Whether you are 3 years old, 13 years old, or 30 years old, it’s hard not to be excited by an Easter dessert, especially those of the chocolate variety! No matter how you choose to celebrate this internationally recognized holiday, you can’t go wrong with a pastry shaped like a bunny or egg. Here is a round-up of some of the best Easter-themed treats being offered across Hong Kong at the moment, including chocolates, cakes, cookies, and more.
Founded in London in 1875, Charbonnel et Walker is one of the oldest chocolatiers in Britain, renowned for its luxurious dark chocolate and chocolate truffles. Few brands can boast having been patroned by Princess Diana. Their special Easter holiday offerings include a mini egg adaptation of their best-selling truffle flavours, including the Pink Marc de Champagne (HK$328) with hints of strawberry and the Easter Bunny Mini Eggs (HK$248), and the Peter Rabbit Top and Tail Milk Chocolates (HK$188). If you’re looking for something to gift, their handmade boxes are hard to beat. Available in-store at Landmark Alexandra and in their online store.
Shop 104, 1/F, Alexandra House, 18 Chater Road, Central | +852 9303 6782
The team behind the sustainable bakery by day and natural wine bar by night, The Baker & The Bottleman, is back at it for Easter! They have prepared Easter Hot Cross Buns (HK$350/15pc box) available from now onwards for online order. Their hot cross buns are like a party in your mouth! They’re made with luxurious brioche dough, spiced up with a blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves, and packed full of juicy rum-soaked raisins. The in-bakery takeaway collection is available from April 7 to 10.
Shop No. G14 & G15, G/F, Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Rd E, Wan Chai | +852 2386 8933
At the Rosewood, The Butterfly Patisserie goes all out for Easter, with titbits and extravagant gifts for all price points. Perfect for a first birthday or an extra special celebration, the Luxury Easter Edition Butterfuly Patisserie Afternoon Tea Set (HK$1,288) has Vanilla Chocolate Millefeuille, exclusive edition pastries, and a bottle of Perrier-Jouet Champagne. Or if grandeur and luxury are what you’re after, the Easter Bunny Vanilla Millefeuille (HK$408) is a true show-piece. And finally, for fun nibbles or return gifts, you can’t go wrong with the Easter Lemon Chocolate Bonbon (HK$138). The Butterfly Patisserie’s Easter treats are available for pick-up and delivery from 27 March to 31 July.
Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui | +852 3891 8732
Who says Easter has to be unhealthy? You can continue your lent traditions while enjoying delicious organic, sugar-free, gluten-free, and vegan-friendly cakes made by The Cakery. The Cakery’s Easter treats are perfect for kids and adults alike. Choose from three Easter Egg Cakes (all HK$398) featuring mango, black forest, or strawberries and kiwi, or try the vegan Easter Cake Pops in cute designs like Easter Chick (HK$90), Easter Egg Nest (HK$90), and Easter Bunny (HK$85). For a DIY option, get the Easter DIY Cookie Box (HK$368) filled with egg and dairy-free sugar cookies and Easter-colored sprinkles. These adorable treats are the perfect way to welcome spring!
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The brainchild of a Swiss and Israeli couple with a passion for chocolate, Conspiracy Chocolate combines traditional Swiss chocolate making with Mediterranean spices and herbs. This Easter, they are evoking 90s nostalgia with their box of 6 chocolate eggs (HK$310), packaged in a paper egg carton delicately decorated with holiday plants and animals on a pink background. Four of the eggs are a tribute to Easter memories of classic chocolate eggs, created with their signature 75% dark chocolate and lined with a creamy, vegan dulce de leche, whereas the last two eggs are extra chocolatey, with a secret surprise inside – you’ll have to eat to find out!
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Fortnum & Mason has tons of scrumptious chocolate eggs on offer, including the Little Rainbow Chocolate Eggs (~HK$120) or Nougat Chocolate Easter Eggs (HK$96). If it’s a hamper that you’re after, you know that Fortnum & Mason will be your first and last stop. The Easter Hamper (~HK$1,355) and The Happy Easter Basket (~HK$677) are filled to the brim with delights that you and your family can discover. Of course, it wouldn’t be Easter without chocolate, so you can expect a number of chocolate eggs hidden inside to hunt for! For some in-person festivities, on 25 March to 10 April, there will be a special Easter egg hunt in their K11 Musea store.
Shop 022, G/F, K11 Atelier, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui | +852 3916 8100
It’s Easter eggs galore at The Ritz-Carlton for Easter, and they don’t get cuter than this. With cake-like sizes and adorable design details, the praline eggs created by pastry chef Hugo Li are sure to make both kids and parents excited about the holiday. The Easter Egg & Praline Chocolate (HK$358) is whimsical and delicious, while the Easter Chicken & Praline Chocolate adds a bit of fun to the mix (HK$458). The treats are available for pick-up at the hotel’s Café 103 with two days’ advance online order or for delivery from April 7 to 10.
Café 103, 10/F, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon
With over 140 years of chocolate experience, you know you will get nothing but eggs-cellence from Venchi. On top of their classic chocolate eggs, they’ve introduced the Spring Square Box with Chocoviar (HK$335), which come in a variety of flavours like pistachio, Gianduja, 75% dark chocolate pearls, and caramel. If you are looking for edible props for a game of egg hunting, perhaps the Spring mini book with assorted Chocoviar (HK$245) is the way to go.
Multiple locations across Hong Kong | +852 2337 1380
Dang Wen Li by Dominique Ansel’s Easter collection features Peep-a-Boos (HK$308, available online), chocolate mousse chicks with cookie and chocolate crunch centers nestled in real eggshells. Additionally, the collection available in-store includes traditional Hot Cross Buns (HK$29) made with soft brioche and warm spices and the Green Apple Mochi Bun (HK$28), a soft milk bun filled with apple compote and homemade mochi. Get ready to crack open an eggshell and enjoy the delicious Peep-a-Boos for a fun and unique Easter treat!
Multiple locations across Hong Kong | +852 2613 8618
agnès b. CAFÉ celebrates Easter with a range of French treats, including an Easter Chocolate Drawing Kit (HK$220) in collaboration with local artist Zoie Lam. The kit allows families to create their own Easter Egg designs and is being sold for charity. The Easter Chocolate Egg (HK$280) is filled with mini treats, including milk chocolate with Speculoos praline, waiting to be revealed. The Easter Chocolate Bonbons Gift Box (HK$320) includes 9 chocolate pieces, featuring two-holiday editions with fruit jelly candy toppings. Enjoy a heartwarming Easter with these French delicacies.
Multiple locations across Hong Kong | +852 2342 1077
Hjem, the Nordic cafe in Sheung Wan, is celebrating Easter with their God Påske! Easter Afternoon Tea (HK$528 for two), available throughout 4 to 16 April from 3–6pm. This special set for two includes traditional Nordic dishes like Arctic Prawns and Beetroot & Apple Herring smørrebrød, as well as sweet treats like Orange Chocolate Madeleines and Cinnamon & Cardamom Bun. Guests can also enjoy a seasonal mocktail called Brightside or a boozy Berry Sour. Prices start at HK$528 per pair, and hidden Easter eggs can be exchanged for extra treats. Hjem will be open on Easter Monday for extended festive fun. Come celebrate Easter the Nordic way!
161 Hollywood Road, Hong Kong | +852 2362 9193
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