Cover The best free-flow brunch menus to indulge in this weekend (Photo: Duddell's/Facebook)

Wondering where to book for brunch this weekend? With so many menus on offer in Hong Kong, we're listing the very best free-flow brunch packages to choose whatever the occasion

Brunch in Hong Kong means so much more than just coffee and eggs. When it comes to our weekend meal, the city goes all out with its offerings––serving everything from hearty British classics, to loaded sashimi platters, all-you-can-eat dim sum, Indian feasts and much more––all with added free-flow drinks to make the most of the occasion. Whether you're celebrating something special or just want to make the most of your weekend, we're listing the best brunch menus to book in Hong Kong. 

Editor's Note: All pricing and menu listings were correct at the time of publishing, but are subject to change. Please contact the restaurants directly for the most up to date information.

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1. Duddell's

What: Everybody's favourite free-flow brunch, Duddell's weekend menu has been a long-standing offering in the city, proving to be a hit time and time again. Not only does it feature premium dim sum delights, along with other rice, noodle and main dishes, but the free-flow drinks and chic setting make it a real winner. When weather permits, we love sitting out on the restaurant's leafy terrace to enjoy a drink once we've had our fill of the ample food selection.

When: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 12pm to 3pm

Price: HK$588 for food and free-flow non-alcoholic drinks; HK$888 for free-flow Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label, select cocktails (including Aperol Spritz, Bloody Mary and Espresso Martini) and house wines; HK$1,208 for Ruinart Blanc de Blanc and Ruinart Rose; HKD$1,988 for Krug Prestige package 

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2. Lobster Bar & Grill at Island Shangri-La

What: Indulge in Lobster Bar & Grill's contemporary take on a classic British Sunday roast. The three-course affair promises to leave you more than satisfied with a choice of starters including prawn cocktail; lobster bisque; and asparagus and hollandaise sauce, followed by hearty mains of either roast pork, lamb, beef or celeriac steak served with all the trimmings. For a celebratory meal, diners can also choose a whole lobster, served with salad and fries, or share a roast rib of beef for two (additional HK$400). The meal concludes with traditional desserts of sticky toffee pudding, tarte tatin or a selection of cheeses.

When: Sundays, 12pm to 2:30pm

Price: HK$798 for three-courses included free-flow Bloody Marys, house red and white wines, juices and soft drinks

3. Zuma

What: A long-time brunch favourite, Zuma's free-flow brunch is one of the most popular options in the city, and for good reason. An ideal choice for any celebration, the menu features the very best of Zuma's contemporary Japanese fare, showcasing a range of salads, tempura, sashimi, nigiri, maki and desserts, as well as a choice of mains per person. Be sure to add on the free-flow drinks package to make the most of the brunch experience, and enjoy the likes of champagne, Aperol spritz, beers and wines.

When: Saturdays and Sundays, 11am to 3pm

Price: HK$738 for food only; HK$988 to include 2.5 hours free-flow "R" de Ruinart NV Champagne, or HK$2,130 for premium option

4. La Rambla

What: Coupled with stunning harbour views, La Rambla's Sunday brunch features tapas bites, fresh seafood, premium meats and more. Kicking off with an unlimited selection of paletilla ibèrica, chorizo, salchichón, Spanish cheese, white anchovies and crystal bread served to your table, diners then enjoy a selection of tapas dishes, before being treated to the seafood dish of the day, made-to-order paella and sharing mains of either traditional suckling pig, USDA prime striploin, or slow cooked lamb shoulder. Desserts include a range of pastries and traditional Spanish desserts to share. Don't miss out on adding churros with chocolate sauce, along with free-flow drinks to your order.

When: Sundays, 12pm to 3pm

Price: HK$650 for food only; additional HK$380 for 2.5 hours free-flow drinks, or HK$1,380 for premium option

5. The Grill, The Grand Hyatt

What: The Grill's al fresco brunch offering is the perfect option for soaking up the sunshine. Served poolside––with fans and shade available for when temperatures soar––guests can indulge in a selection of seafood on ice, chargrilled specialities and signature homemade desserts. A free-flow drink package is also available.

