avocado with croissant (88HKD) and cheese chicken pineapple bun burger (68HKD). They also have an extensive menu for both breakfast/tea-time and lunch. Take a trip to this affordable spot in Sheung Wan. 


Which place will you check out this weekend?? Tell us in the comments or use our hashtags to tell us on IG! 


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