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The best Easter menus in Hong Kong

Discover the top breakfast, lunch or brunch options to celebrate Easter in the city

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Written by
Fontaine Cheng
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As Easter beckons us with the upcoming long weekend starting on Good Friday April 2, and running through until the day following Easter Monday on April 6, I’d say that’s the perfect excuse to treat yourself. Be it a beautiful breakfast or brunch, leisurely lunch, or an indulgent dinner, it’s Easter, and you deserve it. So, here goes, our pick of the best menus to try this Easter.

RECOMMENDED: There are plenty of other ways to enjoy Easter, including our list of the best staycations to make the most of the long weekend.

The best Easter menus in Hong Kong

  • Restaurants
  • Italian
  • The Peak

Whether or not you decide to hike up to The Peak, Italian restaurant Fiamma is always a good idea. Enjoy the long weekend with a hearty ‘Buongiorno’ breakfast filled with eggs, smoked pancetta, Italian sausages, portobello mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, and sourdough toast, or go for a more healthy ‘Hiker's Morning Treat’ packed with eggs, avocado, quinoa, and more. The ‘Omelette Al Tartufo’ is another top choice and comes with truffle and asiago cheese and mushroom Arancini.

Price: From $68 for breakfast
When: April 2 to 6; 8-10.30am

  • Restaurants
  • Italian
  • Central
  • price 3 of 4

Another Italian favourite, Ciak is bringing the pizza goods this Easter with a menu made for sharing with friends and family. Ciak pizzas use a unique dough made up of four different flours and an 18-year-old live yeast, before it’s slowly fermented for 36 hours, giving this pizza the crust and crunch we love. Highlights include the Mediterranea ($190) seafood pizza with fresh Mediterranean anchovies, black olives, and aromatic garlic oil, and a luxurious pizza in the form of Tartufo Nero ($1,680) with creamy mozzarella and taleggio cheese, sausage, Italian egg yolk, and black truffle from Europe. More than pizza, there are also Italian comforts such as pasta, Fiorentina-style steak, grilled sea bass, tiramisu, apple crumble tart, and much more, along with a seasonal two-course set menu ($388).

Price: From $190 for pizza
When: Now until further notice; 11.30am-10pm

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  • Restaurants
  • Steakhouse
  • Lan Kwai Fong
  • price 4 of 4

The Argentinian steakhouse is offering a prime rib brunch on Easter Sunday which features three-courses including an assortment of appetisers such as Provoleta cheese with grilled bread and Iberian cured meats. The brunch continues with the main course, a General Pico grass-fed Black Angus prime rib which is carved by the table and served with sides. Think creamy mashed potatoes with mascarpone and brown butter, sweet glazed carrots with vanilla and mint, and grilled asparagus with lemon gremolata and herbs, before finishing on a refreshing and tangy selection of sorbet. There are also free-flow drinks packages for two hours (+$198/$298 per person).

Price: From $498 per person for prime rib brunch
When: April 4 (Sunday) only; 12-2.30pm

  • Restaurants
  • Italian
  • Wan Chai

Popular pasta bar Pici offers its classic pasta brunch across five locations in Hong Kong for Easter. Tuck into dishes that bring quality and value together in items such as homemade meatballs, freshly-made tagliolini, hand-cut pappardelle, and ravioli carbonara before completing the meal with a rich tiramisu or panna cotta for dessert.  

Price: From $248 per person for brunch
When: Weekends and public holidays; 11.30am-4pm

 

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  • Restaurants
  • Central

With two brunch options for Easter, guests can decide between a la carte or a set menu at Duck & Waffle. The set includes sharing starters such as beef tartare, corn "ribs", and spiced ox cheek doughnut; the main course offers choices including the signature confit duck leg with buttermilk waffle, smoked salmon royale, or baby artichoke and garden vegetable vignole; and dessert with a choice of sparkling juice or soft drinks. Meanwhile, the a la carte menu offers up Duck 'N' Cheese macaroni; foie gras crème brulee; sweet potato gnocchi; whole roasted free-range chicken and much more. For those in the mood to drink, they can also add on a two-hour free-flow package for an additional $198 per person. Other Easter specials, available April 2 to 4, include roasted New Zealand lamb ($300) and a White Rabbit cocktail ($128) with butter-washed bourbon, Frangelico, coffee and cream. 

