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Easter 2023: Hong Kong’s best menus, afternoon teas, brunches, and sweets

By Celia Lee 3 April 2023

Header image courtesy of Hotel Icon

Holidays for the Easter weekend in 2023 fall perfectly with the upcoming Ching Ming Festival. For those with no travel plans, why not relax and enjoy your days off in the city with a delicious treat? From brunches and Easter-themed menus to irresistibly adorable treats, here’s a list of the best places to eat and drink in Hong Kong this Easter 2023.

Brunch | Menus | Afternoon tea | Sweet treats

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Here are the best seasonal offerings for your lazy mornings this holiday!

Left: Somm. Right: MO Bar. Photos courtesy of the restaurants.

Somm and MO Bar at Landmark Mandarin Oriental

LMO’s neo-bistro, Somm, is bringing back the coveted Sommkind of Brunch this Easter weekend. Enjoy a selection of seasonal best for sharing starters, a main, and dessert, including smoked Tasmanian salmon rillette, binchotan grilled Wagyu, and the signature Abinao chocolate soufflé with cacao sorbet, complete with a 90-minute free-flow.

Over at MO Bar, a more family-friendly brunch experience is on offer which caters to parents and their little ones. The Gardener’s Spring Brunch begins with sharing starters, followed by mains, and finishes with desserts to share between the family. Seasonal items include grass-fed beef tartare with capers, half “brick” lemon chicken, and ASC farmed seabream, all enjoyed with a 90-minute free-flow.

Availability: 7–10 April

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

Photo: LucAle


The recently re-opened LucAle is offering an all-Italian Easter brunch, featuring a selection of favourites and seasonal items, including the salumi, burrata, and fresh mozzarella spread and new pizzetta, finishing with a hearty tiramisu or Italian lemon cream.

Availability: 5–10 April

LucAle, Shop A, 100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun

Photo: LPM Restaurant and Bar

LPM Restaurant and Bar

Celebrate the coming of spring with LPM’s La Vie en Rosé weekend brunch. The free-flow rosé champagne brunch features a selection of signatures and new plates, such as pork chimichurri, Swiss chard omelette, and squid ink risotto. Round off your weekend brunch with a selection of sweets, including French toast with spice ice cream, vanilla cheesecake with berry compote, and the signature crème brûlée.

Availability: Every Sunday

LPM Restaurant and Bar, Shop 1, UG/F, H Queen’s, 23–29 Stanley Street, Central

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Photo: Ozone

Ozone at The Ritz-Carlton

Ozone is introducing the ultimate Sunday brunch in time for Easter. Infusing Japanese and Korean flavours into its sweets and savouries, this brunch begins with appetisers, including 30-month Ibérico ham and cheese platters. Following up are sashimi and cold dishes, before moving onto the mains, such as spicy casarecce pasta with lobster and shrimp and Wagyu beef cheeseburger elevated with kimchi slaw and fries.

Various live stations will bring street food from Japan straight to the rooftop bar, including oden and takoyaki, as well as a dessert station complete live Easter entertainment.

Availability: 9 April

Ozone, Level 118, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon

Photo: TMK


Kickstart your long weekend with a high-energy brunch at TMK. The Easter free-flow maki brunch begins with four sharing starters, two temakis, and Easter free-flow makis. Signature dishes like the kimchi pancake and tuna hotdog are available as mains, whilst diners have a choice between the Easter monaka or caramel fried banana for dessert.

Availability: 7–10 April

TMK, locations across Hong Kong Island

Photo: The Enclave

The Enclave at The Silveri Hong Kong-MGallery

If you’re exploring Lantau Island this Easter, why not begin your day with an Easter brunch at The Enclave at The Silveri? This bistro’s BBQ station will be live with racks of grilled lamb, prawns, and sausages, whilst their salad bar and appetiser specialities will play a refreshing contrast to their protein offerings.

Opt in for a 90-minute free-flow with your brunch and sample across The Pavilion’s chocolate-themed cocktails which includes innovative concoctions such as Rabbit’s Revenge, a smoky, tiramisu-flavoured, mezcal-based drink, and the Chocolate Martini, a blend of vodka with crème de cacao and vanilla in milk.

