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“A very good Sunday Brunch”

Brasserie on the Eighth at Conrad Hong Kong
Ranked #483 of 9,700 Restaurants in Hong Kong
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $77 - $77
Cuisines: European
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Dining options: Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Reservations
Neighborhood: Admiralty
Description: Our vibrant atmosphere and warm service is inspired by a dynamic open kitchen serving a seamless blend of past and present in French-continental cuisine.
Reviewed February 28, 2012

The Brunch is still one of the best in Asia but today I believe that Plaza Athenee in Bangkok is now a bit better.

Some Sashimi and oysters were missing this time. Reason was according to the manager WWF initiatives.
That is acceptable.
Fresh milk was asked for but it was "out of stock" !!! at a 5 * hotel and restaurant. There is a super market downstairs....

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Thank Tomberra
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Reviewed February 20, 2012

A reliable French up market restaurant with bistro type food. The mango and seafood salad was well executed, as was the dish with three types of duck. My colleague's steak was very good also. Good and moderately priced wine selection. Reliable. But has seen its best days.

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Thank sol500
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Reviewed November 13, 2011

Pros:Excellent French cooking
Do not miss the dessert sampler
Tables our far apart,spectacular views if close to the window(not my case unfortunately)Impressive wine list
Cons: expensive of course, portions are on the stingy side

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Thank MILOUW
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Reviewed June 9, 2011

The food, service and ambience here is always splendid.
So the other day, we decided to hold a small birthday party of four in this restaurant.
The food was delicious. The oysters served as an excellent starter. The steak was succulent while the pan-fried Dover sole was a truly a wonderful dish. The wine was great too!
The team of staff was professional and discreet. The service was attentive but unobtrusive. It was a busy Saturday evening; yet, they could still maintain the good quality of service.
The thoughtfulness and heartiness of the staff was not only shown by the superb complimentary cheese platter after our main course but also their presentation of the cake we brought to serve as dessert. The cake was beautifully presented on a large silver tray covered with lilies and rose pedals. On one side of the tray was a silver cup containing a cute teddy bear and was a souvenir from the hotel. We certainly had a wonderful and memorable evening here!

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Thank Starbo6
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Reviewed March 29, 2011

This brunch is probably the most expensive in town. You need to be a drinker of champagne and a seafood eater to get your money's worth! Champagne was the lovely Louis Roederer, which makes a nice change from Moet or Veuve as a freeflow. Lobster, crab legs, river prawns - all great. Was extremely disappointed to discover there were no oysters on the buffet when we went. They were our primary reason for going!

Pan fried fois gras was delicious but was strangely served on a bed on mushrooms instead of crostini as I had read in previous reviews. The port wine sauce to go with the fois gras was lovely. Wagyu Beef on the carvery was great quality and perfectly cooked. Also available was leg of lamb, leg of ham and salmon in pastry.

The hot chafffing dishes didn't hold anything particularly interesting. Neither did the cereal bar, don't know who would pay that much money and come and eat muesli!

My friends loved the smoked fish that was available. We all enjoyed the sashimi, great quality and well cut.

Was very disappointed in the cheese selection, it was minimal and tired looking. The rest of the deserts were lovely.

So overall quite mixed in hindsight. Some areas are flawless, namely the seafood and champagne. Other areas could be improved.

Would still try it again if I had a bunch of thirsty seafood eaters with me, on expense accounts!

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Thank RenuHongKong
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