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Easter 2024: Hong Kong’s best menus, afternoon teas, and more

By Celia Lee 26 March 2024

Header images courtesy of Island Shangri-La Hong Kong and The Murray Hong Kong  

Easter is just a few days away, and dining outlets around town have prepared special menus for you to celebrate with family and friends. From boozy brunches and themed menus to elegant afternoon teas and adorable treats, here are the best Easter foods to try in Hong Kong this year.

Brunches | Lunch & Dinner | Afternoon Teas | Desserts & Treats

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The Murray, Hong Kong

Dining outlets at The Murray, Hong Kong are offering late-morning delights that are perfect for gatherings. At The Arches, you can enjoy the Easter Wild brunch while the kids play with the exotic animals of the visiting mobile zoo! Alternatively, you can bring your furry friend to the outdoor Furry Family brunch to enjoy an abundant buffet, followed by a browse through the accompanying Furry Street Market, stocked with a wide selection of pet-friendly goodies.

Over at The Tai Pan and Garden Lounge, visitors are treated to the Egg-cellent brunch. Little ones can embark on an Easter egg hunt, see magician perform, or visit the face-painting stall. At Popinjays, patrons are treated to the Bubbles and Beats brunch menu. Opt for one of the free-flow packages on offer and enjoy live DJ music as you feast on dishes such as the fresh frutti di mare.

When: Easter Wild brunch, 29–30 March; Furry Family brunch, 31 March; Egg-cellent brunch and Bubbles and Beats brunch, 30–31 March.

Where: The Arches, 1/F, The Murray, Hong Kong, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central

The Tai Pan and Garden Lounge, UG/F, The Murray, Hong Kong, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central

Popinjays, 26/F, The Murray, Hong Kong, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central

Photo: Hue Dining

Hue Dining

At Hue Dining, guests can celebrate with a special Easter brunch featuring shared starters, mains, and dessert. Live jazz music will be played at brunch time over the long weekend. Highlights of the menu include devilled eggs topped with black truffle, aged Parmesan, and garlic chives, lamb rib with lemon herb crust, Spanish mackerel with spinach and avocado purée, and an apple financier.

When: 29 March–1 April & 4 April

Where: Hue Dining, 1/F, Hong Kong Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Photo: LPM Restaurant & Bar

LPM Restaurant & Bar

Guests enjoying LPM’s La Vie en Rosé brunch will get to try limited-time items on Easter Sunday. The Egg is a seasonal dessert of layered praline, smooth chocolate mousse and ganache, and passion fruit and mango purée. The brunch is nicely paired with the Maya L’abeille highball cocktail. Those dining at LPM on Good Friday and Easter Saturday can also enjoy live music performances!

When: 29 March–1 April

Where: LPM Restaurant & Bar, H Queen’s, 23–29 Stanley Street, Central

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Island Shangri-La

At Lobster Bar and Grill, families can enjoy a grand feast. Choose between a seafood or classic brunch and enjoy items such as the fresh seafood platter, a classic roast, and a yuzu meringue pie to finish. The brunch can be paired with free-flow champagne and live music will be played.

Over at Restaurant Petrus, guests are spoiled with a seven-course Easter brunch menu highlighting French cuisine. Crafted with premium ingredients such as foie gras, fresh oysters, and white asparagus, Petrus suggests you pair your brunch with its two-hour free-flow package.

When: 30–31 March

Where: Lobster Bar and Grill, 6/F, Island Shangri-La Hong Kong, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Admiralty

Restaurant Petrus, 56/F, Island Shangri-La Hong Kong, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Admiralty

The Verandah

Enjoy an abundant Easter Sunday brunch at The Verandah! Highlights of the buffet spread on offer include a selection of fresh seafood, the Easter-themed Provençale herb-roasted lamb saddle ratatouille, and roasted gammon bone ham. To end the meal on a sweet note, desserts such as the Grand Marnier soufflé or delicious crêpes are available. Reserve a table here.

When: 31 March

Where: The Verandah, The Repulse Bay Arcade, 109 Repulse Bay Road, Repulse Bay

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Celebrate Easter with lavish offerings at LMO! At Somm, families can prepare for the Eggciting Easter brunch, where delectable spring items such as beer-battered fried Ebisu premium oyster, heritage beef tartare with avocado, and a selection of bread and pastries such as croissants, Easter cross buns, and Japanese milk bun with poppy seed take centre stage.

Over at MO Bar, the seafood brunch offers a more casual affair. The menu features an abundant spread, highlighting sake steamed clams with wakame, ginger, and spring onions, Thai prawn salad with pomelo, peanuts, and yam som-o sauce, half brick-chicken with broccolini, green olive tapenade, and arugula. For a more refined celebration, head to Amber for a four-course lunch.