When: Saturdays and Sundays, 11:30am to 3pm

Price: HK$658 for food only; additional HK$288 for free-flow house red and white wine and beer, or $518 for Champagne

6. Hutong

What: Hutong's Feng Wei brunch––which is about to move to a new home in Tsim Tsa Tsui's stylish new HZentre––showcases a range of dim sum dishes and northern Chinese specialities. Set against the backdrop of Hong Kong's stunning skyline, the location offers picture-perfect views that guarantee to wow. All intended to be shared with the table for a celebratory feast, dishes include poached shrimp and minced pork wontons; crispy duck spring rolls; crispy soft-shell crab with Sichuan dried chill; and egg yolk custard and diced apple spring rolls––all washed down with free-flow Champagne and speciality cocktails.

When: Saturday, Sunday, and public holidays, 12pm to 3pm

Price: HK$688 for food and free-flow prosecco; HK$788 to include Saint Louis Crémant sparking wine, HK$838 to include Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin NV and special cocktails, HK$988 for Veuve Clicquot Rosé, HK$1088 for Ruinart, Blanc de Blancs Brut NV (free-flow limited to two hours)


Tsim Sha Tsui
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7. Aqua

What: Aqua's brunch experience offers the same city views, paired with delectable Japanese-Italian cuisine and plenty of drinks. The signature ‘Because Brunch’ begins with an antipasti spread, followed by fresh sashimi, a selection of the restaurant’s signature Italian and Japanese dishes and an Italian dessert platter. 

When: Saturday and Sundays, 12pm to 3pm

Price: 'Because Brunch': HK$788 for food and soft drinks, HKD$838 to include Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Yellow Label & Saint Louis Crémant, HK$988 for Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Rosé; HKD$1,088 for Ruinart Experience, Blanc de Blancs and Rosé, HK$1,888 to include food, and free-flow Dom Pérignon Vintage 2010.


Tsim Sha Tsui
$ $ $ $

8. Ruam

What: Set in its laid-back al fresco terrace, Ruam's weekend brunch will have you feeling far away from the bustling Wan Chai streets. Serving a selection of Thai street food favourites such as pork belly skewers, and tom yum kung, the set includes sharing starts and one sharing main per person, with the option to add on free-flow beer, wine, prosecco and more.

When: Saturday and Sundays, 11:30am to 3pm

Price: HK$288 for food; additional HK$288 for two-hours free-flow house wines, prosecco, Singha lager, Thai iced tea, juice and coffee

9. Chaiwala

What: Get a taste of India with Chaiwala's colourful weekend brunch. Showcasing a range of dishes from across the country, the menu offers everything from tandoori dishes and freshly made dosas, to rich curries served with rice and roti, a choice of biryani and street food-inspired starters. To keep the jovial atmosphere alive, the brunch concludes with a cotton candy station and can be complemented further by either free-flow lassis or prosecco, wines, beer and gin and tonics. 

When: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 12pm to 2:30pm

Price: HK$298 for food, additional HK$180 for alcohol free-flow, or HK$120 for lassi free-flow

10. 208 Duecento Otto

What: Fans of 208 Duecento Otto's hearty lunch spread and weekday happy hour will love its weekend brunch. Featuring cold cuts, Italian cheeses, breads, salads and more, guests can feast to their hearts content on the ample buffet, before opting for mains that include daily pastas, seafood and meat dishes. When it comes to dessert, favourites such as panna cotta and tiramisu are a must ordrer.

When: Saturday and Sundays, 12pm to 2pm

Price: HK$248 for appetisers and dessert only; HK$308 for appetisers, dessert and free-flow wine, prosecco and beer; additional HK$180 for two-hours of free-flow wine, prosecco and beer or HK$300 for two hours of free-flow Veuve Clicquot champagne 

208 Duecento Otto

Sheung Wan
$ $ $ $

11. Kaum at Potato Head

What: If you're missing travelling, Kaum's weekend brunch is the ideal choice to feel far away from the daily grind. The Indonesian spread features a range of sharing dishes, including the likes of Gado Gado, Nasi Goreng and more. The menu also features a dessert of traditional Indonesian desserts, and free-flow drinks are a must.

