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By Andrea Lo | February 11th, 2017
  • Restaurant
  • Admiralty, HK Island
  • Address: Shop 404, 4/F, Citic Tower, 1 Tim Mei Avenue, Admiralty
  • Website: http://www.bricklane.com.hk/main/
  • Open Hours: Monday-Sunday, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Open Since : August, 2013
  • Phone: 2363-2500
  • Rating: 3.5
  • Cuisine: British, International, Modern
  • Ambience: Alfresco, Casual

London, Transplanted: The worker bees of Admiralty are no doubt familiar with BRICK LANE, the British-inspired restaurant known for its signature all-day breakfasts and solid cocktail options.

Look & Feel: Situated at Citic Tower, BRICK LANE feels a little bit out of the way — but we’re sure it’s a godsend in a neighborhood like Admiralty, where dining options are limited and steer towards the pricy side. A sun-drenched dining area is decked out in homey decor, complete with a bike mounted on the wall. There’s a large terrace perfect for after-work drinks, or special events.

Brick Lane

On the Menu: You’d better come hungry, because there are some big portions to be had here. There are multiple all-day breakfast options, including the Brick Lane Combo ($168), a whopping dish that includes three eggs, bacon, baked beans, black pudding, cheese, corned beef, ham, hash brown, portobello mushrooms, sausage, smoked salmon, vine tomato, Yorkshire pudding and finally, toast. Got a sweet tooth? Go for the skillet pancakes (from $88) instead.

Service: There’s a good server-to-diner ratio, which means guaranteed quick service.

Jeng: We love the eggs royale ($98), a heaving dish that comes with fresh, thick slices of smoked salmon and two perfectly poached eggs, dripping in Hollandaise sauce. Go baller with toppings like black truffle paste ($20) or even caviar ($40). Or, save space for the flavorsome seared tuna steak ($269), bursting with umami.

Not So Jeng: While the dishes are all pretty awesome, nothing on the menu is totally out of the ordinary — so don’t expect super out-there creations.

Great For: Workday lunch, a lazy weekend afternoon.

FYI: BRICK LANE’s original outlet is located in Tsim Sha Tsui.

This writeup was based on a complimentary media tasting. The Loop doesn’t guarantee/sell restaurant review coverage. See our editorial policy here.

  • By Andrea Lo | February 11th, 2017
    • Restaurant
    • Admiralty, HK Island
    • Address: Shop 404, 4/F,1 Tim Mei Avenue,Admiralty
    • Website: http://www.bricklane.com.hk/main/
    • Open Hours: Monday-Sunday, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Open Since: August 3rd, 2023
    • Phone: 2363-2500
    • Rating: 3.5
    • Cuisine: British, International, Modern
    • Ambience: Alfresco, Casual

    London, Transplanted: The worker bees of Admiralty are no doubt familiar with BRICK LANE, the British-inspired restaurant known for its signature all-day breakfasts and solid cocktail options.

    Look & Feel: Situated at Citic Tower, BRICK LANE feels a little bit out of the way — but we’re sure it’s a godsend in a neighborhood like Admiralty, where dining options are limited and steer towards the pricy side. A sun-drenched dining area is decked out in homey decor, complete with a bike mounted on the wall. There’s a large terrace perfect for after-work drinks, or special events.

    Brick Lane

    On the Menu: You’d better come hungry, because there are some big portions to be had here. There are multiple all-day breakfast options, including the Brick Lane Combo ($168), a whopping dish that includes three eggs, bacon, baked beans, black pudding, cheese, corned beef, ham, hash brown, portobello mushrooms, sausage, smoked salmon, vine tomato, Yorkshire pudding and finally, toast. Got a sweet tooth? Go for the skillet pancakes (from $88) instead.

    Service: There’s a good server-to-diner ratio, which means guaranteed quick service.

    Jeng: We love the eggs royale ($98), a heaving dish that comes with fresh, thick slices of smoked salmon and two perfectly poached eggs, dripping in Hollandaise sauce. Go baller with toppings like black truffle paste ($20) or even caviar ($40). Or, save space for the flavorsome seared tuna steak ($269), bursting with umami.

    Not So Jeng: While the dishes are all pretty awesome, nothing on the menu is totally out of the ordinary — so don’t expect super out-there creations.

    Great For: Workday lunch, a lazy weekend afternoon.

    FYI: BRICK LANE’s original outlet is located in Tsim Sha Tsui.

    This writeup was based on a complimentary media tasting. The Loop doesn’t guarantee/sell restaurant review coverage. See our editorial policy here.