These delicious Easter menus in Hong Kong for 2022 are just waiting to be booked, so gather family and friends and tuck in!
Over the public holiday, you might get in some hiking or explore the outlying islands, but one thing’s for sure: you’re gonna eat! And if you’re on the hunt for the best Easter menus in Hong Kong 2022, then you’re in the right place, as we’ve got the lowdown on what’s good. Also, don’t forget to check out our Easter gift guide for the cutest goodies to gift loved ones.
Easter menus in Hong Kong 2022
Celebrate an Eggcellent Easter at Pirata with its Easter Brunch (from $398/person; add an extra $198 for free-flow). The feast begins with a spread of shared starters, including the Truffle Caesar Salad, My Mamma’s Meatloaf, Fritto Misto, and an Italian cheese and cold cuts platter. Then, for the main course, you can take your pick between the restaurant’s signature dishes, such as the Lamb Shank, The Butcher’s Cut, and the season-exclusive Pasqualina Tart with eggs and spinach. Last but not least is the dessert. Go for the Colomba Cake – a traditional Italian Easter bread – or opt for the crowd favourites, like the chocolatey Il Grande Tiramisu or the Semifreddo.
Several other restaurants under Pirata Group – namely The Optimist, TokyoLima, Honjo, Chaiwala, and more – are also launching Easter menus for 2022. What’s more, all the restaurants will be hosting an Easter egg hunt between 15 and 18 April, with gigantic golden chocolate Easter eggs to be won.
Find out more about the full range of Easter menus on Pirata Group’s official website.
Pirata, 29-30/F, 239 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 2887 0270
2. The Peninsula Boutique & Café
Spend a honey-sweet Easter in Hong Kong with the festive treats from The Peninsula Boutique & Café. The Boutique’s new Easter collection includes an array of festive confectionery and collector’s souvenir, showcasing none other than Peninsula’s adorable mascot, Pagebear. Fill your baskets with the Cheery Chick Lolly (mango and passion fruit filling), Bouncy Bunny Lolly (almond gianduja), and foiled Easter eggs of nine different flavours. In addition to these basket-fillers are show-stopping treats, such as the handmade Egg-citing Easter Egg and the Egg Crate Easter Cake. On the theme of honey (cue us!), The Peninsula Boutique & Café is also offering a new Scone Set with Honey Comb, as well as a honey-themed afternoon tea set, along with other honey-infused items.
Find out more about The Peninsula’s 2022 Easter celebrations.
The Peninsula Boutique & Café, The Peninsula Arcade, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 2696 6969
3. Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
Wanna treat yourself to the most luxurious Easter menus in Hong Kong? Look no further than Mandarin Oriental, as the Hotel is launching a myriad of irresistible dining offers this Easter. For instance, you can tuck into a hearty Easter Roast (from $1,488/adult) at the Michelin-starred Mandarin Grill + Bar on Easter Sunday. Or, enjoy a lavish buffet at Clipper Lounge (from $698/adult), with free-flow options for you to wash it all down. Also available at Clipper Lounge (and Café Causette) is a special Easter-themed afternoon tea menu (from $708 for two).
Alternatively, those who like to drink can visit The Aubrey for a Japanese izakaya-style Easter brunch (from $628/person). Add on a free-flow package of The Aubrey Champagne and Sake Junmai Daiginjo (from $388/person) to get boozed up! Finally, don’t forget to try the Insta-worthy treats and French pastries from The Mandarin Cake Shop. Easter-exclusive items include the White Chocolate and Salted Caramel Easter Eggs; Mandarin Oriental Chocolate Egg; and more.
Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2522 0111
4. The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
Enjoy an egg-straordinary Easter at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong! A range of festive deals is available at the Hotel, such as a family-friendly Easter Sunday brunch in Ozone (from $888/adult). Delight in the views from the 118th floor while digging into the array of appetisers, followed by a selection of mains from the restaurant’s revamped menu. Highlights include the roasted tom yum cod fish with mango and papaya salad; casarecce king crab aglio e olio with crab roe; and Ozone’s signature Mexican-style wagyu beef burger, served with nachos. Before you finish off with the Easter-inspired dessert platter, make sure to try the side dishes – paired with a generous pour of molten cheese – at the raclette station. Also, you can upgrade your free-flow package to include alcoholic beverages (from $398).
For those who prefer to celebrate at home, the Hotel’s Easter Perfect Roasts will be ideal for you. The savoury roasts (chicken and/or lamb shanks) come with hot cross buns and creamy clam chowder as appetisers, plus other side dishes and an Easter carrot cake. To truly satisfy your sweet tooth, order the Easter pastries and confectionary from The Ritz-Carlton.
Find out more about The Ritz-Carlton’s 2022 Easter offerings.
The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong, p. 2263 2263
5. Conspiracy Chocolate
What’s Easter without some chocolatey goodness? If you’re a chocolate lover, don’t miss out on Conspiracy Chocolate’s Artisan Easter Egg Series this year. Inside the bright pink, adorably decorated egg carton are six large chocolate eggs. Four are traditional chocolate eggs, made with the brand’s signature 75% dark chocolate and a creamy dulce de leche filling; the other two contain matcha, puffed rice, and raspberry truffle. Aside from being delicious, these eggs are vegan, low sugar, and handcrafted from bean to bar here in Hong Kong. Easter treats in Hong Kong simply can’t get any better!
Find out more about Conspiracy Chocolate’s Artisan Easter Egg Series.
6. Cookie Smiles
#SpreadCookieSmiles this Easter by trying the charity cookie concept’s new spring-themed cookies! Using the brand’s most popular chocolate and confetti strawberry cookie recipe, Cookie Smiles is crafting buttery, little Easter cookies ($85/bag) – fresh and just in time for the festive season. What’s more, the cookies are made by disadvantaged bakers and 20% of Cookie Smiles’ annual profits go to charity, so you can do good while eating well this Easter.
Order Cookie Smiles’ Easter cookies online, or place the order via WhatsApp at 9315 0077.
Find out more about Cookie Smiles.
7. Ask for Alonzo
Hop to any of the four locations of Ask for Alonzo to enjoy its Italian Easter specials, along with great brunch and free-flow discounts. The festive highlights include chicken broth stracciatella with parma ham tortellini; Oliver’s Potato Salad with pickled eggs; and braised spring lamb shank with red wine confit shallots and butter-roasted potatoes. Wash them down with two hours of free-flow house wines, house beers, and selected mixed drinks (from $198/person). Psst – there are egg-painting competitions, Easter egg hunt for kids, and free gelato at Ask for Alonzo’s Happy Valley branch, too, so don’t miss out on the fun!
Ask for Alonzo has locations across Hong Kong Island.
8. Cucina, Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel
Nothing beats a good weekend brunch with spectacular views of the Harbour to match – such is the experience you can enjoy at Cucina. Located inside Marco Polo Hotel Hongkong, the restaurant will be serving a classic Italian brunch over Easter (from $568/adult), featuring a variety of antipasti, hot main dishes, and artisan pasta which is made at the live cooking counter. Expect freshly shucked oysters and chilled seafood; risotto with green asparagus, grilled tiger prawn, and caviar; mini duck liver burger; and more. Be sure to leave space for the desserts corner, as well as the add-on free-flow packages (from $148/person).
Cucina, Level 6, Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 2113 0808