Guangzhou's Best Hangover Breakfasts

Guangzhou's Best Hangover Breakfasts
By Beth Green , eChinacities.com

Too many pints the night before? Don't worry, Guangzhou offers not only bars and pubs for a good night out, but culinary cures for the morning after. My quick fix is fried rice and won ton soup—something every local diner serves up cheap. But sometimes, nothing can beat a leisurely, greasy breakfast. Here are some places to start:

1) The Happy MonkView In Map
For hung-over Brits and others craving beans for breakfast, the Happy Monk's Full English Breakfast at 88 RMB, or even better yet, the Happy Morning After, will win moans of gratitude. The second meal adds on a Bloody Mary for that hair of the dog.

Add: 29 Jianshe Wuma Lu, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou
地址: 广州市越秀区建设五马路29 号
Tel: 020 8376 5597
Breakfast served: 10:00-17:00

2) FG Fine FoodsView In Map
Over one street, FG Fine Foods' Jianshe 4 Road Branch is a cheerful place to break your fast. Serving warm, eggy breakfast wraps, inspiringly healthy muesli and gorgeous coffees all day, this is a good place to hit if you're feeling like you-know-what. Some portions may seem small to larger appetites.

Add: 1, 23 Jianshe Simalu, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou
地址: 广州市越秀区建设四马路23号之一
Tel: 020 6288 6040

3) McCawley’sView In Map
Some wise soul at newish New Town pub McCawley's decided to make their Ultimate Fry-Up an all-day affair, featuring free range eggs, black bacon, mushrooms, black pudding, sausages, fried potatoes and grilled tomatoes. Their Bloody Marys aren't cheap at 60 RMB, but are spicy and delicious.

Add: Shop No. 101, 16 Huacheng Dadao, Zhujiang Xincheng, Guangzhou
地址: 广州市天河区珠江新城花城大道16号101
Tel: 020 3801 7000
Web: www.mccawleys.com
Breakfast served: 10:00 onwards
Getting there: The address is on Huacheng Avenue, but the restaurant is actually located at the back of building number 16, across the parking lot from the Eur Am Medical Center.

4) The TavernView In Map
In a similar vein, nearby The Tavern sports bar offers their own take on an All Day English Breakfast for 65 RMB. They also offer Bloody Marys and Irish Coffees to help you wake up right.

Add: 108, 2 Huajiu Lu, Zhujiang Xincheng, Guangzhou
地址: 广州市珠江新城华就路2号保利108公馆
Tel: 020 8550 3038

5) Tao Tao JuView In Map
Those party-hearty souls ready to detox Cantonese style can visit one of the city's fine dim sum restaurants for sweet or salty tidbits washed down with pots of purifying tea. One of Guangzhou's best dim sum restaurants is Tao Tao Ju, between Changshou Lu and Huangsha metro stations. It's popular, so get there early!

Add: 20 Dishipu Lu, Liwan District, Guangzhou
地址: 广州市荔湾区第十甫路20号
Tel: 020 8138 9632
Breakfast served: 07:00-14:00

6) 13 FactoriesView In Map
Those party-goers smart enough to do their overindulging on a Friday or Saturday can wake up to the prospect of brunch at Tianhe's small but relaxing 13 Factories. Food served includes 25 RMB Buttermilk Waffles and 78 RMB Cowboy Steak and Eggs.

Add: 7 Tianhe Beilu, off of Tiyu Xilu, Tianhe District, Guangzhou
地址: 广州市体育西路天河北街7号
Tel: 020 3884 9230
Email: thirteenfactories@gmail.com
Brunch served: Sat-Sun, 11:00-15:00

7) K.K. Rabbit Food Delivery Service
And if going out at all just seems like too much bother, try out K.K. Rabbit Food Delivery Service and get your hangover cure delivered from a local restaurant right to your door. Menus can be downloaded from their website, and orders can be placed online, via chat or over the phone. Delivery fees start at 15 RMB and go up 7 RMB for every kilometer over the first three. English spoken.

Web: www.kkrabit.com.cn
Phone: 400 720 1717 

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RM
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We use KK Rabbit regularly and have never had a problem. I used to call, now I use SKYPE to order. They are always friendly and right on time!! It's more expensive than calling a restaurant directly, but worth the hassle-free service. Our address is on file and they can usually provide a fapiao! We use them 3 to 4 times a month for nearly 3 years!!

Nov 04, 2012 03:31 Report Abuse

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Estelle
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KK Rabbit Food Delivy Service is the worst delivery service I have ever tried! They will take your order and let you know what the delivery price is for your given address on internet. Then they will call you back half an hour later to let you know that it will take an hour and a half instead of 45 minutes to deliver. If you still want your order, they will call back half an hour later to multiply the delivery fee by 3. And try to make you cancel the order again! I have tried it three times now and each times they canceled my order after 2 hours!

Apr 04, 2012 21:19 Report Abuse