When: Saturdays, Sunday and public holidays, 11am to 3pm

Price: HK$468 for food; additional HK$238 for two-hours free-flow drinks, or HK$398 for three-hours

Kaum at Potato Head

Western District
$ $ $ $

12. Taqueria Super Macho

What: Get the Baja vibes flowing with Taqueria Super Macho's monthly brunch, featuring sharing plates, tacos and drinks. Taking place on the second Sunday of every month, this brunch promises to be worth the wait, with dishes on offer including grilled chicken tostadas; habanero-marinated steak taco; chilaquiles rojos and more. Expect plenty of cold beers and pitchers of Margaritas.

When: Every second Sunday of the month, from 12pm

Price: HK$488, inclusive of free-flow drinks

13. Pirata

What: Pirata's Italian brunch offers value for money, free-flow drinks and hearty fare. Sharing starters include fried calamari and 'My Mama's Meatballs', with mains on offer such as roasted lamb shank; eggplant parmigiana; orecchiette with sausage and n'duja and more. Along with free-flow drinks, freshly made desserts of panna cotta, tiramisu and semifreddo round out the brunch.

When: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 11am to 2pm

Price: HK$348 for food, additional HK$198 for 90-minute free-flow house wines, HK$298 for champagne 


Wan Chai
$ $ $ $

14. La Vache

What: If you're in the mood for steak frites, La Vache is where to book. Serving USDA Prime rib-eye steak and golden frites, the monthly weekend brunch takes things up a notch with unlimited servings on offer, alongside free-flow wines and bubbles. A party atmosphere is guaranteed with a live DJ in residence all afternoon.

When: First Sunday of the month, from 12pm

Price: $688, inclusive of free-flow house wine

La Vache

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15. TokyoLima

What: The colloquial term for 'good morning' in Japanese, TokyoLima's 'Ohayou Brunch' promises to start your weekend right. Specialising in Nikkei, the menu kick starts with a coffee-based cocktail, before moving onto tempting dishes of ceviche, salads, your choice of mains and sharing desserts. Take your brunch to the next level by adding on free-flow sake and Normandy oysters.

When: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 11am to 2pm

Price: HK$398 for food, additional HK$198 for free-flow sake, house wines and select cocktails


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16. Hue

What: Harbour views, flowing Champagne and fine food make for a recipe for success at Hue's weekend brunch. Located in the Hong Kong Museum of Art, the brunch features modern Australian-inspired starters to share, a main of your choice, and is finished with a decadent dessert. Guests can also upgrade their Hue experience with two hours of free-flow Taittinger Champagne, wines and Bloody Marys.

When: Saturdays and Sundays, from 11am

Price: HK$400 for food, additional HK$360 for two-hours of free-flow Taittinger Champagne, wines and Bloody Marys

17. Kinship

What: Whether you're after hearty Americana breakfast dishes, or a traditional British Sunday roast, Kinship's weekend brunch serves up both. Pleasing all parties, the menu features a selection of seasonal sharing starters, before moving onto a choice of mains: including the roast of the day with all the trimmings; banana pancakes with Bourbon maple syrup; and shrimp and grits with shellfish sauce. Additional dishes including avocado toast or pastrami salmon eggs Benedict can also be added, as well as free-flow house beers, wines and gin and tonics.

When: Saturday and Sundays, 11:30am to 4pm

Price: HK$398 for food, additional HK$198 for free-flow house drinks


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18. Silencio

What: Central's contemporary Japanese izakaya, Silencio, merges the world of Japanese cuisine and live music with its weekend 'Jazzakaya Brunch'. Set against the restaurant's lively ambience, the Champagne-fuelled brunch includes servings of unlimited seafood, tempura and yakitori, followed by a choice of main course and signature desserts.

