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Breakfast, the most essential meal of the day, is required to kick-start your day in one of the world’s busiest cities. Despite the fact that it is the meal that’s easiest to skip if you want to sleep in. There’s something for everyone, whether you’re searching for a quick bite to eat, a hearty breakfast, some nutritious food, or a variety of classic Asian fare. Here are our suggestions for the top breakfast spots in Hong Kong.


During weekends, Limewood located on the beachside of Repulse Bay is expanding its timings from 9 am to 11 am on weekends so you can enjoy breakfast at the seaside. Recognized for its all-day menu of BBQ comfort food, Mexican-inspired meals, and inventive margaritas. Swerving away from the usual pancakes and avocado toast, a typical Mexican breakfast dish served at Limewood is Huevos rancheros. Delivered in a scorching hot pan, topped with fresh herbs, pickled onion, and a sunny-side-up egg, and melted cheese. Additionally, this is plated with thin crispy corn tortillas. Available every weekend, this hearty sharing plate is perfect for family brunches.

The Cheesecake Factory

Famously known for its classic American delicacies and extensive cheesecake menu with a vast array of eclectic flavors to pick from. The restaurant offers an all-day breakfast menu every day. Although, the Sunday Brunch is where it’s at. Obviously, only available on Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm. Dig into their cinnamon roll pancakes, a hybrid of two breakfast favorites that taste even better together. Their stack of three buttermilk pancakes is swirled with cinnamon and brown sugar with finally cinnamon roll icing delicately drizzled on top. Their sincere portion sizes are known to all, so be mindful when ordering.

Australian Dairy Company

If you’re looking for an inexpensive and authentic local Hong Kong breakfast, Australian Dairy Company is the way to go. Consider fluffy, creamy eggs over thick, liberally buttered bread with a bowl of traditional macaroni and ham soup on the side. Moreover, pair it with a cup of Hong Kong-style tea. Just keep in mind that this cha chaan teng is not a place to remain. In the morning, there is a huge line for seats, so you have to be quick. Instead, bring your order home for a lazy morning on the sofa.

Rajasthan Riffles

Rajasthan Riffles brings you an Anglo innovative twist on a traditional Indian breakfast. This Black Sheep gem, conveniently located near The Peak. Furthermore, it pays homage to imperial British India, bringing you to the early 1900s with its vintage fare and militaristic setting. Their breakfast menu specialties will tingle your sense and are excellent for individuals who like to begin their day with a kick of heat. Above all, opt for the iconic Bhurjee. Delivering the bhurjee, a three-egg masala scramble served on milk buns with masala-roasted tomatoes. To conclude the meal follow with a cup of hot masala chai.


Nestled in Kennedy Town and Quarry Bay, Catch. is an Australian restaurant that is famed for its European-style breakfast and brunch items. Many visitors rave about the Smashed Avocado, Dirty Eggs and Big Bad Ben, and the Fancy French toast. Certainly, a recommended dish would be to savor their Dirty Eggs. It includes fried eggs, paprika-coated potatoes perfectly cooked, melted cheddar, slices of avocado, topped with Chipotle mayo, and a handful of kidney beans. However, you could turn this sober breakfast into a boozy brunch with a cheeky Bloody Mary.

Elephant Grounds

This well-known chain of cafes has five branches all around the city and is acknowledged for their breakfast in Hong Kong. The sleek, contemporary decor, for instance, comfortable couches and rustic wood accents, makes it a great site to quickly grab a healthy breakfast on workdays. Despite their limited breakfast menu, açai bowls and mixed berry yogurt parfaits are among the nutritious breakfast options here. Complemented by a selection of double-shot espresso beverages. Although, for an idle morning, relish an indulgent peanut butter banana toast sprinkled in cinnamon sugar. Or opt for the crab cake benedict with poached eggs on a base of crab cakes sprinkled with hollandaise and pesto.

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