I’m a sucker for a Hong Kong Brunch. In fact, it’s arguably my favorite meal of the week. Think stacks on stacks of gooey warm-maple-syrup-drenched-soft-fluffy goodness (okay, pancakes), or a glorious combination of poached eggs, Canadian bacon and hollandaise, complete with warm coffee. Here we’ve scoped out our favorite places to go for a healthy-ish Sunday brunch to feed the body and the soul!
Green Waffle reminds me of breakfast in NYC. From insta-worthy waffles to hearty servings of pasta and skillets, Green Waffle is the literal definition of American comfort (brunch) food.
Try out their “make your own omelette” for your protein needs, avocado scrambled eggs tartine, cajun chicken quesadillas and newly-added smoothie bowls.
Located at: G/F, Kar Ho Building, 35-39 Graham Street Central
A British take on what Sunday brunch should look and taste like, Brunch Club and Supper serves up classic brunch dishes in a laid-back, cozy environment. Just what Sunday mornings should be like.
Sample their smoked salmon, potato, tomato, onion, parmesan cheese and dill egg white frittata and Brunch Club croque-monsieur. A plethora of vegetarian options to choose from.
Located at: G F, 70 Peel Street, SOHO, Central
Yum cha with a vegetarian twist on it so you can satisfy your cravings without compromising on flavor, or your waistline. Pure Veggie House’s dim sum is vegetarian and so exquisite even the biggest meat-lover will want to chow down on.
If you like tofu make sure to try out their seaweed-wrapped tofu rolls, or wild mushroom steamed dumplings!
Located at: 3/F, Coda Plaza, 51 Garden Road, Mid-Levels
Sunday mornings won’t be the same without a warm cuppa. One of the more affordable brunch places around the area, Hazel & Hershey is an adorable neighborhood cafe just quiet and comfy enough for when you’re hoping to get some work done. Aside from coffee they have a cute dessert selection to match.
Give any of their muffins and coffees a try.
Located at: Shop 3, 69 Peel, Central