When: 29 March–1 April

Where: Somm, 7/F, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

MO Bar, Lobby, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

Amber, 7/F, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

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Aqua Restaurant Group

Aqua is introducing an Easter twist to its popular weekend brunch. Alongside the usual brunch offerings of unlimited starters, charcoal-grilled black cod with saikyo miso, and stone-grilled Wagyu beef sirloin, guests can enjoy an adorable farm-themed dessert platter.

At Hutong, guests enjoying the signature Feng Wei brunch can also take part in an Easter egg painting workshop. At Vista, patrons can enjoy items such as BBQ pulled pork maritozzi sandwich and the chef’s baked lasagna. Both brunch menus conclude with an Easter dessert platter.

Over at Cantina, the weekend brunch is full of seasonal dishes such as mezze maniche seafood, roasted lamb with broccolini and roasted potatoes, and the traditional Italian Easter bread, colomba. In true Easter fashion, an indulgent chocolate egg is served at the end of the meal.

When: 29 March–1 April

Where: Aqua, 17/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Hutong, 18/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Vista, 29/F–30/F, One Peking Road, 1 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Cantina, Police Headquarters Block 01, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central

Lunch and dinner

The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Enjoy a premium Easter feast at Tosca di Angelo. The seasonal menu features exquisite offerings such as Mediterranean blue lobster with mango and caviar, organic stroncatura pasta with langoustine and trumpet zucchini, and a delightful banana chocolate with vanilla and caramel sauce Easter dessert special. Find out more here.

If you would rather celebrate Easter at home, you can do so with The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong’s Easter takeaway roast sets. The whole roasted spring chicken with black truffle butter and slow-roasted lamb shank set and the yellow chicken red label roast set both serve four people, and come with creamy clam chowder, side dishes, as well as an Easter carrot cake. Place your orders here.

When: Now till 31 March

Where: Tosca di Angelo, 102/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui

Wolly Pig Hong Kong

Enjoy a beachfront semi-buffet lunch at Bathers! The charcuterie platter is inclusive of Parma ham, salami, and pistachio mortadella. Also available are the pesto and mozzarella focaccia pizza, roast beef with tartare sauce and baby spinach, and more. For mains, choose between a double cheeseburger, beer-battered fish and chips, half roasted yellow spring chicken, or pesto pasta. Dessert is a carrot cake or a tiramisu. Families can join in on Bathers’ Easter egg hunt where a series of games will take place on the beach with attractive prizes up for grabs.

Over at Man Mano, families are treated to an Easter family lunch alongside a cookie decorating workshop. Highlights of the three-course menu includes beef and spicy ‘nduja meatballs, arrabiata orecchiette pasta, a crispy suckling pig, and tiramisu. A kid’s menu is also available for little ones.

At Majo Tapas Paella Bar, guests can enjoy a lunch paired with free-flow cava wine and truffled porcini croquettes, huevos rotos (slow-cooked eggs topped with cured Ibérico pork jowl), coca de chorizo (sausage with Manchego, oregano, tomatoes, and red onions served on pizza bread), piquillos rellenos de bacalao (piquillo peppers stuffed with cod brandade), and sharing desserts.

District 8 is offering an Easter sharing lunch complete with confit chicken terrine, seared halibut with leeks, fondant potato, and spiced herb dressing, or the Wagyu flank steak for two. The sharing desserts include a mouth-watering chocolate tart topped with hazelnuts.

When: Bathers, 29 March; Man Mano, 30 March; Majo Tapas Paella Bar & District 8, 29 March–1 April

Where: Bathers, 32 Lower Cheung Sha Village, Lantau Island

Man Mano, Shop 418, Citygate Outlets, 18–20 Tat Tung Road, Tung Chung

Majo Tapas Paella Bar, G/F, 22 Staunton Street, Central

District 8, R0009, Civic Square, Elements, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui

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Photo: Café Too

Shangri-La Hotels

Café Too at Island Shangri-La is offering an Easter-themed lunch and dinner buffet. Highlights of the buffet spread include a fresh seafood station, Wagyu teppanyaki, and an Easter-themed dessert station complete with handmade chocolate delights. Little ones can head over to the interactive corner where they can have fun with face-painting and a dancing party.

When: 30–31 March

Where: Café Too, 7/F, Island Shangri-La Hong Kong, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Admiralty

Photo: Kitchen

W Hong Kong

Enjoy an Easter-themed buffet at Kitchen this holiday! Guests can dig into devilled eggs with crab roe and mayo, a delectable Milo tiramisu, and a refreshing lemon meringue tart. On 31 March and 1 April, little ones can join in on a children’s Easter workshop on the hotel’s eighth floor.