The Enclave, The Silveri Hong Kong-MGallery, 16 Tat Tung Road, Tung Chung

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Aqua Restaurant Group

This Easter, Aqua’s restaurants are offering foodies in Hong Kong a selection of brunches to celebrate the long weekend. At Aqua, the early brunch and non-stop brunch offers unlimited Italian and Japanese starters, such as sushi, oysters, and sashimi, complete with an option to add a 210-minute free-flow to your brunch experience.

At Vista, dig into an Italian weekend feast, which begins with a mighty seafood spread, before sampling across the restaurant’s unlimited buffet of cold cuts, cheeses, and fresh breads. The chef’s meat carving and pasta live stations are available for heartier options, whilst diners have a choice of main and dessert to complete with Vista brunch experience.

Cantina’s non-stop brunch offers unlimited servings of cicchetti together with Italian mains and desserts. A mini brunch is also available for your little ones.

Hutong’s feng wei brunch offers traditional Chinese live entertainment alongside a selection of unlimited dim sum, whilst the yum cha lunch offers an elevated dim sum experience.

Availability: 7–10 April (Aqua, Vista, and Cantina)

7–9 April (feng wei brunch)

5–10 April (yum cha lunch)

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

Vista, 29/F & 30/F, One Peking, Tsim Sha Tsui

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

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


A selection of the best Easter-themed menus on offer in Hong Kong this season.

Photo: Grain


Enjoy a traditional roast at Grain this Easter long weekend. Diners can choose from a selection of sharing starters, mains, and desserts, including grilled chicken skewers with leek and burnt lemon, slow-roasted lamb shoulder with barbecue glaze, and an Easter egg frozen cheesecake with smoked berry compote or a classic hot cross bun and butter pudding for their celebrations.

Availability: 9 and 10 April

Grain, Shop 1, G/F, New Fortune House, 3–5 New Praya, Kennedy Town

Photo: Amber

Amber at Landmark Mandarin Oriental

Head over to Amber at the LMO for a luxurious Easter feast. The four-course Amber premium unlimited lunch experience will serve up chef Richard Ekkebus’s dishes that reinterprets the finesse of French fine dining. Your gastronomic journey includes seasonal items and signatures such as aka uni with cauliflower, lobster, and Daurenki Schrenki caviar, and milk-fed lamb saddle with green asparagus, morel, arugula, spring garlic, koji, and grilled rapeseed oil. Elevate your experience with a 120-minute free-flow and don’t be afraid to try out the Easter mysterious dish, Pink Enigma.

Availability: 7–10 April

Amber, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

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Photos: The Steakhouse

The Steakhouse at Regent Hong Kong

Enjoy a four-course Easter Sunday lunch at The Steakhouse at Regent Hong Kong. Beginning with fresh appetisers from the restaurant’s salad bar and a rich Canadian lobster bisque, and choose from three different cuts of USDA prime, USDA Colorado lamb rack, or Atlantic sustainable salmon fillet straight off the charcoal grill for your main. Finish off your lunch experience with selected Easter-themed pastries.

Availability: 9 April

The Steakhouse, G/F, Regent Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Photo: Argo

Argo at Four Seasons

Take a midday break this Easter long weekend with Argo’s Easter lunch buffet. Enjoy a selection of seasonal dishes as you take in the urban views of Central from Argo’s floor-to-ceiling windows, including salt-crust roasted seabass, French Pyrenees baby lamb, and Easter Garden-themed desserts. Elevate your experience with the free-flow option.

Availability: 7–10 April

Argo, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, 8 Finance Street, Central

Photo: Lucciola

Lucciola at The Hari

For three nights only, Lucciola’s daily set dinner will be transformed with a distinct Easter twist. Beginning with welcome hors d’oeuvre and starters such as spinach and ricotta organic egg pie and Italian black mussels with parsley and garlic, diners will be treated to a warming homemade soup before their mains. Choose your mains from a selection of hearty options, such as spaghetti with lobster tail and US prime rib-eye steak. Finish off with a choice of dessert including homemade mascarpone gelato with limoncello and Madagascar green pepper marinated strawberry.

