Foodies of Hong Kong, here lies the eldest of the BRICK LANE restaurant family, the cool spot in Tsim Sha Tsui that’s been providing a true taste of London since 2011. As you may be aware, the family has grown over the years, but the Tsim Sha Tsui branch remains the favourite for many. You can find it on the crossing of Blenheim Avenue and Minden Avenue, where a glass front, sleek interior and iconic BRICK LANE bicycle await. The menu, it goes without saying, offers classic tastes of England.
It is closing on Feb 28, 2017. So some items I tried to order were sold out. Taste ok but a bit over priced. Waiters can be more professional.
Just a few steps to follow and table is booked within a second. Easy and convenient to use for table booking! Definitely will use again.
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 flare. And this, the original branch of Hong Kong’s BRICK LANE restaurants, shows more than anywhere why the chain is so popular. It’s chilled, it’s elegant and it never tries too hard. Located on Blenheim Avenue in Tsim Sha Tsui, it modells dark wood furniture and vintage bulbs to bring the perfect respite from the bustle of Hong Kong.
The menu offers an abundance 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, if you’ve a bit of a sweet tooth, BRICK LANE bake all their cakes themselves and, well, let’s just say red velvet is available – it’s curious vanilla-y goodness. See what all the fuss is about and reserve a table at BRICK LANE TST. You won’t be disappointed. And, don’t forget the sister project BRICK LANE Gallery – a combination restaurant and bar and art gallery – also in Tsim Sha Tsui!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。