Who is hungry? Little Eats is our new series focused on food and family! Each month, we will give you and your little foodies inspiration on where to breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dine with the family. What’s more, we are throwing in a few recommendations for date night and coffee too.
Filling a much-needed void in the Clearwater Bay area, St. Bart's has opened offering a breakfast option in the area. Set in the new development (Mount Pavilions) on Clearwater Bay Road, St. Bart's is an indoor/outdoor venue that is both adult and kid-friendly! Open at 7am every day, this is a fabulous place to grab a yummy breakfast or coffee before or after school drop-off.
St. Bart's Clearwater Bay, Shop 1 on G/F Retail Block of Mount Pavilia 663 Clearwater Bay Road, Hong Kong, +852 2791 1189, firstname.lastname@example.org
Not a newcomer, but certainly a delicious one! The Optimist Sunday brunch offers a Spanish style dining experience and is fantastic for kids too. Mom and dad can enjoy free flow sangria and delights from the sea. Kids have their own kids menu to enjoy, activities, and movies on iPads too. Highchairs are available too. Score one for family brunching!
The Optimist, 239 Hennessy Road, G/F, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 2433 3324, http://theoptimist.hk/
Located in an alleyway and built on a budget, this haven of burgers, milkshakes and fries draws the crowds. This cult destination in Sai Ying Pun is a fantastic place to take the kids for a healthy burger! Handcrafted using the best ingredients, you can rest assured that this is probably the healthiest burger in town. Bread Elements buns and hormone free grass fed beef are combined with made from scratch sauces, seasonings, components. Yum!
Electric Avenue, LG/F, Tai Yik House, 27-29 First Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, +852 2858 8883, http://electricave.com.hk/
There’s a new destination for coffee, breakfast, or a midday pick-me-up in the Mid-Levels. Elephant Grounds’ new Caine Road location has two outdoor seating areas, plus a handful of indoor tables and bar seating (translation: the kids won’t be cramped). Eats include something for everyone—from a quinoa and veggie-packed breakfast bowl to peanut butter banana toast, grilled cheese, and miso Caesar salad.
Elephant Grounds, 61 Caine Road, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong, +852 2535 7155, http://elephantgrounds.com
The first Michelin starred ramen restaurant has arrived in Hong Kong! If you are not afraid of waiting in line to get your noodles, this new hot spot offers incredible food at a rockin' price-tag! They only serve 400 bowls a day, so be prepared for a wait. There are 20 tables at the bar to enjoy your selection of shio (salt-based), shoyu (soy-based) and miso ramen. Yummy!
Tsuta, Shop 2, G/F, 18 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/TsutaHongKong/