Price: $318 per person for the set brunch menu
When: April 2 to 6; 11am-4pm

  • Restaurants
  • Australian
  • Tsim Sha Tsui

Offering a Good Friday four-course sustainable seafood dinner menu ($980 per person) with fresh flavours and line-caught seafood including confit spanner crab and our favourite Spanish red prawns on April 2; Easter brunch ($400 per person) with sharing dishes and mains including grilled pork loin and lamb racks on April 3 to 5 from 11am to 3pm featuring a free-flow Taittinger Brut Reserve option (from $360 per person); and an Aussie-inspired afternoon tea ($680 for two) with iconic flavours and pastries from Downunder on April 3 to 6, 3.30 to 5:30pm, Hue is pulling out all the stops for Easter. All you have to do now is decide which one you’re going to try!

Price: $400/person for brunch; $980/person for dinner; $680/two people for afternoon tea
When: April 3 to 6

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  • Restaurants
  • Japanese
  • Central

Japanese food always goes down well, and with fresh sashimi, sushi, and seafood on offer at Fumi for Easter, what’s not to love? For Easter Weekend, Fumi’s Hokkaido king crab Easter brunch will present a whole host of signatures and seasonal dishes including Hokkaido king crab leg, Japanese steamed egg custard with king crab meat, avocado Hokkaido king crab roll, Hokkaido king crab and vegetable zosui and A4 Miyazaki beef himi udon, and more. Guests who book in advance will also receive a complimentary sashimi platter and dessert. They're also throwing in a complimentary Pampelle Angel cocktail (valued at $98) to celebrate the festivities.

Price: $528 per adult; $288 per child for Hokkaido King Crab Easter brunch
When: April 2 to 6; 12-2.30pm

  • Restaurants
  • Tsim Sha Tsui East

Featuring regional Italian dishes that would typically be eaten at Easter, Spasso is offering a slice of Italia for the upcoming holiday. To start, guests can choose Land with poached asparagus, egg mimosa, bresaola, and veal tonnato, or Sea, with half a Boston lobster, French oysters, black mussels, and more. Thereafter, other Easter specials include artisanal ravioli filled with porcini, sustainable barramundi, and an Australian lamb rack with spring vegetables. Not forgetting desserts, a traditional Colomba Easter cake in the shape of a dove will be filled with chocolate drops, and served with orange mascarpone sauce is on offer.  Keeping the little ones busy with an Easter egg challenge, the kids can decorate eggs for a chance to win a $1,000 dining voucher and hunt for Easter eggs while they’re there.

Price: $358 per adult; $228 per child (6-12); children under six dine for free for Easter brunch
When: April 3 to 5; 11.30am-3.30pm

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  • Restaurants
  • Californian
  • Soho

For those who prefer to stay indoors this Easter, Big Sur is offering an incredible five-hour slow-roasted and smoked 2kg New Zealand Te Mana lamb shoulder, which can serve up to six people. The roast set comes with sourdough gravy, duck fat roasted potatoes, corn on the cob, heirloom carrots, cauliflower gratin, and six dark chocolate mini tarts so you can relax and bring Easter home. The dishes are available for pick up at Big Sur in SoHo.

Price: $980 per set
When: March 26 to April 11 (requires 48 hours notice)

  • Restaurants
  • Lantau Island

The long weekend holiday begs for a trip to the beach, and if you can enjoy a good breakfast, then why not enjoy it this Easter at Bathers. The beachfront restaurant will be open for breakfast and offer items such as toasted sourdough with avocado, tomatoes, chilli and a perfectly poached egg, house-cured salmon and scrambled eggs with sourdough toast, and the Lantau Big Start breakfast – a big dish of house-made pork sausage, smoked bacon, grilled tomato, mushrooms, poached egg and toasted sourdough – among other menu items to make the most of your day by the seaside.

Price: From $85 for breakfast
When: April 1 to 6; 9-11am

Looking for more inspiration on where to eat this Easter?

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