Funky wines

and sharing plates.


Our name says it all. Translated from French to English BRUT simply and beautifully means; raw. Raw talent, raw materials, raw passion and personality. 

If you enjoy setting your taste buds alight with unusual flavours you will no doubt enjoy an evening at Brut; surprising wines and delightful combinations of simple ingredients reworked with love and creativity.

We believe in food with an interesting story to tell, where fond memories and flavours are blended together to create dishes both nostalgic and new.


Our unquenchable curiosity for flavors, cultures and people means that we’re always experimenting with our playful menu and wine list.


Our wines, like our food, are carefully sourced from mostly organic and biodynamic farmers around the world and naturally adapt with the seasons. We also source an extensive and ever changing “by the glass” menu giving you the freedom to explore a bold collection of flavours each time you visit.

We can’t wait to welcome you to Brut and share uncommon and unexpected flavours together. Our space feels like a hidden home-from-home where you’ll be seated amid 20 guests to ensure your visit is always memorable.



Camille Lisette Glass kicked off her training at Ferrandi culinary school in Paris, followed by an intensive apprenticeship at Youpi et Voilà under renowned chef Patrice Gelbart. After experimenting with her own speakeasy-style private kitchens in both Paris and Hong Kong, Miss Lisette Glass pursued a long-standing interest in natural wines and high-quality produce, building her expertise through roles at La Cabane and Locofama Group, founding the latter’s natural wines store ‘Fresh Orgasmic Bottles’, before deciding to launch her own concept; Brut!


George Kwok discovered his passion for cooking after moving to Bristol, England, and struggling to find high quality Asian cuisine. During his 10 years in Bristol, he launched his own project to perfect his cooking technique and built up a strong portfolio which he now shares via Facebook and YouTube to his 5000+ followers. Having previously worked alongside two-time Michelin star awarded chef Lise Deveix of Akrame, Mr Kwok is now Executive Chef at Brut! with a blend of sharp wit, efficiency and creativity prevalent in his cooking.



We love to cook delicious food. We especially love to get creative and play with foods from all over the world that have wowed us along the way. 

Please note that the ingredients we use are highly seasonal and our daily offerings are updated frequently.

Most allergies can be accommodated and we welcome vegetarians and vegans.



Life Style Asia Interview 2020 with Camille Glass

January 01, 2020

27 Questions: Camille Lisette Glass, Co-founder of Brut!

Brut! is recommended by this year's Starwine List

August 06, 2019

Intimate, dim and candle lit, with a sharing-plate menu and the wine list written on the wall with a marker. 

A Foodie World: Young, Raw and Unfiltered: Brut!

May 09, 2019

If you really can’t be bothered to read the rest of this article, know that eating at Brut! will be amongst your best dining experiences of the year.

LUXE City Guides: Eat Like A Chef: Hong Kong

April 18, 2019

Brut! is a rare bird in Hong Kong’s crowded dining scene.

Hong Kong Tatler: Sai Ying Pun’s Brut Is More Than An Ordinary Neighborhood Tapas Bar

May 16, 2018

Simple décor and refreshing plates are just two reasons you may want to come back for more.

A Foodie World: New Restaurant Review: Brut!

June 10, 2018

An intimate restaurant and wine bar in Sai Ying Pun with neighbourhood-hang-out appeal.

Sassy Hong Kong: Brut!: Soulful Tapas-Inspired Sharing Plates that Let the Ingredients Shine

March 21, 2018

A new Sai Ying Pun gem, brimming with conviviality. Ii there were ever a place to return to night after night and cement yourself as a regular, Brut! would be a fine choice.

Hong Kong Madame: BRUT! by Pata Negra House

March 13, 2018

Brut! is the kind of inspiring place which makes you wanna start chit-chatting with your neighbours: what do you think of the place? How do you like the food?

Sassy Hong Kong: HOT NEW TABLES March 2018: New Restaurants in Hong Kong

March 05, 2018

Because Hong Kong’s dining scene is ever changing, we want to give you a head’s up on all of the latest restaurants that have opened in our city this month. 

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Shop C, G/F, 1 Second Street,

Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong

+852 3460 5863

Please email us for any special requests, more detailed information or for general booking inquiries.


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We close and play in the sun on Sunday, but every other day we’re open from:

  • Monday to Saturday : 6-10pm

  • Seatings: 6-8pm or 8:10-10pm

  • Sunday: Closed