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Best Family-Friendly Brunches In Hong Kong

Weekends Just Got A Whole Lot Better

Best family brunches in Hong Kong Little Steps Asia

You know when the weekend is here when it’s brunch time! Going to brunch with the family is a jolly good reason to get glammed up, get the kids in their ‘Sunday best,’ enjoy deliciously dry bubbles or other free-flow favorites, have a cheat day, and spoil yourselves. Little Steps has scoured the city for their top brunches that a family-friendly. The choices are virtually endless, with venues ranging from boho beaches to inner-city urban vibes.

  • Zuma best family brunches Hong Kong Little Steps Asia

    Zuma

    Authentic But Far From Traditional

    Zuma has to be a firm contender as a favorite brunch destination. Set in one of Hong Kong’s most celebrated shopping and entertainment addresses, Zuma finds home in The Landmark Atrium. The ingredients are authentic, but the dishes are far from traditional. Bold, intense flavors offer you a twist on traditional Japanese izakaya dining. Designed for sharing, Zuma weekend brunches can be accompanied with free-flow bubbles or iced tea. The drinks pair perfectly with pork gyoza with coriander and spicy wafu sauce, premium Japanese wagyu miyazaki sirloin, and shiitake mushroom croquettes with truffle and ao-nori. An impressive deluxe dessert platter for the table is served to share and includes fresh fruit and ice cream. The kids can choose from a main dish from the menu or hot udon chicken noodles.

    When? Saturday and Sunday

    What time? 11.00 to 14.45

    Free Flow? Two and a half hours

    How Much? Kids HK$350, adults from HK$758 to $2,288 per person

    Zuma, Level 5 and 6 Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, + 852 3657 6388, https://zumarestaurant.com/locations/hong-kong/

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    Duddell’s

    The Salon Brunch

    If you fancy an arty brunch, then get dressed up and head to Dudell’s gorgeous salon and garden terrace in the heart of Central. The homely backdrop is ideal for bubbly-based brunches with free-flow Veuve Clicquot, Ruinart Blanc or Krug, Bellinis, Mimosas, and Aperol Spritz. The carefully curated cocktail menu has interesting mixes with oolong and over 150-year-old recipes. Enjoy the freshest all-day dim sum, including the secret recipe for Duddell’s shrimp dumpling, their tender sauteed cuttlefish with fresh vegetables, and the light almond cream and egg white dessert. Duddell's has an urban vibe and hosts regular exhibitions and a permanent fine art collection.

    When? Saturday and Sunday, and public holidays

    What time? 12.00 to 15.00

    Free Flow? Two and a half hours

    How Much? Kids HK$250, adults from HK$888 to $1,988 per person

    Duddell’s, Level 3, Shanghai Tang Mansion, 1 Duddell Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2525 9191, https://www.duddells.co/

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    Aqua

    Brunch With A View

    Aqua is one of Hong Kong’s most vogueish rooftop bars and restaurants that occupies the 29th and 30th floors of the One Peking building in Kowloon. The floor-to-ceiling windows give diners extraordinary views across the city, the harbor, and further out to sea. The sophisticated interiors are bold and feature chandeliers, brass detailing, and custom leather seating. The menu includes some of their delicacies: pork gyoza with sour ponzu and garlic chips, black truffle thin crust pizza, Italian pancetta with rosemary roasted potatoes, and nduja green beans or tempura platter with tiger prawns, zucchini flower, and Japanese whiting fish. A sharing dessert platter finishes off brunch perfectly. Aqua is serving early and non-stop afternoon brunches. The resident DJ will set the tone each Saturday.

    When? Saturday, Sunday, and public holidays

    What time? 11.00 to 13.00 and 13.00 to 16.30

    Free Flow? As above

    How Much? Early brunch food only HK$588, free flow HK$688, non-stop brunch KH$788 food only, free flow HK$988, kids 5 -12 HK$498, under 5 complimentary

    Aqua,  H Center, 17/F, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, aqua.com.hk

