Sunday brunch or tea buffet anywhere?

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    Sunday brunch or tea buffet anywhere?

    Hi guys! Just want to know any suggestion on good places to go for a lovely tea buffet or sunday brunch?


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    loads of places in SoHO, by the escalator. All depends on your preference, budget etc.

    You could also try the 5 star hotels.

    Pacific place has a couple of places in the basement which are very good.


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    Does anyone know if Peninsula still has its famous English buffet breakfast? A friend of mine tried that in the 80s and loved it! If they still offer it, how much does it cost? Would like to try that when I visit Hong Kong next


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    Quote Originally Posted by normad:
    Does anyone know if Peninsula still has its famous English buffet breakfast?
    I've never heard of their buffet breakfast, but they are certainly famous for their afternoon teas served in the lobby lounge. Those are still available (expect to have to wait at peak times).
    Last edited by PDLM; 26-12-2005 at 10:07 PM. Reason: typo

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    What used to be the Regent in TST does an excellent Sunday buffet.


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    try the "PANORAMA" in New World Hotel (I think it is on 4th floor)
    good brunch! (and good sea view)


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    Grand Hyatt in Wan Chai is quite good


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    Top Deck Jumbo

    We had a lovely Sunday brunch here at the newly opened Top Deck at Jumbo, ABerdeen.

    Brunch with bubbly free flow and lovely atmosphere just staring into the sea... child friendly too with a little play corner for kids.


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    Sunday Brunch - 8th floor of Conrad Hotel, in the lobby between Brasserie and Nicholini's. Very nice, but also very pricey (IMHO) - a special occasion type of place.


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    another great one is RIVA of Park Lane Hotel

    http://www.parklane.com.hk/intro_foo.html


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