For my final day in Hong Kong, I felt like it was appropriate to go all out. I started the day off with an elaborate Sunday brunch buffet at Harbourside inside the InterContinental.
Sunday brunch is served 11:30am to 3:00pm and costs HK$898, around $110US. I did say I was going all out. 😉
I was seated near the window with a lovely view of Victoria Harbour.
This particular buffet included bottomless Perrier-Joüet champagne. Cheers!
I didn’t know where to start. There were several stations. Everything looked really good.
There was a nice mix of Asian, Italian, American, and Indian dishes.
The seafood selection was great.
There was a station with cured meats, smoked fish, various cheese, and shellfish. I tried a little bit of (almost) everything.
The fresh pasta station had pasta served in a big wheel of Parmigiano Reggiano which was yummy.
The carving station served excellent prime rib with all the fixings as well as Yorkshire pudding.
The sushi was good, but the sashimi was even better. I could not get enough of the salmon sashimi.
As soon as my glass was empty, it was filled with more champagne. I lost track of how many glasses of champagne I had. Treat. Yo. Self.
After a few plates, I was getting pretty full. I had to check out all those homemade desserts though.
Harbourside’s Sunday brunch was wonderful. With all-you-can-eat items like sashimi, prime rib, lobster, sushi, peking duck, and crab legs, I though it was worth it. Not to mention, the bottomless champagne, beer, and wine.
It was a beautiful sunny day and I wanted to take the MTR to Hong Kong Island to visit Victoria Peak.
Harbourside Champagne Brunch
InterContinental Hong Kong
18 Salisbury Road
Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong