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A Bubbly and Musical Free-Flow at Spiga’s Brunch

March 31, 2017 Dining No Comments Email Email

Toasting a “Cin Cin” to the best meal of the week, Spiga celebrates Sunday brunch with bubbly in the glass and beats in the ears. Italian cuisine’s greatest hits are presented through an antipasti semi-buffet followed by the choice of a made-to-order main course, an indulgent dessert bar and an optional free-flow champagne, mimosa, beer and wine pairing. Complementing the late morning meal, live music sets the beat for a perfect Sunday, from 12pm to 3pm (starting from HKD388).

The weekend treat begins at the semi-buffet with a delicate selection of Italian cold cuts, light green salads with various toppings and dressings of striking colours and flavours, warm soups and oven-fresh bread and Focaccia. Keeping up with the rhythm calls for a carving station including the best of Parma ham and salami to satisfy any carnivorous cravings. A seafood spread with some of the freshest delights from the deep adds a further beat to the broad brunch offer. The bounty of the sea includes premium Boston lobster, Italian prawns, oysters and further delectable bites of the season.

Fried Eggs with Spinach and Black Truffle

The à la carte main course spoils diners with authentic Italian recipes. Highlights include daily hand-made pasta, like Spaghetti with flavourful tomato sauce and basil, homemade Sea Urchin Angel Hair Pasta with garlic, chili, olive oil and bottarga (additional HKD70), or traditional Margherita featuring tomato, mozzarella and basil. (Day-)timeless favourites, like pizza are also available with tomato, mozzarella and Parma ham toppings, or egg dishes, either scrambled with mushrooms and bacon, or fried eggs, complete with spinach and exclusive black truffle from Norcia, Italy (additional HKD70). Upgrade your morning meal with a Spiga signature, theCrunchy Veal Cheek with crispy potatoes and Dijon mustard millefuille (additional HKD130), the marinated Roasted Chicken with bell peppers (additional HKD100) or the freshest Catch of the Day Pescatora Style with prawns, squid and mussels (additional HKD180, approx. 1kg).

Roasted chicken marinated with chilli, garlic, mustard and rosemary with bell peppers

End brunch on a sweet note with a bespoke choice of fine desserts, including a rotating selection of creamy Panna Cotta, lemon tarts and fresh fruits.

Pair the lavish Sunday meal with free-flow sparkling prosecco, refreshing mimosas, Bloody Marys, Peroni beer, house white or bold red wine for two hours (HKD160), or opt for the Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut Champagne upgrade that adds a further touch of noblesse, elegance and finesse to the morning (HKD260).

Sea urchin angel hair pasta with garlic, chili, olive oil and bottarga

 

Whether musical novices or true connoisseurs, guests will enjoy true decadence at brunch as live, electric tunes provide the perfect accompaniment to clinking glasses. Spiga invites diners to be dazzled by both the delicate dishes and the atmospheric live music, with a constantly updated lineup on Spiga’s official Facebook page. After all, fresh antipasti, house-made linguini and quality beef go best with a side of electric beats.

Raise the glasses to a true Italian Sunday morning and early afternoon with contemporary classic dishes to kick start the day. The cinematic-chic Italian 1950s interiors designed by award-winning Joyce Wang Studio shine as natural light floods the spacious dining areas, and create an atmosphere that inspires conversation and invites to revel in relaxing beats and early daydreams – only at Spiga.

Media Note: On Saturdays, à la carte lunch is served from 12 noon to 3pm. During the 4 April 2017 public holiday, the brunch menu will also be available.

A large selection of desserts at Spiga’s Sundaybrunch

Spiga

Spiga is a contemporary Italian restaurant, bar and Portico garden terrace located in the heart of Central. With the menu created by two Michelin Star Chef Enrico Bartolini, Spiga is a representation of today’s Italy with traditional fare prepared in a modern way. With cinematic 1950s Italian interiors design by Joyce Wang Studio, diners will find themselves transported to various unique thematic spaces capturing the romance and intrigue of vintage Italy.

Spiga celebrates Sunday brunch with bubbly in the glass and atmospheric beats in the ears

Portico

The adjoining terrace is the place to see and be seen on an evening out in Central – a spacious outdoor oasis with a long bar that summons to mind the lush gardens of Italy. Alfresco at its best in Hong Kong, Portico has its own menu as well as a DJ spinning music from Thursday through Saturday.

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