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Hong Kong Travel Guide: 5 Breakfast Spots in the city

 

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and even though you’re out and about travelling the world, make sure you indulge in a hearty breakfast anywhere you are! Good thing Hong Kong is home to a variety of breakfast spots that can give you mouth-watering food choices. Luckily for you, we will be featuring them in our Hong Kong travel guide today!

So if you ever find yourself in this bustling city with a jam-packed travel itinerary, fuel up by making a stop at these Hong Kong attractions for a serving of your Chinese, Western and authentic Hong Kong style breakfast!

Hong Kong style breakfast

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Australia Dairy Company

Our first feature in our Hong Kong travel guide is Australia Dairy Company – an establishment which is highly popular for its serving of Hong Kong style breakfast!

It was founded in 1970 and it’s still enjoying its popularity as one of the best and oldest restaurants in the city. All the fuss about their scrambled egg, macaroni and toasts are for real and their steamed milk is also something you must try. It might take a couple of minutes of waiting time to be seated but the long queue is worth the wait because this restaurant serves only the best food there is.

Address: G / F, 47-49 Barker Street, Jordan
Business hours: Monday to Wednesday, Friday to Sunday 7:30am to 11:00pm; Closed on Thursdays and public holidays

Kam Fung Restaurant

Before you start shopping in Hong Kong, you might want to get into some gastronomical action by dining at Kam Fung Restaurant – one of the most popular restaurants in the city. You’ll often find great reviews of Kam Fung Restaurant in numerous Hong Kong food guides, but it’s really no surprise because it lives up to everyone’s expectations.

Its highly popular chicken pie and polo bun are both a must-try when you dine here. Kam Fung Restaurant has been around since 1956 and apparently has not yet lost its charm and magic in preparing delicious food.

Address: G / F, Chun Yuen Building, 41 Chun Yuen Street, Wan Chai
Business Hours: 6:45am to 7:00pm

Western breakfast

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BRICK LANE

The idea of opening up Brick Lane, one of the tourist attractions in Hong Kong, was due to the nostalgia of its three owners. They were reminiscing about their British comfort food which was mainly all-day breakfast and eggs benedict on the side. They also wanted to bring the vibe of East London’s Brick Lane as an eclectic mix into the bustling city of Hong Kong.

So thanks to the owners of Brick Lane, you don’t have to fly to London to get a feel of their gastronomical food, today, it takes just a few minute walk from Pacific Place and you’re up for some British breakfast, lunch, and dinner!

Address: Shop 40, 4th Floor, CITIC Tower, 1 Tim Mei Road, Admiralty
Business Hours: Monday to Friday 09:00-23:00; Saturday to Sunday 10: 00-23: 00

Chinese Breakfast

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Sang Kee Congee Shop

Because we are featuring restaurants that serve good food in Hong Kong, then we aren’t one to miss out on Sang Kee Congee Shop which makes the best, the tastiest congee in Hong Kong!

For others, congee or rice porridge might be a food for the sick but in Hong Kong, it is one of their favourite breakfast choices. And if you want to experience the most delicious, hot and mouth-watering congee in the city, better go to Sang Kee Congee Shop.

Address: 7-9 North Street, Sheung Wan underground
Business Hours: Monday to Saturday 6:30am to 9:00pm

Lin Heung Tea House

Aside from congee being one of the much-loved breakfast food in Hong Kong, you can never go wrong with Chinese dim sum!  And if you’re looking for the perfect place to get your dim sum fix when you’re in the city, head over to Lin Heung Tea House, a famous restaurant that serves authentic Chinese style breakfast that will fill your appetite.

Address: 160-164, Wellington Street, Central
Business Hours: Monday to Sunday 6:00am to 11:00pm

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