Easter Feasters – Hong Kong’s best festive brunch spots
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