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Hop to These Easter Specials

The upcoming long Easter weekend calls for a special celebration, from chocolate eggs to spiced hot cross buns and everything in between—and we’ve found all the goodies for you.

By Amber Lai
April 4, 2022


Photo: The Peninsula Boutique

Treat yourself to an exquisite assortment of foiled Easter eggs from The Peninsula Boutique that come filled in nine different velvety praline and chocolate combinations. The Egg Crate is an Easter special that comes as small individual cakes or a whole cake in the shape of eggs in a nest, complete with an almond dacquoise base, topped with strawberry jam and acacia honey, soft-set strawberry jelly and a 40% milk chocolate mousse. The boutique takes it one step further to welcome in spring by honouring honey in a range of limited-edition confections and a honey-themed afternoon tea set. Savour the sweet nectar as chunks of honeycomb complement its signature scones and sweeten an iced passion fruit Oolong tea for a light and refreshing treat.
The Peninsula Boutique, The Peninsula Arcade, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 2696 6969



Photo: W Hotel

Those looking for an extra special Easter, one supplied with an endless flow of bubbles and bites, should look no further than the W Hotel and its two feasts. Pick between the east-meets-west brunch or afternoon tea buffet and delight yourself in the likes of snow crab legs, a roasted beef medallion, an Easter egg tiramisu and many more. A range of new luxury cakes and cocktail shaker sets are available to take away if you want to continue the festivities at home.
W Hotel, 1 Austin Road West Kowloon Station, Kowloon; +852 3717 2222



Photo: Ritz Carlton

Spend your Easter weekend indulging in the most prestigious international delicacies with views over the entire city at Ritz Carlton, including the freshest Japanese seafood, 30 month Iberico ham and even a live Raclette station. Face painting and Easter egg hunts are ready to keep children happy as you raise a flute, or two, of Veuve Clicquot champagne. Curated just for the holiday are themed confections like a crackable praline chocolate egg or caramel apple yoghurt mousse cakes decorated with spring flower petals.
Ritz Carlton, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon; +852 2263 2263 



Photo: The Murray

Popinjays at The Murray is the perfect backdrop for a memorable celebration with its impressive spanning terrace offering a brunch with exclusive specials. Suited for the occasion are eggs topped with caviar, a lamb carving, a live raclette cheese station and festive desserts. Book into the hotel’s staycation over the weekend to enjoy an Easter hunt and a picnic afternoon tea packed with art supplies for the little ones.
Popinjays, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central; +852 3141 8888



Photo: Mandarin Oriental

Revving up the celebrations is an abundance of Easter-themed activities and decadent feasts that are sure to impress any guest at Mandarin Oriental. A traditional roast dinner with all the trimmings ladens the table for Easter Sunday starting with a befitting egg dish and an additional champagne package for those looking for a little extra luxury. Its afternoon tea and celebrated cake shop get a seasonal makeover to offer delicate desserts and chocolate eggs to take home for a loved one.
Mandarin Oriental, 5 Connaught Road Central; +852 2522 0111



Photo: Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum & Mason has a tantalising collection of gourmet gifts that encompass British traditions with a flair of royalty. An impressive hand-painted bunny milk chocolate egg and hand-moulded Belgian chocolate bunny are gifts that will never be forgotten. The hot cross bun shortbread is sure to create feelings of nostalgia in the form of a unique confectionary.
Fortnum & Mason, Shop 022, G/F, K11 Atelier, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 3916 8100



Photo: Feather and Bone

Bringing British roots to the city is Feather & Bone with its anticipated hot cross buns and imported chocolates to suit the occasion. Available for pre-order as just one, four or a pack of six is its secret recipe bun that is gently spiced and dotted with dried fruits and raisins. Head to its Lee Garden Two restaurant for a sumptuous Easter Sunday roast with a showstopping 21 day dry-aged Wagyu rump along with shared starters, all the traditional sides and a dessert to finish the feast off.
Feather and Bone, multiple locations



Photo: Pirata

Pirata’s many venues have become a hub for dining experiences that cover all bases with a welcoming buzz. Joining the ranks of each restaurants’ signature dishes are an array of Easter specials from the likes of an Italian colomba cake, a chilli chocolate mousse and an Easter box stuffed to the brim with cocoa-based desserts. Take part in its Easter egg hunt from April 15th till 18th to try and win a seven-kilogram golden chocolate egg.
Pirata, multiple locations



Photo: Bakehouse

You’ll be lucky to come across Bakehouse with no queue around the block but hopefully, there will be enough treats for everyone with its third location recently having opened in Tsim Sha Tsui. One treat in particular will be calling you in over the Easter period—its spiced rum and raisin hot cross bun glazed with a zesty syrup that is available until April 18th. If you’re lucky you might be there just at the right time as a tray of still-warm sourdough egg tarts is placed right beneath your eyes.
Bakehouse, multiple locations



Photo: JW Marriott

Take the troubles away from organising your own egg hunt by treating your family to an Easter getaway at JW Marriott. Check into your connecting rooms before snuggling into a bathrobe and feasting on the food platter that will delight all tastes, then take part in the in-room egg hunt, complete with soft serve and cookies. The weekend away will be one to remember as it finishes with a lavish breakfast buffet at the JW Café.
JW Marriot, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty; +852 2810 8366



Photo: Conspiracy Chocolate

Support artisanal chocolatiers that specialise in bean-to-bar chocolate with the adorable carton of six chocolate eggs crafted by Conspiracy Chocolate. Made in Hong Kong, this special treat has two flavours to tantalise your tastebuds over the confection-filled holiday. Each eggshell is made out of its signature 75% perfect dark chocolate with a dulce de leche lining or a surprise matcha and raspberry truffle sat inside.
Conspiracy Chocolate, available online