Easter Feast­ers – Hong Kong’s best fes­tive brunch spots

HK Magazine - - SPOTLIGHT -

This Easter, don’t fuss about where the next egg hunt will be or how to get your post-Lent choco­late fix. Leave it to Aberdeen Street So­cial to treat you and the kids with an in­dul­gent spread of Bri­tish fa­vorites. This com­ing Easter week­end (March 25-28), adults can choose from eggs Bene­dict ($138), lob­ster Bene­dict ($288) or the spe­cial brunch steak with fried eggs and roasted toma­toes ($218).

Kids can sam­ple the So­cial’s spe­cially made Easter float mock­tails, cre­ated by in­no­va­tive bar man­ager Au­drey Esche­mann. As a base, kids can choose from Coca-Cola, ice cream or lemon­ade and top it with a spe­cial choco­late egg and bunny. Of course, no Bri­tish meal would be com­plete with­out a warm serv­ing of sticky tof­fee pud­ding and ice cream ($98). Who­ever said that the Brits don’t know a thing about good food?

Dud­dell’s is also of­fer­ing a top-notch se­lec­tion of Can­tonese dishes dur­ing the Easter week­end. Fill your boots with an un­lim­ited se­lec­tion of dim sum and other Can­tonese fa­vorites from 11:30am-3:30pm and top it off with a glass of Veuve Clic­quot or one of Dud­dell’s sea­sonal crafted cock­tails: The Jack Jazz Rab­bit fea­tures a mix of fresh car­rots, green ap­ple juice and Żubrówka vodka, while the That’s What She Said is a saucy com­bi­na­tion of fruity Char­treuse, el­der­flower and berries topped with sparkling wine.

For only $480 per head or $250 for un­der 10-year-olds, you’ll be able to stuff your­self silly with un­lim­ited food and non-al­co­holic drinks.

208 Due­cento Otto is also of­fer­ing an Easter week­end buf­fet spe­cial for $388 per per­son. Among Chef Michael Bo­lam’s cre­ations are a slow roast leg of lamb with duck fat pota­toes, lin­guine with prawns, mus­sels and clams, and more. Brunch-go­ers can pay an ad­di­tional $180 and en­joy un­lim­ited drinks un­til 3pm. Let’s not for­get Otto’s home­made Easter eggs and hot cross buns—how else will you get your sweet fix this Easter?


Brunch steak at Aberdeen Street So­cial

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