Who doesn’t love a long weekend? Make the most of the holiday with Hong Kong’s best Easter dining experiences.
Is there really anything greater than a long weekend? It comes as a little surprise; a respite from the workaday lifestyle, a chance to sleep in, to spend time with family and friends, to destress, unplug, and chill out.
Of course, if you’re looking to make the most of the long Easter weekend you’re also in luck because Hong Kong’s restaurants are pulling out all the stops with special menus galour. Here are some of our favourite Hong Kong Easter long weekend dining experiences. You’re welcome.
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If you’re determined to get out and about this Easter long weekend, make for Soho’s Big Sur, which will be dishing up a two-hour free-flow taco and margarita feast (April 2-5; HK$350++ pp). The package includes a host of Cali dishes including smoked rabbit taco with Baja sauce and sweetcorn salsa; salt-cod croquettes with Jalapeño aioli; barbecue smoked rabbit legs; Mexican street-style corn; and fresh-baked hot cross buns, while drinks include house beer, Young Master Hazy IPA, house wines, and three takes on the classic margaritas. Get in early for a spot on the restaurant’s alfresco patio.
Alternatively, Big Sur is also offering a takeaway roasted lamb shoulder for those who want to celebrate Easter at home. Ideal for six diners, the 2kg five-hour slow-roasted and smoked New Zealand Te Mana lamb shoulder is priced at HK$980++ per set and comes with sourdough gravy; duck fat roasted potatoes; corn on the cob; heirloom carrots; cauliflower gratin, and six dark chocolate mini-tarts. The takeaway set is available from March 26 to April 11 and requires a minimum of 48 hours notice for pre-orders. The dishes are available for pick up at Big Sur in SoHo.
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This year, Club Rangoon celebrates Easter with two exclusive dishes and an Easter-themed cocktail, created just for the long weekend (April 2-4). Available at Hong Kong’s only Burmese restaurant, the Lahpet Fried Rice (HK$130++) features similar flavours to Club Rangoon’s popular Lahpet
Thoke, including the unmistakable fermented tea leaves – a great way to showcase one of Myanmar’s most historic and cherished ingredients.
Alternatively, the Mutton Curry (HK$380++) draws attention to the tender meat, which is simmered for three hours in an aromatic stock with garlic, cinnamon, smoked paprika, and turmeric, and paired with generous chunks of potato and a side of Club Rangoon’s popular fragrant coconut rice.
Match your meal with the Lent Savings (HK$110++) is a beautifully presented cocktail that showcases one of Easter’s favourite flavours – chocolate. A variation on a Negroni, this gin-based libation also includes
bitters, sweet vermouth, and a splash of decadent Tempus Fugit Crème de Cacao Liqueur, and is topped with a square of dark chocolate.
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Offering an alternative to bustling restaurants this Easter, catering firm Relish has created Relish at Home, a range of pre-prepped meals, picnics and hampers packed with premium ingredients. In additional to all-year packages designed for home high teas, dinner parties, and home BBQs, this Easter look out for the Relish at Home Easter Picnic (from HK$500 for two), which includes a three-course picnic, as well as freshly baked hot cross buns, cheese, charcuterie and a bottle of wine. For the littles, a DIY Easter egg basket is also included, as well as an Easter Egg hunt kit complete with ten individual sweet bags courtesy of Sim’s Sweet Shop.
Each Relish at Home dish is perfectly seasoned and marinated, and meals arrive almost ready to eat. All diners have to do is remove the items from their vacuum-sealed packs and follow the simple steps to finish the meal with minimal effort in the oven or on the stove.
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Waterfront hotspot Ink will offer a special Greek-inspired family dinner menu this Easter (April 2-3, seatings at 6.30 pm & 8.30 pm; HK$380++ pp including a glass of sparkling wine), set against one of the region’s most spectacular cityscapes.
Begin this special dinner with a sharing platter featuring a selection of house-made dips, including whipped cod roe with cucumber and salmon eggs; smoked yoghurt Tzatziki; and eggplant dip with mint, served with warm house-made Naan bread with garlic butter.
To follow, tuck into the pan-roasted Petuna ocean trout, served with spiced couscous, currants and feta, with a side dish of potatoes with lemon and oregano. End the meal with a vanilla ice cream sandwich with a hot cross bun and salted caramel.
