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Food & Drink Section
By Adele Wong | September 18th, 2015
  • Restaurant
  • HK Island, Kennedy Town
  • Address: G/F, 93 Catchick Street, Kennedy Town
  • Website:
  • Open Hours: Monday-Friday, Lunch, Dinner; Saturday-Sunday, Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner
  • Capacity: 40
  • Open Since : June, 2014
  • Phone: 2855-1289
  • Rating: 5
  • Cuisine: Brunch, Fusion, Seafood, Western
  • Ambience: Alfresco, Casual, Intimate, Loud, Trendy

 Amazing Brunch: Catch On Catchick began as a cozy seafood-centric neighborhood restaurant, but has since gobbled up the space next door and has slowly and surely become K-Town’s de facto brunch spot.

Look & Feel: The decor at Catch On Catchick is clean and simple, with light walls and white tables packed as closely together as possible. The restaurant feels alfresco with its wide-open front.

Bacon and fried toast? Sign us up!
Bacon and fried toast? Sign us up!

On the Menu: Depending on the time of day you go, you’ll get creative egg-heavy breakfast options, brunch and lunch deals, or a la carte seafood specials prepared in a fusion east-meets-west-style that reminds us of modern Australian cuisine.  Take your pick of raw oysters, steamed mussels, and seared salmon if you’re craving a fresh catch.

Service: Don’t expect any fancy service here, but you’ll get your seat promptly and your water refilled in timely intervals.

Jeng: The food is just plain awesome: Catch is easily one of the best restaurants in K-Town. From the chili mayo-drenched Dirty Eggs ($148, plus $35 extra for chorizo slices) for breakfast to the crispy-battered sea perch and chips ($198) for dinner, we’re pretty sure every dish tastes as good as it looks. (We’ll get back to you once we’ve tried the whole menu.)

Not So Jeng: Alfresco doesn’t quite work on a stuffy, hot summer day. If you happen to sit close to the kitchen and courtyard, it’s a double-whammy of sizzling heat.

Great For: A lazy weekend brunch, an intimate dinner date.

FYI: Catch does serve a lot more than seafood, so you’re taken care of even if rib-eye steak and roast pork belly are more your thing.

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