Hutong’s brunch brings food and tradition together in the only Chinese experience of its kind in Hong Kong. Located at One Peking in Tsim Sha Tsui with stunning views of the cityกฏs skyline, the brunch is available at weekends and public holidays from 12pm to 3pm for HK$428 and $628 for free-flow Veuve Clicquot Champagne.
Echoing the rich and diverse heritage of Chinese dining, Fจฅng Wจจi brunch unravels over 18 dishes, creatively prepared and served to the table. The selection of appetisers, dim sum, hot dishes and sweet desserts all embody Chinese customs and are perfect for family and friends to share.
Guests are immersed in further tradition with a variety of classic Hong Kong and Chinese live entertainment; new acts can be discovered every week, from the famed fortune telling bird as seen in the night markets of Temple Street to Sichuan Face Changing, Kung-fu Tea Pouring and Handmade Noodle Pulling as well as Chinese Rainbow Calligraphy.
A modern take on a Shanghainese-classic; the Seared foie gras with osmanthus-smoked coddled egg, delivers a unique floral aroma and rich smoky taste.
Elevating dim sum with new combinations, the Poached Boston lobster wonton uses fresh lobster and pork instead of prawns, perfectly parcelled in homemade pastry and served with Hutongกฏs own chilli oil.
One of Chinaกฏs most fiery dishes, Chicken with glass noodles marinated in Sichuan chilli sauce is a flavourful dish served chilled in a hot chilli and sesame oil sauce.
A variation on a traditional sharing dish loved in all Chinese homes, Chicken & grated ginger is packaged in a pan-fried dumpling. More dishes of note include the Steamed siu mai with dried scallop as well as the light, crispy Shrimp, kimchi & mozzarella spring roll and the Steamed Matsutake mushroom bao which has a creamy mushroom filling and a fluffy Chinese bun exterior adorned with the pattern of a mushroom.
Brunch-lovers can also enjoy five authentic Northern Chinese hot dishes that include ever-popular Hutong signatures. The impressive Red lantern crispy soft-shell crab is served to the table in an old-style Chinese gift basket; the crab is beautifully seasoned with dried chillies.
The perfect centrepiece; a 12-hour braised beef rib with aromatic herbs in lotus leaf, the lotus leaf unfolds at the table revealing soft, tender beef rib whilst the Kung Po French cod fillet with cashew nuts จC named after ancient Chinaกฏs กฐPalace Guardianกฑ จC is a spicy seafood dish with battered cod fish and cashew nuts.
A colourful ensemble of sweet specialities include Matcha tea glutinous rice balls filled with sweet potato, decadent Steamed baos brushed with gold and filled with egg yolk custard and Crispy glutinous rice dumplings filled with chocolate, served warm with a molten centre.
Guests can sip on a selection of unlimited drinks for an additional HK$200 including continuous pours of Veuve Clicquot Champagne, Asian inspired summer cocktails as well as wine, beer and spirits.
All prices subject to 10% service charge
For information or reservations:
28/F One Peking, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Telephone: (852) 3428 8342