Hong Kong’s Top Easter Eats 2019

Hong Kong’s Top Easter Eats 2019

These “eggstravagant” treats are simply “ear-resistible”

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Celia Hu  Celia Hu  on 5 Apr '19


Whether its decadent brunches, scrumptious chocolate eggs or something fun for the whole family, we’ve got you covered for Easter this year. Here’s our list of the best food-related stuff up for grabs this Easter in the 852:


Brunch at The Murray

Easter 2019 brunch at The Murray Hong Kong

Two of this fashionable hotel’s restaurants, Popinjays and The Tai Pan, will be offering special brunches in celebration of Easter. The Top-Flight Brunch at Popinjays will feature a five-course menu filled with delectables such as wild-caught black cod, Aveyron milk lamb and morel mushroom risotto and asparagus with Perigord black truffle. For dessert, there’s a milk chocolate flowerpot and a lemon and cream cheese nest. To keep the kids entertained, there will be balloon twisting and face-painting. The “Eggstravagant” Brunch at The Tai Pan on Easter Sunday will feature freshly shucked Takanobu oysters, carvery and BBQ stations and a special kids’ menu and magic show. There will also be a egg-hunting session on Easter Sunday.

Date: Sunday, 21 April 2019

Location: The Murray, Hong Kong, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central

Price: Popinjays: $988/adult, $450/child (above 5);The Tai Pan: $498/adult, $198/child (above 5)

To book: 3141 8888, reservations.themurray@niccolohotels.com


Harbourside at InterContinental

Easter 2019 at Harbourside, InterContinental Hong Kong

Celebrate Easter weekend with spectacular views across Victoria Harbour at InterContinental’s Harbourside restaurant. Chef Nicholas Chan will prepare an extravagant buffet spread that includes a truffle pasta station, a foie gras omelette station and a carving station featuring roast lamb. At the Good Friday, Saturday and Monday lunch buffets, there will be a Peking duck station, as well as the truffle pasta and foie gras stations. On Easter Sunday, kids can unleash their creativity with a chocolate egg-painting session at the buffet. Magicians and balloon twisters will provide additional entertainment.

Dates: 19–22 April 2019

Location: Lower Level, InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, TST

Price: $588–898/adult and $408–598/child (aged 3–11) for brunch; $898/adult and $628/child (aged 3–11) for dinner

To book: 2313 2323, fb.hongkong@ihg.com, book online


Feast at EAST

Easter 2019 at Feast at EAST Hong Kong

Feast restaurant will be offering its signature semi-buffet brunch and dinner spreads alongside an extra-special dessert counter for the sweet-toothed. Expect traditional Easter hot cross buns along with yuzu honey mousse cake, custard kisses and tofu chocolate mousse. On Easter Sunday, there will also be a live bunny show and egg-painting workshop during brunch and a magic show to enchant guests during dinner service.

Dates: 19–22 April 2019

Location: 1/F, EAST, 29 Taikoo Shing Road, Taikoo Shing

Price: $348/adult for brunch on 19, 20 and 22 April and $368 on 21 April; $548 for dinner on 19, 20 and 22 April and $578/adult on 21 April (50% discount for kids aged 12 or below)

To book: 3968 3777, feastreservations@east-hongong.com


Parent & tot tea set at Maggie & Rose Causeway Bay

 Parent & tot tea set at Maggie & Rose Causeway Bay Hong Kong

Easter is all about indulging in treats, and what better way to treat yourself and your little one than with an English-inspired afternoon tea set. EAT Café at Maggie & Rose Causeway Bay has launched its first parent and child tea set to celebrate that chocolate-filled holiday of Easter with an array of savoury items and sweet temptations. If you’re up for a little creativity at the same time, you can book in for a kid-friendly flower workshop while you’re at it with florist Pause Rewind & Fastforward to craft your own bouquet and corsage while bonding with your little one.