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WP at Home
Set on cooking for yourself this Easter? You’re in luck. WP at Home – Waves Pacific’s delivery service – offers new gourmet meat options such as Japanese Sagabuta pork shoulder (2kg HK$400, 4kg HK$775), whole XL Japanese chicken (HK$285) and whole Australian Wagyu picanha (HK$950 per piece) in addition to the classic Roaring Forties lamb leg (from HK$150), rack and cutlets (from HK$300), which all make a great shared centrepiece for an indulgent Easter dinner.
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Take in Hong Kong’s astonishing, panoramic, skyline views over unlimited pours of Italian wines with friends and family this Easter. Embracing family-style Italian cuisine, Pirata‘s chef Emanuele Canuto will prepare a mouth-watering combination (April 2-6, Brunch 11.30 am – 5.30 pm; HK$298++ pp; champagne free-flow HK$298++ pp, classic free-flow HK$180++ pp) of new and classic Italian favourites.
These include the signature M.M.M (My Mama’s Meatballs); fresh handmade pasta like tagliatelle with seasonal black truffle; and the unforgettable The Butcher’s Cut. Making their debut on Pirata’s menus are gnocchi with sausage and nduja; and slow-cooked beef cheek.
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Artemis & Apollo
Following the tradition of roasting meats on the spit, or souvla, eating lamb at Easter is a time-honoured Greek ritual. Wan Chai’s Athenian taverna Artemis & Apollo will host a special edition of its convivial Souvlaki Weekends (April 2-4, HK$418++ pp), inviting you to gather around the table for this family-friendly feast fit for the gods.
Start with a selection of mezze, followed by Prawn Saganaki, Greek Village Salad, grilled market fish, and coal-roasted lamb with lemon thyme potatoes. End your Easter Sunday on a sweet note with a slice of labneh cheesecake topped with ruby-red pomegranate seeds (add HK$68++).
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With locations at Elements Mall and now at Tseung Kwan O, District 8 brings a touch of Paris to your long Easter weekend. Both venues will be serving a special dinner sharing menu (April 1-6, HK$360++ pp) that includes a selection of sharing starters ranging from a salami platter served with pickles and baguette; and asparagus mimosa, a classic French dish with blanched asparagus tossed in caper vinaigrette and topped with finely chopped hard-boiled egg; to salted fish croquettes served with mayonnaise; and burrata served with poached leeks and black truffle vinaigrette.
For the sharing mains, choose from the slow-cooked lamb shoulder served with white beans and Pistou; house-made Tagliatelle served with rabbit and spring pea ragout with Parmesan; or steak frites showcasing a Ranger Valley hanger steak. Finish with an enticing dessert, with the choice of chocolate tart or house-made Easter ice cream.
Feather & Bone
Exclusively in-stores and online until April 5, Feather & Bone will offer Chef Mick’s classic Hot Cross Buns (from HK$20 for one), lightly spiced sweet buns traditionally eaten on Good Friday, as well as luxurious L’Atelier du Chocolat’s Easter Eggs, the ideal gift to bring to any Easter get-together. Each real hen’s eggshell is filled with 70% cacao chocolate and crunchy almond hazelnut praline and encased in beautiful packaging that mimics a typical egg carton.
Feather & Bone also shines a light on gamey, spring lamb for in-restaurant diners to indulge on. The 72-hour slow-cooked Lamb Shank (HK$198++) is served with creamy polenta and roasted fennel, while home grill men might prefer the all-new family-friendly BBQ Packs, a range of ready-to-grill packs and plentiful add-on sauces, sides, snacks and drinks available online in time to celebrate Easter weekend.
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Easter in Tuscany is a lengthy, food-filled celebration and soulful trattoria Associazione Chianti is honouring this tradition with a special Sella Di Agnello (April 2-6, HK$328++ pp). This roasted lamb saddle is the table centrepiece and seasoned with Dijon mustard, garlic, fennel pollen and rosemary salt and pepper, filled with a robust spinach and ciabatta mix, and rolled in true Florentine fashion with butcher’s twine. All are invited to join in this joyful Easter feast with friends, family, and plenty of wine to go around. The Sella di Agnello can be preordered for lunch and dinner by email.
