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April 5, 2007

The Bunny Tales

Hey Babs, Three days until Easter and not an egg in sight? No need to split hares! We’ll show you how to get all your eggs in one basket, no matter what your type of bunny, honey.

Bugs Bunny
Haven’t made your Easter reservations yet? What’s up doc?  When carrots alone won’t cut it, gather up your wabbits and head to The Café at the Ritz Carlton (2877 6666, Adult HK$428 / Child HK$248) for a sumptuous brunch featuring a kids corner with treasure hunts, egg painting and cartoon viewings, or The Verandah at the Peninsula Hotel (HK$428 pp) for an indulgent buffet including Easter themed desserts.  If you’re looking for some Parma with your poached eggs, make a reservation at Grissini (2588 1234, Adult HK$680 / Child HK$380) for their Italian Easter Feast. Out like a lamb? The InterContinental restaurants will all be preparing traditional lamb dishes for Easter Sunday. Savor a 3-course lunch including char-grilled Baby “Pascal” Lamb at The Steak House (2313 2323, Adult HK$488 / Child HK$298).
How do you like your eggs: Sunny-Side Up

Playboy Bunny
Paint your eggs with a stroke of sexy chic at Azure (3518 9330, Adult HK$388 / Child HK$188, + HK$100 for activities), which will feature a buffet brunch and a children’s treasure hunt (cue mama’s mimosa moment) within its ultra-stylish salon. Or, leave the herd at home and high tail it to SPOON by Alain Ducasse (2313 2323, HK$518pp) for an indulgent gourmet lunch.
How do you like your eggs: Truffle Infused

Energizer Bunny
It might take more than pancakes to excite your little Roger Rabbit. Put adventure on the menu at Ocean Park (3128 8122), where you can have breakfast with the dolphins at the Ocean Theatre, Explore the Sea Jellies exhibit or help the Sea Lion Keepers in their daily morning routine. Still going? Have your bouncing bunnies hop to the Landmark Mandarin, Easter Sunday Kid Fiesta (2132 0188, 11am – 3:30pm, Child HK$688), where there will be a one-hour Yoga class just for kids, followed by lunch for the whole family at Amber and then a one-hour cooking class on the “Art of Easter Egg Decoration” taught by the Landmark’s executive pastry chefs. Don’t want the fun to end there? Spread the Easter cheer by using the Hong Kong Post’s Bunny Fun and Games Children’s Stamps.
How do you like your eggs: Free-range and Painted

Nesquick Bunny
Say goodbye to your hollow chocolate rabbit. Amber (2132 0188, April 7-9, 12pm-3pm, Adult HK$388 / Child HK$158) will be showcasing a special Easter lunch including an “all around Valrhona” chocolate dessert buffet. Say hello to a “hot chocolate sommelier,” double chocolate brownies, chocolate marshmallows, and three chocolate fountains. Oh, and the lunch includes free flowing bubbly and wine. Um, need we say more? Prefer to skip straight to dessert? Chocoholics unite at The Clipper Lounge (2825 4007, 3-6pm) at the Mandarin Oriental, with a tea-time “Chocolate Indulgence” buffet that even the bunny himself won’t be able to resist, plus a full programme of Easter Egg Treasure Hunts and Egg Painting for the kids. Night owl? Tiffin at the Grand Hyatt (2588 1234, 6 – 9 April, from 8pm, Adult HK$220 / Child HK$148) will host an almost sinful evening dessert buffet all weekend long, showcasing more than 40 European-style Easter desserts.
How do you like your eggs: Chocolate Covered

Easter Bunny
Want to fill your basket with the ultimate gourmet goodies? The Chocolatier at the Grand Hyatt (2588 1234) has a special Easter Hamper featuring chocolate bunnies, cookies, and other sweet treats for HK$600.  And the Mandarin Cake Shop (2825 4008) offers a Gourmet Easter Hamper, featuring chocolates, hot cross buns and their signature Rose petal jam for HK$1088.
How do you like your eggs: Hidden

What are you waiting for? Hop to it!



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