  • Holt's best family brunches in Hong Kong Little Steps Asia

    Holt’s Café

    Thai Sundays

    Set in glorious Rosewood, Holt’s Café provides an upscale and contemporary take on Hong Kong’s traditional Cha Chaan Teng culture with homey, comforting local and international cuisine in their stylish parlor. Each Sunday, Holt’s Café is host to a deliciously (sometimes firey) Thai-inspired brunch. Start with a family-style sharing dish of the freshest half Boston lobster, oysters, mud crabs, king prawns, and Thai dipping sauce. Time to pace yourself with the endless stream of the ultimate light plates with yum som-o, som tum Thai, and tod mun pla red curry fish cakes with crispy hot basil. There is a choice of soup before you choose a main course from numerous Thai family favorites, including pad kra pao and pla tod sam ros, deep-fried sea bass with a three-flavored sauce, and crispy kaffir lime leaves. Dessert quite simply has to be khao niaow ma muang, sticky rice, with fresh Thai mango and coconut milk.

    When? Sunday

    What time? 12.00 to 17.00 (two sittings)

    Free Flow? Two hours

    How Much? Brunch HK598 per person, HK$128 freeflow juice or Singha Thai beer, HK$268 freeflow prosecco, house red or white wine.

    Holt's Café, Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, https://www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/hong-kong/dining/holts-cafe

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    TokyoLima

    Peru Meets Tokyo

    One of a kind, TokyoLima is in the heart of Central and serves Peruvian Nikkei cuisine in a buzzy izakaya setting. You and your family can enjoy a yummy Japan-meets-Puru Raymi brunch. Pair your brunch with champagne or standard free flow with prosecco, wines, cocktails, sake, and beer. Enjoy the unique choices of sharing dishes from the Nikkei ice bowl, including ceviche Clasico with perfectly cooked sea bass, the tuna and watermelon tartare, or the Little Steps favorite, the tuna and hamachi nigiri with spicy mint chimichurri and beetroot mayo. There’s a comprehensive veggie menu and a raw bar. The yummy mains are from Peru, such as the lobster acechicada; lobster with chili butter. Ice cream, fresh fruits, and chocolate mousse round up this extraordinary experience nicely! Kids even have their own menu! The kids will love the colorful Kid’s Corner with a sweet station and a self-service popcorn machine!

    When? Saturday, Sunday, and public holidays

    What time? 11.30 to 17.30

    Free Flow? Two and a half hours

    How Much? Brunch HK$398, kids HK$198, free-flow Champagne HK$398, and standard HK$198

    TokyoLima, G/F, 18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2811 1152, info@tokyolima.hktokyolima.HK

  • Foxglove best family brunches Hong Kong Little Steps Asia

    Foxglove

    Secretive Speakeasy-Inspired Brunches

    Foxglove is a fun and contemporary speakeasy-inspired restaurant and bar concealed behind an umbrella shop selling handmade Fox Umbrellas from England. The umbrellas are presented in beautiful brass-edged cabinets that provide a smokescreen for their fictional character Frank Minza, a death-defying English adventurer with a taste for rare spirits and bold cuisine. The exciting weekend jazz brunch dishes up dim sum delicacies and an unsurpassable freeflow cocktail menu. Try the Shanghai xiao long bao pork soup dumplings paired with the extravagant artichoke smash cocktail featuring herbal Cynar, mint, grapefruit, and sweet demerara. The cheeseburger spring roll and Hokkaido scallop and asparagus cheung fun is rather delicous.  Top tapping tunes include Baleàric, boogie, and Bossa Nova from Foxglove's resident and visiting DJs. Kids can dine from the a la carte menu.

    When? Saturday and public holidays

    What time? 12.00 to 17.00

    Free Flow? Two hours

    How Much? Brunch and freeflow HK$750 per person. Children as priced on a la carte menu

    Foxglove, 2/F, Printing House, 6 Duddell Street, Central, Hong Kong, +8522116 8949, reservation@foxglovehk.com, www.mingfathouse.com/foxglove

  • Madame Fù's best family brunches Hong Kong Little Steps Asia

    Madame Fù's

    Unlimited Peking Duck

    Madame Fù’s is a beautiful contemporary Chinese restaurant located in the Tai Kwun heritage compound, offering a range of delicious signature dishes such as Chinese dim sum, truffle chicken, soups, desserts, and more. Innovative menus include Guangzhou classics with kids' favorites like Madame Fù's golden pork belly with mustard and Sichuan chili chicken. Madame Fù’s brunch features a range of Chinese classics with unlimited Peking duck and freshly made dim sum, including crystal shrimp dumpling, seafood and honey pea dumpling, and char siu bao. There are also all-time favorites for your main course, such as Sichuan wok-fried shrimps and firecracker chicken. Two different menus cater to gluten-free and vegan diners. Finish brunch with a scrummy ice cream sundae.