When: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 12pm to 3pm

Price: HK$548 for food, additional HK$200 for two-hours free-flow house wines and sakes; HK$400 for Bernard Lonclas Blanc de Blancs NV Champagne


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19. Madame Fu

What: Set against the historical backdrop of Tai Kwun, Madame Fu's brunch delights with unlimited Peking duck, a dim sum trolley and free-flow drinks. Choose to enjoy yours on the al fresco verandah, or dine in one of the restaurants various rooms––from the pretty in pink lounge to the sophisticated main restaurant––all while dining on dishes including crystal shrimp dumplings; Madame Fù’s char siu bao; “Impossible” mapo tofu; and an ice cream sundae dessert. 

When: Saturdays and Sundays, 12pm to 5pm

Price: HK$580 for food and non-alcoholic drinks; HK$780 for two-hours free-flow standard alcoholic drinks, HK$980 for deluxe

20. Honjo

What: Featuring a sashimi selection, fresh oysters, the chef's choice of maki, nigiri and a selection of starters and mains, Honjo's brunch will have lovers of Japanese cuisine in heaven. Though vegetarian diners can also enjoy a specially curated veggie-friendly menu of dishes––with both parties able to partake in the ample drinks offerings.

When: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 12pm to 5:30pm (two-hour dining time)

Price: HK$498 for food, an additional HK$220 for free-flow sake, house wines, beers and select cocktails, HK$380 for premium champagne drinks package

21. Brooklyn Yakuza

What: Brooklyn Yakuza, the izakaya-themed restaurant0bar from the team behind Smoke & Barrel has launched a new menu to delight brunch-goers this season. 

Guests can feast on a host of hot and fresh sharing starters before progressing to main dishes like red and white miso grilled salmon, teriyaki black cod, wasabi prawn udon, eggplant and mushroom rice don, and wagyu beef cheek with orange glaze; all while sipping on Yakuza Highballs and sake carafe towers that can be refilled on demand.

Bubbles and wine are also available, while a DJ will be spinning tunes throughout. Tables who aren't done with drinking once the two-hour free-flow is up can add-on HK$100 to continue the revelry at the downstairs bar.

When: Every weekend from 11am to 6pm (while restrictions last)

Price: HK$398 for food only and HK$598 with free-flow included.

Brooklyn Yakuza, 29 LKF, 29 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong; +852 2866 1034,

22. Foxglove

What: Just down the road, Foxglove is also unveiling its bottomless brunch deal. The menu features traditional dim sum and other Cantonese classics, sometimes with a twist, where guests can expect the likes of mala xiao long bao, prawn har gao, Hokkaido scallop and asparagus cheung fun, and prawn toast with sweet chilli sauce.

A free-flow package is also available, which includes cocktails such as the Bellini, Americano and Artichoke Smash, alongside wines, craft beers, ciders and more. Music is a huge part of the Foxglove experience, and during the brunch DJ duo Bad Times Disco will be spinning a number of genres, from synth-pop and bossa nova, to Baleàric and soul.

When: Available every weekend from 12pm to 6pm

Price: HK$400 per person, an additional HK$200 for the free-flow drinks package

23. Club Rangoon

What: Showcasing the best of their signature Burmese dishes, Club Rangoon's Sagaw Hta Min Brunch is all about variety. Start with a platter of street food appetisers––inspired by Yangon––and a sharing dish of Shan Khout Swel, a comforting chicken dish from Northern Myanmar. Each diner can choose one signature curry as part of their brunch, which is served Burmese-style creamed corn, morning glory, balachaung and rice. End your meal with Burmese tea ice cream and banana crumble, washed down with free-flow pineapple shady, 'Bloody Thiris'––the restaurant's spin on a Bloody Mary––and salted lemonade. 

When: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 12pm to 4pm 

Price: HK$358 for food, HK$128 for free-flow Seedlip cocktails, salted lemonade and Burmese iced tea, HK$238 for free-flow house wine, Club Rangoon shandy, house spirits and alcoholic slushies, HK$428 for free-flow Möet & Chandon champagne. 


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