Oyster & Wine Bar When: Sundays (noon to 3pm). Food: Offers unlimited oysters, followed by a main course ordered from the menu (think burgers, egg specialties and other brunch staples). To finish, choose from the dessert buffet station, which features millefeuille, cheesy treats, freshly baked profiteroles and mini hot soufflés. Drinks: Free-flow Ayala Brut Majeur champagne and wines. Price: $728 for free-flow wines and champagne, $928 for free-flow rosé, $1,128 for free-flow vintage champagne. 18/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2732-6945. 208 Duecento Otto When: Saturdays (noon to 3pm), Sundays (10am to 4pm). Food: The a la carte brunch menu includes a selection of egg specialties such as Benedict and Florentine as well as sweeter options like granola and toasted brioche. There is also a wide assortment of side dishes to choose from. Drinks: Free-flow prosecco, red and white wine, and draft Peroni at $250. Price: A la carte brunch, with mains ranging from $100 to $190. 208 Hollywood Rd., Sheung Wan, 2549-0208. The Principal When: Sundays (noon to 2:30 pm). Food: Starts with a selection of freshly blended juices, yogurt mousse and a platter of cold cuts and cheeses. Mains include The Principal’s signature slow-cooked 63-degree egg, which is heated for 45 minutes to retain a creamy consistency. The dessert bar includes several chocolates, creams, nuts and features a specialty of churros con chocolate. Drinks: Free-flow Aubry champagne, mineral water, red and white wine, Brooklyn lager, Harney & Sons tea and Graffeo coffee. Add $80 for a signature Gazpacho-style Bloody Mary. Price: $590 without booze, $690 free-flow drinks package. 9 Star St., Wan Chai, 2563-3444. The Lobby When: Saturdays and Sundays (9am to 1pm). Food: The deluxe brunch menu includes classics such as eggs Benedict, a chargrilled breakfast burger and black cod fillet with parmesan. Drinks: Comes with a glass of Ruinart blanc de blancs champagne; $88 per additional glass. Price: $428 with one glass of champagne, $688 for free-flow champagne. The Peninsula, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2696-6772. Blue Butcher When: Sundays (noon to 3:30pm). Food: Steak-themed brunch designed by chef Danny Chaney. Diners can expect a starters buffet spread with foie gras and Belgian waffle cooking stations. The main course comes with a prime cut of meat, featuring the in-house dry-aged bone-in roasted prime rib. Drinks: Free-flow prosecco or Veuve Clicquot. Price: $390 without booze, $570 for free-flow prosecco, $670 for free-flow Veuve. 108 Hollywood Rd., Sheung Wan, 2613-9286. The French Window When: Sundays (noon to 9pm). Food: The semi-buffet brunch includes a choice selection of sausages, cold cuts, cheese, salads, and dessert. The buffet features seafood including oysters, lobsters, and crabs. The French Window offers an a la carte menu of everything from seafood to pasta. Drinks: Free-flow sparkling wine (noon to 4pm). Price: $598 per adult. Shop 3101, 3/F, IFC Mall, 8 Finance St., Central, 2393-3812. Lupa When: Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays (noon to 3pm). Food: A wide selection of main courses includes pizza, egg specialties, pork hash, penne and paninis. Enjoy brunch while listening to a live jazz band. Drinks: Free-flow Bollinger champagne, bottomless brunch cocktails such as Aperol Spritzes and Bloody Marys, as well as signature Italian beer and wines. Price: $388 without booze, $588 for two-hour free-flow beverages. 