May 07, 2019

5 Perfect Places for a Loving Mother's Day Brunch in Hong Kong


Mother’s Day is just around the corner, this coming Sunday, 12 May. Why not plan a nice brunch to treat mummy dearest?


As kids, it’s easy to take for granted all that our mothers do for us. The sacrifices they undergo, the efforts they put in, the tears they hold back, and their incredible leadership have helped shape you into the human being that you are today. It often takes having children oneself to truly appreciate and understand all that one’s own mother went through.


There’s always a special bond between mothers and their kids, no matter how old you both get. Take the occasion to re-connect with your mom – or your kids – with a nice treat on this annual holiday, celebrated on the second Sunday in May around the world.


Hong Kong offers incredible brunching options in every nook and corner. Here are 5 of the best brunch destinations for this weekend.




Located in Kowloon, Hutong offers incredible harbour views. What’s more, its interiors ooze class and its food is to die for! Hutong offers the best of Hong Kong. The menu presents a wide range of options, including 18 sharing dishes such as dim sum, Northern Chinese food and desserts, lip-smacking appetizers and more. 


At just HK $428 for food per head (an additional $200 for free-flowing cocktails), Hutong’s weekend brunch is truly a steal.


To experience the best of Hutong, visit this Mother's Day weekend (Saturday or Sunday) between 12pm and 3pm.



Casa Lisboa

Portuguese will always be one of the most underrated Mediterranean cuisines, and we’re still rather shocked by just how little love it gets! 


For a fantastic sampling of this rare cuisine, Casa Lisboa in Central is the place to go. For just $350 per head, you can enjoy six exotic starters, a choice of main and some incredible desserts to top it all off. 


Casa Lisboa offers the best of contemporary Portuguese food – and, every weekend, they open for their scrumptious brunch!



The Mandarin Oriental

Looking to go a little extra for a high-class lunch date with your mother? Then look no further than The Mandarin Oriental, in Central. The ambience blends the cozy and the sophisticated, and that exudes from the crowd that comes to dine here, as well. With a wide range of exotic foods such as lobster, an excellent choice of champagne and 45 different desserts to choose from, this is certainly the best way you can treat the special lady on Mother's Day. 


The delicious brunch takes place on Sundays between 11.30am and 3pm, so make sure to reserve your table or get there as early as you can. You certainly won’t regret it.



Mak Mak

In the mood for some Thai food this Mother’s Day? Mak Mak is the answer! This Central-based restaurant has a highly popular brunch, with a seemingly never-ending variety of Thai cuisine to light up your weekend. At a rate of just HK $298 per person (including unlimited soft drinks and mocktails), enjoy exotic Southeast Asian cuisine. You can upgrade to alcoholic drinks by paying an additional $200.




Pirata’s Italian brunch buffet offers a wide array of starters, while main courses and desserts are picked by you and served to the table. With no additional service charge, it certainly keeps the wallet happy.


Pirata reminds one that value resides in the heart and not in the wallet! The Pirata brunch costs HK $298 for just food and HK $478 for free-flowing drinks. It’s open for brunch between 12pm and 3pm on Sundays.



A special occasion Mother's Day brunch could be fancy, expensive or exotic; but it doesn’t need to be. What’s more important is the company! To all those strong superhero mothers out there, we wish you a very happy and prosperous Mother’s Day!


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