Since BRICK LANE was born, Hong Kong has been able to enjoy fantastic British cuisine in a relaxed environment, first in Tsim Sha Tsui and now within the sleek CITIC Tower in Admiralty. This branch of BRICK LANE has been open since 2013 and foodies now flock to it, so excited are they about not having to cross the harbour. The location on Tim Mei Avenue is undoubtedly one of the best places to relax in Hong Kong, due in no small part to a menu packed with British favourites as well as contemporary, soothing decor.
Good tasting! Good service! Good weather! We enjoy our all day breakfast & Benedicts at their outdoor seat. Will try to have dinner next time.
Nice lunch with a friend. Had farfelle for me and tofu steak for my friend. Both were good. Hot chocolate continues to be my favorite drink here!
Hong Kong loves BRICK LANE because dining here is like being transported to East London, the home of actual Brick Lane, famous for its vibrancy and artistic flair. One standout piece of art on actual BRICK LANE is, of course, the white bicycle mounted on a brick wall and it’s this, we’re sure you will have noticed, that’s become the brand icon of the BRICK LANE restaurants in Hong Kong. This branch in Admiralty – nestled atop the CITIC Tower on Tim Mei Avenue – blends dark wood furniture, ambient lighting and a stunning al fresco area to bring the ultimate chill.
As with the restaurant’s older sister, BRICK LANE in Admiralty offers a vast menu of British flavours that will put a smile on your face. There is an all day breakfast, eggs benedict as well as fish and chips, bangers and mash and a boozy Guinness pie. Or, you can always Indulge in a sharing platter of gourmet chips or baked mussels, a surefire way to unwind. See what all the fuss is about and reserve a table at BRICK LANE. You won’t be disappointed.BRICK LANE 主打英式全日早餐及班尼迪蛋，亦備一系列英國地道菜餚，包括自家餅房出品的紅絲絨蛋糕。餐廳設計裝潢型格，概念以倫敦東部一條富個性文化小街Brick Lane 為藍本。在磚牆上掛着白色單車是 BRICK LANE 的招牌元素，工業風加上黑木布置及古式燈泡，極具英國美食酒館風。 餐廳對食材丶餐酒及咖啡的要求及品味都十分嚴格，品質有保証。