Nourish: 5 healthy breakfast spots in Hong Kong

Updated on March 23 2016

Eating healthy and consciously can be quite tricky in Hong Kong, especially when it comes to breakfast. Most of us are usually in a rush from the moment we wake up, which leaves us with no time to have a wholesome meal to start our day.

Thankfully, there are plenty of healthy places where you can grab a quick bite. Kickstart your day with one of these five healthy food spots for your next morning meal:

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Restaurant by The Kinnet

The Kinnet serves classics such as avocado Eggs Benedict (HK$108) with a yogurt-based hollandaise sauce and quinoa and sweet corn cakes (HK$85). Healthy, clean and tasty dishes which will leave you feeling both satisfied and nourished.

Restaurant by The Kinnet, 3/F, 33 Hillier Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852-3968 7623, thekinnetrestaurant.com

 

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Grassroots Pantry

A favourite amongst many healthy eaters in Hong Kong, Grassroots Pantry offers a variety of scrumptious options to choose from. If you can’t start the day without eggs, try the fried eggs on kimchi pancake (HK$118). For something light. check out the coconut kefir yogurt parfait (HK$98).

Grassroots Pantry, 108 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852-2873 3353, grassrootspantry.com

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Corner Kitchen Cafe

Besides their whole wheat breakfast wraps with smoked salmon, tomato, coriander and greek yoghurt (HK$60), Corner Kitchen Cafe also have a vegetarian option with eggs, avocado and spinach (HK$60) so everyone can start their day right.

Corner Kitchen Cafe, 226 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852-2547 8008, cornerkitchencafe.com

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Be-Juiced

As you’ve probably already noticed, this city has a juicery on almost every street corner and though a juice is a great way to get your dose of vitamins, there are only few that offer actual food as well.

Be-Juiced’s acai bowls come in two sizes: normal with two toppings (HK$65) and large (HK$115) with 3 toppings. Whether you’re in the mood for fruits or superfoods, Be-Juiced’s got you covered.

Be-Juiced, 45 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852-3693 4550, bejuiced-hk.com

 

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Mana Cafe

Check out Mana Cafe’s variety of savoury and sweet open flats. Made from organic buckwheat or spelt, our favourite is The Lennon made with a rocket and spinach salad, black olives, cherry tomatoes, avocado, seared Halloumi and poached eggs.

If you want to satisfy your sweet tooth, check out The Shelly, which is made with Tahini maple syrup, figs, raisins and dried coconuts. It’s so healthy, it won’t even count as a cheat meal.

Mana Cafe, 8 Tai On Terrace, Pound Lane, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852-2347 8555, mana.hk

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