The Brunch Club’s Newest Hotspot

This year saw culinary bad boy Gordon Ramsay enter Hong Kong’s restaurant market with the opening of Bread Street Kitchen in Lan Kwai Fong, and now, the restaurant is the latest to cater to the city’s brunch-loving crowds with the launch of its Lazy Loaf Sunday Brunch.

A relaxed weekend indulgence, the Lazy Loaf Sunday Brunch offers a menu heavily laced with British classics and punched up with some of the restaurant’s most popular dishes. Diners can feast on mains like a Sunday Roast complete with vegetables and Yorkshire Pudding; a Traditional Shepherd’s Pie; a Full English Breakfast; Eggs Benedict; or the ever-popular Bread Street Kitchen Short Rib Burger with Monterey Jack cheese and spicy sriracha mayo. For the sweet-toothed, dessert includes modern takes on classics such as Banana Sticky Toffee Pudding; Eton Mess; and Chocolate Brownies with mint and ship ice cream. Creative diners can also unleash their innovative side at the crepe bar, where guests can create their own desserts using the wide selection of fruits and toppings.

The Lazy Loaf Sunday Brunch at Bread Street Kitchen is available on Sundays between 11am and 3pm. For an additional HKD188 (USD24), guests can choose to accompany their meal with two hours of free-flow wine, bubbles, and cocktails.

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