Sai Kung’s Best Breakfasts

Where to go for breakfast in the Kungdom? Here’s our list of top Sai Kung breakfasts.

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A full English at Steamers

Steamers
For late risers, Steamers is the place to go. Although the menu says breakfast is served from 9am till 12pm, most breakfast items can still be ordered after 12pm. Tuck into a butty ($70) or full English brekkie ($118) which comes in a lighter version with one egg and one sausage instead of two ($108). For a healthier start to the day, the salmon spinach brekkie ($128) is also a popular choice. Plus, if you’re longing for a classic roast, pop into Steamers on Sunday, where you can choose from beef, chicken or lamb roast, which comes with broccoli, carrots, peas, french beans, roast potatoes, pudding and gravy ($168). Some breakfast items come with toast and tea or coffee. Upgrade to a latte or cappuccino for $5.

66 Yi Chun Street, Sai Kung, 2792 6991, www.steamerssaikung.com

Ali Oli Bakery
European style bakery, Ali Oli, in the Square, offers an all-day breakfast menu with hearty options including a full English breakfast ($98), eggs rancheros ($98) and bacon or sausage and egg breakfast roll ($68). Alternatively, if you’re after something lighter, the bakery offers a spread of pastries, fresh sandwiches and homemade muesli or granola ($68). All breakfasts come with tea or coffee. Gluten-free, vegan and organic options available. From 8am.

11 Sha Tsui Path, Sai Kung, 2792 2655, www.alioli.com.hk

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A relaxed morning at Little Cove Espresso

Little Cove Espresso
With plenty of space indoors and outdoor seating, the Australian-inspired cafe dishes up simple, healthy breakfast dishes. Located in the old town, Little Cove Espresso has an all-day menu which features organic scrambled eggs on sourdough rye bread ($95), smashed avocado ($68 on sourdough rye bread; $78 on a bagel) and egg and bacon ciabatta ($88). To mix things up, Little Cove Espresso also whizzes up smoothie bowls. Try the Cacao Paradise, which is a mix of cacao, banana and coconut milk topped with coconut, cacao nibs and strawberries ($60). Kids have a choice of scrambled eggs ($55) and cheese toastie ($40).

34 See Cheung Street, Sai Kung, 9474 0781, www.facebook.com/littlecoveespresso

Sai Kung Cafe & Bakery
Long queues form regularly outside this Sai Kung cafe thanks to its tasty, fresh-out-of- the oven local treats like pineapple buns and egg tarts. Its breakfast menu is reasonably priced, you’ll be able to nd homestyle oats ($26), macaroni with sausage ($29), or the lot – sausage, ham, luncheon meat, fried egg with instant noodles ($34). All breakfast meals come with a butter bun and selected hot beverages. From 7am till 11am, Monday to Saturday.

G/F, 6-7 Kam Po Court, 2 Hoi Pong Square, Sai Kung, 2792 3861.

Pineapple buns from Sai Kung Cafe
Pineapple buns from Sai Kung Cafe

Jaspas
You won’t be left hungry with the breakfast portions at Jaspas. The restaurant serves up all-time favourite breakfast dishes including the Jaspas B.E.S.T which comes with all your favourite sides – bacon, eggs, sausage, hash brown and tomato ($120), benedicts like no other with a choice of ham or smoked salmon ($120) and the Jaspas omelet which is led with up to three fillings of your choice ($120). The little ones don’t miss out either, Jaspas offers a kids serving of blueberry lled pancakes with maple syrup and ice cream ($55). Most breakfast items comes with coffee, juice and toast. From 8am.

G/F, 13 Sha Tsui Path, Sai Kung, 2792 6388, www.casteloconcepts.com

Classified
Classified serves an egg-cellent breakfast menu which features eggs benedict ($100), eggs royale ($110) and egg white frittata which comes with smoked salmon, bell peppers and tomato sauce ($90). Other options include avocado toast with tomato ($53), french toast with banana, hazelnuts and syrup ($58) and the Classified granola ($51). Wash it down with a coffee or tea or pick up a juice or smoothie if you’re on the go. Available from 8-11.30am.

5 Sha Tsui Path, Sai Kung, 2529 3454, www.classifiedfood.com

Classified's Eggs Benedict
Classified’s Eggs Benedict

Wo Kee Restaurant
For a no fuss, no frills breakfast, head to Wo Kee in Hoi Pong Square. You’ll find oatmeal ($29), ham or sausage with macaroni in soup ($32) and deep fried fish filet ($35). Most breakfast items come with fried egg, toast and coffee or tea (extra $3 for cold drinks). There are also sandwich combos and toasts to choose from. Available 7 days from 6.30am till 11.30am.

9-10 Kam Po Court, Hoi Pong Square, Sai Kung, 2792 0636.

Casa
We’ve been hearing good things about Casa’s breakfasts, not least from staff members who stop by for breakfast even on their days off. There’s plenty of choice, including lots of veggie and vegan options, thanks to vegetarian co-owner James Bradshaw, and gluten-free dishes. As well as familiar favourites such as a cracking Eggs Benedict served with serrano ham ($80), the menu includes Mexican baked beans ($60), cranberry brie muffin ($80) and American pancakes ($50), with toppings such as honey or chocolate. Less typical dishes include guacamole and chorizo with (cold) poached eggs on an English muffin ($80). Breakfast is available from 9am to 3pm.

Shop 1 & 2, Sui Yat Building, Sai Kung Hoi Pong Square, 9221 1940, www.casagroup.co

Casa

Sai Kung Beach Cuisine
Late risers can start the day with alfresco dim sum from midday at this beachfront restaurant, with glorious views across Inner Port Shelter to High Island Reservoir. Tables line the edge of Sha Ha Beach under a row of white pergolas divided by low privet hedges. (Watch out for dive-bombing sparrows.) Tuck into pan-fried lotus cakes, siu mai loaded with shrimps, Chinese mushrooms and crab roe, steamed dumplings with prawns and vegetables and generously sized dishes such as minced pork congee with preserved egg. Minimum charges apply at weekends at outdoor tables, but not inside. Reservations available.

Sha Ha Beach, Tai Mong Tsai Road, Sai Kung, 2792 4990.

Sai Kung Beach Cuisine

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