What better way to get your Easter cracking than with an eggcellent brunch with the family? Little Steps has scooped out the best kid-friendly Easter brunches in Hong Kong 2022 from top-notch family restaurants all over Hong Kong. Whether the little ones want to get artistic or simply chow down as much chocolate as they want, we’ve got you sorted. Read on, book up, and eat away!
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If you want your family’s Easter weekend packed full of yum and fun, come to Yamm! Yamm has prepared an Easter Brunch Buffet with devilled eggs, flamed wagyu & egg pressed sushi, and braised oysters with scrambled eggs & spring onion, to highlight a few especially egg-cellent dishes. Afternoon tea will sweeten up your Easter with marshmallow chicks, traditional Easter cross buns with spices, chocolate easter eggs, and more, and your kiddos can take part in engaging cooking classes for kids at the adjacent café COCO! Find out more here!
Part of Pirata Group but with its own unique twist, TokyoLima is Hong Kong’s first Nikkei restaurant inspired by traditional izakaya hangouts that serves innovative Japanese and Peruvian fusion food. Begin the festive meal with a Nikkei iced bowl, tuna & watermelon tartare and more, continue by sharing signatures like “Ki-mo-chi” friend chicken or a chicharron platter (a Peruvian classic for family-fun weekends), or go solo with other traditional Peruvian specialties, and finish with chocolate sweets from Tokyolima’s Easter Box! Explore the menu in full here!
Aqua is one of Hong Kong’s most vogueish rooftop bars and restaurants that occupies the 29th and 30th floors of the One Peking building in Kowloon. The sophisticated interiors are bold and feature chandeliers, brass detailing, and custom leather seating. The floor-to-ceiling windows give diners extraordinary views across the city, the harbor, and further out to sea. This Easter, Aqua is serving early and non-stop afternoon brunches. The menu includes some of their delicacies: pork gyoza with sour ponzu and garlic chips, black truffle thin crust pizza, Italian pancetta with rosemary roasted potatoes, and nduja green beans or tempura platter with tiger prawns, zucchini flower, and Japanese whiting fish. A sharing dessert platter and complimentary Easter eggs finish off brunch perfectly. The resident DJ, Abel Rogers, will set the tone.
Aqua, H Zentre, 17/F, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, aqua.com.hk
Deemed not only a restaurant but an institution best known for its Sunday brunch and afternoon tea, Clipper Lounge has curated an exclusive Easter Brunch Buffet for this Easter Sunday, 17 April! To say the Easter offer is rich is an understatement; there’s sushi and sashimi, seafood, garden greens, a deluxe selection of cheeses, pastries, a Hainan chicken station, egg station, poached spring vegetables station, carvery station, chafing dishes, and a host of desserts and homemade chocolates. The offer, with slight modifications, can also be enjoyed as an Easter Lunch Buffet on 15 & 16 April – find out more here!
Clipper Lounge, 5 Connaught Road Central, Hong Kong, +852 2825 4007, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mandarinoriental.com/hong-kong/victoria-harbour/fine-dining/buffets/international-cuisine/clipper-lounge
Ozone is the world’s highest rooftop bar, perched on the 118th floor at an altitude of 480 meters. This Easter Sunday on April 17, Ozone is offering a Flying Easter Brunch with an Easter themed feast, egg coloring and face painting activities for kiddos. Ozone’s Sunday brunches are always epic affairs, aided by your choice of free-flowing beverages and in this case amplified by the festive family-friendly atmosphere! Book here!
Ozone, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Hong Kong, +852 2263 2263, www.ritzcarltonhkshop.com/en/ozone
Asaya Kitchen is renowned for serving simple yet refined Mediterranean dishes using the finest local ingredients. Chef Fabio Nompleggio showcases sustainably sourced seafood and local produce cooked in the fun open kitchen. Start your Easter brunch set menu with delicious canapes like mini Spanakopita beetroot blinis, Hokkaido scallop served with Ossetra caviar, charred peppers, spirulina emulsion, followed by Spanish seabass confit with tzatziki, watercress, broccoli romanesco and to finish off in an Eastery-way, the rice Easter cake with passion fruit gelato and candied cedar.
Asaya Kitchen, Rosewood Hotel, Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, https://www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/hong-kong/dining/asaya-kitchen
The Peak Lookout is an old, Grade II listed Hong Kong heritage house near the summit of Victoria Peak at Victoria Gap. The restaurant's interiors are a melting pot of nostalgia with nicknacks galore, a warm, friendly atmosphere, and an exciting menu full of favorite world cuisine. This Easter, the chefs prepare an extraordinary menu with seasonal dishes like four-onion, three-cheese soup gratin, roasted leg of spring lamb with Merguez sausage, and cauliflower couscous, followed by a hot chocolate tart served with raspberries, pecans, and caramel. Feast in the cooling shade of the dining room or on the terrace that boasts extraordinary views of the South China Sea and the inimitable skyline of Hong Kong.