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Another top spot on the Hong Kong harbourfront, modern Australian restaurant Hue will serve a variety of Easter menus this long weekend. On Good Friday the restaurant presents a four-course sustainable seafood dinner (April 2, HK$980++ pp).
The special menu places focus on fresh flavours and sustainable and line-caught seafood including stunning confit spanner crab, topped with grapes and salmon caviar and drizzled with almond Gazpacho; followed by Carabinero prawn with sake Beurre Blanc, lemon curd and smoked herring caviar. To follow, tuck into flavourful bone glazed mackerel with celtuce and poached abalone, and paired with a warm bowl of watercress dash, before finishing with a decadent ice cream sandwich with triple chocolate cookie and Dulce de Leche.
The venue’s Easter Brunch with Champagne at Hue (April 3-5, from 11 am – 3 pm; HK$400++ pp) includes an assortment of house-made sharing dishes ranging from gooey burrata with pear, pickled onion and roquette salad; and ocean trout with cucumber, crème fraiche and apple; to asparagus and bacon quiche with Gruyere cheese; and pulled rabbit and mustard croquettes.
Options for mains include grilled pork loin with charred cucumber and celeriac puree; roasted lamb rack served with peas, braised cos and mint; market fish served with lemon butter sauce, abalone and smoked herring caviar; and ricotta dumpling with pine nuts, currants and herbs.
A free flow option (HK$360++ pp) includes Taittinger Brut Reserve champagne, a selection of ten premium red and white wines, and bar manager Steffen‘s popular Bloody Marys.
Alternatively, Hue will also present an Easter Afternoon Tea (April 3-6, 3.30 pm – 5.30 pm; HK$680++ for two) laced with iconic flavours of Australia. The stunning afternoon tea features a range of creative sweet and savoury delights, including Gruyere custard puffs; rabbit and mustard croquettes with aioli; asparagus and bacon quiche; crispy nori chips topped with smoked trout and crème fraiche; devilled quail egg on toast; and house-made Ray’s scones, served with orange and thyme marmalade, raspberry rhubarb jam and vanilla cream.
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Where better to celebrate seasonal hope and optimism than at Pirata Group’s Barcelona-inspired asador, The Optimist? Executive Chef Jordi Valles serves up a four-course Brunch and Dunch (April 2-6, 11.30 am – 5.30 pm; HK$348++ pp; champagne free-flow HK$298++ pp, classic free-flow HK180++ pp) featuring authentic Iberian charcuterie, followed by three sharing starters.
These include a dish perfectly fit for Easter – Broken Eggs “Huevos Rotos” with Iberian ham, chorizo, potatoes and eggs. Then tuck into hearty, grilled main courses such as USDA Prime Ribeye or the social media sensation, Juicy Lobster Rice. Pair with generous pours of Sangria, Spanish wines, and G.H. Mumm Grand Cordon Champagne for a truly uplifting Easter meal.
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Buenos Aires Polo Club
Head to this handsome Argentinian steakhouse on Easter Sunday for a hearty three-course Prime Rib Brunch (April 4, HK$498++ pp). Explore the assortment of appetisers, including Provoleta served with rustic grilled bread and a platter of Iberian cured meats.
The star of the show is the General Pico grass-fed Black Angus Prime Rib, cooked in the asado tradition and ceremoniously carved tableside, served with an array of classic sides including mashed potatoes with mascarpone and brown butter, glazed carrots with vanilla and mint, and grilled asparagus with lemon gremolata and fines herbes. The menu ends on a tart note with a refreshing sorbet.
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Kick this long Easter weekend off early at the Peak and the highest’s Italian restaurant in the city, Fiamma, which will be open for breakfast (April 2-6, 8 am – 10.30 am, with dishes from HK$68++). Perfect as a reward after walking the Peak Trail, breakfast highlights include Buongiorno, with eggs, smoked pancetta, Italian sausages, portobello mushrooms, grilled tomatoes and sourdough toast; and the Hiker’s Morning Treat, a healthy plate with eggs, avocado, quinoa, baby spinach, cherry tomatoes and portobello mushroom, served with toasted sourdough.
Also, look out for the Omelette Al Tartufo, which is cooked with truffle and asiago cheese and served with mushroom Arancini; Italian yoghurt and granola with red berries and honey; fresh-baked pastries and bread baskets with croissants, pain au chocolat, sourdough toast served with house-made jam and butter.
