Everything Easter… & A Whole Lot Of Chocolate
What are you doing/eating this Easter? From total blow out brunches, to small indulgences, we’ve got three suggestions.
CIOCCOLATO BRUNCH AT 208 DUECENTO OTTO
This 8 year old Italian favourite isn’t just offering its popular buffet brunch across the whole four-day weekend, they’re sprucing it up to be chocolate centric. On offer? A number of cocoa concoctions from Head Chef Zeno Bevilacqua as well as some spring lamb.
It’s priced as per normal, but with the addition of a chocolate fountain for dipping fruits and other sweet beauties into, as well as other delights.
The Bambino Playroom curated by Maggie & Rose, will also be open all weekend, allowing grown ups to linger while the little ones play.
From HKD$218 +10% for adults, HKD$118 +10% children under 12.
208, 208 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan
GETTING EGGSCELLENT AT 22 SHIPS
Enjoy Spring specials all weekend, including Chef Aaron Gillespie’s delicious ‘Easter Egg’ made with hot and cold chocolate, salted caramel and fennel seeds.
For HKD$29, they’re the perfect sweet ending when *technically* you’re too full, but could fit something in.
22 Ships, 22 Ships Street, Wan Chai
F-EASTER AT COMMISSARY
Off the back of Commissary’s sold out Thanksgiving and Christmas feasts, Commissary will again host a spread of epic proportions on Easter Sunday (April 21st).
Featuring a variety of American favourites like mac and cheese, smoked meats, house made sweets and more, multiple helpings come highly encouraged. The little ones can seek out eggs hidden throughout the restaurant and outdoor garden (HKD$398 + 10% SC). Free flow wines, beer, iced tea & prosecco for HKD$238).
11am – 1pm or 1.30pm – 3pm | ticketflap.com/feasteratcommissary
Commissary, Shop 405, 4/F Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty