Easter Brunch in Hong Kong 2016
Easter is just a week away! And what could be better than wallowing-in on some delicious Easter brunch on Easter Sunday with family and friends… Hong Kong is filled with a bunch of amazing places that serve delectable food and we’ve got 5 of the best restaurants in Hong Kong that’s going to offer exquisite food choices for an ideal Easter brunch in Hong Kong.
Namo is the perfect place to divulge in luxurious food and break your long fast. Namo is a ‘must try’ restaurant with a breathtaking view of the Victorian Harbour in Empire Centre. Namo is known for its consistency in offering their customers flavoursome food. Their food takes Thai food to a whole new level by combining Thai spices with contemporary recipes. The restaurant offers mouth watering Thai-infused cocktails created by resident mixologist. Its interior is warm and family friendly and also perfect for groups and other get together.
Celebrate your Easter brunch at Namo with their unique harbour side view at $98/child and $198/Adult. Their antipasto buffet menu includes fresh salads, grilled specials and cold cuts followed by variety of options in comforting soups. Their main course is to die for. With selections like:
- Iberico pork rib in a mild Northern Thai curry sauce which is so tender that it falls off the bone
- Slow-cooked Duck Leg in Penang curry sauce with Lychees
- Seabass wrapped in Spiced Salmon Mousse In Lemon Leaf Green Curry Foam for seafood lovers
Finish your three course meal with their selection of delightful desserts. Namo’s special Easter Brunch includes a tangy glass of Thai lime soda or ice cold lemongrass ale. But if you’d like to enjoy your Easter brunch with some wine, beer or prosecco, throw in an additional $100 for unlimited drinks of your choice.
If you can’t make it for brunch, Namo has a spectacular 4-course dinner menu at $298/person. Start the 4-course meal with crispy asparagus rolls and tuna tartare with avocado and spicy creamy lime dressing followed by a prawn tom yum soup. For main course there’s flavoursome dishes such as Baked Seabass wrapped in Spiced Salmon Mousse In Lemon Leaf Green Curry Foam, slow-cooked duck leg in Penang curry sauce with lychees, herb crusted and tenderly grilled spring lamb chops with a garlic marinade and roasted Thai eggplant in rosmary pepper sauce or grilled beef tenderloin in green curry. To finish the 4-course meal treat your taste buds with the limited edition mangosteen panna cotta served with fresh mangosteen.
Book your table for Easter brunch and for more information, check out their Facebook page.
Spasso’s Easter Brunch is popular for its distinctive seasonal and regional specialties which include special Easter foods eaten in Liguria, Sardinia, Calabria, Veneto and Lombardy. Spasso offers delicious three and four course meals at reasonable prices starting from $388 per person. The charges may vary depending on the guest’s selection of main course. Free-flow options of drinks are available at an additional $148 for wine, $158 for prosecco and $288 for Veuve Clicquot. Their special Easter Brunch buffet features the Queen of spring – the famous poached Bassano white asparagus from Veneto. And of course Easter meal is incomplete without egg – a traditional symbol of fertility and rebirth. Spasso’s special Easter brunch includes Onsen-style eggs; slow cooked at a low temperature creating the perfectly soft oozing yolk. Sounds amazing, doesn’t it? A perfect way to finish your Easter brunch would be Spasso’s special festive desserts. Their dessert bar includes “Colomba” dove shaped cake, Pastiera Napoletana with orange sauce, chocolate Easter bunnies and assorted chocolate eggs (perfect for the little ones), hot cross buns, chocolate fountain and more. If you have kids, don’t miss out on the fun activity Spasso’s have planned for the little ones on Easter Sunday. You can buy a $1,000 dinning voucher prize up for grabs to engage your kids with other kids in an egg decoration competition.
Their regional dishes include:
- Torta Pasqualina – an Easter tart made with Swiss chard (Liguria),
- Artichoke and ricotta pie (Lazio) – fava bean focaccia (Sardinia)
- Lamb ‘polpettine’ stewed on a rich tomato and fresh thyme sauce (Calabria)
- Sardinian roasted baby goat flavoured with mirto leaves and black olives (Sardinia).
Spasso is a perfect place to indulge is authentic Easter food with your family and friends. Reservations can be made by phone: +(852) 27308027 or online on www.divinogroup.com/restaurants/spasso/reservation/.
If you are crazy about authentic Italian food, there’s no one that comes close to Pirata. Their authentic Italian dishes come at fair prices and great flavours. It’s a no-service charge restaurant that’s committed to delivering classic Italian cuisine to their customers. Their special homemade Easter meal is sure to make your Easter brunch unforgettable. Pirata’s Easter brunch menu will be served over the four-day holiday, 25th to 28th March 2016, between 12 to 2:30 pm.
Pirata’s special Easter brunch starts with lavish antipasto buffet of delightful salads, a variety of cold cuts, beef and lots of Italian cheese that compliments each dish perfectly. You can enjoy Pirata’s luxurious Easter brunch at $298 per person. Pirata’s must-try Easter dish is Chef Stefano Rossi’s fresh from the oven Roasted Suckling Pig served with yummy apple sauce. Its Easter mains include chef’s special Papardelle with Duck Ragu recipe served in a red wine sauce, Tagliatelle with Summer Black Truffle and Eggplant Parmigiana that you just can’t miss.
Free flow drinks are available at $180 wherein guests can choose from Strawberry Peach Bellini’s, Lychee Martinis, wine, prosecco or Asahi all of which goes amazingly with Italian cuisine. There are variety of other cocktail and mocktail based drinks for guests. Some of the best cocktails at Pirata includes Bloody Mary for $75, Negroni $85 and Aperol Spritz $75.
Pirata has a special kids menu on Easter Sunday which includes a choice of M.M.M (My Mamma’s Meatball’s), Fried Mozzarella Sandwich or Tagliatelle with Beef Ragu topped with fresh tomatoes. Plus, pistachio or vanilla to complete their awesome Easter brunch.
WoolooMooloo are famous for their Cow and Crustacean brunch but for Easter brunch in Hong Kong 2016 they are bringing some lamb cameos. Guests are free to indulge in a fun filled meal with two starters, a main and a dessert.
Their rich Easter menu includes; Mini Wellington or Crab Cake, Lobster, Prawn and Scampi Cocktail, Lobster Bisque, the signature Prime Breakfast, Hand-chopped Steak Tartare, Fish Pie, Moules Marinieres, Apple Crumble and a whole lot more for just $398 (+10%) per person. Brunch meals including free-flow juice and sodas can be availed at $498 per person and free-flow prosecco, wines and beers for $598 per person.
A wide selection of lamb items is exclusive for the long weekend. For the kids WoolooMooloo has classic Penne Pasta with Lamb Ragu with a complimentary chocolate Easter egg for a perfect Easter.
Frites is not exactly a place for brunch but we thought you should know about this great venue where families can spend Easter in the best way. It’s Frites’ tradition to make Easter all about family and fun and this year is no different for them. For Easter Sunday on 27th March 2016, Frites restaurant has arranged a fun-filled afternoon with a great lunch menu and a selection of creative activities for everyone. The eventful day would include a magic show by Ciaran Love, an Easter egg hunt, and a surprise visit by a cuddly Easter bunny for the little ones. Adults and kids can order from their respective ala-carte menu with complimentary chocolates for the kids.
The family entertainment and games are free for everyone who books for lunch. So, reserve your table of fun for an eventful Easter Sunday by calling Frites at 2250 5188 or by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
So, what do you think of these places? Where would you like to go for Easter brunch in Hong Kong?