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Curated by Pirata Group’s Peruvian Culinary Director, Chef Arturo Melendez, TokyoLima will offer two, new menus over the Easter holiday. Say ‘Good Morning’ or “Ohayou” to the Brunch menu (April 2-6, 11 am – 2 pm; HK$398++ pp) which starts with a welcoming coffee-based cocktail, Rise & Shine, before guests are delighted with five Nikkei dishes to share, including mango ceviche and the must-try Maguro Nuevo.
The five main courses for selection include The Fatty Piggy, a slow-cooked pork belly with teriyaki sauce, and the signature Tacu Tacu, made with traditional Peruvian beans, vegetables, and rice. Treat yourself to fresh oysters or Lobster Acevichada or end your meal with the new dessert, Lime Mousse & Sweet Pastries Basket.
Meanwhile, the mid-afternoon “Konnichiwa” menu for Dunch (April 2-6 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm, HK$348++pp) greets guests with Fruits of TokyoLima, a vivacious Nikkei cocktail made with fruits. Sharing dishes follow next, including the popular signature, “Ki-mo-chi” fried chicken. Prepare to have fun and get mixing with Build Your Own Ceviche. Main courses are up next, with large plates of meat, seafood, or vegetables. End the meal with the delectable dessert
For the full TokyoLima experience, add in the free-flow package, which includes bottomless champagne (from HK$180++ pp), the cocktail of the week, sake, red and white wines, and beer.
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New Punjab Club
Start off your Easter celebrations on a regal note with a Punjabi breakfast feast (April 4, HK$798++ pp) at Michelin-starred tandoor grill house New Punjab Club. Chef Palash Mitra and the team are looking to make Easter Sunday an extra special occasion this year by welcoming guests in early for their exceptional hearty breakfast menu.
Born from the rich agricultural traditions of the region, expect flavourful karis, flatbreads, Indian omelettes and more. Breakfast is inclusive of free-flow Masala Chai and orange juice, with à la carte cocktails available.
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For an elegant take on Easter, head to the tip of the Ocean Terminal Extension Harbour City, where Harbourside Grill offers some of Hong Kong’s most exquisite panoramic views. The restaurant’s four-course long-weekend lunch menu (April 2-4 from 12 pm – 2.30 pm; HK$488++ pp) commences with freshly baked French baguette, soft brioche and pain au chocolat, followed by the choice of French beans and watercress dressed with truffle aioli and shaved Parmesan; tuna tartare with soy sauce, wasabi, smashed avocado and crispy shallots; and cured meat of the day with cornichon.
For mains, guests are able to choose from Eggs Benedict, served with Iberico ham on English muffins and dressed with hollandaise sauce; scrambled eggs on grilled sourdough with smoked salmon; poached eggs with avocado and quinoa; and signature roast chicken with pancetta, garden peas, baby gem and pearl onions. To follow, guests will enjoy a sharing platter of French and British artisanal cheeses before ending the meal with a sweet finish, with options of a slice of Chef Sablon’s famous apple tarte tatin, served with crème fraiche; or refreshing buttermilk basil panna cotta with strawberry jelly.
The lunch menu also includes a choice of coffee, hot chocolate, tea, or freshly-squeezed fruit juice, and guests can add a glass of champagne or a Bloody Mary for an additional HK$98. All prices are subject to 10% service charge.
Easter at MEATS is a hearty, wholesome affair with a new Brunch and Dunch menu (April 2-6 12 pm – 5:30 pm; HK$248++ pp) featuring smoked pork spare ribs, chicken liver pâté, and other toothsome dishes. Mains include the MEATS Burger, Crispy Salmon Bowl, and the new Brekky Duck with confit duck leg, fried egg, and mustard seed maple syrup on a waffle.
As a surprise to vegetarians, every course features a substantial veg option: Grilled Caesar to start; Cauliflower Bum Bum drizzled with honey miso, mouth-popping pomegranate, and dukkah as a main course; and a trio of sides including Truffle Mac & Cheese, french fries, and Meats’ famous grilled broccolini with coconut sambal. Finish up with Coconut Lime Pie or waffle with vanilla ice cream to satisfy every sweet, Easter desire. Add on the classic Free-flow for HK$180++ pp).
