#legendeats: 5 indulgent weekend champagne brunches in Hong Kong
By: Gloria Fung
November 5, 2021
Weekends are for rest and relaxation; what better way to do it with a few friends and an endless supply of champagne at brunch
Felix, The Peninsula
Enjoy fresh seafood and seasonal main courses alongside HongKong’ss beautiful Victoria Harbour view at Felix. Every Sunday and on celebratory public holidays, guests can spend up to three and a half hours feasting on the delicious offerings plus the option to upgrade to 2 hours of free flow of Ruinart Blanc de Blancs champagne.
The Lounge, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong
Cosy and laid back, The Lounge is the perfect backdrop for a casual Sunday Champagne Brunch. Request a seat near the floor-to-ceiling windows so you can get a slice of the city’s view alongside your glasses of champagne. The buffet offers a range of goodies from Boston lobsters and king crab legs to premium caviar and pan-fried duck foie gras and, need we say, plenty of champagne for everyone. The caving station serves up ribeye steak and New Zealand lamb rack, right alongside a selection of hot dishes. Wrap up the meal with an assortment of sweet treats from the dessert spread.
Located in LKF tower with a view overlooking the central cityscape, the Porterhouse is the perfect place to kickstart a weekend of city exploration. The Seafood Spectacular Porterhouse Brunch, as the name suggests, features a medley of fresh oysters, lobsters and other shellfish. There’s also an impressive selection of salads, from leafy greens to Asian-inspired, plus a number of hot dishes and a carvery station. Wrap up the afternoon with a sampling of homemade cakes, tarts and ice cream. Be sure to upgrade your weekend experience with a free flow of Taittinger Brut Reserve champagne. The Porterhouse brunch is available on both Saturdays and Sundays.
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MO Bar, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental
On weekends and public holidays, head to MO Bar between 11:30 to 3:30 for their seasonal brunch. Currently on the menu is the Autumn Wine Harvest Brunch, featuring shared appetisers, a selection of main courses and a dessert platter. Expect to sample a number of dishes created with seasonal ingredients along with brunch classics like Lobster Eggs Benedict and prime sirloin steak. Aside from its selection of free-flow sustainable and organic wines, there’s also the option of endless Moët & Chandon champagne and cocktails.
Bostonian Seafood & Grill, The Langham
Spend four hours sampling everything from seafood on ice and the scrumptious dessert spread at The Langham‘s Weekend Champagne Brunch at Bostonian Seafood & Grill. The guests can get a taste of the renowned steakhouse’s roast beef, served from the carving trolley, along with a selection of made-to-order main dishes. The brunch is served with the option of free-flow drinks, including an endless pour of Perrier-Jouët Blason Grand Brut and Rosé.