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The Best Brunches to Cure Your New Year’s Eve Hangovers

Feeling rough after a long night of partying? These brunches have the cure…

If the morning after the night before has you feeling less than fresh, the only thing to do is brunch. And thankfully, we’re in Hong Kong, the city that brunches like no other. Read on to find our top picks for new brunches that will help cure even the worst of hangovers.

There’s a little bit of everything here, from fresh and light Japanese fare to flavourful Thai, there’s even a wellness-focused yoga brunch. Happy brunching!


They say that ‘hair of the dog’ is the best way to cure a hangover, so why not try ThinkWine’s new free-flow brunch. The sommelier-led restaurant has created Hong Kong’s first wine-focused brunch, staring a beautifully bright Cremant de Bourgogne Marcelle Lochardet Blanc de Blanc 2017. Each dish has been chosen to pair perfectly with the wine, from the selection of meats and cheeses to the mains. You have your choice of a light Mediterranean Quiche or a hearty Dragon Dog hot dog with chunks of juicy lobster, black truffle and red wine mustard. By the time you get to dessert (choose between a chocolate or lemon tart) your hangover will be a distant memory.

ThinkWine brunch menu is available for HK$290 every Sunday. Reservations are recommended.

2/F LL Tower, 2 Shelley Street, Central; +852 2886 3121

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Sushi isn’t traditionally thought of as a hangover cure, but when it’s this good, it should be. Head to Honjo for their new brunch, boasting a stunning selection of sushi, sashimi and maki. Light, fresh and full of protein, this could be just the thing to revive you after a long night. At Honjo, you can also tuck into a choice of mains, like cauliflower in a zesty truffle and passion fruit sauce, or a hearty baked chicken with butter mushrooms. Save room for the decadent dessert station too! Optional free-flow packages are available, if you’re up to it.

Honjo brunch is available for HK$468 every weekend and public holiday. The optional free-flow package is HK$198.

1/F Hollywood Centre, 77-91 Queen’s Road West, Sheung Wan; +852 2663 3772

The Peak Lookout

Revive, relax and indulge all at the same time at The Peak Lookout’s Yoga Brunch Club. This is a limited time offer only available on 11 January and 18 January, so don’t wait to book! The Peak Lookout is collaborating with yoga instructor Caren Lo on this rejuvenating (and detoxifying) brunch. Start off with a invigorating hour-long yoga session, then tuck into a delicious brunch spread, healthy smoothies and more (of course, an optional free-flow package is available too!).

Yoga Brunch Club tickets are HK$350 and available through Eventbrite. Please bring your own yoga mat, and RSVP before space runs out.

The Peak Lookout
121 Peak Road, The Peak; +852 2849 1000


Sometimes, you just need to dance the spirits away (and we do literally mean spirits – like all those vodka shots from the night before!). That’s where Silencio comes in. This modern izakaya boasts live jazz that will have you feeling so good, you forget about that pesky hangover. Their newly launched brunch includes a selection of unlimited starters like sashimi, tempura, salads and yakitori, in addition to a generous selection of main dishes. Expect creative offerings like “Empire State”, a sushi donut with crispy rice, salmon, tuna, scallop, ikura, avocado and poached egg, and the decadent “Quixote”, wagyu fried rice with sofrito sauce, caramelised onion soy and house made kimchi. There are eight mains to choose from, so everyone will find something they love. For dessert, tuck into their signature platter, with classics like red bean cake, yuzu tart, black sesame ice cream and more.

Silencio’s Jazzakaya Brunch begins at HK$658 per guest, with premium options available.

6/F LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central; +852 2480 6569

Ruam Thai Bar & Eatery

A night out can be expensive, so why not treat yourself (and your bank balance) to one of the most cost-friendly brunches in town. Ruam Thai Bar & Eatery, our favourite new Thai spot, has launched a must-try free-flow brunch in Wan Chai. Whet the appetite with five small plates to share amongst the table, before diving into one of their generous mains. Choose from red beef curry, pad see ew or green chicken curry served with rice. Finish it all off with their free-flow packages, you can enjoy their signature ginger-spiked ice-blended beer cocktail, the OH YEAH!, along with wine, prosecco and Singha lager. They also have fresh juice, Thai iced tea, coffee and more for those still recovering.

Ruam Thai Bar & Eatery brunch is available every weekend for HK$248 per person. An optional drinks menu is available for an additional HK$248.

Ruam Thai Bar & Eatery
Shop 9, 1/F J Senses, 60 Johnston Road, Wan Chai; +852 3160 8535

Brunches may be subject to a 10% service charge. See individual websites for more details.

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