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Top breakfast restaurants in Hong Kong - Delicious Breakfasts and Brunches

Now that spring is here and the sun is out Hong Kong is marvellous to explore during the day. Enhancing your daytime experience are the delicious breakfast and brunch options introduced by top restaurants.


Korean Delights at Jinjuu

Managed by popular chef Judy Joo this restaurant has brought back Lan Kwai Fong. The recently introduced weekend brunch buffet is available as a complete meal ending with a delicious dessert. If you go for the semi-buffet too you won't be disappointed with items such as succulent fried chicken and fresh crispy salads. Main courses to try to include miso-glazed salmon, Kalbi Jjim short ribs, tempura shimeji and grilled seasonal vegetables.


CE LA VI and Birds Eye Views

CE LA VI is located at the top of the California Tower and offers a marvellous Sunday Brunch to the accompaniment of DJ music. Ordering may be done individually or as an a la carte meal to be shared. Favourites include cured salmon, eggs benedict, brioche, bacon dashi and many more mouth-watering delights. The brunch is on every Sunday from 12 noon to 3 pm and is ideal for spending a lazy day at; especially if you have an entertaining evening ahead. Hong Kong is certainly a place to enjoy your nights at, with places such as Silka Far East being a favourite. In fact, finding a Tsuen Wan restaurant will be a breeze.


Casa Lisboa – Portuguese Brunch

This all you can eat buffet offered at the Casa Lisboa restaurant is made for sharing. Typical entre meals will include two oysters to be shared while full meals consist of chaurico sausages and lemon and garlic sautéed clams. The sausages are grilled at the table while you can look forward to starting your brunch with appetisers such as smoked salmon, Portuguese ham and spinach quiche. All-time favourite mains include roasted suckling pig, duck rice, grilled Piri Piri chicken and seasonal roasts. The restaurant is open for brunch on Saturdays and all public holidays between 12 pm to 3 pm.


FoFo by el Willy

This is a semi-buffet brunch that also consists of Spanish fare. At FoFo by el Willy, you can look forward to treats such as serrano ham, kingfish tiradito, smoked salmon, crab salad and many more delights as starters. Mains include seafood paella, eggs with Spanish sauce, king crab claws and the most popular dish the seafood tower of lobster. You also have a variety of choice in desserts at this eatery; that promises not to disappoint. It is open on Saturdays and public holidays.



Tartine's boogie brunch is quite a retro affair that offers a variety of delights including French brunch specials. On the menu are truffle eggs, sourdough and smoked salmon, eggs benedict and French toast with berries and gooey maple syrup. The place offers DJ music as well as a collection of some very special signature cocktails. The retro brunch is on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 pm to 6 pm.