With a glut of public holidays, the onset of cooler weather, and continued travel restrictions, what more is a food lover expected to do than to round up a few hungry friends and while away the days with that most sacred of meals, the brunch? From the swamp specialties of New Orleans to the pungent flavours of Myanmar, keep reading for where you should get your next brunch fix this fall.
What: Beautiful harbour views and great value make Alto's new Sky High Brunch Club menu a sure winner in our books. The meal commences with an unlimited supply of starters and salads, including bonito fried duck leg served with watermelon salad; smoked mackerel salad; and smoked and spiced steak tartare served with crispy tortilla chips on the side.
Next, the seafood section offers a choice of monsoon river prawn with comeback sauce, or half Boston lobster with smoked shiso butter and mixed salad for an extra HK$188. Mains include yellow spring chicken served with coleslaw salad, "fish and chips" with bonito fried halibut, baby back ribs with Iberico collar and Josper baked pineapple, or a classic English roast with beef with trimmings for an additional HK$128. For dessert, choose from sticky toffee pudding, peaches topped with vanilla ice cream, or almond choux with praline crème mousseline.
Price: HK$488 per person, with optional HK$228 free flow add-on
When: Every Saturday and Sunday from 11.30am to 3pm