Indulge in an Easter extravaganza with our Easter brunch list. Expect Easter favorites like lamb, spring chicken, eggs and an abundance of chocolate, not to mention Easter egg hunts for the little ones. Here's your full list for boozy brunches, feeding frenzies and kid-friendly options.
What's Hoppinin' At the Hotels
An Easter Carnival at Arte Cafe
Head to the Jumeirah hotel for a family brunch at Arte Cafe featuring a variety of selections from live wonton making, seafood bars and BBQ steaks, plus juices and desserts. There will also be plenty of activites for the family from egg painting and hunting to clown performances and Lego fun. RMB258/adult (plus 16 percent surchrage), half price for kids between 1.2-1.4m and free for those below 1.2m.
11.30am-2.30pm, April 16. See listing for Arte Cafe.
Easter fun at Cachet at The Langham
This Easter Brunch features a lavish spread of International dishes and interactive cooking stations, plus egg painting and egg hunting activities. RMB348 for brunch only, RMB480 for brunch with free-flow local beer, juice, soft drinks, coffee and tea or RMB688 with Champagne, house wine and the previously mentioned beverages. Prices subject to 16.6-percent surcharge.
See listing for Cachet.
Cafe Li Brasserie Easter Brunch
Held at the Radisson Blu's Cafe Li Brasserie, enjoy this Easter brunch featuring seafood, global cuisine and delicious desserts with free-flow wine, beer, juice and soft drinks, plus an egg hunt. RMB358/adults, RMB150/children plus 15-percent. Children under one meter are free.
12-3pm, April 16. See listing for Cafe Li Brasserie.
Taste the Fresh Bloom of Springtime at the Cathay Room
An abundance of Easter treats at the Cathay Room will be featured for Easter brunch. The feast includes the option of a boozy brunch with free-flow Laurent-Perrier Brut, imported red and white wines, beer and soft drinks for RMB798 or a non-alcoholic brunch for RMB598 per person. Both exclude a 15-percent service charge.
Fancy Eastery Sunday Brunch at Casalingo, Shanghai Marriot Hotel Pudong East
Spoil yourself with this over-the-top experience featuring both sweet and savory indulgences. Starting from RMB358/person (plus 15-percent surcharge), this BBQ brunch features beef, lamb chops, seafood and more, set in the charming Casalingo garden. A special Italian section features homemade pasta, freshly-baked pizza and more, all from the heart of Italy. There will be an Egg hunting competition where participants can win a two nights stay at the JW Marriot Hotel Zhejiang Anji.
11.30am-2.30pm, April 16. See listing for Casalingo.
Two Types of Brunch at Mandarin Oriental Pudong
Mandarin Oriental is offering two different types of Easter brunches for the whole family to indulge in. At Zest, sit in the outdoor garden enjoying global cuisine, sweets and traditional Easter treats for RMB468 person, plus 15-percent surcharge. Or head to Fifty 8° Grill for a four-course Easter feast featuring BBQ Australian meats for RMB438/person, plust 15-percent surcharge.
Easter brunch at InterContinental Shanghai NECC
A spectacular brunch buffet is served at Five Live All Day Dining. Expect homemade Easter eggs, chocolate treats and more. Kids will be entertained in the brand-new kid's corner from Holland and can meet the Easter bunny, join in an egg hunt, get their faces painted and take home balloon animals. RMB358 per person includes juices and soft drinks or add on RMB100 for free-flow select wine and local beer or RMB200 for an unlimited serving of select wine, local beer and champagne. They also offer a Family Package for RMB750, which caters to two adults and one child. For another RMB100 an additional child with height above 1.4 meters can tag along.
Easter Sunday Brunch at Jade on 36
The Shangri-La hotel hosts a magical Easter brunch at Jade on 36 with Chef Jeremy's delicious roasted lamb taking the spotlight. RMB488 for brunch includes free-flow of soft drinks, while a boozy brunch with free-flow of wines and beers costs RMB688. Kids aged 6-12 enjoy the buffet for RMB244. Expect baskets filled with Easter sweet treats, a chocolate egg treasure hunt and a lot more fun for the little ones.
Enjoy an Easter Bunnies Brunch at The Kerry Hotel
Easter fun for the whole family is to be had at The Kerry. There will be an egg hunt and face painting at the hotel, plus 'The Tale of Three Chocolate Easter Bunnies' play in the hotel lobby at 2pm, both April 15-16. Along with that, The COOK is doing an Easter brunch buffet with face painting and egg painting for RMB368/adult, RMB194 children including soft drinks and juice (plus 16-percent surcharge). At The MEAT, get a steak brunch with a top quality semi-buffet and fresh seafood and dessert bar. There will also be free-flow beer and wine and juices and soft drinks for RMB428/adult, RMB214/children, plus 16-percent surcharge. Lastly, The BREW will also be doing a 'Bounce with the Bunnies' brunch - featuring a bouncy castle and lego-building activity). Price is RMB238/adult, RMB119/children and includes one pint of beer for the adults and juice and soft drinks for the kids, plust 16-percent.