3/F, LHT Tower, 31 Queen’s Rd. Central, 2796-6500. The Parlour When: Saturdays and Sundays (11am to 2:30pm). Food: The semi-buffet includes appetizers, salads and seafood. Diners choose their main course from the a la carte menu that includes risotto, sea bass, mushroom velouté, and steak. Drinks: Free-flow champagne, juice and soft drinks. Price: $638 per adult. Hullett House, 2 Canton Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 3988-0101. Top Deck When: Saturdays (11am to 3pm), Sundays and public holidays (11am to 4pm). Food: This all-you-can-eat buffet-style brunch has unlimited food and drinks for all diners. Top Deck has several food stations, including a grill and sashimi bar. Special offers include Peking duck, and fresh mussels. Drinks: Free-flow Clair Diamant Blanc de Blancs N.V., Le Saint Andre Rosé wine, Santa Carolina Sauvignon Blanc white wine, sodas, juices, coffee and tea. Price: Saturdays, $258 without booze, $358 for free-flow drinks package. Sundays and public holidays, $488 including free-flow drinks. Top Floor, Jumbo Kingdom, Shum Wan Pier Drive, Aberdeen, 2552-3331. Zuma When: Saturdays (noon to 3pm), Sundays (11am to 1pm and 1:30pm to 3pm). Food: The Zuma Baikingu brunch showcases an izakaya style of informal eating and drinking. Diners start at the robata counter of grilled vegetables, chicken wings, fresh oysters and tofu. Main dishes come in six choices of udon, tempura, chicken, steak and, of course, a sushi and sashimi counter. Drinks: Free-flow Veuve Clicquot champagne, Zuma Bellinis, sake and white and red wine. Price: $490 without booze, $590 for free-flow drinks package. 5/F, 6/F, 15 Queen’s Rd. Central, 3657-6388. Tott’s When: Sundays (11:30am to 3pm). Food: All the brunch classics, including a cold seafood station and roast beef with Yorkshire pudding. Diners can also order a hot main course from a selected menu. Think posh eggs Benedict, lamb chops or foie gras. Drinks: Free-flow Billecart-Salmon champagne. Price: $668 for regular, or $808 for rose champange. 281 Gloucester Rd., Causeway Bay, 2837-6786. Lily & Bloom When: Sundays (11am to 4pm). Food: Diners can enjoy a wide selection of appetizers from the buffet table including cheese and cold cuts, an omelet station and seafood bar. Rather than a buffet table, waiters bring around a choice of 14 mains for you to grab, including Caesar salad and pork tenderloin. Drinks: Free-flow bellinis and Bloody Marys. Price: $250 without booze, $350 for free-flow Bellini. 5/F & 6/F LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham St., Central, 2810-6166. Hugo’s When: Sundays (11:30am to 3pm) Food: Features a range of seafood on ice and a fine selection of cold cuts, salads, cheeses, home-made bread and assorted morning pastries. Diners can choose from eight egg specialties or main courses prepared on the open grill. A range of homemade desserts includes cheesecakes, tarts, crumbles, macarons, profiteroles, and traditional French pastries. Drinks: Free-flow champagne, and red and white wines. Price: $598 without booze, $748 for free-flow red and white wines, $848 for free-flow champagne. Lobby, Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, 18 Hanoi Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 3721-7733. Roka When: Sundays (11:30am to 3pm) Food: Sunday Brunch includes a semi-buffet of signature salads, sushi and sashimi appetizers, steamed clams and the chef’s unique mushroom rice hot pot. Drinks: Free-flow Mumm’s Champagne or a specialty green tea and pear champagne Bellini. Diners can also choose from a variety of sakes, wines, ROKA’s signature non-alcoholic cleansers or fruit juices. Price: $328 per adult, $598 to upgrade to ‘Premium Brunch.’ Shop 002, Level LG1, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, 3960-5988 . Aqua When : Saturdays and Sundays noon to 3 pm. Food: A range of Japanese and Italian fare, starting with a platter of sushi and sashimi and Parma ham with rocket salad, mozzarella cheese and rock melon. They have two pastas as well as wild mushroom risotto with Parmesan cheese. Mains include pan-fried black pork loin ginger teriyaki as well as a range of fish, chicken and beef dishes. Add $388 for stone-grilled wagyu beef sirloin or $988 for roasted wagyu tomahawk steak. Dessert includes a dessert platter that includes tiramisu and green tea crème brûlée. Drinks: G.H. Mumm Cordon Rouge champagne, red and white wine, Bloody Marys and mimosa cocktails. Price: $398 per adult, $598 for unlimited drinks. 