The Best Easter Menus in Hong Kong 2021

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A special weekend deserves a special meal – that’s why we’ve rounded up the very best Easter menus in Hong Kong this year to indulge in over the long weekend.

From a fun-filled family brunch at The Leah to an epic three-course picnic to relish at home, here are some of our favourite happenings in Hong Kong to look forward to this Easter.

Relish Easter Picnic: The Best Easter Menus in Hong Kong 2021
The whole family will love this special Easter picnic by Relish with Sim’s Sweetshop! Credit: Relish.com.hk

The Leah Easter Brunch 

The whole family can enjoy Easter brunch at The Leah, which offers British comfort food done right. Select from classic British dishes (such as Beef Wellington slice or fish and chips) served with a twist and festive themed items. As an added bonus, the restaurant will take the kids off your hands entertaining them with free-flow Easter cooking, craft and games while you eat and drink in peace (for a while anyway!). The cost for Easter Brunch is $388 per adult, plus $198 for three hours of free flow drinks. The cost for children is just $300 and includes activities, snack & juice. Children’s activities, for ages 2-10yrs, include cooking, art, egg basket toss, Easter egg bowling, balloon twisting and an Easter egg hunt.

Date: 2-5 April, 2021
Address: 28 Yun Ping Rd, Causeway Bay

The Leah Easter Brunch Hong Kong 2021

Easter at Duddell’s 

Duddell’s Hong Kong is offering up a series of Easter dining specials. Easter brunch at the Salon will feature unlimited fresh dim sum, mains, rice, noodles, and desserts and is priced from $788 per person. Easter Dinner at Duddell’s boasts an extensive menu, from roasts to classic desserts. All dine in during Easter will receive a complimentary Easter-themed Chinese tealeaf egg.

Date: 2-6 April
Address: 1 Duddell Street, Central

Spasso’s “Eggcellent” Easter Brunch

Spasso will be extending its popular Sunday brunch over the Easter weekend. Prices start at $358 for a four-course meal, which will feature traditional regional Italian Easter dishes. There will be egg decorating, egg hunts and hot cross buns for the little ones and a chance to win a $1,000 voucher. Children under six dine for free, and kids from 6-12 years are priced at $228. 

Date: 3-5 April
Address: Empire Centre, 68 Mody Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui East

Easter egg decorating at Spasso

Wooloomooloo Group 

Sizzling cuts, brunch classics and a bit of good old-fashioned cheer is a great way to lift your spirits. The Wooloomooloo group has just the thing for you this Easter. Head on over to any of the following to enjoy a scrumptious meal over the long Easter weekend, from April 2-6. Wooloomooloo Prime $498, Wooloomooloo Steakhouse $388 and The Chop House $328. 

Basehall Easter Saturday Family Day

Get into the Easter spirit and over to Basehall on April 3 for a super fun day for families and kids! There will be an Easter themed balloon artist at 12pm, 2pm and 4pm (3 sessions in total), and a BaseHall Easter Egg hunt. Young Masters will also be serving up freshly baked Hot Cross Buns from Pub 1842. 

Relish at Home: Easter Picnic

Enjoy a picnic at home with Relish this Easter. The three-course picnic includes freshly baked hot cross buns, cheese, charcuterie and a bottle of wine. Little ones can enjoy a DIY Easter egg basket, as well as an Easter egg hunt kit, and sweets from Sims Sweet sweet shop. Priced at $500 per person with a minimum order of two.

See also: Easter Giveaway! Win $1,500 of Chocolate from Sims Sweet Shop

Relish Picnic: The Best Easter Menus in Hong Kong 2021

Clipper Lounge Brunch at The Mandarin Oriental

Enjoy a lavish Easter Brunch featuring an extravagant seafood buffet alongside an extensive selection of festive favourites at the Clipper Lounge, Mandarin Oriental. Children will be entertained with a visit from the Easter Bunny. Easter Sunday brunch is priced at $788 per adult and $528 per child. Free-flow Moët & Chandon Imperial Brut Champagne will be available at an additional cost of $438.

Date: 4 April
Address: 5 Connaught Road Central, Central

Aqualuna Easter Afternoon Tea

Hop on board the Aqua luna this Easter and enjoy an Afternoon Tea for two whilst cruising Hong Kong’s spectacular harbour on one of the last remaining red sail junks. The afternoon tea includes some favourites from Dim Sum Library and delicious cakes and sweets from Aqua served with a glass of bubbles. Priced at $399 per person.

Date: 4-6 April
Address: Central Pier 9 / Tsim Sha Tsui Pier 1

Mandarin Oriental Easter Menu Hong Kong 2021

Pizza Making & Egg Decorating at DiVino Patio

Enjoy a Pizza making weekend at DiVino Patio, ideal for kids aged 3-10 years, for $198 per child. Families can also keep the little ones busy with an egg-decorating competition with a prize of $700 voucher redeemable at DIvino Patio or DiVino Central. In addition to the egg hunting activities, small sweet treats of chocolate Easter bunnies; assorted chocolate eggs and hot cross buns will be shared with all children. 

Date: 2-5 April
Address: Shop 11, 1/F, Causeway Centre, No. 28 Harbour Road, Wanchai

The Cakery Easter Vegan Picnic Basket

For something a little different why not try the new vegan Picnic Basket ($618)* by The Cakery. The picnic basket packs an afternoon tea-style set for two, including; Cauliflower Salad, Red Pesto Sweet Potato Sandwiches, Superfood Crackers with Cheese Dip, and Roasted Corn with Spicy Mayo. Sweet vegan pastries include; Croissant, Mini Lemon Tarts, Mini Peanut Butter Chocolate Tarts, Vegan Mini Cupcakes, and Chocolate Dreamer Cupcakes. Washed down with some refreshing organic sodas. Guests can also add on vegan wine for an additional $128. *Receive $30 refund upon retuning the basket.

Easter really does offer up the most wonderful excuse to indulge. And after a year like we’ve had, don’t we all deserve a treat? So get the most out of the festive season this year by taking full advantage of one of these oh-so-delicious Easter menus in Hong Kong. We know we will.

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Roopal Popat
Roopal Popat
Roopal Popat is a content writer, editor, and copywriter with a focus on all aspects of health, parenting, education, families, and lifestyle. She also edits in the global real estate and finance sectors. Roopal holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and American Studies. Her career spans across Project Management, Business Analysis, Finance recruitment and Training and Development, having worked in the UK, New York, and Hong Kong. Born in the UK, and bought up in Tanzania, Roopal enjoys traveling and spending time with her 2 children and husband.

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