Best Easter Brunches in Hong Kong 2023: Zuma, Pirata, MOHK, and More
March 27, 2023
Easter in Hong Kong marks the arrival of spring, warm weather, more jovial celebrations, and eating, eating, and eating. Observed with a public holiday lasting Apr. 6 to 10, be sure to get out of your houses, if you’re not in Bangkok, Manila, Singapore, or holidaying elsewhere, to eat a hearty brunch.
From Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong and Pirata Group, to ARGO and Hotel Icon, here are the best family-styled and kid-friendly Easter brunches in Hong Kong 2023 you should head to for your holiday celebrations.
Zuma Easter Weekend Brunch
Japanese culinary and experiential space Zuma never disappoints with its weekend offerings and is back with a great weekend brunch led by Executive Chef Quynh Phuong Brown. The 2.5 hours free-flow extravaganza begins with light Japanese delicacies Beef Tataki with Truffle Ponzu, Seared Salmon with Lemon, Shiso and Soy, and Asparagus with Wafu Sauce and Sesame.
The second course after sushi and sashimi platters delves into Zuma’s signatures such as Shrimp and Vegetable Tempura, Takoyaki with Katsuobushi and Yuzu Mayo, Miso Marinated Black Cod Wrapped in Hoba Leaf, and Grilled Chicken with Shio Konbu.
When: 11AM, Apr. 8 - 9
Where: Zuma, Level 5 & 6, Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Starting from HK$998 for free-flow, HK$758 without alcohol, HK$350 for children aged 4 to 10
"SomeBunny Feed Me" Easter Brunch Menus at Pirata Group
Pirata Group are really hitting the right tones for a seasoned Easter in Hong Kong, introducing a lavish “SomeBunny Feed Me”-theme brunch menu from Apr. 7 to 10 for all of its reservation restaurants, Chaiwala, Honjo, Honjokko, La Favorita, Pirata, The Optimist, Meats, Tempo Tempo, and Tokyolima.
With free-flow packages and kid's options, each restaurant will host traditional family feasts and three to six course menus that include your typical Indian, Japanese, Italian, American and Spanish twists for the holiday. The brunches range from HK$298 to HK$398 per person, with kids under 12 years eating for free at Honjokko, Tempo Tempo, La Favorita, and Honjo.
When: Apr. 7 - 10
How much: Starting from HK$298 per person, HK$198 classic free-flow per person
SOMMkind of Easter Brunch at Landmark Mandarin Oriental - Apr 7-10
This tempting extravaganza at the wine-focused restaurant has added new French seasonal crafts to its menu, handcrafted with seasonal finest ingredients celebrating spring harvest, such as Croissant with Bordier Unsalted Butter and Seasonal Christine Ferber Jam, main courses Roasted Ping Yuen Chicken with Wild Mushroom and Shallot Tartelette, as well Binchotan Grilled Snake River Wagyu with Overnight Roasted Celeriac.
Ends on a sweet note with Pancakes with Banana with Toasted Pecan Nuts, Dark Okinawa Sugar Syrup & Lime, the signature Abinao Chocolate Soufflé with Cacao Sorbet, or other delectable choices. You can also upgrade to the special selection of Champagne, White Wine, Red Wine, and Sake for a total of HK$868.
When: 11AM – 2:30PM, Apr. 7 - 10
Where: SOMM, 7/F, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental The Landmark, 15 Queen's Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
How much: HK$768 per person
Bacchus Easter Brunch Menu at Bacchus Wine & Restaurant
Get ready to indulge in the flavours of the season with this exquisite Easter 2023 menu. Satisfy your taste buds with creative Foie Gras and Dark Chocolate Candies, Japanese egg a la coque with scallops & caviar. But the feast doesn't stop there – dig into Steamed Bao with pork belly and Grilled Scampi and treat yourself to the heavenly duo of Easter-inspired tea-time sandwiches.
Choose from two options of main courses that are both expertly crafted to perfection, Bacchus’ signature Salmon Wellington or the 7-hour Lamb Confit. And don't forget to indulge in our unforgettable cheese trolley and divine dessert selection! Bring the little ones along too, as fun kid-friendly activities will be hosted, with children under eight-years old joining in for free.
When: Apr. 8 - 9
Where: Bacchus, 3/F, Hollywood Centre, 233 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
How much: HK$588 per person
Sumptuous Easter Lunch Buffet at ARGO
Experience a unique Easter dining at ARGO, with its conservatory-inspired setting featuring hanging terrariums, neoclassical interiors, and floor-to-ceiling windows offering stunning views of Central, Hong Kong.
The sumptuous buffet lunch includes festive dishes such as Salt Crust Roasted Seabass and succulent French Pyrenee Baby Lamb, as well as a French White Asparagus Corner with a choice of mousseline sauce, morels stew, and apple cider vinaigrette. Peek over at the carving station, which offers the flavoursome US Grade Beef paired with saucey staples like bearnaise, beef jus, and three kinds of mustard. Make sure you’re saving space to indulge in the Easter Garden-themed desserts free-flow!
When: Apr. 7-10
Where: ARGO, 8 Finance Street, Central Lobby, Four Seasons Hotel, Central, Hong Kong
How much: HK$888 per adult, HKD$468 per child
Eggstra-ordinary Brunch Buffet at The Market Hotel ICON
Hotel Icon’s award-winning buffet, The Market, will be serving an Easter-themed meal full of easter specialties and themed desserts.
The menu will feature easter various specialties such as scotch eggs, roasted ham with Easter stuffing, and Thai egg curry with seafood. To finish the meal, guests can indulge in a section of adorable Easter-themed desserts, including Organic Carrot Cake, Easter Egg Mango Panna Cotta, Hot Cross Bun, Easter Macaron, Easter Cupcake and more.
When: Apr. 7 – 10
Where: The Market, Hotel Icon, 17 Science Museum Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: HK$738 per person
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