Family-Friendly Brunches and Lunches in Hong Kong

EIFFEL BISTRO KIDS CORNER

A taste of Paris in Taikoo Shing! The chic bistro setting with Parisian décor at Eiffel Bistro is great for people watching from the large, open windows, and just the place to pop in when you have a hankering for French onion soup. Go a la carte for other French food (maybe it’s time you tried escargot, these come from Burgundy and are dripping in garlic butter), or the convenient lunch and brunch sets. Little ones have fewer picks from the kids’ menu, which consists of the usual mini burgers, mac and cheese, etc., but they probably won’t mind as they’ll be itching to finish so they can play in the kids’ corner (weekends only).

When:  Weekend Set Lunch and Brunch served Saturday and Sunday from 11.00am to 3.0pm; Executive and Healthy Set Lunch served Monday to Friday from 11.30am to 3.00pm

Cost:  Weekend Set Lunch and Brunch from $138, Executive and Healthy Set Lunch from $98; kids’ menu from $88, under 12s free

Where:  Stage 5, Shop G514, Tai Yue Avenue, Hing On Mansion, Taikoo Shing

Book:  2446-1598 or info@eiffel-bistro.hk

French Creations

Restaurant group French Creations is noted for its authentically French casual dining venues across Hong Kong Island. Created in November 2009 with the opening of Pastis, the French group, owned by Jérôme Spitzer and Olivier Caisson, never stopped growing since then. French Creations inaugurated Le Boudoir in October 2010, Saint-Germain in June 2011,   French American Bistro (F.A.B.) in March 2012, Metropolitain in March 2013, and launched Alchemy in June 2014 and Comptoir in July 2015.

In 2016, three additions were introduced by the group: French Flair, a wine shop, Flying Pig Bistro in Sai Ying Pun, Eiffel Bistro in Taikoo Shing, Bones & Blades (a butcher & delicatessen), and Quarter Master (a steaks & burger restaurant) next door to Bones & Blades in Sai Ying Pun. The owners, both from the hospitality industry, bring their French know-How to create successful and famous places over Hong Kong.