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Mother’s Day Dining: Top Menus In Hong Kong

Nest Property

~Never too late to wow your Mum’s socks off!~

It’s still not the year to whisk your mum to an 11th arrondissement, Paris food trip but that doesn’t mean you can’t show your love and appreciation right here in Hong Kong!

We’ve scoured the city for the best dining deals and top Mother’s Day menus for a well deserved treat. Rest assured that there is something in it for ladies of every feather. Nest Property-tested and mom-approved list below:

 

1. Asaya Kitchen

 

Naturalness and simplicity top the peaceful vibes at Asaya Kitchen!

 

Rosewood’s latest urban oasis, Asaya Kitchen, is shaking up the wellness food market with its delectable, conscious servings of light vegetarian and seafood dishes.

If you’re looking for a healthier treat for mum, a five-course lunch here (HK$ 688 p.p.) with its delicious Kristal caviar pairings, lobster bouillabaisse with saffron rouille and baby greens, and mascarpone Chantilly with forest berries could just be the feast she needs to feel like royalty.

 

Asaya Kitchen, 6F, Rosewood Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong; +852 3891 8732

 

2. Chaiwala

 

Spoil your mother with a contemporary Indian cuisine!

 

With vibrant interiors and a bold twist on the classic Indian cuisine, Chaiwala’s Feast For Janani Brunch (HK$ 398 p.p.) is oozing with street food staples- family-style chicken curry, pani puri, Malabar scallops, pink salt salmon and tandoori gobhi (cauliflower).

Unlimited lassi-free flow (sweetened yogurt drink) for the littles and champagne free-flow for adults, if they want to let loose.

Talk about a lavish spread!

 

Chaiwala, B/F, 43-55 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong; +852 2362 8988

 

3. Above & Beyond

What’s the pull here, you ask? Contemporary Cantonese food, stunning views and an exceptional wine list!

 

We’re in love with the sleek floor-to-ceiling, sweeping backdrop of the Hong Kong skyline from here!

An upscale choice for finely executed, modern Canto-classics, mum will love their European spin on dim sum tradition. Whether you go for prix fixe or à la carte, we recommend advance booking and taking the help of their enthusiastic sommeliers to get suitable wine pairings. For food, they really go above and beyond- their iconic eight-course dinner set (HK$ 788 p.p.) with offerings like double-boiled sea whelk soup with French partridge and antler, steamed garoupa fillet with Yunnan ham and mushrooms, and wok-fried prawns with scallops and yellow fungus is nothing short of Michelin standards.

Vegan set lunch can also be ordered.

Above & Beyond, 28F, Hotel Icon, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong; +852 3400 1318

 

4. Four Seasons Hotel

 

 

Scrumptious food, elegant decor and impeccable service – Four Seasons has teamed up with Japanese skincare brand Tatcha to make your Mother’s Day a truly memorable occassion!

What’s on offer here is a fancy afternoon high tea (priced at HK$ 688 p.p.) brimming with scones and clotted cream, akita rice and sakura jelly, uji green tea, azuki bean cake, Okinawan sea salt caramel chocolate crème and a free gift hamper (valued at HK$ 431) by Tatcha. The brand is launching a new range of luxury Dewy Serum infused with Japanese superfoods like green tea and red algae.

Four Seasons, 8 Finance Street Central, Hong Kong; +852 3196 8888

 

5. LucAle

 

Italy’s familial comfort food with a strong focus on natural wines!

 

Chic new cafe at Sai Ying Pun, LucAle, is keeping things casual yet hearty on the Mother’s Day weekend.

Laid-back trattoria cooking ensure flavourful bites and a delicious spread. Renowned chefs Alessandro Angelini and Luca De Berardinis, formerly of the Shangri-La’s Angelini and the Conrad’s Nicholini’s, are stirring up quite a storm here with their homemade pasta, a fine selection of salads and antipasti, and unlimited wine.

Did we say unlimited wine? Mum won’t regret it! 

Shop A, 100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun; facebook.com/lucalehk