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Gather your bruthas and sistas this Easter and pay tribute to the Sri Lankan tradition of weekly crab feasts shared amongst friends and family with the Colombo Crab Club (April 5, HK$468++ pp). This generous menu features your choice of succulent mud crab (one per person) accompanied by unlimited sides to help soak up all that spicy goodness. Live that Colombo dream and let Chef Gizzy whip up a tongue-tingling feast while the team keeps the drinks flowing.
SPIGA in Central marries contemporary Italian dining with a design inspired by the cinematic splendour of 1950s Italy, making for the perfect setting for those looking to celebrate this Easter holidays with a touch of Italian vintage charm.
The restaurant will present a Sunday brunch buffet on April 4 (11.30 am – 3.30 pm; HK$418++ pp) that will include a wide selection of sumptuous and authentic Italian specialities, including premium cold cuts, salads, soups of the day, jet-fresh seafood, freshly shucked oysters, a roast carving station, freshly baked bread, and an indulgent dessert buffet. The brunch also includes one main course from a wide selection of pasta and pizza.
Opt for the two-hour free flow option (HK$240++ pp), which offers brilliant value for money and includes prosecco, white and red wines, Peach Bellinis, Aperol Spritzes, and bottled beer.
In addition, the restaurant’s popular lunch buffet will also be available during the Easter long-weekend (April 2, 3, 5 and 6, from 11:30 am – 3 pm, HK$238++ pp) and features a great selection of premium Italian cold cuts, salads and toppings with house-made dressing, soups of the day, fresh-baked Italian breads and Focaccia, as well as a great selection of stunning desserts. Guests who are looking for more are welcome to add-on a main course, ranging from fresh-made pastas and pizza to a selection of roast dishes, for an additional cost.
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This Easter, dive into tempting Brunches (April 2-6, 12 pm – 2.30 pm, HK$298++pp) and Dunches (2.30 pm – 5.30 pm; HK$298++ pp) at Pirata Group’s colourful Indian enclave on Wyndham Street, Chaiwala. Start with shared street food favourites before noshing on the likes of pink salmon with Himalayan pink salt and pink peppercorns, and Murg Malai Tikka with boneless chicken supreme.
Then nibble on dosas and hearty Mutton Biryani with boneless medallions of lamb, Chaiwala Dal, Saag Paneer, and even Kerala Fish Curry. End with traditional Indian sweets for a truly abundant Easter feast. Teetotaler? Take a lassi free-flow (HK$120++pp) or opt for the champagne free-flow (HK$298++ pp) or classic free-flow HK$180++ pp).
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The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong
Celebrate Easter high above the city at Ozone, which will present an Eggstra-ordinary Ultimate Brunch (April 2-5, 12 noon – 3 pm; adults HK$788++ pp, children HK$498++ pp; free-flow packages from HK$198++ pp) that promises to be packed with flavour and variety.
Alternatively, Toscsa Di Angelo will serve a four-course Easter Lunch (April 2-5 12 noon – 2.30 pm, HK$988++ pp) that includes a 2.5-hour free-flow drinks package, as well as a five-course Easter Dinner menu (6 pm – 9 pm, HK$1,388++ pp).
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Take your taste buds and imagination on a little journey. Honjo’s transportative interiors, spacious tables, and dreamy cuisine are perfect for an elevated Easter feast (April 2-6 Brunch 11.30 am – 2 pm HK$468++ pp; Dunch 2.30 pm – 5.30 pm HK$298++ pp; champagne free-flow HK$388++ pp; classic free-flow HK$220++ pp). Sushi. Oysters. Tempura. Champagne. Your classic weekend best friends, all in one place.
Honjo’s serves up modern Japanese while freely absorbing culinary inspiration all over the world. Think Wagyu Tataki in chorizo oil; baked chicken with honey miso; and flank steak with shiso chimichurri. Kids and Vegetarian menus are also available.
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Duck & Waffle
Duck & Waffle Hong Kong will offer two different brunch menus during the Easter long-weekend, ensuring guests will have plenty of options to enjoy their meal. April 2 to 6, from 11 am to 4 pm.
