Meet me for Breakfast

Hong Kong

Breakfast has to be damn good to motivate me to eat in the mornings. I’m usually happy with an orange juice and an otherwise empty belly. But if you insist on breakfast, the recommended spots in this list keep me excited! The memories... read comments because sometimes it’s just a matter of convenience =)

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Hong Kong, China • Recommendation • 

Their Salmon Bagel is totally overpriced. At upwards of HK$150. Which idiot would pay that much?! Me. Coz good bagels are hard to find in Hong Kong and there’s just something delightful about the fact that it’s bigger than my face and satisfies all my cravings. Though today, I noticed the Lounge at Four Seasons has those bagels as well! And I haven’t tried it but I ought to see how they compare. I also like their coffee (definitely better than Four Seasons‘ instant one-button tap coffee machine... in fact, why haven’t these hotels upgraded and hired proper baristas for coffee? In this day and age... but I digress). Oolaa’s coffee is real coffee (maybe not always the perfect espresso) but definitely none of that instant Nespresso junk.

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Luen Fat Tea House


8 saves

Hong Kong, China • Recommendation • 

For famous hk style scrambled eggs on toast, with some famous hk style milk tea, and equally very local (and not the best for non-locals) macaroni in chicken broth. The guy who started it is the brother of the Australian Dairy Milk Company (you’ll see him around, tall lanky guy). I prefer it here because it’s cleaner, isn’t as crowded, and the seats are actually a bit wider and more comfortable. Lines on weekends tho! The scrambled eggs are pretty good.

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Convenient, happy and yummy. I like big windows with lots of light, especially in the mornings - celebrating the fact that I’m awake!!

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I don’t know why people love meeting here, for breakfast, but hey it’s decent and I’m happy to =)

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Shanghai (Chun Chun) Soya Milk King


5 saves

Hong Kong, China • Recommendation • 

Chi Fan. Best stuff ever.

  • +852 2766 2588
  • Ground Floor, 48 Wuhu Street, Hung Hom, Hong Kong

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Tsui Wah Restaurant


4 saves

Hong Kong, China • Memory • 

Late night snacks, early morning breakfast. Will do in a pinch when craving egg and spam sandwiches or a good hk milk tea. Or noodles. Or rice. Or anything from its extensive menu. Big franchise, decent food. Questionable hygiene. Opens till 4am, and I believe opens again in early morn.

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Blendit Hong Kong Ltd

2 saves

Hong Kong, China • Recommendation • 

Simple bagels 🥯 I quite like them because they’re soft inside. Their poppyseed bagels are nice. $360 for 12 bagels and 2 (small) pots of spread.

  • +852 5334 0188
  • Shop 6, Peony House Block ¦è®y Peony House West Block, 36 Hoi King St, Tai Kok Tsui, Hong Kong

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Schragels Limited

3 saves

Hong Kong, China • Recommendation • 

I like their cream cheese and scallion spread and their everything bagel. All made fresh! Here, they do legit New York bagels 🥯 and also supply to major hotel chains like Peninsula and Mandarin Oriental. You can get it delivered home too! $200 for 6 bagels and 150g of spread. Freeze your bagels if you don’t wanna eat them right away and they’ll keep really well. Just toast and eat! 😊

  • +852 9730 6727
  • shop 1 ground floor, 17號 Po Yan St, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

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2 saves

Hong Kong, China • Wishlist • 

Spotted, during a leisurely weekday hunt for brunchy eggs. Coffee and smoothies it said, not sure about the eggs. But seems like a good place to sit!

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