Brunch at 208 Duecento Otto

Brunch at 208 Duecento Otto

Western/Italian cuisine that is sure to make your weekend tastier

thisgirlabroad  thisgirlabroad  on 19 Apr '16

Having recently popped by for dinner to try their new food and drinks menu, we couldn't resist a visit back to 208 for brunch the following weekend. 208 has customers returning regularly in a city where a new restaurant pops up practically every day, so you know they're doing something right. Aside from their stellar dinner and weekday lunch offerings, weekend brunch at 208 Duecento Otto is a delicious way to spend a lazy Saturday or Sunday.


Calamari Fritto

The Calamari Fritto were lightly fried with just the right amount of seasoningMozzarella di BufalaThe Mozzarella di Bufala looked and tasted impressive

We began with the Calamari Fritto (HK$178) with paprika mayonnaise. These large pieces of squid were lightly fried with just the right amount of seasoning. In an effort to be a bit healthier, we ordered the Mozzarella di Bufala (HK$128) with basil, aged balsamic, and roasted vine cherry tomatoes. Not only did this dish look impressive, the mozzarella was so fresh and balsamic complemented the dish as opposed to overpowering it.


Eggs Royal

The Eggs Royal can't go wrongButternut & Pecorino RavioliThe Butternut & Pecorino Ravioli was cooked al dente  

Moving onto the mains, we started with the Eggs Royal (HK$138) with smoked salmon on toasted foccacia. Though a bit heavy on the hollandaise sauce, you can't really go wrong with this traditional brunch option. We also had our eye on the Butternut & Pecorino Ravioli (HK$178) with nutmeg and grated chestnut. We felt it was slightly pricey for three ravioli, but it was cooked al dente and the filling was quite tasty.


Chocolate Fudge

The Chocolate Fudge Brownie was incredibly rich and gooey 208 TiramisuThe 208 Tiramisu was light and creamy

Despite having just ordered the Chocolate Fudge Brownie (HK$88) when we were at 208 Duecento Otto for dinner the other week, we just had to have it again. Brought to the table warm, it's so incredibly rich and gooey, and the espresso caramel drizzle is really the icing on the cake. We also couldn't resist trying the 208 Tiramisu (HK$88), an Italian dessert staple. The tiramisu was light and creamy, with a good balance of ingredients.


208 Duecento Otto has a beautiful interior with lots of natural light shining in, making it a perfect spot for those who want to grab a bite to eat without having to feel stuck inside on a nice day. The food served at 208 is always of high quality and their consistency with both flavour and presentation is commendable. We will certainly be returning for 208's brunch (in fact, it's likely we already have by the time you've read this).

208 Duecento Otto 
Website or Tel: 2549 0208

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A Canadian expat who has been eating her way through HK without any plans to slow down.

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