It is an annual fund raising event. Once I hopped on the bus towards the Peak, I noticed half of the passengers wore pink. The organizer allow walkers to take their dogs. So it was somewhat like a dog show as well. There were four dogs in our group.
Because we needed a dog-friendly venue which is also private to our group, it was not easy, and after a thorough search, we decided to go to Aberdeen, to have our breakfast at The Butcher's Club Deli.
The restaurant is situated inside a factory building. In fact many of Hong Kong's manufacturing industries moved to China, leaving many vacant spaces. In order to maximize the use of land, government allows some of the factory buildings to run other businesses. So nowadays we can find some private kitchens within industrial buildings.
The roof top breakfast was really relaxing. Kids and the dogs also enjoyed the setting very much. I especially like the open view together with the mild weather yesterday.
The Butcher's Club Deli has two floors - the Penthouse and the roof top. Dogs are allowed at the roof. 30 of us occupied the entire roof.
The breakfast was in fact a brunch. Although it looks somewhat simple, there were actually 9 items in the plate - slice of bread, there was an egg and some beans at the bottom, together with two sausages, grilled mushroom, tomato, potato cake and bacon. Personally I don't like the blood sausage, the other items are really well done, especially the giant mushroom. Coffee and tea were self serviced. Some colleagues went downstairs to enjoy desserts at their own expenses.
Each dog was served with a tray of water. Kids were glad to offer them their left-over bacon.
I don't know the price. But according to their website, a hamburger costs HK$100, so I guess a private venue breakfast would cost close to HK$300 per person.
18 Wong Chuk Hang Road
Aberdeen, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2884 0768
Hong Kong Food Blog - Pink Breakfast