Where to go for Brunch this Easter

Kick off the long Easter weekend with a bountiful brunch

Treat yourself to a leisurely brunch for Easter, it is a long weekend after all. In Hong Kong, we have endless brunch possibilities and this Easter holiday, they range from the more traditional servings of roast lamb with all the trimmings to fresh seafood feasts, indulgent Italian meals and much more. To help you decide, we’ve picked out our favourite spots with plenty of options to try.

If brunch isn’t what you’re after, find out where else to eat in Hong Kong this April.

The best brunch spots to go to this Easter weekend

Roganic x Estro Brunch at home

In an exciting culinary collaboration between Roganic and Estro, the popular Simon Rogan at Home meal kit is available one last time this Easter weekend with a menu that includes eight items, all pre-prepared by Roganic and Estro for easy reheating and plating at home. Simply follow the instruction cards and step-by-step video and enjoy dishes such as confit potato with smoked eel, buttermilk and dill; homemade fettuccine with Japanese rapini, aged fish sauce, and grey mullet bottarga; Three yellow chicken breast with asparagus and creamed morel; and Neapolitan pastiera (a traditional Neapolitan Easter cake) among other dishes. Order your Easter brunch meal kit via simonroganathome.com and pick it up at Roganic. There’s also an optional wine pairing add-on available.

Roganic, UG/F 08, Sino Plaza, 255 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay; +852-2817 8383


Head to the 49th floor of The Upper House and enjoy a great view of Hong Kong coupled with Easter brunch at Salisterra. Made for sharing, the Mediterranean inspired restaurant – with new executive chef Cary Docherty in tow – is offering a roast set on Easter weekend that features a roast rack of lamb with crispy potatoes and spiced couscous. The set also comes with two starters and two desserts. You may also opt for free-flow Mimosas and Kir Royale or top up the meal with bubbles, rosé and house wine.

Salisterra, Level 49, The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty; +852 3968 1106

Osteria Marzia

The new pescatarian tasting menu at Osteria Marzia makes for an ideal Easter brunch and is a lighter way to indulge in this holiday. The six-course menu showcases bright and flavourful ocean fare including hamachi, tomato date and Taggiasca olive; scallop with asparagus tartare; homemade spaghetti with Bronte pistachio and Sicilian anchovy sauce; and an aromatic Cernia grouper dish with potato and sun-dried tomato. Not forgetting dessert, the Italian seaside meal is finished with a Sorrento lemon sorbet and their signature Baba Al Rum with limoncello Chantilly.

Osteria Marzia, The Fleming, 41 Fleming Road, Wan Chai; +852 3607 2253


The sky-high venue is putting out a spread filled with international delights on Easter Sunday. Highlights include fresh sashimi, a raclette station, Polish white borscht soup and, from Ozone’s recently revamped menu, roasted tom yum cod, and casarecce king crab aglio e olio among other items. An Easter dessert platter will be served along with waffles and pancakes to complete the brunch. Children are also invited and can enjoy face and hand painting as well as an Easter egg hunt after their meal. Meanwhile, hardworking parents can enjoy two hours of free-flow with Veuve Clicquot champagne and more.

Ozone, 118/F, ICC, The Ritz-Carlton, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 2263 2270

La Favorita

La Favorita is offering an Easter menu filled with crowd-pleasing Italian dishes including a creamy burrata classica, crispy seafood fritto, slow-roasted lamb leg, and a rich, fragrant cheese wheel al tartufo which is served from the wheel to your table for theatrical effect. The Easter brunch will finish with a dessert platter that showcases traditional Italian treats such as tiramisu, traditional colomba (Italian Easter cake), uova di cioccolato ripiene (filled chocolate eggs), fruits and sorbetti.

La Favorita, The Sixteenth, 2/F, Oxford House, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay; +852 2788 1993


For the long Easter weekend, Fumi is offering a brunch that spotlights premium Japanese ingredients including A4 Miyazaki beef and snow crab legs. Each and every bruncher can enjoy one order of deluxe A4 Miyazaki beef on top of the unlimited supply of appetisers, cold dishes, sashimi, sushi rolls, tempura, grilled items and more. Free-flow options including sake, prosecco and beer are also available.

Fumi, 6/F California Tower, 30-36 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central; +852 2328 3302

Asaya Kitchen

The Rosewood’s health-conscious Mediterranean restaurant Asaya Kitchen has a special Easter set menu that includes an array of seafood dishes such as Hokkaido scallop with Ossetra caviar, strascinati with swordfish, and Spanish seabass confit. To end brunch on a slightly sweet note, Asaya will also serve a rice Easter cake featuring a passion fruit “gelato” with candied cedar.

Asaya Kitchen, 6/F Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 3891 8732

Sunset Grill

Get away from the city centre for brunch at Sheraton Tung Chung’s rooftop restaurant Sunset Grill. The Champagne brunch features an unlimited seafood selection with Fine de Claire No.4 oysters, Norwegian snow crab, Boston lobster and more along with a variety of cold cuts, cheese, and antipasti. There is also a choice of main dishes including pork chop with truffle mashed potato, cod a la Llauna, confit artichoke or USA Black Label Wagyu hanging tender to share. If you have room for dessert, the Japanese cheesecake, churros and fruit platter will seal the deal. A two-hour free-flow option with house wine and beer, or Veuve Cliquot champagne is available.

Sunset Grill, 19/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel, 9 Yi Tung Road, Tung Chung; +852 2535 0025

The Lounge at JW Marriott Hotel

The Champagne brunch at The Lounge in JW Marriott Hotel makes Easter Sunday celebrations an easy decision. What with seafood favourites including Boston lobster, king crab leg, caviar and sashimi as well as Iberico ham, oyster Florentine, pan-fried duck foie gras, ribeye steak and New Zealand lamb rack at the carving station to sample. 

The Lounge, Lobby Level, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway; +852 2810 8366

Source: Prestige Online

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