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With a restrictions in place for dining-in, enjoy your favourite breakfast and brunch dishes at home with these delivery and takeaway options

We may have gotten used to dining at home more over the last few weeks since the government implemented new social distancing rules for Hong Kong on July 15, but with stricter regulations affecting the hospitality industry more than ever, restaurants are having to adapt and cater to the need for all-day dining at home.

While the total dine in ban that was implemented on July 29 may have been a little short lived, as of July 31, dining in at restaurants will be limited to between the hours of 5am to 6pm––with restaurants having to operate at half capacity and tables capped at two people.

So although we can once more dine out, with these restrictions in place, restaurants are offering a range of takeaway and delivery options for lunch, dinner and even dessert, with the same going for the most important meal of the day––breakfast.

Whether you're wanting a light breakfast and a coffee on the go, or a hearty brunch to ring in the weekend, we're listing the best breakfast delivery and takeaways available in Hong Kong.

See also: Your Guide To Restaurant And Bar Operations During Hong Kong’s Dine-In Ban

Elephant Grounds

A favourite for brunch at the weekend and its signature "Coffee n Chill" all week long, you can still enjoy Elephant Grounds highly tempting menu in the comfort of your own home. With locations in Wan Chai, Causeway Bay, K11 Musea and Mid-Levels, Elephant Grounds can easily be ordered via Deliveroo for delivery, or via its own app for pick-up at any location from as early as 8am.

Delivery options include fresh pastries and a full range of hot and cold teas and coffees, while for pick-up you can enjoy brunch favourites such as açaí yoghurt bowl, avocado toast and more.

How to order: Via the Elephant Grounds app for pick-up, or on Deliveroo for delivery


Bakehouse may not be available on any delivery platforms, but if you're lucky enough to live close by to the bakery, you can still pick up plenty to takeaway.

The takeaway counter is open daily from 8am to 6pm––and is chock full of freshly baked croissants and other pastries, along with Bakehouse's signature sourdough and even its own homemade granola. Takeaway coffees and other drinks are also available.

How to order: Order and pick up in store between 8am and 6pm

See also: Where To Find The Best Bakeries In Hong Kong For Your Bread And Pastry Fix

NOC Coffee Co.

Coffee enthusiasts in the city will already be well aware of NOC's signature house-roasted coffee, but along with offering a morning caffeine fix, the chic and minimalist cafe serves a range of breakfast and brunch dishes. Open daily from 8am, order in-store for takeaway or pre-order for pick-up and choose from dishes such as NOC Benedict, all day breakfast, French toast waffle and more––which are all currently 20% off.

While all NOC locations in Hong Kong are still open and serving takeaway coffees, only the stores in Tin Hau, Whampoa and Sai Ying Pun serve food.

How to order: Call to pre-order and pick-up, or order in store for takeaway

See also: The Best Delivery And Takeaway Dishes To Order From Hong Kong Restaurants

Schragels Bagels

Serving the closest thing you can get to a classic NYC bagel in Hong Kong, Schragels is sure to satisfy cravings with its fully-loaded bagel sandwiches. Perfect for breakfast, choose from the likes of the Loxy Lady with smoked salmon, scallion cream cheese, capers and red onion; or opt for the AvoSChado with avocado, boiled egg, tomato and cream cheese. Plain bagels are also available to buy individually or by the half or full dozen, with a range of spreads and drinks available to complement your order.

The small Sheung Wan shop is open for takeaway daily from 8am, or you can order on Deliveroo and direct via its website for larger orders.

How to order: Order via Deliveroo or online for delivery, or order and pick-up in store


For a lighter breakfast, opt for a beautifully prepared and superfood-filled açaí bowl from Supabowl. The locations in Central and Wan Chai are open for takeaway from 8am on weekdays (Wan Chai), and from 10am on weekends and weekdays (Central). Both stores are available on Deliveroo for local delivery.

Freshly-made to order, the blended bowls are topped off with a range of fruits, granola, bee pollen, honey and house-made almond butter. Warm oat bowls and smoothies are available, along with frozen pre-blended açaí bowls which you can keep in your freezer to make at home.

