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Sunday Brunch recommendation

Old Oct 10, 18, 5:32 pm
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Sunday Brunch recommendation

Hi folks,

will be be spending a long weekend in HK in a couple of months. Anyone have any suggestions where to go for free flow Sunday brunch.
We like seafood, shell fish, Chinese, Japanese and carvery. Less concerned about price and would rather have quality.
Also not decided on hotel yet, looking at Conrad, IC Grand or New World Millenium, any thoughts................

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Old Oct 10, 18, 8:49 pm
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Well Conrad has its "Champagne Brunch on the Eighth".
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Old Oct 11, 18, 7:16 am
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Hi Dragonsoul and thanks for replying.
I had looked at Conrad for brunch, but see pasta station, but no carvery ��. Not really concerned about staying at same place as brunch.
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Old Oct 11, 18, 7:57 am
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It's been a while since I went, but does the main IC fit the bill?

https://hongkong-ic.intercontinental...y-harbourside/
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Old Oct 11, 18, 10:30 am
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See this recent thread in the Luxury forum:
Champagne Brunch in Hong Kong
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Old Oct 12, 18, 2:37 am
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Thanks for your comments and suggestions folks. Decisions, decisions...............
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Old Oct 17, 18, 3:10 am
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Thanks for your comments and suggestions folks. Decisions, decisions...............
IF you can get a race course package, they do have a good brunch by the racecourse on race day. (i dont know how/if you can get it but i know they exist for some people and the traditional british stuff is very good there like carvery and curry/tandoori)
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It's been ages (seven years) BUT the IC HK had a solid Sunday Brunch.
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Old Oct 17, 18, 8:58 pm
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Originally Posted by kaka View Post
IF you can get a race course package, they do have a good brunch by the racecourse on race day. (i dont know how/if you can get it but i know they exist for some people and the traditional british stuff is very good there like carvery and curry/tandoori)
As good as the racecourse buffets are, they are nowhere near the weekend brunches offered by 5-star hotels (for starters, no free flow champagne at the racecourse).
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Old Oct 18, 18, 11:13 am
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I've never done the Sunday brunch there but the last time GF & I were in HK almost two years ago, we really enjoyed the buffet at Hotel Icon's restaurant, The Market. It was pricey, of course, but the quality of the food was good and they also had some unique offerings, such as a durian focused dessert section. I'm going to be back in HK in about a month and I am planning to partake in the dinner buffet at The Market again.
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Old Oct 18, 18, 11:35 pm
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Originally Posted by Chromie25 View Post
As good as the racecourse buffets are, they are nowhere near the weekend brunches offered by 5-star hotels (for starters, no free flow champagne at the racecourse).
thats very correct... lol
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Old Oct 20, 18, 7:40 pm
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Does the RC still have a brunch with free flow of champane (up to don).
The food was very good few years ago
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Old Nov 16, 18, 7:51 pm
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I've not had brunch but have had lunch and dinner at La Scala (Royal Plaza) and The Place (Cordis), they serve Seafood/Shell fish (great), Chinese (good), Sushi/Sashimi (great) and Carvery (average), free flow of beer or wine was something like an extra HK$80.
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Old Jan 20, 19, 9:42 pm
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Just to close this thread out.
We went to Conrad in the end and were not disappointed. Excellent quality with loads of options and superb service.

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Old Jan 21, 19, 6:04 pm
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Great! Thanks for reporting back.
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