An Alice and Wonderland Easter at Le Bistrot
This Easter, step inside Le Bistrot to see it transformed into Alice's wonderland. The brunch includes fine food, fun activites for the kids and of course, bubbly! RMB468/person for soft drinks, RMB538/person includes beer and wine, RMB658/person includes Brut Champagne and RMB698/person include Rose Champagne. Early bookings 48 hours in advance get a 15-percent discount.
12-3pm, April 16. See listing for Le Bistrot.
Wonderland at Marriott Cafe at Tomorrow Square JW Marriott
Hop to the Marriott Cafe for a festive Sunday brunch, including a fun-filled day of egg painting and a kids' corner with chocolate bunnies for the kiddos to take home. RMB288/children, RMB388/person or RMB558/person with free-flow champagne, plus 15-percent service charge.
12-3pm, April 16. See listing for Marriott Cafe.
A lavish Easter Sunday brunch at ON56 at the Grand Hyatt Shanghai
Head over to the Grand Hyatt's ON56 for a lavish Easter brunch priced at RMB688 net. This brunch includes free-flow Mumm Champagne and is complimentary for children under 12 years old (one child per adult). The brunch starts with signature dishes from Kobachi, Cucina and The Grill, offering delicacies from a seafood bar with salmon, prawns and oysters to healthy salads. The dessert section at the Patio rocks Easter with Easter carrot cupcakes, hot cross buns and more. There are also fun Easter activities like an egg hunt and egg painting.
Easter at JW Marriott Shanghai Changfeng Park/Cafe.
Indulge in this award-winning buffet at the Park Cafe restaurant, which features an international buffet of seafood (French oysters, Alaskan king crab...), Thai favorites and traditional Easter indulgences to include a blueberry chesecake, chocolate fondue and a DIY ice cream bar. There will also be egg paintings and huntings for the kids.Price is RMB328/person with 15-percent surcharge.
11.30am-3.3pm, April 16. See listing for JW Marriott Shanghai Changfeng Park Cafe.
PHÉNIX at The Puli Easter Brunch buffet
This scrumptious selection offers a-la-carte options featuring dishes such as a three eggs omelet with Yunnan black truffle, hazelnut and burnt butter or buttermilk pancakes with caramelized bananas and maple syrup. Cocktails and spiked shakes are available too, or choose a 'brunch set': Phenix brunch (RMB488), free-flow champagne brunch (RMB698) or free-flow rose brunch (RMB798).
11.30am-2.30pm. See listing for Phenix.
Easter Brunch at Scena at The Ritz-Carlton Shanghai, Pudong
Dine in at The Ritz-Carlton's Scena for an Easter brunch sure to boggle the mind. Start with a glass of Valdobbiadene Prosecco before diving into 'lamb Scottadito-style', a traditional Italian recipe. The Easter buffet also includes beef rib eye, turkey, suckling pig and roasted salmon, plus plenty of pastries, Easter tarts, hot cross buns and even an Easter chocolate candy bar. RMB528 person and add on RMB158 for free-flow Prosecco, white and red wine, soft drinks, coffee, tea and juice, plus 15-percent.
12-2.30pm, April 16. See event listing. See listing for Scena.
An Easter show at VIE buffet at Sofitel Sheshan
This Easter-themed event features egg-painting, an abundance of tasty treats and even a clown show. RMB398 (net) includes juice and soft drinks, RMB598 (net) includes champagne, red and white wine, draft beer, soft drinks, cocktails and fresh juice. Half price for those between 1.2-1.5m or free for those below 1.2 m.
11.30am-3pm, April 16. See listing for Sofitel Sheshan.
Tops and Terrace Easter Brunch
Twelve at Hengshan's Easter brunch features a family-inspired lunch buffet, plus egg treasure hunt, DIY donuts and a clown. Join for a fun-filled afternoon Easter family party, from RMB388/adult or RMB298 kids 3-12.
12-3pm. See listing for Tops & Terrace.
Champagne brunch at the Waldorf Astoria on the Bund
Feel as glamorous as Blair Waldorf in Gossip Girl with the Easter Champagne Brunch at the Grand Brasserie at the Waldorf Astoria on the Bund. The spectacular buffet features traditional Easter favorites and while adults enjoy the champagne, the little ones can go on an egg hunt. The champagne brunch costs RMB888 for adults and RMB328 for children aged 6-12 years (+15 percent surcharge).
A colorful Easter at The Stage at The Westin
Spend the afternoon sipping Veuve Clicquot Champagne and indulging in your favorite holiday foods to include hot cross buns and chocolates. The Easter bunny will also be visiting and there will be egg hunts and prizes to win. Throughout the afternoon live performances will also be held. RMB798 for free-flow Veuve Clicquot champagne, RMB688 without free-flow Veuve Clicquot and RMB368 children 4-12.
