6 family lunch experiences to try out this Easter

Celebrate the Easter long weekend with the family at one of the city’s many festive brunches. Here we have selected six lunch options for a wholesome family experience

Fortnum and Mason

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Fortnum’s make Easter special for the kids this year will an Easter Children Afternoon Tea at its restaurant 181.

181 Fortnum and Mason puts on a special Easter feast for the little ones with a menu that includes carrot cake with cream cheese frosting, decorated with a bunny chocolate piece, strawberry pate de fruit, vanilla cake pop, and coconut nest with Easter eggs. The delicious range of delicacies will surely get the Easter party started for children from 3 to 11 years old.

Cost: HK$288 per guest

When: April 14 – 18

Where: K11 Musea


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Enjoy a family Easter Weekend Brunch during the long weekend at Salisterra, on Level 49 at The Upper House. With epic city views, guests can partake in an Easter roast set that is perfect for sharing. The main event is the roast rack of lamb with crispy FOMO potatoes and spiced couscous, along with two starters and two desserts from the brunch menu. Free-flow Mimosas and Kir Royale, HK$180 extra per person. Bubbles, rosé and house wine free flow, HK$350 per person. 

Cost: HK$1,188 per set

When: April 15 – 18, noon to 2.30pm

Where: Level 49, The Upper House, Admiralty

La Rambla

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For an excellent family feast on Easter Sunday, popular Spanish Catalan restaurant La Rambla has added some festive items for the kids to their famous brunch.

Catalan classics are on the menu such as the truffle bikini and croquetas de jamón, made to order paellas, and an Easter Carving station on the terrace which features dry aged bone-in US prime rib and La Rambla’s signature Segovian style roasted suckling pig. Seafood delights such as the avocado lobster roll, and the lubina a la sal are available as add-ons to the brunch package. Chef Rafa has added some of his favourite dessert for the kids, which includes a special Easter hot chocolate.

The is a free flow package of gin and tonic, and bubbles starting from HK$450 per person extra.

Cost: HK$780 per adult, HK$390 for children under 12, children under seven year old eat for free.

When: April 17, 11.30am to 2.30pm 

Where: Level 3, IFC

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Kitchen at W Hong Kong

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The popular Sunday brunch at Kitchen at W Hong Kong features flavours from the land and sea over the  Easter weekend.

With an endless parade of seafood on platter like sake-poached abalone, snow crab legs, lemongrass-marinated mussels and more. Awaken your taste buds with a tantalizing medley of sharing starters such as 52 months La Prudencia Ibérico ham and Champeliere pâté and pan-fried duck foie gras tartine, as well as Asian delights platter of roasted duck crepe roll and a scrumptious dim sum selection. For mains, a gastronomic journey of East-meets-West dishes include char siu lamb rack, tandoori spring chicken, roasted beef medallion amongst other mouthwatering options. Lobster lovers can opt for the signature lobster thermidor with sambal cheese for an additional charge. Pair your favorite cuisine with limitless VCP bubbles and tipples for a blast of taste.

Sweeten up your Easter celebration with a sharing plate of creamy Easter egg tiramisu, dark chocolate durian napoleon, mini bee sting cake, Mövenpick ice cream and more. Don’t forget to strike a pose alongside Kitchen’s iconic golden egg wall as your perfect festive backdrop.

Cost: HK$$829.60 per person 

When: April 15 to 18

Where: W Hotel, Elements


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Popular home-style Italian eatery Pirata, offers an Easter brunch with delicious dishes mamma used to make – and maybe still does. Dishes include truffle Caesar salad, my mamma’s meatloaf, fritto misto, and an Italian cheese and cold cuts platter. An Easter parade with a choice of Pirata’s signature dishes comes next with lamb shank, The Butcher’s Cut, Mediterranean sea bass, homemade black truffle tagliatelle, joined by a season-exclusive pasqualina tart with eggs and spinach in a flaky puff pastry. For dessert, choose from a traditional Italian Easter bread – colomba cake, or chocolate classics such as Il Grande Tiramisu or the semifreddo with crunchy nuts and raspberry coulis.

Cost: HK$398 per person, free-flow HK$198 per person

When: April 15 – 18

Where: 29-30/F, 239 Hennessy Road, Wanchai

Ask for Alonzo 

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Southern Italian eateries Ask for Alonzo offer a range of Easter specials with a free flow deal this Easter weekend.

Whether at their Soho, Tai Hang, Quarry Bay or Happy Valley locations, diners can enjoy dishes such as 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. For kids under 12, there will be an Easter egg hunt and free gelato. For adults, a two hour free flow of house wines, house beers and selected mixed drinks for an additional HK$198 per person. At Happy Valley there will be an egg painting competition hosted by Alonzo himself with a first prize of HK$888 voucher.

Where: Soho, Happy Valley, Tai Hang and Quarry Bay

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