Availability: 7, 8, and 10 April

Lucciola, The Hari Hong Kong, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai

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Photo: Green

The Market and Green at Hotel Icon

Enjoy an Eggstra-ordinary buffet experience at The Market at Hotel Icon this Easter. Featuring a selection of holiday specials, such as Easter bunny salad, Scotch eggs, Easter egg mango panna cotta, and hot cross buns, delve into the spirit of Easter as you eat your way through this buffet. You can reserve here.

Over at Green, diners can enjoy a semi-buffet lunch also themed around the holidays. Enjoy a selection of unlimited appetisers and salads, including Parma ham with seasonal melon and a French cheese platter, whilst chilled seafood is also available on the table. Choose from five delicious mains, all paired with a glass of wine, soft drink, or juice, including Chicago grilled Mongolia lamb rack with seasonal vegetables and rack rosemary sauce, amongst others. Finally, Easter-themed desserts such as citrus Easter egg macaron and mini carrot cakes are available at the dessert table. You can reserve here.

Availability: 7 to 10 April (The Market brunch and dinner)

7 to 9 April (Green lunch)

Hotel Icon, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Photo: Kitchen

Kitchen at W Hotel

Celebrate Easter with a Spanish feast this long weekend with W Hotel’s Have a Spanish Easter buffet. Featuring a selection of Mediterranean classics such as pulpo Gallego, gambas al ajillo, and honey-mustard glazed ham, your Spanish feast is complete with churros and Basque cheesecake.

Availability: 7, 8, and 10 April (lunch and dinner)

9 April (brunch)

Kitchen, W Hotel, 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon

Photo: Chilli Fagara

Chilli Fagara

Whilst Easter is mainly associated with chocolates and bunnies, the holiday also marks the coming of spring. To celebrate the changing seasons, the Michelin-recommended Sichuan mainstay is introducing a series of spring lamb specials to the table. Spice up your holiday this Easter with the crisp-fried lamb shank, cumin lamb skewers, and fiery minced lamb. Cool off with a pint or the refreshing Strawberry Elixir cocktail.

Availability: Ongoing until further notice

Chilli Fagara, 7 Old Bailey Street, Central

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Photo: The Pizza Project

The Pizza Project

The city’s favourite neighbourhood pizza joint has an Easter-limited pie in time for the long weekend. The Down the Rabbit Hole pizza has a chilli cheddar stuffed crust around a testa di coppa, black garlic pesto, and fior di latte middle and is perfect as a celebratory treat.

Availability: 5–10 April

The Pizza Project, G/F, 26 Peel Street, Central

Afternoon tea

The classic indulgence elevated with Easter classics, from hot cross buns to chocolates.

Photo: Hue Dining

Hue Dining

Hue Dining’s Easter afternoon tea offers a range of seasonal sweets and savouries complete with house made scones, apricot and thyme jam, and clotted cream. Savouries include barbecue pork and pickled daikon bun and wild mushroom croquette topped with freshly shaved truffle, whilst milk glazed matcha and creamy mascarpone doughnut and dark chocolate ganache tart with pistachio and caramel crumble, and more are available for sweets. In celebration of the holidays, freshly baked hot cross buns will also be served with the afternoon tea set.

Availability: 8–10 April

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

Photo: WooBar

WooBar at W Hotel

Celebrate the season with WooBar’s Egg-stravaganza Easter afternoons tea. Featuring adorable, Easter-themed treats, such as the bunny-shaped strawberry mousse dome, tiramisu eggs, and truffle balsamic heirloom root with carrot hummus basket, this tea set is just what you need to get into the Easter spirit.

Availability: 7–10 April

WooBar, W Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon

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Photo: Hjem


The Nordic café in Sheung Wan is introducing an Easter touch to their afternoon tea set. The new God Påske! Easter afternoon tea set offers savouries such as Arctic prawns and beetroot and apple herring smørrebrød. For sweets, enjoy a traditional Norwegian waffle, mandarin yolk panna cotta, and lingonberry butter cookies amongst others. Pair your tea set with the Brightside, a seasonal cocktail made with orange juice, mango, and lingonberry jam to fully indulge in the season’s offerings.

