Reading Time: 5 minutesThis year, Hong Kong Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 9. Treat the number one woman in your life with one of these amazing Mother’s Day dining deals in Hong Kong 2021.
From lavish free-flow brunches to low-key, fuss-free takeaways, there’s a menu for every budget and for every mum.
Mother’s Day Brunch Deals
Looking to bring some Italian flair to mama this Mother’s Day? Spasso, which is located in Tsim Sha Tsui and boasts an outdoor dining terrace overlooking Victoria Harbour, is offering a buffet-style menu with a mix of classic and contemporary Italian dishes.
Food: Guests may choose up to four menu options, including risotto, pasta, fish and meat, or the Chef’s signature – an indulgent grilled Spanish octopus dish with spicy n’duja sausage, crushed potatoes, and gem lettuce.
Cost: The brunch package starts at $428*, with the option of additional free-flow packages at $168 for red and white wine, sangria, prosecco, and draught beef, or $288 for the addition of Veuve Clicquot.
Children: Kids under the age of five eat for free, and kids aged 6-12 eat for just $228.
Give your mother a real treat with a sumptuous brunch at the Clipper Lounge. Two seatings are available, 11:30am-1:45pm and 2:15pm-5:00pm.
Food: Irresistible international fare on offer includes a raw bar, carving station, Hainan chicken station and lavish desserts.
Cost: $728* per adult with the option to add Moët & Chandon Brut Impérial Champagne free-flow for an additional $438* per adult or Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2009 free-flow priced at $538* per adult.
Children: $428* per child. *plus 10 per cent service charge.
Watch the chefs in action at this Lang Kwai Fong Favourite Italian which offers a great value brunch option.
Food: Alongside the signature Neapolitan Pizza, the Mother’s Day brunch will offer over 25 delicacies from the salad bar, carving station, pizza and pasta station, and dessert corner. For the brunch, highlighted dishes include Chicken with Herb Butter, New Zealand Beef Tenderloin with Rosemary and Garlic, Clam and Mussels Stew, Sautéed Red Prawns with Pink Pepper, Salty Caramel Apple Cake, and traditional Italian Desserts.
Cost: $358 per adult, plus $288 for free-flow alcohol including Prosecco, house wine, house spirit, Peroni beer, Aperol Spritz and Dear Rose. Taittinger Brut Réserve is available for $480 per bottle.
Children: $180 per child (for children 4-12 years old).
A visit to Spain might not be on the cards for the summer, so how about saying Vive Espana at The Optimist? Mum will receive a complimentary cocktail upon arrival.
Food: The four-course menu features Northern Spanish delicacies such as a seafood assortment starter, broken eggs (huevos rotos), padron peppers, lobster rice, lamb shoulder and chocolate textures dessert.
Cost: $498. A Classic free flow package is available at $180 or a Champagne free flow package at $298.
Children: $98 for buffet appetiser, one main course and one dessert.
If mum’s a bit of a rocker, how about venturing to TMK? With punk and alternative rock music blaring, the scene is definitely for the wild-at-heart mums!
Food: Enjoy wagyu tataki, karaage, sushi, sashimi, prawn tempura, seared scallop, tuna hotdog. All dishes are to share.
Cost: $398 per person plus $198 free flow including sake, beer, red and white wine.
Indulge in a heavenly brunch at The Bostonian Seafood and Grill located in The Langham in TST.
The Food: An international selection of favourites, from freshly baked Danish pastries, cured meats, Parma ham, cheeses and salad selection in on offer alongside fresh seafood including oysters, crab legs, king prawns and mussels. Additional choices include lobster vol au vent, asparagus soup, black truffle and forest mushroom risotto, roasted rib of beef from the trolley. The sumptuous dessert table boasts strawberry rose trifle, yuzu rose cake, raspberry choux, butterfly pea tea jelly, caramel pudding garden.
Cost: $728 including free flow soft drinks, juice and tea and coffee. Or $838 including free flow Lunetta Prosecco Brut & Rosé, house red/white, beer, soft drinks, juices, coffee and tea. The $988 package includes free-flow Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut & Blason Rosé NV Champagne, house red/white, beer, soft drinks, juices, coffee and tea;
Children: $394 for children age 4-11.