The Peak Lookout, 121 Peak Road, Hong Kong, https://mailchi.mp/epicurean/tpl_easter2022?e=c50f3bc5c4
Pirata serves uncompromisingly Italian tastes based on fresh ingredients and simple recipes brought to perfection. The restaurant’s affordable Easter Brunch is ideal for a low-key and high-quality Easter Sunday with the famiglia. Mains include lamb shank, Mediterranean sea bass, and black truffle tagliatelle (all served with a generous portion of Easter baked potatoes), while deserts delight with all-time classics such as semifreddo and tiramisu. Check out the whole menu here!
Across Hong Kong, between 15 and 18 April, Black Sheep Restaurants are putting on a feast for Easter lovers. Artemis & Apollo are serving an impressive and time-honored Greek ritual of sharing food with friends and family. They serve a decadent menu, including roasted lamb shoulder with lemon and herb baby potatoes and green beans with feta and garlic. At Crown Super Deluxe, watch the drama unfold at the teppan grill, where chefs serve Saikyo miso cod, spiny lobster with coral butter, fruit tomato, and mizuna salad. Or head to Buenos Aires Polo Club for French toast with a crispy wood-smoked bacon rub, grain-fed wet-aged black Angus beef from open-range farms in the Midwest, and market salad followed by crêpes flambé with dulce de leche, orange and vanilla ice cream.
Artemis & Apollo, GF 9&11, Moon St, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Crown Super Deluxe, Mezzanine, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham St, Central, Hong Kong
Buenos Aires Polo Club, 7th Floor, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
This Easter weekend, the Hari has egg-citing feasts and special cocktails in Lucciola and The Lounge to celebrate the important cultural and religious holiday. The Easter brunch includes an array of your favorite Italian delicacies, including the freshest oysters, delicious sharing platters, pasta such as homemade braised beef cheek ravioli with wild roast mushroom, antipasto, and yummy desserts including the traditional Italian Easter cake. Try the Alice in Wonderland-inspired cocktail, the white rabbit, for some added fun. The Lounge has a plethora of light bites and an extensive cocktail menu. Each child will receive a surprise gift to add a little extra fun to their Easter holiday.
Lucciola and The Lounge, The Hari, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, www.thehari.com
Bedu is a cozy Middle Eastern-inspired restaurant and bar that showcases traditional Bedouin food cooked by nomadic wanderers. Recipes and the introduction of rich herbs and spices have been passed down from generation to generation. The menu this Easter is a delicious feast made for sharing with mezze to start with crispy chickpeas, smokey hummus, garlic za'atar labneh, and the fragrant mint and tomato salad. Main courses include the slow-cooked glazed lamb rack with pistachios, apricots, and dates or the salmon tarator served with tahini yogurt. Finish off with their yummy carrot cake topped with caramel. Choose from eat-in or takeaway!
Bedu, 40 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong, https://www.bedurestaurant.com/
Hutong is never far away from the world’s best restaurant lists; it’s famed for its atmospheric 28th-floor décor, sensational harbor views, and tantalizing northern Chinese menu. This Easter, guests can enjoy early and non-stop brunches. Why not share their seasonal seafood platter with whole Boston lobster, South African abalone, Hokkaido scallop, and razor clams? They are also putting on a traditional Chinese flour doll workshop on 17 and 18 April. Guest DJ Helen Ting is in-house on 16 April for some toe-tapping tunes. Take some time to explore; it's truly captivating with the decor inspired by ancient Chinese alleyways and furnished with antique metal-studded doors, delicate birdcages, and old rickshaws. The red paper lanterns and lycee packets provide pops of color in the dark and moody restaurant. Hutong is hugely fun, and it feels like you've stepped into an old kung fu movie set.
Hutong, H Zentre, 18/F, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, https://hutong.com.hk/
Holt's Café is one of Hong Kong's favorite tea restaurants celebrating the traditional Cha Chaan Teng culture. The parlor serves up comforting and homely local and international cuisine and traditional luxury, and rare teas in the Tea Conservatory. Their Easter brunch menu is full of the finest high tea-inspired goodies. Their signature seafood platter has half a Boston lobster and oysters, followed by delicious small plates including deviled eggs with black truffle, savory hot cross buns with bacon and cheddar, and cured salmon on melba toast. You can choose from one of their main courses, including roast rack of lamb with sautéed ratte potatoes, french beans, glazed carrots, or crab cake benedict with wilted spinach and salmon roe. Delicious Easter-inspired desserts complete your feast.
Holt's Café, Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, https://www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/hong-kong/dining/holts-cafe
Simon Rogan's Michelin-starred restaurants will deliver an Easter feast directly to your home. A unique collaboration between Roganic Hong Kong and Estro delivers the first-of-its-kind meal kit. Roganic Hong Kong's General Manager and Master Sommelier, Pierre Brunelli, has paired some wines to enhance your Easter meal. The menu includes homemade fettuccine with Japanese rapini, aged fish sauce, grey mullet bottarga, and three yellow chicken breasts with asparagus and creamed morel. Dessert comprises out-of-this-world chocolate truffle with caramelized yogurt and hay. The menu is easily reheated, creatively plated, and enjoyed in the comforts of your own home; follow the instruction cards and a step-by-step video.
Simon Rogan at Home x Estro, Roganic, Shop UG08, Sino Plaza, 255 - 257 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, https://www.simonroganathome.com/
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