Highlights of the a la carte brunch (April 2-6, 11 am – 4 pm) includes an English breakfast with Cumberland sausage, eggs, cured bacon, roasted tomato, portobello mushroom, and hash brown, and served with sourdough toast; Duck ‘N’ Cheese, American cheese mornay sauce mixed with shredded duck, macaroni and duck floss; and whole roasted free-range chicken with potatoes, wild mushroom and truffle ragout.
Duck & Waffle Hong Kong also offers a set brunch menu (April 2-6, 11 am – 4 pm, HK$318++ pp) for those who are looking for a lingering brunch experience. The set brunch kicks off with an assortment of house-made sharing starters – think beef tartare with pickled onions and marmite cured egg yolk; and a spiced ox cheek doughnut with apricot jam.
Options for mains include the restaurant’s signature Duck & Waffle, confit duck leg with buttermilk waffle, fried duck egg and mustard maple syrup; smoked salmon royale served with horseradish and chives; and the Easter special roasted New Zealand lamb (HK$300++) served with creamy polenta and kale. Finish with maple-glazed Granny Smith apple waffle topped with cinnamon ice cream; or warm chocolate pudding.
Guests can also opt to add on a two-hour free-flow package (HK$198++ pp), which includes sparkling, white and red wines, or opt for the special Easter White Rabbit cocktail (HK$128++) with butter-washed bourbon, Frangelico, coffee and cream.
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TMK Punk & Rolls Temakeria
Embody a spot of rebellious energy for Easter at TMK Punk & Rolls. The Sheung Wan-based temakeria’s holiday brunch menu (April 2-6 11.30 am – 5.30 pm; HK$298++ pp; classic free-flow HK$198++ pp) brings out fan favourites like karaage, Wagyu tataki, and salmon tataki for starters. Sushi and sashimi and a choice of signature handrolls like the Hamachi Tomato and Tuna Hot Dog bring the meal to a raucous crescendo. The meal winds up with a sweet ending via the Monaka ice cream.
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Located on the top floor of Causeway Bay’s V Point Tower, ALTO offers some of Hong Kong’s most breath-taking panoramic city views, creating the ideal setting for a lingering brunch for this Easter holiday.
The a la carte Easter brunch menu (April 2-6 11.30 am – 3 pm) features a selection of signature dishes, as well as an Easter special addition: salt-baked lamb leg (HK$328++) served with roasted carrots, potatoes and minted peas. Other highlights of the a la carte brunch include an English breakfast with eggs, bacon, sausage, plum tomatoes, and field mushroom; Omelette Arnold Bennett with smoked haddock and mornay sauce; duck eggs with rye toast; and much more.
The free flow option (HK$228++ pp) includes cocktails, rose, sparkling, white and red wines, and beer and as part of the Easter celebration, all kids will receive a complimentary dessert, “The Fried Egg”, made with white chocolate panna cotta, mango puree and chocolate biscuits.
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Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
Head to one of Hong Kong’s most famed hotels for an Easter Sunday Roast (April 2-4, from HK$888++ per adult and HK$488++ per child) at the Mandarin Oriental’s Michelin-starred Mandarin Grill + Bar, which invites epicureans to celebrate the holiday with its signature roast menu. The lavish meal includes a spread of delicate snacks to share, a choice of an egg dish and appetiser, a roast dish served with all the trimmings, and a dessert trolley to end the meal on a sweet note.
Dishes to highlight include the Signature Blue Lobster Bisque, slow-roasted USDA Prime Rib of beef; pan-seared John Dory; and the whole dover sole. Add on free-flow R de Ruinart Champagne and house wines (HK$438++ pp) or champagne, house wines and selected cocktails (HK$548++ pp) to make the most of the long weekend.
Alternatively, head to the hotel’s Clipper Lounge where an extravagant seafood buffet (April 4 HK$788++ per adult and HK$528++ per child) will also include a visit from the Easter Bunny. A free-flow Moët & Chandon Imperial Brut Champagne option costs an additional HK$438++ per person.
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The Pizza Project
Pizza for Easter? Say yes to The Pizza Project and the Brunch Menu (April 2-6, 11 am – 4 pm; HK$185++ pp) over the holidays. One of our favourite HK pizza joints, the Wan Chai and Central Pizza Projects will feature a selection of antipasti and insalate for starters including burrata, beef carpaccio, and the Project Salad.