Treat mum to unlimited Japanese delights at Zuma’s infamous free flow brunch this Mother’s Day. Sittings are for three-hours.
The Food: Choose from salads, yakitori, tempura, sashimi, sushi and maki rolls, and that’s just the starters. The feast continues with a choice of mouth-watering mains, including the restaurant’s signature spicy beef tenderloin with sesame, red chili and sweet soy; miso marinated black cod wrapped in hoba leaf; or Roasted lobster, shiso and ponzu butter. A dessert platter with molton chocolate cake with a raspberry twist completes the feast.
Cost: Food only $888; Signature $1138; Deluxe $1488 or premium $2280
Children: $450 for children age 4-10.
Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea Options
The Mandarin Oriental’s Café Causette will serve an assortment of beautifully-crafted sweet treats – including the hotel’s iconic freshly-baked classic and raisin scones, served with Mandarin Oriental’s signature rose petal jam and clotted cream – alongside delicate finger sandwiches as part of its Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea.
Cost: The Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea is priced at $738* for two persons or HKD1,188*, including a glass of Moët & Chandon Brut Impérial or Rosé Imperial Champagne for each person.
Enjoy a Japanese inspired Shinsei afternoon tea set as part of a collaboration between Four Seasons and skin care brand Tatcha. The decadent tea set showcases Kyoto craftsmanship, including soft akita rice and sakura jelly, uji green tea and azuki bean cake, Okinawa sea salt caramel chocolate crème with biscuit and signature items from the pastry team. For every afternoon tea for two ordered, guests will receive a Tatcha Dewy Skin Discovery Kit valued at $431 (while stocks last). Afternoon Tea at The is available in two sittings f- 2:00- 4:00 pm and 4:15-6:15 pm.
Cost: On 8 and 9 May the set will cost $488 per person. Prices are subject to 10 percent service charge.
Mother’s Day Dinner Deal
Visit the newly revamped Kyoto Joe to enjoy up Japanese favourites with an LA twist.
Food: This all-you-can-eat dinner will showcase hero sushi rolls, appetisers, sashimi, robatayaki grill options and the freshest of sashimi. Highlighted dishes are lobster tempura, saga wagyu yaki, wagyu tendon in Sapporo with thick curry udon soup. All diners for Mother’s Day Dinner Buffet will receive a complimentary Sous Vide Abalone (valued at $190).
Cost: $668 per adult with the option to add a free-flow alcohol package consisting of Prosecco, Wines, Sake, Beer, Soft Drinks for $358 per person.
Children: $338 per child (80-120cm height).
Mother’s Day Takeaway Ideas
The Cakery’s Vegan Picnic Basket
The Vegan Picnic Basket packs a full portable afternoon tea-style set for two, including savory vegan dishes such as cauliflower salad, red pesto sweet potato sandwiches, superfood crackers with cheese dip, as well as some sweet vegan pastries to balance the meal. Sweets include croissant, mini lemon tarts, mini peanut butter chocolate tarts, and chocolate dreamer cupcakes. Wash it all down with some refreshing Organic Sodas or add a bottle of vegan wine for an additional $128.
Cost: $618 (Return the basket to any of The Cakery outlets to receive a $30 refund).
Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong’s signature afternoon treats can now be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home. Conveniently packaged in a stylish “top hat” takeaway box, this new set.
Cost: Priced at $898* per set for two adults.
While you can no longer enjoy afternoon tea in the delightful surrounds of Another Fine Day, you can still treat mum to their signature rose scones as a takeaway afternoon tea set. Other delicacies included in the set are lobster salad on parmesan basket; chorizo croquettes with capsicum sauce; Coronation chicken finger sandwiches. Sweet treats, in addition to the scones, include mini lemon crème brûlée tartlets; Earl Grey, honey & rose tea’ramisu.
Cost: $548 for a tea set for two.
A fantastic idea from Feather & Bone, this Breakfast Box hamper provides everything you need to make breakfast in bed for mum. Bacon, eggs, sausages, baked beans, mushrooms, brown sauce and a sourdough loaf. What more could you need?
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