Dates: 19–22 April 2019 (3:30–5:30pm)

Location: Shop 308 and 311, 3/F, Lee Garden Two, 28 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay

Price: $368/Enchanted Garden tea set; $580/Enchanted Garden tea set + floral card workshop (recommended for children below 6); $880/Enchanted Garden tea set + floral bouquet and corsage workshop (recommended for children 6 and above)

To book: 2337 7651/7571, eat.cwb@maggieandrose.com.hk


Family-friendly brunch at Mandarin Oriental

Family-friendly Easter brunch 2019 at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

This Easter Sunday, Mandarin Oriental will open up its Connaught Room for a special holiday brunch. Expect lots of fresh seafood as well as traditional festive eats. This family event features plenty of fun activities for the kids. There’s chocolate egg painting, an electrical circuit board demonstration and pulley assembly with an engineer and face-painting. Little tykes are invited to become a “Mini Hotelier for a Day” with nail-art lessons and barbershop training. They can even become housekeepers by playing a special laundry and amenity game.

Date: Sunday, 21 April 2019

Location: 1/F, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road Central, Central

Price: $788/adult, $478/child (aged 3–12)

To book: 2825 4801, mohkg-catering@mohg.com


Cioccolato Brunch at 208 Duecento Otto

Cioccolato Easter Brunch 2019 at 208 Duecento Otto Hong Kong

A special chocolate-centric buffet brunch by Chef Zeno Bevilacqua will entice diners on the long Easter weekend. The selection will remain the same as 208’s regular buffet brunch, but there will be additions like spring lamb and a chocolate fountain, as well as a bevy of chocolate desserts. The restaurant’s Bambino Room, created by Maggie & Rose, will also keep the little ones occupied while their parents linger at the dessert table.

Dates: 19–22 April 2019

Location: 208 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan

Price: $248–368/adult, $128–248/child (under 12)

To book: 2549 0208, book online


Catalan-inspired brunch at La Rambla

Catalan-inspired Easter brunch 2019 at La Rambla Hong Kong

Easter brunch is given a Catalan twist with La Rambla’s delicious buffet spread showcasing Ibérico pork, cod fish in salsa verde, grilled oysters San Michael and a traditional Spanish Easter cake, La Mona de Pascua. In additional to the large terrace and views of Victoria Harbour, there will also be chocolate egg giveaways and fun balloon art to entertain the little ones while mum and dad tuck into some mouth-watering dishes.

Dates: 20–21 April 2019

Location: Shop 3071–3073, 3/F, ifc mall, 8 Finance Street, Central

Price: $680/adult (special prices for kids)

To book: 2661 1161, reservations@larambla.hk


Brunch at Hunter & The Chase

Easter 2019 brunch at Hunter & The Chase Hong Kong

For a taste of American-style Easter festivities, head to Hunter & The Chase for classic American favourites, from four-cheese mac ‘n’ cheese balls, to head cheese sticks and marinara dip, to Caesar salad, to triple-cooked chips. There’s also glazed pork ribs, coq au vin fried chicken and waffles, prime rib, grilled steak and burgers to add to the brunch menu. The large outdoor garden terrace is perfect for little ones to embark on an Easter egg hunt, as well as create their own Easter eggs and take photos with bunny props. Creamy coconut cake, chocolate cake and a healthy fresh fruit platter round off this decadent American feast.

Dates: 19–22 April 2019

Location: 3/F and 4/F, the L. place, 139 Queen’s Road Central, Central

Price: $248/adult, +$168/2-hour free-flow package (contact restaurant for kids’ prices)

To Book: 2915 1638, book online


YUM CHA’s Easter dim sum

Easter 2019 dim sum at YUM CHA Hong Kong

Dim sum gets a Easter spin at YUM CHA with adorable Easter-inspired dim sum. Sink your teeth into hot custard glutinous rice dumplings ($49 for 3) shaped like bunnies, deep-fried turnip dumplings ($39 for 3) shaped like carrots and baked pineapple puffs ($49 for 3) modelled after yellow chicks, served up in a mini birdcage. There’s even a cold sesame tofu with spicy smoked salmon dish ($59) shaped like a rabbit!