    When? Friday to Sunday and public holidays

    What time? 11.00 to 17.00, last orders at 16.00, duck station opens at 12.00

    Free Flow? Two or three hours

    How Much? Non-alcoholic HK$580, children HK$290, standard free flow two hours HK$789, three hours HK$930, premium free flow two hours HK$980, three hours HK$1,230, per person

    Madame Fu, 3/F, Barrack Block, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2114 2118,  www.madamefu.com.hk

  • Little Bao best family brunches Hong Kong Little Steps Asia

    Little Bao

    Foodie-Loving Hipsters

    Multi-award-winning May Chow and her Little Bao have served foodie-loving hipsters on the Hong Kong scene for almost a decade. She serves a selection of internationally influenced baos and comfort plates in Causeway Bay and Soho. Little Bao is all about sharing and togetherness, bringing foodies together with its casual and playful dining experience. May is widely considered one of the most dynamic and respected global culinary figures. You might recognize her for she has appeared on popular TV programs such as Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown, MasterChef Asia, MasterChef UK, and Top Chef. For a gorgeously chilled brunch and tasty food, Little Bao is perfect. Choose from the brunch menu, which is priced individually for caramelized thick-cut brioche toast with French custard, a crispy sugar crust, maple syrup, cocoa powder, and seasonal berries, the prawn toast, breakfast bao, or the Little Steps favorite, the crab benny with griddled golden cajun crab and avo salad with a Japanese Talyouran egg. Add individual drinks or free-flow bubbles, house wine, or beer.

    When? Saturday and Sunday

    What time? 12.00 to 15.00

    Free Flow? Two and a half hours

    How Much? From HK$108 to HK$288 for food and HK$198 for free flow

    Little Bao, Causeway Bay, Shop H1, GF, Fashion Walk, Causeway Bay or Soho, 1-3 Shin Hing Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 6794 8414, https://www.little-bao.com

  • The Grill best family brunches Hong Kong Little Steps Asia

    The Grill

    Poolside Brunch

    The Grill is set amidst the lush gardens surrounding the pool of the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Island and faces the world-famous Victoria Harbour. The alfresco restaurant offers a smorgasbord of refreshing salads, grilled premium quality meat and seafood, and mouth-watering desserts every weekend. Choose from two free-flow packages with sparkling wine or champagne. Chill out to the summery tunes from the DJ. If you want to enjoy the recreational facilities, including the pool, purchase a day pass from Plateau Spa in advance.

    When? Saturday and Sunday

    What time? 11.30 to 15.00

    Free Flow? Three and a half hours

    How Much? Kids HK$328, adults HK$658 per person

    The Grill, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, +852 2588 1234, 1 Harbour Road, Hong Kong, https://www.hongkong.grand.hyattrestaurants.com/restaurants-and-bars/the-grill/

  • Hutong best family brunches Hong Kong Little Steps Asia

    Hutong

    Time-Worn Rickshaws

    Hutong gloriously nods to Northern China with inspiration from the Sichuan and Shandong provinces. The interiors are really fun and centered around old hutongs, or alleyways of old China with elegantly carved stone archways and wooden screens, antique metal-studded old-wood doors, billowing rich silk curtains, and time-worn rickshaws. The comprehensive menu is served to the table with appetizers, including seared scallops with termite mushrooms. The sharing dishes are made for two and carry an additional price (Little Steps thinks it's worth the treat), with specials such as the seafood platter and aromatic Peking duck. Savor the unlimited dim sum plates and main courses; remember to leave room for dessert! The weekend brunch has two sittings, one for the early birds and the non-stop brunch with free-flow champagne, sake, cocktails, and beer.

    When? Saturday and Sunday

    What time? 11.30 to 15.00 and 13.30 to 18.00

    Free Flow? As above

    How Much? Early free-flow brunch HK$688 (HK$588 food only), non-stop free-flow brunch HK$988 (HK$788 food only). Luxury packages are available at a premium.

    Hutong, 18/F, H Center, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, +852 3428 8342, https://hutong.com.hk/

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