Alternatively, you can bring home W Hong Kong’s Easter Wonder cake, where rich Valrhona chocolate ganache is layered with chocolate mousse, caramelised butter bananas, and crispy feuilletine. Place your order here.

When: 29 March–1 April

Where: Kitchen, 6/F, W Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui

Sheraton Hotels

At Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, guests can enjoy the Eggs-traordinary buffet at The Café. Highlights include free-flow lobster, lamb rack, walnut coffee cream cake, and a carrot cream cheesecake. Over at Oyster & Wine Bar, enjoy a selection of new dishes such as carabineros prawn carpaccio, pan-seared oyster, and steamed toothfish. Guests can enjoy seasonal delicacies at Unkai Japanese Cuisine, with highlights such as deep-fried baby ayu, simmered octopus, and true whelk sashimi. Alternatively, celebrate Easter at home the Easter strawberry pistachio cream cake.

Over at Sheraton Tung Chung, visitors can enjoy an Easter buffet at Café Lantau, featuring Easter desserts alongside staple dishes of Hong Kong cuisine. Alternatively, the Bunny Cake is the perfect centrepiece for your Easter celebrations at home.

When: The Café, 29 March–1 April; Oyster & Wine Bar, ongoing; Unkai Japanese Cuisine, now till 30 April.

Where: The Café, 2/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Oyster & Wine Bar, 18/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Unkai Japanese Cuisine, 3/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Cake & Wine Shop, 2/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Café Lantau, 1/F, Sheraton Tung Chung Hotel, 9 Yi Tung Road, Tung Chung

Lobby Lounge, Lobby, Sheraton Tung Chung Hotel, 9 Yi Tung Road, Tung Chung

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Nina Hospitality

Enjoy a vibrant Easter buffet at Café Circles! The spread includes enchanting creations such as traditional devilled eggs, Scotch eggs, braised beef cheek on truffle mashed potato, Easter carrot cake, and a rainbow lamington. Little ones can enjoy activities and performances while feasting at the restaurant, including balloon twisting, hand painting, and a magic show.

Over at I-O-N Wong Chuk Hang, visitors can enjoy a buffet featuring Southeast Asian flavours, complete with Easter-themed desserts. Highlights include pan-seared foie gras, grilled lamb chops, and fresh seafood. I-O-N Kwun Tong is offering a series of Easter specials such as poached salmon with avruga and Norwegian butter sauce and pan-fried duck liver with beef tenderloin.

If you are celebrating Easter at home, try one of Nina Patisserie’s Easter creations. Chuckle the Bunny is a lychee mousse cake with raspberry and rose filling, Finding Bunny is a citrusy cake with a tangy passion fruit purée filling and Happy Egg-ster is a delicious tart filled with chocolate ganache, caramel and chocolate praline, and topped with a trompe l’oeil fondant egg, sunny-side up.

When: 29 March–1 April

Where: Café Circles, 9/F, Nina Hotel, Tsuen Wan West, 8 Yeung Uk Road, Tsuen Wan

I-O-N Wong Chuk Hang, P3/F, Nina Hotel Island South, 55 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen

I-O-N Kwun Tong, 2/F, Nina Hotel Kowloon East, 38 Chong Yip Street, Kwun Tong

Nina Patisserie, locations across Hong Kong

Pirata Group

Enjoy a selection of Easter specials at Pici, The Pizza Project, and Pane e Latte this holiday! At Pici, guests can enjoy the pappardella contadina pasta tossed with lamb shank and saffron sauce and the Pici Easter egg for dessert. It combines coconut mousse, mango, and cookie crumble.

Over at The Pizza Project, enjoy the Easter calzone, a delicious pocket filled with braised Ibérico pulled pork, rich mozzarella, and sweet caramelised onions. For dessert, the TPP Easter egg is filled with pistachio cream, Ferrero Rocher, and chocolate crumble.

At Pane e Latte, patrons can enjoy the strawberry bomboloni with a cup of coffee, while the Pane e Latte Easter egg is made with chocolate mousse, hazelnuts, and mixed berries jam.

On 31 March, Pirata’s dining outlets are all hosting kid-friendly brunches complete with activities such as balloon twisting, face-painting, a cartoon movie screening, and much more.

