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March 13, 2008

Bunny Got Back

I like big Bunnies and I cannot lie,
Those tails you can’t deny,
When a big ol’ bunny walks in to your place,
Twitchin’ that cute little face,
You get chocolates, little eggs and marshmallows,
It’s better than Christmas fellas,
Soo Bunny, yeah, Bunny, yeah,
Ready for some Easter fun?  Hell yeah!
Turn around, stick it out, all the kids will scream and shout,
Bunny let’s hop!

Shake your fabulous bunny tail to an Easter feast with a view. Enjoy a scrumptious brunch accompanied by vibrant live jazz at Watermark in Hong Kong’s iconic landmark Star Ferry.  Feast on ocean-fresh seafood, meats, paella and carvery, salads, eggs and cheeses. Last but not least, dig in to yummy desserts including cakes, fresh waffles and fruits dipped in the flowing chocolate fountain. (Watermark, Star Ferry, Central Pier 7, 2167 7251, HK$298 Adults/HK$198 Children) Those with an insatiable (bucked) sweet tooth can indulge in the festive confections at Café de Paris Stanley (carrots can get a little dull after a while!). Enjoy a splendid sea view while you savour chocolate delights like Chocolate Hazelunut Pudding with chocolate ice cream, Chocolate Soufflé with vanilla ice-cream and Chocolate Fondue. (2/F, 90 Stanley Main Street, Stanley, 2813 4822)

Spa treatments and sweets, what more could you ask for from the Easter Bunny? Plateau Residential Spa at the Grand Hyatt is introducing two special Easter relaxation packages from 24-28 March. Instant Beauty for Body and Face Renewing includes a 30-minute Fangipani Moisture Scrub and a choice of Carita Facials (2 hours at $1,688). Deep Relaxation for Body and Face includes a 45-minute Plateau Exfoliation, a 60-minute Plateau Massage and a choice of June Jacob Facials (3 hours at $2,288). (11/F, Grand Hyatt, 2584 7688) After your afternoon of pampering, head downstairs to Tiffin for their special evening Easter Dessert Buffet.  Along with its usual waffles, puddings, soufflés and chocolates, the buffet will host Easter favourites including Chocolate Rabbits, Caramel Snow Eggs in Vanilla Custard, Chocolate Bunny Cakes, Eggnog and Coconut Truffles, and Sicilian Black Easter Rice. You may have hopped so high you ended up in heaven! (M/F, Grand Hyatt, 1 Harbour Road, 2584 7822, HK$228 Adults/HK$148 Children)

Over-indulged in every possible type of chocolate in the last few days? Hop on over to Aspasia in The Luxe Manor to rediscover the delights the savoury table has to offer. The restaurant will be showcasing the talents of award winning pizza chef Oriana Tirabassi with a special 4-course tasting menu of hand-made pizzas created with the freshest ingredients and paired with signature wines especially for Easter. Pizza with caviar is served with Moet & Chandon Grand Vintage Champagne, Lobster, Scallops and fresh seasonal vegetables is paired with a Castlefeder White wine, Wagyu beef and Quail with artichokes is matched with a Donnafugata Red and a sweet surprise ending will be served with Zenato Santa Cristina dessert wine. Egg nog is for Santa, our bunny prefers fine wines! (1/F, The Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberly Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 3763 8800, HK$680 pp)

Looking for an egg-cellent selection of Easter treats? Four Seasons is offering Easter Eggs made with the finest chocolate and hand-crafted by Pastry Chefs Gregoire Michaud and Ringo Chan. Designs include traditional Easter motifs such as Easter chicks and bunnies, as well as more contemporary styles that look like works of art (not for your average bunny, honey!). (The Boutique at The Four Seasons, 8 Finance Street, Central, 3196 8690, HK$650 each). The Mandarin Oriental is introducing a line of exclusive Easter eggs by the virtuoso chocolatier, Oriol Balaguer, formerly of Il Bulli and voted “Best Pastry Chef in Spain. We bet your ears perked up when you heard that! (The Mandarin Cake Shop, M/F, 5 Connaught Road, Central, 2522 0111, HK$698+)

So, Bunny if your tail is round,
Go on and bring the baskets down,
It’s Easter, yeah, Easter, yeah,
Time for some treats and eats? Hell yeah!
Turn around, stick it out, all the kids will scream and shout,
Bunny let’s hop!

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