Guests then have the choice of infamously creative pizzas like the iconic Truffle Mortadella with mascarpone, truffle paste, and fior di latte; and the Breakfast Carbonara with quail eggs and maple syrup. Classic pizzas like the Margherita and Nduja are also available while desserts include Pizza Nutella – because there’s no such thing as too much pizza. Wash it down with Aperol Spritz and go again the next day.
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Enjoy a special Easter Brunch at ciao chow, where brunch (April 2-6, 12 pm – 3.30 pm, HK$398++ pp) will include the restaurant’s signature Neapolitan Pizza, as well as Italian pastas and salads, a carving station, and a dessert corner.
Look out for highlights like the roasted leg of lamb, beef striploin, clam and mussels stew, pecan pie, and traditional Italian Colomba. A free-flow option (HK$288++ pp) includes prosecco, house wines, house spirits, Peroni beer, Aperol Spritzs, and Negronis.
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For an elegant Parisian take on Easter, head to Soho’s Bouchon, the perfect setting for those looking to enjoy a lingering brunch over the Easter long weekend. The restaurant will serve a brunch menu (April 2-6 12 pm – 3 pm; HK$158++ pp for two courses and HK$178++ pp for three courses) in its main dining room or intimate garden patio.
Starter choices include confit duck salad; watercress and endive salad with apple, Roquefort cheese, and walnut, drizzled with walnut vinaigrette; a half dozen escargot served with garlic butter; or a cold cut platter with Bayonne ham, garlic sausage, Saucisson sec, chorizo and baby pickles on the side.
For mains, choose from Croque Madame, the classic grilled ham and cheese sandwich with sourdough, topped with a fried egg with French fries on the side; pan-seared sea bass with Sorrel sauce; blue mussels in a garlic and white wine sauce, served with French fries; and classic steak frites with Bearnaise sauce and scrambled eggs on the side. Finish with crème brûlée with mixed berries; chocolate mousse with sea salt caramel; or a classic cheese platter and add on a Momosa, sparkling wine, or beer for HK$48++.
Popular and vibrant Central Brazilian steakhouse BRAZA Churrascaria celebrates the long weekend with an Easter’s all-you-can-eat brunch package (April 2-6, 11.30 am – 4 pm; HK$298++ pp) that includes a wide selection of fresh seafood, salads, cheeses, and cold cuts, along with hot starters like scrambled eggs, roasted potato and tomato, slow-cooked Feijoada and Moqueca de Peixe, a Brazilian fish stew, in a buffet setting.
Also look out for an endless offering of different cuts of meat, including the signature Picanha rump and flank steak and tenderloin wrapped in bacon; lamb chops marinated with mustard, fresh orange and fresh herbs; succulent barbecue pork ribs and chorizo; chicken wings with Ancho chilli and chicken drummettes with Rocoto chilli and ginger; roasted vegetables, some of the Brazilian most popular street foods, Coxinha, Brazilian croquettes and fried banana, and much more, sliced and served right at your table. Add on a free-flow drinks option (HK$228++ pp) that includes house white and red wines, spirits and beers.
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Head to Lan Kwai Fong (remember that place?) for delicate Japanese fare with Fumi’s Hokkaido King Crab Easter Brunch (April 2-6, 12 pm – 3 pm, HK$528++ pp, including a glass of Pampelle Angel). The menu features Hokkaido crab in a variety of dishes, including with Japanese steamed egg custard; as a roll with avocado; and with vegetables in a zosui soup. Also look out for A4 Miyazaki beef himi udon, together with an array of the freshest sashimi and sushi roll.
Guests who reserved tables in advance can receive complimentary Deluxe Sashimi Platter and complimentary Premium Dessert Platter.
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As one of the city’s most-loved brunch destinations, Zuma never disappoints with its fun-filled feasting. This Easter, guests can begin the restaurant’s free-flow brunch (April 2-4, from 11 am, brunch only HK$888++ pp; free-flow brunch from HK$1,138++ pp) with an array of seasonal delights, including salads, yakitori, tempura, sashimi, sushi and maki rolls.
These are followed by a choice of hearty mains per person, followed by an irresistible Easter-themed dessert platter featuring the iconic molten chocolate cake and Japanese Hokkaido milk cheesecake. Zuma, for the occasion, is also extending the brunch seating to three hours to guarantee a blissful celebration.
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