April 16. See listing for The Stage.
Brunch and Bubbles at Xuan Bar at the Andaz
Having just launched it's Brunch and Bubbles, now is the perfect opportunity to celebrate Easter in style. For the holiday weekend, there will also be a kid's Easter brunch too. The brunch features eggs as an essential part of the menu, along with class apps and a selection of six mains to choose from, such as veal saltimbocca or the Xuan bar beef burger. Starting from RMB198, add an additional RMB200 for free-flow Perrier Jouet Grand Brut Champagne, plus 15-percent surcharge.
See listing for Xuan Bar.
Easter Celebrations at Yi Café
A feast for the eyes - and a delicious one at that. Expect a sumptuous showcase of gourmet seafood and meats, live cooking and mouthwatering desserts. The little ones can decorate eggs, get their faces painted and there will be interactive performances. The brunch including free-flow of wines, beers, soft drinks and juices is RMB528++ and RMB264++ for kids aged 6-12.
Get Your Eggs Out on the Town
Four-Course Feast at 10 Corso Como
This family-friendly brunch features four courses, plus a kids area with tons of entertaning activities. RMB368/person, tack on RMB158 for free-flow Prosecco. An Italian pasta menu will be available for the kids for RMB68.
11.30am-2.30pm, April 15-16. Kids activities Sunday only. See listing for 10 Corso Como.
Easter Sunday Carvery at Glo London
Tuck into an Easter foodie-fest when the chef prepares roast beef, pork and lamb chops for you and your friends. All accompanied by yummy vegetables, potatoes and the traditional Easter trimmings. Two courses set you back RMB168 and kids can look forward to a small gift.
Easter Sunday brunch at Käfer by The Binjiang One
Käfer by The Binjiang One is a family friendly, Bund-view venue for your Easter brunch. The German establishment hosts a brunch with Easter favorites like eggs, Easter bread, lamb and other European culinary delights. The brunch includes free-flow house wine, Prosecco, soft drinks, coffee and tea and costs RMB458 per person.
Hot Cross Buns and More at M on the Bund
M's a-la-carte brunch list is endless. Start with selections like a 'Salad for Spring' or 'Terrine de Campagne' followed by staples like 'M's weekend fry-up' to fish and chips, or 'Middle Eastern Mezze' . Then end with a rich dessert such as 'M's very famous Pavlova', ice cream or a cheese plate. RMB268 for two courses and a cocktail plus endless tea or coffee, or three courses for RMB298 with the same drink deal. Plus 10-percent.
See listing for M on the Bund.
Easter brunch at Maya
Celebrate Easter with a Mexican vibe at Maya. The festive brunch sets you back RMB175 and starts with an appetizer buffet, gives you a choice of main courses and concludes with a dessert buffet. The buffet features dishes like chorizo and potato taquitos with chipotle cream and MAYA tres leches cake and strawberry champagne gelle. Fans of boozy brunches can take advantage of free-flow sparkling wine and mimosas for RMB150 per person, classic margarita for RMB165 or free-flow sangria and Sol beer for RMB125.
A German Easter fest at Paulaner at Expo
Enjoy an all-you-can-eat German Easter BBQ buffet at this renovated former distillery with a spacious beer garden. Barbecued delicacies will be prepared at live stations. The fest includes one free drink (soft drink, juice, coffee or tea) and lttle ones up to the age of three eat free of charge. Kids aged 4-10 feast for RMB78 while adults enjoy the BBQ buffet for RMB238.
Sasha's Easter Brunch
Choose between Sasha's classic brunch for RMB198 or a deluxe brunch for RMB298. Kids can enjoy the buffet at a 50 percent discount and will be entertained with an Easter egg hunt, an Easter Bunny and games. Word goes they even have a bouncy castle for the Easter weekend. Fingers crossed for sunny skies to enjoy the feast in their large alfresco garden.
Additional Easter Feasts and Events
A German Easter fest at the Binjiang Paulaner
Fancy an a-la-carte menu with a view of the historic Bund? Head over to Paulaner in Pudong for an Easter get-together with Bavarian Easter favorites like juicy lamb leg and baked spring chicken. Relax and enjoy your Easter Sunday while the kids are entertained with funny Easter activities.
Easter concert at Glam
Glam presents an Easter concert by The Anemoi Trio. The trio is named after the Greek Gods of Wind and performs together since August 2013. The popular Wind Trio performs music from Mozart, Telemann, Shostakovich and Fats Waller to name a few.
Afternoon tea at the Peacock Alley
Fancy something a bit... fancy? Peacock Alley serves you a delicious Easter Afternoon Tea at Salon de Ville and Peacock Alley. RMB688 for two people or RMB388 per person excluding 15-percent service charge. Munch on finger sandwiches, sweet pastries, light crusty scones and special Easter chocolate treats.
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