Epic Boozy Brunches in Hong Kong

Veronica Yoo
2 February, 2021

Brunch is quickly becoming the new dinner! While a lot of us have come to believe it as a cool and hip dining trend, its origin began in the late nineties. A hybrid of breakfast and lunch, it’s the perfect meal for when you’re not feeling too hungry but craving some really good food. On top of that, everyone knows that food tastes even better when you’re downing some bubbles so here are some of our favorite boozy brunch spots you can find here in the 852!

Madame Fù Grand Café Chinois

This isn’t your typical brunch its modern and elegant with an Asian twist.  With Madame Fù’s carefully curated Cantonese brunch menu, you’ll be swooped by the beautiful décor and timeless dishes amongst local Dim Sum favorites. Feast on unlimited Peking Duck and selection of Dim Sum for HK$550. That’s not all, appetizers such as Madame Fù’s signature Iberico Char Siu and Mains will be served to make your brunch a hearty one. To booze it up a notch, add on HK$200 to enjoy a fine selection of wine, bubbles, and classic cocktails or take your brunch to another level with their deluxe drinks (add on HK$400) to enjoy an even wider variety of drinks to accompany your brunch. 

Madame Fù – Grand Café Chinois; 3rd floor, Barrack Block, Tai Kwun, No. 10 Hollywood Road, Central; +852 2114 2118; Available on Saturday & Sunday from 11am – 6pm

Club Rangoon

If you’re looking to try out new flavours and delicacies, you’re in for a treat at Hong Kong’s one and only Burmese restaurant, Club Rangoon. Get an authentic taste of Burma with the Hta Min Wine Brunch menu (HK$700) translating to ‘traditional dining table’. With a lavish spread of over 10 plates, this generous brunch offers selection of Club Rangoon’s signature dishes, starting with Lahpet Thoke – a traditional fermented tea leaf salad and ending with Burmese Tea Ice Cream with Banana Crumble. In between you’ll also be served hearty mains including their bestseller, the Mohinga and choices of curries. Pair the flavours with add-on free flow at HK$190 to enjoy two cocktails, Snake Hunter and Fernet Hunter, along with wines, beers and non-alcoholic beverages to make the most out of your brunch experience.

Club Rangoon; 33 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong; +852 2503 3077; Available all day on weekend and public holidays


Brunch is typically served during the weekend, but one of Hong Kong’s favorite speakeasy bar Stockton will be providing you brunch options alongside various cocktails all day! For HK$158 per head, you can order a salivating starter, a filling main and a creamy dessert! If you want to know what our orders would be, you can’t go wrong with the Crispy Chicken with Chili Aioli for starters and a juicy tender Fish & Chips, to top it off a cheesecake too! Like we mentioned, it’s not an epic brunch without some booze. For an added HK$220 you can enjoy two hours of free flow of a selection of drink, including Stockton’s award-winning cocktail Sin Tax!

Stockton; 32 Wyndham Street, Central; +852 2565 5268; Available all day from 12pm


There’s no denying that the view across Victoria Harbour from Aqua is breath-taking. Now imagine taking in the view while indulging in the finest Italian and Japanese dishes. Now that’s what we call a cutting-edge brunch experience. Aqua’s Because It’s Winter Light Brunch is bringing you a four-course menu (HK$298) including a plate of the freshest sashimi and assorted pizza and palate-cleansing selection of ice-creams, sorbets and fresh fruit. Alongside, enjoy a 1.5-hour free flow to enjoy various cocktails and bubbles for an added price depending on the package!

Aqua; 29th floor, One Peking, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 3427 2288; Available Wednesday to Friday 11:30am to 5:00pm 

La Rambla 

Tapas, tapas, tapas! The best part of Spanish cuisine! With La Rambla’s Sunday Brunch (HK$550), you can enjoy an unlimited selection of Chorizo, Spanish cheese, Salchichón and more while enjoying a carnivorous main course from suckling pig to striploin to share amongst two people. It’s not a true Spanish experience without Paellas which will be made to order from three options: Iberico Pork Belly, Tiger Prawns and Asparagus and Seasonal Mushroom. Complete your brunch experience with La Rambla’s free flow options starting from HK$380 including your classic brunch cocktails such as Bloody Mary, Sangrias and the classic Veuve Clicquot!

La Rambla; 3071-73 Level 3, IFC Mall, Central; +852 2661 1161; Available on Sunday from 11:00am to 5:00pm 


 A sophisticated twist on the Japanese izakaya style of informal eating and drinking, Zuma is bringing a Japanese take on Brunch. Their weekend brunch menu includes a selection of seasonal dishes including hot and cold starters such as tempura and sashimi. Then devour a selection of one main course from meat to fish options. To finish, enjoy a deluxe dessert platter for the table with some fresh fruits and ice creams. Also, if champagne tickles your fancy, consider their 2.5 hours champagne free-flow packages starting from HK$988 per person. We can’t go into many details as all the ingredients are seasonal and subject to change, so make sure you contact the reservation team for details! Now that’s what we call a bespoke brunch experience! 

Zuma; Landmark Level 5&6 16 Queen’s Road, Central; +852 3657 6388; Available on Saturday & Sunday

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