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By The Loop HK Staff | March 29th, 2021

Whether you want a staycation a deux, a massive family feast, or something in between, Hong Kong has plenty to offer this Easter! Here, we’ve rounded up some of the top things to see, eat, and do in the city this Easter.

What to Do

Perfect for a little Easter retreat, the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong has launched Staycation by M.O. Priced from $2,780, guests will enjoy a sumptuous guest room, $1,000 or $1,200 dining or spa credit (depending on room category), a complimentary upgrade, daily breakfast for two adults and one child, and a host of children’s activities like a chocolate hunt and towel and balloon art. Adults will also enjoy curated experiences such as a hotel history tour or wine appreciation class.

basehall easter

Tucked into the basement of Jardine House, BaseHall will hold an Easter Saturday Family Day on April 3, from 12pm-3pm. Families can drop in to enjoy an Easter-themed balloon artist, an Easter Egg Hunt, and freshly baked hot cross buns from Young Masters Ale at Pub 1842.

What to Buy

Feather & Bone is ready to meet all your gourmet needs this Easter! The butcher and deli has everything from tender lamb and ready-to-grill BBQ packs, along with luxurious L’Atelier du Chocolat’s Easter Eggs that are perfect for gifting. The ones to get though, are Chef Mick’s classic Hot Cross Buns ($20 for 1/$68 for 4/$100 for 6), delicious, fluffy, lightly spiced morsels of goodness that are best enjoyed warm!


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At the Island Shangri-La Hong Kong, Island Gourmet and Executive Pâtissier  Julien Gourmelon has created an ingenious range of Japanese-inspired Easter chocolates. You’ll find characters like Chocolate Samurai and Geisha ($588), a Sumo Bunny ($488), and even two exceptional Ikebana Easter Eggs ($588/$388). All the chocolates are made from premium Valrhona chocolate.

Where to Eat

brick lane easter

BRICK LANE is inviting diners to celebrate Easter as a family with an exclusive kids’ menu that includes buy-one-get-one-free set meals and an exclusive kids’ corner at their Admiralty restaurant! Use the promo code “bricklaneeaster21”

lobster shack facade

Neighborhood seafood joint Lobster Shack is offering a special three-course menu over Easter weekend, from April 2-6. Of course, the mean is filled with lobster!

baan thai mango sticky rice

Take a trip to Thailand this Easter with Baan Thai! At its two locations, the restaurant will serve up a lunch and dinner Easter menu filled with delicious Thai delights!

katsumoto sando bar

Treat yourself to an indulgent Sando at the newly-opened Katsumoto Sando Bar on Hollywood Road. An offshoot of the original Sai Ying Pun location, the new spot specializes in—obviously—great Sandos and craft cocktails.

prohibition burger

American-style steakhouse Prohibition Grillhouse & Cocktail Bar is bringing all the freshness of spring to its Easter Special Menu. From April 2-6, enjoy a four-course set lunch menu ($528) that celebrates the best produce of the season. For seasonal a la carte dishes, the restaurant is debuting a Milk Fed Baby Lamb ($4,900 for half/$9,800 for whole); Roasted Bone-In Lamb Leg 1.2kgs ($1,280); and a Lamb Burger ($238).

la vie en rose afternoon tea at cafe claudel

As part of Tai Kwun’s “In Bloom” celebration of Spring, Café Claudel will be offering a delightful La Vie en Rose Tea Set ($128pp) from April. The exclusive Spring-themed tea celebrates the season with Rosebud Tea, a Rose Iced Nougat dessert, and more. And, guests have the option to upgrade their tea with a cheeky glass of Paul Mas Domaine D’Astruc for just $30!

VEDA, the innovative vego restaurant at Ovolo Central, is celebrating Easter and Spring with a High Chai afternoon tea ($450 for 2) in collaboration with L’Oreal Paris. The “Holiday in Paris” tea—available March 26-April 3—transports diners to the City of Lights with a series of sweet and savory treats that blend French flair and Indian flavors—think soft ginger chocolate pudding, mustard seed financiers, and organic tomato and watermelon gazpacho. Guests can upgrade their tea with a glass of G.H. Mumm Champagne ($50) and the first 40 guests will take home a L’Oreal Paris makeup kit.