Weekend Breez­ing

HK Magazine - - DINING -

One of the lat­est out­lets to join French Cre­ations’ sta­ble of ca­sual neigh­bor­hood bistros, Comp­toir’s (42 Forbes St., Kennedy Town, 2453-9873) weekend brunch is a must-try, with four de­li­cious cour­ses for $200 per per­son, and free-flow wine for an extra $180—one of the bet­ter value brunches in the city. Well-por­tioned and served pip­ing hot, the meal is best en­joyed at one of the al­fresco café’s counter seats, with re­fresh­ing house sparkling wine to wash down lash­ings of but­ter and cream (the more the merrier when it comes to French food, right?). The chang­ing brunch menu cur­rently stars a hearty roast chest­nut soup and truf­fle scram­bled eggs, but it’s also worth check­ing out the à la carte se­lec­tion—all small plates de­signed to share—in­clud­ing seared sea bass with green peas in a fish emul­sion ($88), tuna-stuffed piquillo pep­pers ($60) and sautéed oc­to­pus with Thai asparagus ($98).

Brunch bros as­sem­ble at Comp­toir

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