Review | Mo Bros

Mo Bros

Ever since I found out about this place, I’ve been going there almost once every week. It’s my routine Saturday or Sunday morning brunch place. Tucked away down some stairs on Elgin Street near Peel Street, they have a lovely outdoor seating area and also cozy indoor seating. You see red wine displayed up on one whole wall, on the back wall is a nice scenery of fields somewhere in Europe, and then across from the wine wall you see the raw meat section where they prepare their prosciutto and salami.

The staff is really nice and personable. They’ve recognized me just after I’ve been there twice, and always greats me with “Welcome Back” or “See you next week!” after the meal. I also love the music that they play there. It’s usually something jazzy like Frank Sinatra. Every time I go I feel like I’m sitting beside the fireplace while it’s snowing outside.

(Complimentary Bread) 

And of course the most important part – the food. It is relatively inexpensive compared to other restaurants in the Soho & LKF area. But the quality is definitely up there. You can get different cuts of meat. One item (30g) is HK $40, two items (60g) is HK $70, and three items (90g) is HK $100. Usually I’ll get Prosciutto & Salami. As for the mains, they’re generally around HK $100-$150 per dish. I recommend the Smoked Salmon Pasta (HK$110) and the Spaghetti & Meatballs (HK $110).
They also have Happy Hour drinks, which I don’t really remember what time it is. They seem to be always having happy hour. But the cocktails and wine will be half price! So each glass is only around HK $40!See here for their full food menu.

Next time you’re looking for an affordable place to enjoy brunch on the weekend, give Mo Bros a try and let me know what you think!

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