Now that Hong Kong has reopened its borders and, as of 1 March, dropped its longstanding mask mandate, this Easter holiday is already shaping up to be one to remember. But Pirata Group, the city’s undisputed leader when it comes to memorable dining experiences, is taking things one step further with a variety of egg-citing promotions across all venues. From tandoor towers and unlimited sushi to all-you-can-eat chocolate dessert stations and limited-time Easter brunches where kids eat for free, there’s something for everyone in the family to enjoy before or after partaking in the many kid-friendly activities around town. So, hop to it and start making those Easter memories with Pirata Group’s guide to the best things to see, do and savour this holiday season!
Hong Kong Easter 2023 – Central
Victoria Peak, otherwise known as The Peak, has always been a must-visit Hong Kong destination for its iconic views and historic funicular railway. But after a major upgrade that was completed last year, The Peak Tram now offers an even more exciting and efficient experience with new, larger-capacity green-coloured tramcars and an array of entertainment zones showcasing the area’s intriguing history and wildlife.
Once at The Peak, be sure to check out Monopoly Dreams, the first Monopoly-themed attraction in the world that features an array of AR and other interactive experiences. Then, make your way to Sky Terrace 428, which at 428m above sea level is the highest viewing platform in Hong Kong. From here the whole family will be wowed by 360-degree panoramic views across the city and harbour, which are impressive morning, noon or night!
Once you’ve worked up an appetite, it’s just a quick tram ride back to Central for a special Easter-themed dining experience. Fans of modern Indian cuisine won’t want to miss Chaiwala’s “SomeBunny Feed Me!” brunch feast (HK$388pp, HK$398pp champagne free-flow, HK$198pp classic free-flow) complete with a trio of chaat for sharing, choice of vegetarian or mutton biryani, a tandoor tower and dosas for sharing, and choice of six curries. A children’s menu is also available for HK$50.
For a taste of innovative Japanese and Peruvian fusion food, head a few blocks north to TokyoLima and its adventurous take on “SomeBunny Feed Me!” (HK$398pp, HK$398pp champagne free-flow, HK$198pp classic free-flow). Designed for sharing, the brunch feast begins with a selection of appetisers including causa and ceviche before moving on to the Weeknd Salad, Edamame Hummus and Pop Ki-Mo-Chi, and finishing with a choice of mains such as chicken katsu with aji panca rice or pan-fried mackerel with potato puree and Nikkei escabeche. Both brunch menus are available 7–10 April 2023 and include an extravagant all-you-can-enjoy chocolate buffet – so be sure to leave some room!
Hong Kong Easter 2023 – Sheung Wan
Close to Central but a world unto its own, Sheung Wan is often referred to as the perfect blend of old and new Hong Kong. Its narrow, winding streets are full of hidden gems and family-friendly activities, with one of our favourites being The Upper Loft indoor golf club. Golf enthusiasts and beginners alike can try their luck at more than 200 international courses through several advanced simulators, or practise their distance shots at the driving bays.
If you’re looking for something to do in the great outdoors, Mount Davis offers an easy and interesting hike dotted with relics of the former headquarters of the Western Fire Command during World War II. The 2.5km (one-way) course follows a paved road on the westernmost hill on Hong Kong Island. Finally, and especially for the little ones, there’s the Children’s Playground at the Central and Western District Promenade. The ship-themed play facility sits right on the harbourfront with views across to Kowloon and offers plenty of space to run, climb, slide and explore.
Sheung Wan is also a hotbed of creative cuisine, with three unique Pirata Group outlets. TMK Punk & Rolls is a lively and fun temakeria that swears by the motto of living life the fun way. This Easter, TMK celebrates with an Easter Free-flow Maki Brunch (HK$248pp, HK$150pp extra for 90 min free-flow beer and sake) with four sharing starters, two temakis and a variety of free-flow maki, followed by signature dishes like kimchi pancake and tuna hotdog, and a choice of dessert between Easter monaka or caramel fried banana.
