A view on a Hong Kong City Tour
15 Mar

What To Eat In Hong Kong – 5 Best Brunches

So, now you had a Small Group or Private Food Tour with your foodie guide in Hong Kong and you decide exploring Hong Kong on your own… We got some great places to have a brunch after your Hong Kong city tour!

Aberdeen Street Social

Whether you want to build-your-own toast and eggs, healthy options or the “not-so-healthy-but-delicious” pastrami sandwich. The alfresco seating will just make you enjoy your food when the sun is out. You can eat a la carte Sat, Sun and Public Holidays from 11:30 to 15:30.

Si Simply Italian

With authentic delicious Italian cuisine, this restaurant in Lai Chi Kok has something to offer for everyone. May it be the pan-fried Italian sausages, eggplant parmigiana appetisers or the pasta with Bolognese, you will be able to find something for your taste buds! You will find your special brunch Sat, Sun and Public Holiday from 12:00 to 15:00.

Lily & Bloom

This bar and restaurant has an “All American Brunch” packed with salads, cold cuts, fresh seafood, muesli and granola, omelette and many more. Get your French toast or steak and eggs every Sat and Sun from 11:00 to 16:00

Jinjuu

How about a Korean brunch? After all, a Hong Kong foodie tasting tour could definitely include something different! Korean starters, king prawns and Korean fried chicken are just some of the many things that you can choose and have something different to your usual brunch. This delicious buffet awaits you Sat from 12:00 to 15:00 and Sun from 12:00 all the way to 22:00!

Aqua

This restaurant & bar not only offers you the best of Japanese and Italian kitchen with sashimi and Parma ham, it will let you indulge the breathtaking view of Hong Kong from the 29th floor in the One Peking Building. You can book your table for this special brunch Sat and Sun from 12:00 to 15:00

 

These are some small options to discover on your own after your Hong Kong city tour. However, your Hong Kong tour guide will be able to give you more alternatives on what to do when you are in Hong Kong.

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