When: 29 March–1 April

Where: Pici, locations across Hong Kong

The Pizza Project, location across Hong Kong Island

Pane e Latte, 25 Stanley Market Road, Stanley

Afternoon teas

Photo: Lobby Lounge

The Lobby Lounge at Island Shangri-La

The Lobby Lounge at Island Shangri-La is offering an elegant afternoon tea set complete with Easter-themed treats. Among the sweets and savouries are mini croissant sandwiches, ham crostini, the Rabbit dessert with dark chocolate and coconut cream, and the Chocolate Paradise dessert crafted with cocoa nib crunch, chocolate mousse, and jelly.

When: 25 March–1 April

Where: Lobby Lounge, Lobby, Island Shangri-La Hong Kong, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Admiralty

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Photo: Four Seasons Hong Kong

Four Seasons Hong Kong

The Lounge and Gallery at Four Seasons Hong Kong are offering Easter afternoon tea sets from a live cooking station. At The Lounge, guests can enjoy sweets and savouries such as hot cross buns with crème brûlée and citrus ice cream. Over at Gallery, the tea set features treats such as foie gras terrine with brioche toast, caramelised orange, and sea salt and hazelnut praline chocolate tart. For at-home celebrations or gifting, check out Easter-themed cakes and pastries here.

When: 29 March–1 April

Where: The Lounge, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, 8 Finance Street, Central

Gallery, Lobby, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, 8 Finance Street, Central

Desserts and treats

The Peninsula Boutique

Add a little seasonality to your daily tea or coffee with The Peninsula Boutique’s latest Season of Blossoms collection. Infused with a selection of seasonal fruits and florals, buttery biscuits and chocolates in the collection perfectly compliment the flavours of your drink of choice. Alternatively, check out the Blissful Bunny calamansi coconut cake for a refreshing dessert.

When: From 21 March

Where: The Peninsula Boutique, Shop BL1, B/F, The Peninsula Arcade, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Photo: The Cakery

The Cakery

From The Cakery’s Easter cake collection, we lean towards the Easter Bunny cake, a bunny-shaped creation decorated with pastel buttercream, edible flowers, and delicious macarons, available in apple crumble, lemon tea, and strawberry flavours.

Alternatively, the Easter cupcakes are perfect for sharing at a large gathering. The Easter Chick is a vanilla cupcake topped with yellow vanilla buttercream piped and decorated to resemble a cute yellow chick. The Easter Carrot is a carrot cupcake topped with dairy-free cinnamon cream. Cupcakes are available individually or as a set. The Easter cake pops, cookie pops, and egg basket are good options for a lighter alternative. For those wanting to unleash their creativity, the vegan Easter DIY cookie box makes for a great family activity.

When: Now till 1 April

Where: The Cakery, locations across Hong Kong

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The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong’s Easter cakes and pastries collection comprises themed chocolate eggs, which come delicately decorated as the Star Ferry, a French girl, a sheriff, and a Japanese girl wearing a kimono. Alternatively, the coconut pineapple lemongrass mousse cake is a refreshing creation that is sure to impress. Place your orders online for collection from the hotel lobby.

When: Now till 31 March

Where: The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui

Photo: Shangri-La Hotels

Shangri-La Hotels

Island Shangri-La has stocked up on chocolate eggs and Easter bunny-themed desserts. Highlights include the chocolate bear air balloon carrot cake, the classic large chocolate bunny, and a chocolate panda egg, amongst other sweet offerings.

Kowloon Shangri-La is offering vibrant Easter pastries such as the Choco-banana cake, the Blooming Blue Tulip chocolate egg, and a marshmallow carrot cake.

Over at Kerry Hotel, a selection of artisanal chocolate eggs is on offer, featuring pecans and candied orange, hazelnuts and dried apricot, and pistachios and dried cranberries flavours. Find out more here.

Island Shangri-La Hong Kong, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Admiralty

Kowloon Shangri-La Hong Kong, 64 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Kerry Hotel Hong Kong, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom

Photo: Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum & Mason

Celebrate Easter with seasonal and Easter-themed treats from Fortnum & Mason! Pair a warm cup of Spring Cup floral tea with rainbow chocolate eggs, Easter egg iced biscuits, crème de la cream Easter eggs, hot cross bun short bread, or Easter praline Scotch egg. Get these goodies from Fortnum & Mason’s flagship store at K11 Musea.

When: 23 March–1 April

Where: Fortnum & Mason, Shop 022, G/F, K11 Atelier, K11 Musea, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

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Celia Lee

Staff writer

Born and raised in Hong Kong and educated in the UK, Celia is passionate about culture, food, and different happenings in the city. When she’s not busy writing, you can find her scouting for new and trendy restaurants, getting lost in a bookstore, or baking up a storm at home.