Modern Japanese eatery Honjo, meanwhile, is welcoming guests to a seafood-loaded “SomeBunny Feed Me!” brunch feast (HK$498pp, HK$398pp champagne free-flow, HK$198pp classic free-flow, kids under 12 eat free) complete with an all-you-can-eat chocolate dessert station. Menu highlights include unlimited sushi and sashimi, starters of fried chicken and wagyu, and main courses of tempura, marinated flank steak and salmon teriyaki.
Roasted and grilled meat specialist Meats has also put its own spin on “SomeBunny Feed Me!” (HK$498pp, HK$398pp premium free-flow, HK$220 classic free-flow, kids under 12 eat free) with a range of tempting starters followed by a choice of burger, rotisserie chicken, crispy salmon bowl, USDA prime ribeye, Argentinian grass-fed black Angus Wellington and much more. And not to be forgotten, the all-you-can-enjoy chocolate buffet!
Hong Kong Easter 2023 – Tsim Sha Tsui & West Kowloon
Just a short ride on the Star Ferry or a quick trip on the MTR from Hong Kong Island and you’ll find yourself in the always-buzzing Tsim Sha Tsui commercial and entertainment district or the up-and-coming West Kowloon cultural district. Must-visits on this side of Victoria Harbour include the new M+ Museum showcasing some of the world’s foremost collections of 20th- and 21st-century visual culture. The Herzog & de Meuron-designed building and surrounding outdoor spaces are worth a visit even on their own.
After admiring the architecture, budding builders should definitely check out Legoland Discovery Centre. The ultimate Lego indoor playground is designed for children ages 3-10 and features workshops, play areas and even Hong Kong’s top attractions built out of bricks. Finally, burn off any residual energy at Kids Kids Car indoor electric-vehicle driving playground. The 20,000 sq ft space has three different themed zones where kids can zoom around and even experience various occupations.
Cap off your Kowloon adventures at neighbourhood Italian spot Pici, which from 5–10 April 2023 is offering two limited-time additions to everyone’s favourite pasta bar brunch. The new specials are available all day and include the lavish Truffle Carbonara (HK$190), a tagliatelle with black truffle, guanciale, pecorino and Japanese egg yolk; and the Coppa Malu (HK$140) a velvety mousse dessert for two made with 70% chocolate, whipped cream and almond meringue. The famous, much-loved Italian treats are available all around the city, with more branches in Lai Chi Kok, Sha Tin in the New Territories but also buzzing Causeway Bay, Wan Chai, and Central amongst other prime locations.
Another must-try Italian Easter dining destination for the whole family is The Pizza Project in Central – check out the two limited-time specials: Down the Rabbit Hole (HK$160), a pizza with a red hot chili cheddar stuffed crust, testa di coppa, black garlic pesto and fior di latte; and Bu-Nana (HK$65), a sweet treat consisting of banana and chocolate ganache stuffed gnocco fritto, dusted with icing sugar.
Hong Kong Easter 2023 – Stanley
Tired of the hustle and bustle of the city? Let’s head over to Stanley for a lovely seaside stroll with your little ones. The Stanley Bay promenade is a picturesque boardwalk overlooking all the small boats parked at the bay – this is a scene you can’t find in other parts of Hong Kong. With a backdrop of colonial heritage buildings, lots of locals come here to walk their pets and enjoy a peaceful afternoon.
Looking for a seaside cafe to enjoy the view? Pirata has got you covered! Located on Stanley Main Street, Pane e Latte will celebrate Easter with spring specials across three weekends from 1–16 April. Feast on Bomboloni al Torroncino (HK$48), a nougat cream-filled doughnut covered in chocolate couverture; the Gnocchi di Pasqua (HK$158), a dish featuring spring vegetables, ricotta and poached eggs; and the Easter Egg (HK$78), a sweet treat made with lemon madeleine, strawberry jam and fromage blanc. A giant, eye-catching Easter basket and eggs will also be installed at the bakery for the ultimate holiday experience.
Easter is an incredible time to enjoy Hong Kong’s fine weather, fun attractions and friendly hospitality. Hop over to piratagroup.hk to start planning your mealtime celebrations and make this year’s holiday your most memorable one yet!