How to order: Order via Deliveroo for delivery, or order and pick-up in store

See also: 5 Superfood Smoothie Bowls To Try This Summer


Perfect for early-risers, Fineprint's Peel Street and Tai Hang locations are open for takeaway daily from 6am. A favourite in the city for avocado toast and signature coffees, choose from the likes of toasted coconut granola, breakfast toastie, croissants, avo toast and more. 

Along with pick-up orders, you can order on Deliveroo for delivery to local addresses.

How to order: Order via Deliveroo for delivery, or order and pick-up in store

APT Coffee

APT's locations in Central and Wan are open from 8am daily, with the store offering a full menu of toasts, coffees and pastries to takeaway. You can also enjoy APT's signature tailored toast experience at home easily with its new delivery ordering platform, or pre-order for self pick-up.

The "tailored toast" allows diners to choose from two kinds of bread, with numerous toppings to choose from––including lemon cream cheese, poached eggs, smoked salmon, asparagus, mushrooms, avocados and more. 

How to order: Order online for pick-up or delivery, or order and pick-up in store

See also: 6 Meal Delivery Plans To Try In Hong Kong


Teakha's cosy Sheung Wan cafe may currently be closed for dining in, but you can still enjoy a range of scones, cakes, brunch dishes and teas at home.

Open on weekdays form 9am and weekends from 8:30am, the full menu can be picked up for takeaway, or ordered via Deliveroo. For something sweet, opt for the peach basil pancakes with mascarpone cream, or tuck into the savoury huevos rancheros toast with sourdough, sour cream, tomato jalapeño salsa, avocado, fried egg and Thai sausage. Just don't forget an order of one of the wonderfully varied teas––we're particular fans of the warming oat masala chai.

How to order: Order via Deliveroo for delivery, or order and pick-up in store

See also: The Best Places For Tea In Hong Kong


For a hearty breakfast or brunch that's sure to keep you satisfied well until lunch time, look no further than Morty's. The NY-style deli is well-known for its signature smoked meat sandwiches, which can also be enjoyed at home, with pick-up available from Wan Chai (from 11:30am, daily) and Central (from 8am, weekdays; 11:30am, weekends), with both locations also on Deliveroo.

While we can most definitely enjoy a Reuben sandwich at any time of the day, for a more traditional approach to breakfast, opt for the bagels with house lox, or go big with the pastrami, egg and cheese sandwich.

To enjoy your own deli at home, a range of smoked meats can also be purchased direct from Morty's online store.

How to order: Order via Deliveroo or online for delivery, or order and pick-up in store

Ninetys Coffee

Available between 8am and 5:30pm on Deliveroo, Ninetys in both Wan Chai and Soho are offering inventive brunch dishes. Enjoy classics such as avocado on toast or scrambled eggs and tomatoes on toast, or go a little different with Ninetys' creations such as eggs Benedict saved with lobster or braised pork shoulder.

To complete your at home brunch experience, a range of iced coffees and juices are available for delivery. Both stores are also open for takeaway hot coffee and other drinks.

How to order: Order via Deliveroo for delivery, or order and pick-up in store

R&R Bagels

Serving a full menu of bagel sandwiches, R&R is perfect for a lazy breakfast at home. The stores in Wan Chai, Central and Quarry Bay are all open on for pickup on weekdays from 7:30am, or from 8:30am on weekends, and are also on Deliveroo.

While the breakfast menu is only served until 12:30pm––and includes the likes of maple bacon and egg, English breakfast and smashed avocado and egg––a full menu is still available until close and features a range of other favourites. Bagels including plain, vegan, sesame, poppy seed, cinnamon raisin, onion, garlic and everything can also be ordered individually or in packs of sis with your choice of cream cheese.

How to order: Order via Deliveroo for delivery, or order and pick-up in store

See also: The Best Restaurant Delivery and Takeaways In Hong Kong

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

If you have a busy workday at home ahead, let the Grand Hyatt take care of breakfast for you. The hotel's newly launched delivery menu is available on weekdays between 7am and 11am for breakfast, and features a menu of comfort food favourites including both western and Hong Kong dishes.

Choose from assorted dim sum and wonton noodle soup, to smoked salmon and toast and a Western Breakfast Box with sausages, egg and hash brown––all conveniently delivered to your door.

How to order: Order online, call 2584 7733 or email Delivery is free for locations within 15 minutes walking distance from the hotel, or enjoy 15% off on self-pickup orders.


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