Brunching in Hong Kong is a serious matter! There are countless options, which makes it even harder to pick a place. There are few brunches in Hong Kong which you can blindly pick and expect to have a great time. You can add W Hong Kong to that list – and here’s why.
You don’t have to dig deep to find that W Kitchen is arguably one of the best spreads for a Sunday brunch in Hong Kong. They have deals for kids at HK$488 and adults at HK$898 (including free flow), which is slightly above average in cost, but the variety of dishes is well worth the price.
The seafood selection is perhaps the best in HK for a brunch. It’s fresh, high quality and unlimited and deserves attention of seafood lovers in HK (for real).
You can more than cover the cost of the brunch standing at the Oyster station, gulping down shots of Oysters with champagne! It’s just great value
To quench your thirst, they offer 3 broad alcoholic drinks namely, Bloody Mary, Gin & Tonic, Sangria and also provide a free flow of Veuve Clicquot Champagne. Kids can get variety of soft drinks and juices.
The brunch includes staples like Egg station, salad bar, cold cuts, cheeses, Sunday roast, steak, Japanese, etc. The Steak Tartare, Sashimi, and Foie Gras stood out the most.
Indian food at the W Kitchen Sunday Brunch
Yes, the menu includes Indian food as well. Oh! It’s so so good. The one dish that scores the highest in this cuisine is the lamb curry. You need to save a considerable amount of place for this.
The fantastic spread of deserts includes a sweet ice-cream burger station. But, it is the pastries steal the show! Curated with a rush of passion and a variety of delectable flavours by Chef Baptiste; you will legit leave W Hotel’s Kitchen with a sugar rush.
Also, make sure to ask for Lavin Samtani (Director of Beverage and Food), if you want yourself and your party to have a great time at brunch. His passion for making sure all guests are more than just satiated and happy is palpable.
W Hotel, Kitchen: +852 3717 2299 / email@example.com
Location: 6F, W Hong Kong