29-30/F, One Peking Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 3427-2288. MO Bar When: Sundays noon to 3 pm (2:15 last order). Food: MO Bar offers a variety of lobster-based dishes, starting with lobster bisque and three choices of salad, including lobster caesar salad. Mains include whole Boston lobster poached in court bouillon (French broth), lobster burger, smoked lobster Benedict and Berkshire pork. Add $180 for truffle fries or lobster mash. There are 10-15 desserts to choose from, including tiramisu, macarons, panna cotta and fruit tarts. Drinks: Free-flow prosecco, R&L Legras Blanc de Blancs’ champagne and a range of coffee and tea such as latte, cappuccino, Earl grey tea and oolong. Price: $588 per person, $698 for free-flow prosecco, $798 for all drinks. Landmark Mandarin Oriental, 15 Queen's Rd. Central, The Landmark, Central, 2132-0077. Café Deco When: Sundays and public holidays 11am to 3pm. Food: Served in a semi-buffet spread, Café Deco offers beef carving, a mountain of seafood, and various hot dishes in western and Asian style. Every diner gets one sea urchin dish. Breakfast selections can also be ordered from the kitchen, from eggs Benedict and eggs Florentine to fried noodles and more. Drinks: Free-flow Clair Diamant Blanc de Blancs N.V., Nugan 3rd Generation Semillion & Chardonnay, Chateau Fontaubert Bordeaux, red and white wine. Price: $468 per adult, $238 per child Level 1-2, The Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Rd., The Peak, 2849-5111. Watermark When: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays 11:30am to 3pm Food: Full buffet style with starters, main and dessert in an unlimited style cuisine. With a beautiful view you can enjoy the variety of food that every buffet should offer; pasta, salads, juices and more. Their specialty hot dish is the foie gras scrambled eggs and sausage that comes highly recommended. Drinks: free-flow sparkling wine. Price: $388 per adult, $538 upgrade to free-flow package. Shop L, Level P, Central Pier 7, Star Ferry, Central, 2167-7251. Nicholini’s When: Sundays 11am to 3pm Food: This semi-buffet style brunch offers appetizers, desserts, and a main course from Nicholini’s a la carte menu. The buffet has a carving station, pasta station, sushi bar, vegetarian dishes and an assortment of international food. Drinks : free-flow juice and champagne Louis Roederer. Price: $838 per head. 8/F, Conrad Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, 2521-3838. Whisk When: Sundays noon to 3pm. Food: The appetizer buffet includes salads, a selection of French cheeses, caviar and vodka, Boston Lobster, seafood with freshly shucked oysters and a carving station with Kintoa pork from the Basque Country. The main course is ordered from the a la carte menu and features their crispy suckling pig with apple. Drinks: Free-flow Veuve Clicquot, house beers and cocktails. Price: $588 per adult, $748 for free-flow champagne and cocktails. 5/F, The Mira Hong Kong, 118 Nathan Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 2315-5999. Domani Ristorante When: Saturdays and Sundays noon to 3pm. Food: The rooftop restaurant at Pacific Place offers a pretty impressive spread in its bright and airy venue, complete with outdoor terrace. The lobster semi-buffet lunch offers—unsurprisingly—a selection of lobsters paired with pasta, soup or pizza, in addition to an antipasti buffet and cold dishes. Drinks: Ferrari sparkling wine, Duvel Belgium beer, softly squeezed juices, mineral water and coffee and tea. Price: $488 per adult. 