These delicious Easter menus in Hong Kong for 2021 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 2021, 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 2021
Modern Australian restaurant Hue makes the most of its exquisite panoramic harbour views to create the perfect setting for Easter. This Good Friday, the restaurant will offer a four-course sustainable seafood dinner menu. Easter brunch will be running from Saturday to Monday, long weekends call for brunch (always), or if afternoon tea is your fancy, stick out your posh fingers at Hue from April 3-6 from 3:30-5:30 pm.
Read our full review on Hue.
Hue, 1/F Hong Kong Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 3500 5888
2. Dinner at Lucciola, The Hari
Indulge in a four-course menu at Lucciola that comes with a complementary oyster per person (garnished with black pepper & Amalfi lemon sauce). Tempting highlights at Lucciola’s set menu include Nettle and Wild Garlic Leaf Flan accompanied by Castelmagno Fondue with Roasted Pine Nuts and Almonds; Roast Lamb Rack with Wild Asparagus, Novelle Potatoes, Green Peppers and White Wine Sauce; and the decadent Dark Chocolate Lava Cake with Homemade Mascarpone Gelato.
And don’t forget to enter our giveaway to win a luxe staycation at The Hari!
Lucciola, 1/F, The Hari, 330 Lockhart Rd, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 2129 0333
3. Big Sur Takeaway Roasted Lamb Shoulder
Take home a delicious New Zealand Te Mana lamb shoulder, ideal for serving up to six diners, priced at HK$980 per set. The roast set includes a five-hour slow-roasted and smoked Te Mana lamb shoulder that weighs 2kg, served with sourdough gravy; duck fat roasted potatoes; corn on the cob; heirloom carrots; cauliflower gratin, and six dark chocolate mini-tarts.
The takeaway set is available from March 26 to April 11, pre-orders are to be placed online (with 48 hours notice minimum) and can be picked up at Big Sur in SoHo.
Big Sur, G/F, 22 Staunton Street, Soho, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2529 3001
4. District8’s sharing menu with a French touch
This Easter, enjoy a special Easter sharing menu with a French touch at District 8 bistro. Inspired by French dining, the restaurant offers both indoor and al-fresco dining. One of the dishes in the sharing menu offers Tagliatelle served with rabbit and spring pea ragout with Parmesan, and for a festive finish, the dessert options include chocolate tart or house-made Easter ice cream.
District 8 has locations in Tseung Kwan O and West Kowloon
Sitting atop Hong Kong’s iconic peak, Fiamma will be open for breakfast while also offering an all-day dining menu this Easter. The breakfast menu will be available from Friday to Tuesday, 2-6 April, from 8-10:30 am, with dishes starting from HK$68. We know the perfect way to start your morning – the Hiker’s Morning Treat, a healthy plate with eggs, avocado, quinoa, baby spinach, cherry tomatoes and portobello mushroom, served with toasted sourdough (perhaps you could actually hike up to the peak to fit the name?).
Fiamma, Shop G02, Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Road, Hong Kong, p. 2657 0800
6. Cookie Smiles’ Easter sweets
Of course, the sweet tooths need some special attention this Easter. Cookie Smiles has new spring and Easter-themed cookie arrangements just in time for the big day on 2nd April. The cookies are perfect for all small get-to-gethers or as gifts for your loved ones. And a huge shout-out to Cookie Smiles for hiring disadvantaged bakers and 20% of their annual profits go to the Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association and Splash Foundation.
Shop Cookie Smiles online
7. Spring tastes like Venchi
Venchi’s new springtime collection focuses on three words; Re-birth, Re-start and Re-energise. Re-birth, the symbol of Easter, Re-start of a new life, Re-energise at first bite. Easter delights include Mediterraneo – made with white chocolate, pistachio and fragrant candied lemon zest, Chocoviar Gourmet Egg – decorated with those little cocoa pearls, and Venchi’s Dried Fruits egg collection featuring toasted Piedmont Hazelnuts, almonds and one with white chocolate enriched with a filling of salted dried fruits.