5 restaurants to go to for Mother’s Day

Enjoying good food among family and friends always make for a special occasion. Don’t miss out on these Mother’s Day specials presented by five of Hong Kong’s popular restaurants

Mandarin Oriental

MO Bar Gardener’s Brunch with Chloe. Photo: Mandarin Oriental

As a Mother’s Day exclusive, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental presents a notable collaboration between MO Bar and Chloé. Bringing an idyllic Gardener’s Spring Brunch inspired by the season’s essence, it’s filled with a selection of starters, a choice of main course and a whole spread of desserts. The menu is accompanied by a 90-minutes free flow of Moët & Chandon and bespoke Belvedere cocktails. In addition, as a surprise, all mums will be gifted an elegant fragrance vial by Chloé Atelier des Fleurs.

The brunch is available in two formulas: Vintage Brunch, priced at HKD808, with a 1.5-hour free-flow of seasonal cocktails and Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage; and the Rose Brunch, priced at HKD988, includes a free-flow of Moët & Chandon Rose and an additional selection of classic cocktails.

Where: The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

La Rambla

La Rambla Mother’s Day Brunch. Photo: La Rambla

To show appreciation to all the mums out there, La Rambla is offering a Mother’s Day edition of their famous Sunday brunch. Returning with the flavour of love in their Catalan classics, the brunch is filled with delectable Spanish dishes. From Chistorra and Padron peppers and patatas bravas to Ozaki beef and foie paella, Dry Aged Bone-In US prime rib and La Rambla’s signature Segovian-style roasted suckling pig, you can splurge on tastes with their elaborate brunch buffet.

Seafood delights such as the Avocado Lobster Roll and the Lubina a la Sal are also available as add-ons. Available at HK$780 per person and HK$390 for children under 12; kids under seven eat for free. Mums are sure to appreciate this gourmet gesture of love.

Where: 8 Finance Street, 3071-73 Level 3, IFC mall, Central

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Ask for Alonzo

Deadly Rabbits Concepts has got Mother’s Day covered, with Ask for Alonzo offering a saffron and crab linguine special priced at HK$198. In addition to their comforting Italian classics, a complimentary Mamma Mia Negroni or glass of Prosecco will be served to your table with every order of the linguine special. 

Be warned: mums will be spoiled with unique gifts on May 8th at Ask for Alonzo.

Where: Shop 19, G/F Hang Fung Mansion, 17-19 Wong Nai Chung Road, Happy Valley

The Peninsula Hong Kong

Pan-fried sea bream with braised fennel and orange from The Lobby. Photo: Peninsula

The Peninsula Hong Kong is offering several delightful meal options for Mother’s Day this year. The hotel’s iconic Lobby restaurant presents a four-course menu created by Chef de Cuisine Anton Ho, which will be served exclusively for Mother’s Day on May 8th.

The feast begins with an appetiser of cuttlefish pappardelle, followed by fresh ginseng and silky chicken soup. The main course offers a tempting choice of pan-fried sea bream with braised fennel and orange. Priced at HK$588 per person, this dining experience is ideal for the food adventurous mum.

Where: Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

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Pirata Group

Pirata Group’s Mother’s Day special. Photo: Pirata

Treat your family’s superhero to the fun feast they deserve this Mother’s Day at Pirata Group restaurants. Nine restaurants serve exclusive Mother’s Day brunch menus. These include: Pirata, The Optimist, TokyoLima, Meats, Chaiwala, Honjo, Honjokko, La Favorita and TMK. TokyoLima tells mum to sit back, relax, and enjoy their Mother’s Day cocktail named Trust Me, Mom – with Widges Gin, lavender, lemon and blue pea flower priced at HKD$85.

Honjo on the other hand presents a Mother’s Day sushi platter featuring salmon, hamachi, chu-toro, and sweet prawn, while La Favorita introduces a Grand Dessert Platter (that alone sounds like a winner!).

Where: check out venue locations here

Bonus option: Fortnum & Mason

Sweets and sparkling drinks always drive the meal to a pleasant end. If a decadent multi-courses meal is too much to stomach (pardon the pun!), you can treat your mum to a lavish afternoon tea experience that includes a Fortnum’s English Sparkling Brut Vintage Rosé. Enjoy the splendid views of Victoria Harbour and indulge in delightful patisseries that is offered across three different menus: Afternoon Tea, High Tea and Vegetarian Tea.

Where: K11 Musea, Shop 022, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

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