Hong Kong Travels: The Flying Pan

When my friend asked me where I wanted to have brunch, I pretty much had my mind set on The Flying Pan. I’ve seen a few brunch pictures on facebook and was quite intrigued and determined to make the effort to check this place out.

The Flying Pan has 2 locations in Hong Kong: Central and Wan Chai. This is their central location that I’ve visited – serving breakfast, brunch, omelettes, eggs, pancakes, waffles, variety of hot drinks for 24 hours a day – 7 days a week!

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Love the diner style feel of this restaurant – from their blue tables, chairs and walls to their red and white checkered floors!

Lemonade

  • This drink came with the brunch combo that I ordered
  • Very sweet and slightly sour – like its suppose to be. This drink was incredibly refreshing for a hot summer day in Hong Kong

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My friend and I both opted for something off their House Specialities Menu which can be turned into a combo! You choose one of their 14 brunch mains from their house specialities menu which then comes which a drink of your choice. Plus an addiction of 2 sides to accompany your main.

{Top} Eggs Guacamole w/ Avocado &Salsa ($47 HKD – $7.34 CAD / $74 HKD w/ combo – $11.56 CAD) 

  • My friend opted for a lemonade to drink – and the sides that accompanied the eggs guacamole were baked beans with a nice tomato soup

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Eggs Benedict w/ Grilled Ham ($47 HKD – $7.34 CAD / $74 HKD w/ a combo – $11.56 CAD)

  • As part of the combo, I opted for a lemonade from a variety of other freshly juices to choose from
  • For my 2 sides, I opted Potatoes and Tomato Soup from 8 sides to choose from!
  • The eggs were poached just right – the egg yolk was very smooth and still warm. The hollandaise sauce nicely drizzled over the benedict –  not too heavy or filling
  • The tomato soup was served slightly luke warm – I personally found it to be a tad salty

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The Flying Pan does get pretty packed if you go at their peak times. Fortunately, I was jetlagged and woke up all the wrong hours and came in to a restaurant with lots of table lefts (YAY!). Nonetheless, I do recommend the flying pan if you’re ever wanting to have a relaxing & simple brunch with friends. I personally thought it was a great idea to see Hong Kong’s take of an American brunch while taking a break from endless eats of traditional Hong Kong food!

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