Availability: 4–16 April

Hjem, 161 Hollywood Road, Tai Ping Shan

Photo: The Lounge

The Lounge and Gallery at Four Seasons

Introducing an Easter touch to the classic afternoon tea set at The Lounge, Four Seasons’ seasonal offering incorporates offerings of the season into its tradition with elegance. Highlights of the tea set include carrot cake with smooth lemon cheese créme, yellow chick macarons, and forest berries and chocolate mushroom—a chocolate financier cake topped with mousse. Savouries include a hearty ham, cheese, and black truffle Croque Monsieur and Boston lobster “Thermidor” in brioche bun. A Smash Chocolate Egg will be served to each table, whilst at the live station diners can try out the lemon gelato hot cross bun sandwich—a traditional Italian dessert transformed with a touch of Easter.

Over at Gallery, guests can enjoy an Easter afternoon treat. The much-loved afternoon tea set is livened up with a live station serving South American panqueque, lemonade jelly and vanilla verrine, chocolate filo tart, green apple and almond cake, and Easter carrot cake. Pair these sweet treats with some artisanal coffee, tea, or free-flow champagne.

Availability: 1–10 April (The Lounge)

7–10 April (Gallery)

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, 8 Finance Street, Central

Photo: Aqua Luna


Hong Kong’s iconic junk cruise, Aqualuna, is featuring a selection of Easter-themed treats on its afternoon tea set this holiday. Enjoy dim sum delights from Dim Sum Library and the special chocolate egg tart, an Easter interpretation of the iconic Hong Kong pastry as you cruise along the Victoria Harbour. Opt for a bottle of champagne to elevate your experience.

Availability: 7–10 April

Aqualuna, drop-off and pick-up at Tsim Sha Tsui Pier 1 or Central Pier 9

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Sweet treats

The cutest, most Instagrammable, and mouth-watering treats to share with your loved ones this Easter, whether it’s a bunny cake or your regular hot cross buns made with a twist.

Photo: The Cakery

The Cakery

A selection of health-conscious yet no less delicious Easter cakes are available from The Cakery this season. The Golden Egg cake is a mango chiffon presented in half a white chocolate eggshell. The Black Forest Egg cake is a vegan chocolate sponge layered with rich chocolate mousse and spiked cherries. The Secret Garden Egg cake is a vanilla sponge with strawberries and kiwis.

For one-bite indulgences, The Cakery is also offering Easter cake pops in three adorable designs: an Easter chick, an Easter egg nest, and of course, the Easter bunny.

The Cakery, locations across Hong Kong Island

Photo: Charbonnel et Walker

Charbonnel et Walker

If you’re looking for some premium Easter chocolate, look no further than Charbonnel et Walker’s seasonal offerings. The famed chocolatier is offering a limited series of their finest chocolates, including the milk and dark chocolate selection, whilst the pink Marc de Champagne and the milk sea salt caramel truffle eggs both come in an elegant box.

A special collection of Peter Rabbit-themed chocolates is also available. The Peter Rabbit milk and white chocolates and the Peter Rabbit milk chocolate figures both come in adorable book-shaped boxes that resemble the original Beatrix Potter books!

Availability: Ongoing until further notice

Charbonnel et Walker

Shop 104, 1/F, Landmark Alexandra, 16 Chater Road, Central

Kiosk K, Level 3, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, 3–27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Photo: Nina Patisserie

Nina Patisserie

The Patisserie’s Spring in Sweet Pink collection offers two picture-perfect cakes made with seasonal spring ingredients. The strawberry sakura mochi chiffon cake features fresh strawberries and chewy mochi between layers of chiffon cake, whilst the sakura raspberry cheesecake is a perfect balance between rich and refreshing. Other Easter-themed offerings include the Bunny Halloway, a citrusy pineapple carrot cheesecake; Hoppy Bunny, a lychee raspberry mousse cake; and Easter chocolates. Find out more on the Patisserie’s website.

