Where to Have Breakfast in Hong Kong

Food Chronicles

Where to go in Hong Kong for the most important meal of the day

Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day, and as it is the first meal of the day it sets the tone of the day. Here are a few places where you can have breakfast in Hong Kong:

Room Service at the Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

The most indulgent and luxuriate way to start the day is with room service and breakfast in bed. At the Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, room service transforms into a dining experience with the table setting, the plating, and the delicious dishes. Best of all, it’s a dining experience in the comfort of your room while dressed in your hotel robe.

Breakfast with a view in your hotel room. With room service, you can dine in your room or suite by the window to enjoy the generous spread of food with the best views of Hong Kong and Central. Plus, you do not have to worry about getting dressed to dine in a restaurant for breakfast
With the breakfast menu, you can choose breakfast sets or a la carte selections like this waffle and English breakfast. The breakfast will undoubtedly keep you full until lunch or even until afternoon tea

 

Buffet at Clipper Lounge vs A La Carte at Cafe Causette at the Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

If you want to feast on a breakfast buffet spread with Chinese, Western, and international selections or simply want to get out of your room for breakfast, head downstairs to the Clipper Lounge or Cafe Causette.

Corned beef hash skittle with poached eggs served with hollandaise sauce. The sign of an excellent breakfast restaurant is in the quality of their corned beef hash. Cafe Causette excels with flying colors
Poached eggs with baked beans. Eggs and baked beans are a complete comfort when it comes to the first meal of the day. While it is a simple dish, you can taste the quality of ingredients and the plating makes the dish taste even better

 

Chinese for Breakfast

When in Hong Kong, sometimes you just want to start the day with Chinese cuisine. How about some casual dim sum to satisfy your cravings?

Xiao long bao at Crystal Jade. Hong Kong has 19 branches, including one at the arrivals terminal at the airport – perfect for layovers. These soup dumpling for breakfast warm up and comfort your stomach for the first meal of the day
Fried Shanghainese rice noodles at Crystal Jade. Noodles are made for any time of the day, even for breakfast. These chewy noodles are a great way to start the day in Hong Kong. The next time you are in Hong Kong, consider a breakfast of dumplings and noodles

 

Clipper Lounge
Breakfast, 6:30am to 10am
Sunday Brunch, 11:30am to 3pm
Lunch, 12pm to 6pm
Tea, 2:30pm to 6pm
Dinner, 6:30pm to 10pm

Cafe Causette
Breakfast, 6:30am to 11:30am
Lunch, 11:30am to 3pm
Tea, 3pm to 6pm
Dinner, 6pm to 11pm

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
5 Connaught Road
Central, Hong Kong
+852-2522-0111
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