Friday, November 19, 2010
(Image: Zuma brunch)
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@hkFashionGeek #hkfgtwittertips cafe TOO at Island Shangri-La!
@hkFashionGeek Zuma for brunch on Sunday!
@hkFashionGeek well I'm not the leading authority but zuma brunch is pretty amazing
@hkFashionGeek: Come on, Clipper Lounge at @MO_HKG for buffet!
@hkFashionGeek grand hyatt
@hkFashionGeek me and my friends are planning a seafood buffet lunch at Yamm at the Mira soon!
@hkFashionGeek I like cafe Too at Island Shangri-la for buffets #hkfgtwittertips
@hkFashionGeek JW Marriott for their famous Salad Bar during weekdays, Brunch @ Plateau Gd Hyatt during weekends :) #hkfgtwittertips
@hkFashionGeek The Sunday brunch buffet at the Sheraton is yummy! All you can eat foie gras!
@hkFashionGeek Intercontinental Hotel TST
@hkFashionGeek buffets are kinda rare outside hotels, no? I rmbr there were semi buffets (antipasti & dessert) at Bistecca & Prime I liked!
@hkFashionGeek Best buffets in HK are in private members clubs. Helena May, American Club & Aberdeen Marina Club come to mind.
@hkFashionGeek I recently went to habitu ristorante where they had a one-time-a-year only BBQ buffet and it was hands down one of the best?
@hkFashionGeek how about brunch buffet at Top Deck? If you don't eat, they have bubbles
@hkFashionGeek #hkfgtwittertips If a sushi buffet can be included I can recommend in Central: Rest. Wanya,New World Tower,M/F,18 Prince Rd.