Mr & Mrs Fox Launches Weekend Brunch

Mr & Mrs Fox, Swire Restaurants’ three storey neighbourhood restaurant & bar in Quarry Bay, has launched its Weekend Brunch featuring classic brunch favourites and signature dry-aged steaks with an option to enjoy a free flow beverage package. Perfect for weekend gatherings with family and friends, the brunch menu will be available at both Mrs Fox on ground floor and Mr Fox on the first floor every Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 3pm.

While the brunch à la carte menu offers a variety of classic brunch dishes range from raw bar items, charcuterie and signature Rangers Valley Black Market dry-aged steaks, the Brunch Set Menu showcases Chef Joey’s foxy twist on classic brunch dishes. Priced at HKD160, the set menu begins with Warm Biscuit served with Jam, Fruit and Yoghurt as the starter, followed by a second course with options of Short Rib Eggs Benedict, Pastrami Croque Madame, Classic Quiche Lorraine with Arugula Salad, Scrambled Eggs & Truffle in Brioche, Spanish Omelette, Black Angus BBQ Cheddar Burger, Pandan Waffle, Cast Iron Roasted Pancakes and Cornflake Crusted French Toast & Sauteed Foie Gras (additional charge of HKD25).

For the sweet tooth, the brunch menu also features selected dessert items, including the all-time favourite Baked Alaska, Buttermilk Egg Soufflé serving with maple syrup, Anglaise and bacon as well as Mrs Fox’s Ice Creams & Sorbets.

For diners who are tempted for an early drink, the 2-hour free flow beverage package of Prosecco, house red and white wines is available at HKD175 with choices to include Aperol Spritzer, Beer or Bloody Marys with additional charge. Mr & Mrs Fox’s Bloody Marys recreated from the classic recipes are presented in three different versions, ‘Vegetarian’, ‘Seafood’ and ‘Meat’, ideal for a weekend indulgence.

On 27h March, Mr & Mrs Fox is celebrating its first Easter with a Easter Brunch featuring special drinks and family activities, including an Egg Hunt with Easter Bunny at 3pm and an egg painting corner that allows children to be creative.