Availability: Until 30 April

Nina Patisserie, locations across Hong Kong

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Photo: Regent Hong Kong

Regent Hong Kong

Available at the Regent’s pastry counter at The Lobby Lounge is the hotel’s first full-sized cake themed around the holiday season. The Easter Forest is a balanced combination between mango lime confit, passion fruit whipped ganache, and creamy coconut mousse and streusel, decorated with imagery of the Easter bunny.

Availability: 7–10 April

The Lobby Lounge, G/F, Regent Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Photo: The Baker and the Bottleman

The Baker and the Bottleman

If you’re craving a good hot cross bun, The Baker and the Bottleman has got you covered. This Easter weekend, head over to the corner shop on Lee Tung Avenue and get your fill of the freshly baked good made with generous seasoning of cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves, and dotted with run-soaked raisins.

Availability: Pre-order online now, pick-up between 7 and 10 April

The Baker and the Bottleman, Shop G14–15, G/F, Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai


Kiyoka is introducing a series of seasonal sakura specials perfect for your Easter celebrations. The sakura macaron as a raspberry filling mixed with diced sakura leaves, whilst the sakura roll cake is an aromatic treat made with edible sakura powder and rolled with fresh strawberries and sakura cream. These two treats are available for purchase individually and as a set. Orders can be placed online or in-store.

Availability: Until 29 April

Kiyoka, Shop 327–333, 3/F, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

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Photo: Moxie


For our plant-based foodies, Moxie has an Easter offering for you that you can’t refuse. Their hot cross buns are completely plant-based and dairy-free, made following a classic British recipe using nutmeg, mace, cloves, coriander seeds, cinnamon, orange zest, vanilla, and raisins. Moxie’s buns will be sold in boxes of two with a pot of Alain Milliat strawberry jam.

Availability: Until 15 April

Moxie, Shop 203, Alexandra House, 18 Chater Road, Central

Photo: Dim Sum Library

Dim Sum Library

Dig into Dim Sum Library’s latest Easter creations as you celebrate the long Easter weekend. These limited-edition chocolate egg tarts swap out the traditional egg custard filling in the iconic Hong Kong pastry with chocolate blended with rich custard. You can enjoy this innovative treat alongside Dim Sum Library’s signatures and favourites.

Availability: 7–10 April

Dim Sum Library, Shop 124, Level 1, Pacific Place, Admiralty

The Peninsula Boutique

The adorable Pagebunny will grace The Peninsula Boutique’s sweet offerings as a mascot for the season. Easter is not complete without some chocolate eggs, and the Boutique’s selection comes in nine adorable packaging and a smashable Egg-citing Easter egg that comes with a miniature wooden hammer.

Other sweets include chocolate chip cookies—perfect for gifting—and the Easter Cheer cake where fresh mango cream is sandwiched between pandan sponges and finished with a coat of coconut mousse. Other gift sets and hampers are also available. Visit the Boutique’s website for more information and how to place your order.

Availability: Until 11 April

The Peninsula Boutique and Café, The Peninsula Arcade, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

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Photo: Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

Four Seasons E-Shop

These delicious and aesthetically pleasing Easter treats from Four Seasons are perfect as the centrepiece of your Easter celebration. The Smash Chocolate Bunny on Sicilian pistachio and chocolate cake features an adorable rabbit sitting atop chocolate crumble “soil.” The Smash Chocolate Hippo on carrot cake sees an adorable mascot sat atop a true Easter classic cake. The best-seller, Smash Chocolate Mushroom on signature red velvet cake, returns this year to much anticipation, whilst the Popcorn Sheep cake houses Blond Dulcey chocolate blended with fleur de sel in a chocolate sponge cake, topped with popcorn. These seasonal treats are sure to be a hit at your next celebration! More information and how to book can be found on Four Season’s e-shop.

Availability: Orders accepted until 9 April, delivery and pick-up from 1–10 April

Dang Wen Li by Dominique Ansel

Locally inspired French bakery Dang Wen Li is introducing a selection of adorable Easter treats for city dwellers to indulge in. Fill up your Easter baskets with Peep-a-Boos (chocolate mousse chicks with a cookie crunch centre), hot cross buns, and green apple mochi buns with an apple compote and diced apples centre.

Availability: Ongoing until further notice

Dang Wen Li by Dominique Ansel, locations across Hong Kong

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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.