Where to Eat Night Brunch in Hong Kong: Zuma, Maka Hiki, TokyoLima
June 12, 2023
As night brunch gains popularity around the world, Hong Kong is no exception to this trend. With its vibrant nightlife and culinary scene, Hong Kong has a plethora of options for those looking to indulge in a late-night meal.
From the lively atmosphere of Madame Fu to the fusion cuisine of Maka Hiki, and the contemporary Japanese fare of Zuma, there's no shortage of amazing places to try out in Hong Kong.
The jungle escape of Maka Hiki is residential Tai Hang offers the greatness of subtropical island cuisines, from the Caribbean to the Philippines, Polynesia to Southeast Asia. Serving their classic night brunch menu from 6:30PM on Fridays, Saturdays and public holidays for a minimum of four starters, expect shared spicy and sweet plates.
Starters include a selection of plates Roti with Curried Chickpeas, Salmon Crudo, and Spicy Fried Calamari, a pick of one main course from Coconut Turmeric Fried Tofu Curry, Grilled Mahi Mahi, and Australian Rib Eye, and desserts such as Coconut Ice Cream, Rice Pudding, and Homemade Rhum Baba.
Where: Maka Hiki, 2/F, Little Tai Hang, The Corner House, 98 Tung Lo Wan Road, Tai Hang, Hong Kong
Contact details: [email protected] / +852 2155 1777
How much: HK$498 for food only, HK$798 including two hours free flow drinks
The decadent Tai Kwun contemporary Chinese Madame Fu braces its 1880s colonial surroundings to bring traditional Cantonese dim-sum bites to the forefront, especially with its signature night brunch, pairing a savoury barbecue tower, beats from an in-house DJ, and a free-flow menu.
Lasting from 7PM till 11PM, the ‘Never Too Late to Brunch’ night brunch holds a whomping four dozen dim-sum, appetizers, mains, and desserts to pick and choose from, including Black Truffle Dumpling, Teriyaki Baked Salmon, Firecracker Chicken, Wagyu Beef Mapo Tofu, Steamed Garoupa with Garlic, and Peanut & Sesame Cantonese Sticky Rice Cake.
Where: Madame Fu, 3/F, Barrack Block, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
Contact details: [email protected] / +852 2114 2118
How much: HK$858 for two hours / HK$998 for three hours – standard drinks; HK$998 for two hours / HK$1240 for three hours - deluxe drinks
Probably the most famous night brunch on offer in Hong Kong is Zuma’s Yashoku Night Brunch, where diners can enjoy exquisite Japanese bites and plates in a fine international establishment with a free flow of great champagne set with tunes from house DJs.
Guests at Zuma are served a wealth of different Japanese offerings, including sushi, sashimi, hand rolls, tempura, and takoyaki. Try the beef tartare with lotus chips, maki rolls, sweet shrimp, zuma salad, tuna, avocado and wasabi tobiko, and yellowtail when you next go.
Where: Zuma, Level 5&6 Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen's Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
Contact details: +852 3657 6388
How much: HK$1188 for 2.5 hours free-flow with veuve clicquot “yellow label” nv champagne
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