Get your family and friends together and celebrate Easter in style right in the heart of the oriental city of Hong Kong. As the city fills up with tourists and travelers, we scour the streets for the best dining spots to chill out and enjoy delicious food over Easter weekend.
Gough’s on Gough
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A stylish space to spend a warm Easter brunch with your loved ones, Gough’s on Gough offers a special Easter roast to be served on March 31 to April 2 only. It includes fresh seafood, French oysters and Madagascan prawns and lots of delicious culinary creations.
How much: HKD $498 + 10% service charge
For more details, visit www.goughsongough.com
Jamie’s Italian Hong Kong
This place is a winner with the kids. With a cupcake and eggs corner and a carving station of roast beef, enjoy an English-themed Easter brunch from March 30 to April 2.
How much: HKD $320 for adult and HKD $220 for kids (4 to 11 years old) + 10% service charge
For more details, visit www.jamieoliver.com
Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
A special celebration calls for the Michelin-starred Mandarin Grill + Bar at Mandarin Oriental. Set to showcase a memorable Sunday roast menu for Easter, it will be available every Sunday from April 1 onwards. Diners can tuck into an amuse bouche to share, a choice of appetizer, a roast dish served with all the trimmings and a sweet dessert to finish. The must-try dishes include lobster bisque, slow-roasted USDA prime rib of beef served from the trolley, roasted baby spring chicken and salt baked French sea bass.
How much: HKD $888 per person plus 10% service charge
For more details, visit www.mandarinoriental.com
Buenos Aires Polo Club
Enjoy delicious Argentinian fare at the Buenos Aires Polo Club. Showcasing a towering seafood station and eggs to order alongside a show-stopping prime rib, finished by an extravagant dessert buffet, it’s an unforgettable Easter meal. It is available from 11:00am to 3:00pm.
How much: HKD $398 per person plus 10% service charge
For more details, visit www.bapoloclub.com
Beef and Liberty
Enjoy the best of comfort food at Beef & Liberty during the holidays. The regular Brunch will be served from March 30 to April 2 at all Beef & Liberty outlets where you can dig into delicious hamburgers or mac n’ cheese sandwiches. There are so many tasty options to choose from, you will be spoilt for choice.
How much: Starts at HKD $48
For more details, visit their Facebook Page
Lily & Bloom
Indulge in a lavish Easter brunch consisting of healthy salads, charcuterie, seafood bar, a made-to-order omelet station, cereals and grains, carving station and pastries and dessert.
How much: HKD $595 for adults and HKD $155 for kids (Kids under four dine for free) plus 10% service charge
For more details, visit their Facebook Page
Head to Porterhouse for an Easter Brunch served from March 30 to April 2. All dinner meals during the four days of the holiday are offered at 20% discount on a la carte menu. You can try the Brunch on Saturday and Sunday as well with 20% off plus an eggs carving corner.
How much: HKD $398 onwards
For more details, visit www.porterhousehk.com
Chef Jad Youssef of Maison Libanaise has prepared a special Mashawi comprised of a grilled selection of chargrilled meats, with various iterations of lamb, chicken, and beef that will take you on a journey to Lebanon.
How much: HKD $388
For more details, visit www.maisonlibanaise.com.hk
The Lent season is usually associated with the tradition of eating fish in Italy. Coastal Italian Osteria Marzia celebrates the bounty of the sea with dishes such as the Branzino Acqua Pazza that’s chargrilled whole with olives and cherry tomatoes and finished with clams.
How much: HKD $688
For more details, visit www.osteriamarzia.com.hk
Enjoy an all-you-can-eat weekend brunch packed with colonially inspired delights at The Envoy. Kick start your meal with a variety of all-you-can-eat small plates options like the Butter Chicken Lollipop, Spicy Sambal Popcorn Shrimps, Slow-Cooked Pork Belly Bao and Auntie’s Netted Spring Rolls.
How much: HKD $288 per person + 10% service charge
For more details, visit www.theforksandspoons.com.hk
Le Garçon Saigon
Dinner at Saigonese grill house Le Garçon Saigon is always a sophisticated affair. Don’t miss the Slow-roasted Te-Mana Lamb Neck, with house-made coriander salsa and lettuce cups for a bright, light take on a traditional Easter roast.
How much: HKD $398
For more details, visit www.legarconsaigon.com
Torta della Nonna is a traditional dessert served for Easter in Italy, particularly Tuscany. Served as a post-Easter meal, it is a rustic, flaky shortcrust pastry base that’s filled with a light custard, topped with pine nuts and dusted with icing sugar. Have a slice at Stazione Novella.
How much: HKD $58 per slice
For more details, visit www.stazionenovella.com
Stop by for a yolky egg-topped brunch pizza at Motorino on Saturdays, Sundays or public holidays. Try the Pizza Al’Uovo or bacon corn both served with choice of Caprese salad, roasted sweet corn or chopped salad.
How much: HKD $168
For more details, visit www.motorinohongkong.com