Good Eating Edit: S&S Hospitality’s diverse brunch options in Hong Kong, from sky-high dining at Alto and Brazilian BBQ at Braza, to Indian classics at Bombay Dreams and an Italian buffet at Spiga
- Have an antipasti buffet at Boticario Bar & Grill in Tsim Sha Tsui, a Parisian feast at Bouchon Bistro Français in Central, or eat Italian at The Peak’s Fiamma
- The Harbourside Grill at Ocean Terminal offers a weekend lunch with views, while Monsoon at Elements shopping mall serves up Thai classics in a luxury setting
S&S Hospitality takes brunch seriously, offering a wide selection of lunch deals for guests to spend an enjoyable weekend afternoon at their restaurants.
Alto Bar & Grill’s Sky High Brunch menu, priced at HK$488, starts with openers such as spicy smoked steak tartare that guests can enjoy throughout meal. Next comes a choice of cold seafood or 18-month aged Parma ham for the middle course, with dishes such as miso and chilli glazed cod for the main course, topped off with dessert.
For a fun and interactive brunch experience, head to Braza Churrascaria in Lan Kwai Fong for Brazilian barbecue. Throughout the meal, guests can expect servings of barbecued chorizo, chicken drumettes seasoned with rocoto chilli, carved slices of the restaurant’s signature picanha (rump) steak and more brought to their table, all for HK$318 per guest.
If you are craving quality Indian food then Bombay Dreams is the place to go, with the much-loved restaurant, an institution in Hong Kong for 20 years, offering a brunch buffet for HK$238.
Live music and hearty food go hand in hand at Argentinian restaurant Boticario Bar & Grill in Tsim Sha Tsui Centre, whose brunch experience starts at HK$178 for an antipasti buffet featuring salad, cold cuts, cheese, desserts and more.
Bouchon Bistro Français transports guests to Paris for the afternoon, with a brunch menu that offers French favourites such as charcuterie, onion soup or escargot as hors d’oeuvres. This is followed by classics such as steak frites or mussels cooked in white wine for the plats principaux, and desserts such as crème brûlée or a tarte du jour.
Fiamma at The Peak Galleria focuses on comforting Italian dishes executed to fine dining standards, where guests can savour a vitello tonnato, pappardelle with duck ragu or seafood risotto during a leisurely lunch, paired with a glass of Italian white or red wine.
The weekend brunch at Spiga is a luxurious affair, where guests can feast on a buffet of Italian cold cuts, salads, fresh seafood and desserts for HK$428, as well as dishes such as house-made tagiolini pasta with Oscietra caviar and beef tartare for an additional cost.
The Harbourside Grill at Ocean Terminal is known for its modern dishes with a French twist, along with sweeping views of Victoria Harbour. Its HK$488 weekend lunch features starters such as curried mussel soup, with brunch classics such as eggs Benedict for the main course, ending with a fruit platter to share and dessert options such as strawberry mousse or apple tarte Tatin.
For a different brunch experience, Monsoon at Elements mall dishes up Southeast Asian specialities such as Malaysian snapper curry served with rice and green mango salad, or stir-fried minced chicken with holy basil.
These brunch offerings are just the tip of the iceberg, with all the restaurants under the S&S Hospitality umbrella dedicated to introducing new dishes and drinks regularly, so they continue to offer unique, quality experiences to all guests.