Dates: until 30 April 2019

Locations: find all four locations and contact details here


Vegan picnic by nood food

Vegan Easter picnic 2019 by nood food

Enjoy a vegan picnic nearby nood food’s Starstreet Precinct location with a hamper full of plant-based treats. Head to the rooftop of Pure Yoga at Starstreet Precinct and dine in a garden adorned with comfy picnic blankets and cushions. Expect goodies like four-sauce nachos, Impossible nood 2.0 Burger, kale and tomato salad, cold-pressed juices, raw chocolate bars and Oatly drink cartons.

Dates: 19–22 April 2019

Location: 3–19 Wing Fung Street, Wanchai

Price: $425/2

To book: 2298 5310


Sugarfina

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Sugarfina has something for everyone this Easter with an assortment of goodies such as limited-edition candy cubes, pastel chocolate bars and a cutesy candy bento box. There are orange-flavoured Baby Carrots ($88), Fluffy Bunnies ($88), which are fruity sour candies with soft marshmallow, Bunny Tails ($88), which are strawberry marshmallow gummies rolled in sour crystals, and the Bunny Bark Pink Chocolate Bar ($88) topped with pastel sprinkles. The Basket Bento Box ($238) can be repurposed for egg hunting.

Locations: Shop 1023, 1/F, ifc mall, 8 Finance Street, Central, and Shop 3327, 3/F, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City, 3–27 Canton Road, TST


Sweet Fashion House

Easter 2019 at Sweet Fashion House Hong Kong

Artisanal dessert boutique Sweet Fashion House debuts two Easter bonbon specials this season: a chocolate “temptation” 16-piece gift box ($280) filled with four kinds of chocolate (Grand Cru coconut, calamansi, passion fruit and raspberry) and a pair of handcrafted chocolate Easter bunnies ($238 each) in pink and grey.

Location: Shop G16, G/F, Lee Garden Three, 1 Sunning Road, Causeway Bay


Marks & Spencer

Easter 2019 at Marks & Spencer Hong Kong

Our favourite go-to grocery store is now fully stocked for Easter with a line-up of adorable chocolatey treats, ranging from Angus the Bull ($99) to Moonbeam the Unicorn ($99), as well as a chocolate chick filled with mini speckled eggs ($199). For a more “adult” version, there’s the “Proseggo” egg ($199) made with berries and Prosecco-flavoured milk chocolate and the Bees Knees ($159), a white chocolate egg made with Swiss chocolate and caramelised sugar. Each year, Marks & Spencer sell over 42 million hot cross buns (price varies)! This year, M&S have seven flavours to entice shoppers, including chocolate chip, salted caramel, orange marmalade, Kentish Bramley apple and blueberry. They’ve even got a gluten-free variety!

Locations: find all 25 locations here


The Cakery

Easter 2019 at The Cakery

You don’t have to miss out on the Easter fun if you’re on a gluten-free, sugar-free diet. The Cakery has created a selection of animal-shaped chiffon cakes (5-in cake at $480/7-in cake at $880) using no artificial colouring. There’s the What a Hoot chocolate owl cake, the Wascally Wabbit black sesame bunny cake and the cheeky Little Pecker chick cake. All cakes require 1–2 days advance notice to order.

Locations: Shop 303, 1/F, LANDMARK, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, and Shop 124, 1/F, Lee Garden Two, 28 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay


Emack & Bolio’s

Emack & Bolio’s bunny cones for Easter 2019 Hong Kong

Purveyors of outrageously good ice cream and wacky cones Emack & Bolio’s have come up with two charming Easter bunny treats – Bunny Ice Cream and Bunny Butt Ice Cream – featuring the popular Vanilla Bean Speck flavour and the brand’s eye-candy Marsh "Mellow” Cones. And if you’re at the Central or Wanchai branch on any day over the four-day weekend, make sure you take part in the in-store Easter egg hunt, with the chance to a free scoop upgrade voucher.

Dates: 19–22 April 2019

Locations: find all four branches here

Price: $88


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Celia Hu

Celia Hu

Editor-at-Large, Jetsetter Food Nomad

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