Set in the central area of the city, Alchemy restaurant and lounge is a place where guests can enjoy brunch in one of their cosy corners. With old books lining the walls (below), the venue takes diners on a culinary journey with their set menu which changes often but includes a good selection of seafood and meat dishes all-year round.
HK$288 (US$37.10 for the food package), HK$350 (bottomless Champagne). Saturdays and Sundays, 12.30pm-3.30pm. G/F, 16 Arbuthnot Rd, Central.
You’ll be spoiled for choice at the Champagne brunch the Clipper Lounge serves up. Set inside the Mandarin Oriental hotel, the restaurant – furnished with mink, taupe and mandarin hues – has a menu that just seems to go on and on with noodles, cheeses, sushi, seafood (above), greens and baked goods, plus egg and carving stations to name just a few.
HK$378 (children’s package), HK$688 (bottomless Champagne package). Sundays, 11.30am-3pm. 5 Connaught Rd, Central.
The Argentine restaurant is famed around the world for its succulent steak cuts and animal print interior. Dishes on the menu go from granola and yoghurt to eggs florentine to oven baked chorizo sausage. End it on a sweet note by diving into a stack of blueberry pancakes drizzled in honey or chowing down on churros in dulce de leche dipping sauce.
HK$100 (children aged 4-12 package), HK$600 (bottomless cocktails and Champagne). Sundays, 11am-4pm. 5/F, LHT Tower, 31 Queen’s Rd, Central.
For an al fresco brunch, The Grill at The Grand Hyatt serves up fresh seafood and salads, making a healthy alternative easy for conscious eaters. The setting is a poolside restaurant which overlooks the Victoria Harbour and those who go all out for the foodie experience can select from a menu of breakfast items, char-grilled dishes and tasty desserts.
HK$269 (children’s package), HK$538 (adult package). Additional HK$218 for bottomless beer, wine and sparkling wine cocktails. Saturdays and Sundays, 11.30am-3pm. 11/F, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Rd.
Located in the Landmark, the Because Brunch at Armani/Aqua serves up unlimited starters such as antipasti and fresh sushi, then mains come in serving platters – think grilled salmon with truffled tartare sauce or roasted lamb with mashed potatoes. End the experience with a sweet selection which includes molten lava cake, panna cotta and tiramisu.
HK$448 (food package), additional HK$100 (soft drinks package), HK$598 (Champagne and cocktails package). 2/F, Landmark Chater (Chater House), 8 Connaught Rd, Central.