4/F, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, 2111-1197. Harbourside When: Sundays 11:30am to 3pm. Food: A full buffet with all the buffet classics: salads, sushi, fruits and more. Featuring a vast selection of lobsters, scallops, prawns and crabs. The main dishes are a mixture of western, Chinese and Indian cuisine. Pan-fried foie gras is a specialty dish. Drinks: Free-flow champagne, red and white wine, beer, soft drinks and juice. Price: $788 per adult, $838 for free-flow package. 18 Salisbury Rd., Kowloon, 2313-2323. Cucina When: Sundays 11:30am to 2:30pm. Food: Cucina at the Marco Polo has a huge outdoor terrace and offers a lineup of the usual brunch suspects, including freshly shucked oysters and chilled Boston lobster, as well as firm favorites such as eggs Benedict. You can also order an unlimited amount of crowd-pleasers like meat lasagna and mushroom risotto. Drinks: House wine, champagne, and juices. Price: $448 per adult, $648 for free-flow package. 6/F, Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel, Harbour City, 3-27 Canton Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 2113-0808. Kitchen at the W When: Sundays noon to 3 pm. Food: Tuck into a variety of yogurts (plain, berry, muesli and chocolate muesli) and canapés (salmon, tuna and mozzarella skewers with cherry tomatoes) before the main attraction of fresh seafood. The seafood bar offers oysters, cocktail shrimp, crayfish, Boston lobsters, mussels and Alaskan king crabs. Savory breakfast faves like crispy bacon, roasted potatoes, waffles and ham and cheeses are also available. There is also dim sum, sushi, and desserts like ice-cream, cakes, banana bread pudding, fondue and fruits. Drinks : W’s signature cocktails, Free-Flow Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label, wine and beer. Prices: $588 per adult, $698 for free-flow champagne package. 1 Austin Rd. West, West Kowloon, 3717-2299. Gold When: Saturdays noon to 2:30pm. Food: Begin with creative appetizers and salads from the buffet. Then choose between spinach fettuccine with prawns, cherry tomatoes and herb or penne pasta with wild boar ragout and shaved pecorino cheese. Follow up with the grill of the day, organic eggs, salad, slow-cooked wild salmon with brussel sprouts, or a gourmet bacon cheeseburger. Finish with a surprise dessert or Italian soft yogurt. Drinks: Graffeo’s coffee and teas, free-flow prosecco. Add $38 for warm pear juice; add $88 free-flow fresh orange juice and soft drinks. Price: $298 per adult, $367 for free-flow prosecco, house wine and all other drinks. 2/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham St., Central, 2869-9986. California Vintage When: Saturday and Sunday 11am to 3pm. Food: The ever-changing brunch menu currently has a three-egg omelet, BELT (that’s bacon, egg, lettuce and tomato) sandwich and Cobb salad on offer. A more Cali-inspired plate is the Napa country breakfast—a breakfast plate of two eggs with sausage, bacon, piquito beans and avocado mixed with sweet corn salsa. The Sonoma salmon comes with mustard sauce and chimicurri, all topped with capers and fresh onion rings. Drinks: Water, coffee, and teas. Add $68 for a mimosa with orange, melon, and cranberry juice. Prices: A la Carte starting at $88. 77 Wyndham St., Central, 2525-9808. Ozone When: Sundays noon to 3pm. Food: Indulge in scrambled eggs with chive and hybrid caviar, Japanese-style steamed eggs with lobster, or eggs Benedict with English muffin via Ozone’s breakfast slash brunch menu. Appetizers range from duck foie gras lollipop with cranberry, Alaska king crab with tomato aioli and mango espuma, tuna and salmon sesame cone, and cucumber fettuccini salad. Choose from a main course of minced lamb masala, mini wagyu beef burger, and homemade pratha with tandoori chicken roll. Drinks: Champagne, wines, cocktails. Price: $488 for four-course menu, $888 for free-flow Veuve Clicquot and drinks, $1,880 for free-flow Dom Perignon and drinks. 118/F, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Rd. West, West Kowloon, 2263-2270.