May 3, 2024

【Mother’s Day Feast 2024】Recommended 10 Must-Visit Restaurants! Rose-shaped Chinese delicacies/Taste high-quality Wagyu beef/Enjoy unlimited fresh oysters.

Mother’s Day is coming in a few weeks! In addition to preparing surprise gifts and bouquets for mom, how can we miss a rich and delicious Mother’s Day themed feast? Here are 10 selected restaurants with holiday themed food, including Chinese dishes, Japanese cuisine, Spanish and Italian flavors. Get ready for Mother’s Day now!


ICHU, a popular Peruvian-Japanese restaurant and bar in Central, is offering a limited edition Mamacita brunch on Mother’s Day, starting from HK$599 (non-alcoholic free-flow option). Indulge in a range of exquisite dishes that blend Peruvian and Japanese flavors, featuring highlights such as octopus and fresh scallops, spicy salmon sashimi, grilled salmon, tender and juicy Argentine Angus sirloin, and flame-grilled octopus.

The Mother’s Day brunch also offers Peruvian-style crispy purple sweet potato fries and a refreshing and delicious avocado salad, ending the lavish Mother’s Day brunch feast with a selection of desserts. The non-alcoholic free-flow package for Mamacita brunch is only HK$599, allowing unlimited enjoyment of a variety of refreshing non-alcoholic beverages and juices, with three different alcoholic free-flow packages also available. Mamacita brunch is available on May 12th only, with DJ music provided on-site to create a different atmosphere.

Address: 3/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
Phone: 2477 7717

//Morton’s The Steakhouse//

Morton’s The Steakhouse is offering a Mother’s Day special two-course set menu (HK$728) from May 10th to 12th, featuring premium Japanese Wagyu beef with lobster tail, along with a special Mother’s Day cocktail! The meal starts with a Caesar salad or the classic Morton’s signature iceberg lettuce salad, each bite is fresh and delicious. For the main course, enjoy the tender 4-ounce Japanese A5 Wagyu filet mignon, with melt-in-your-mouth fat, paired with succulent deep-sea lobster tail.

For an additional HK$98, you can add a popular dessert, including a generous portion of carrot cake that emits a natural sweetness after baking, paired with a rich cream cheese frosting on top, making it unforgettable, or you can choose the signature Morton’s classic baked warm heart chocolate cake, adding sweetness to the warm Mother’s Day feast. Morton’s The Steakhouse also thoughtfully offers a Mother’s Day limited edition cocktail Lavender Bouquet (HK$160), based on Hennessy Cognac, paired with Grand Marnier orange liqueur, lemon juice, and lavender syrup, rich orange fragrance mixed with a hint of lavender flower fragrance.

Address: 4th Floor, Sheraton Hotel, 20 Nathan Road, Kowloon
Phone: 2732 2343

//CulinArt 1862//

CulinArt 1862 in Causeway Bay launches a Mother’s Day dinner sharing menu on May 11-12, featuring an unlimited supply of appetizer “Stracciatella Cheese with Peaches”, using “Hong Kong Original Honey” lychee honey to enhance the elegant aroma of the cheese.

The evening market sharing menu also includes unlimited servings of various appetizers, such as “Charcoal-Grilled Western Australian Fremantle Octopus”, “Tuna Slices”, and a choice of two main courses, “French Baked Lobster with Rice” or “Australian Wagyu Red House Steak”, which are quite rich.

Address: G/F and 1/F, Hysan Place, 29 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay
Phone: 2884 2603

///A Note//

Brazilian-Japanese restaurant Uma Nota will launch a Mother’s Day brunch on May 12th (HK$420), created by the Brazilian sous chef based on his own childhood memories, including a variety of appetizers such as crab stick with spicy egg yolk avocado roll, Japanese-style mildly spicy sweet and sour fried chicken with sweet chili sauce, and Brazilian-style fried cassava cheese balls with sweet and spicy sauce.

Each person chooses a main course, including the special Gusmi grilled fish with green miso, served with cheese, oil-sealed cherry tomatoes, and Argentine green sauce; or the endlessly fresh Brazilian-style seafood rice, made with whole tiger prawns, octopus, and mussels, served with yuzu citrus hollandaise sauce cooked with Brazilian rice, allowing the grains to absorb the essence of seafood. As for dessert, taking inspiration from tiramisu, the Coconut Pavé is made by layering overlapping ladyfinger biscuits and condensed milk, sprinkled with refreshing tropical fruits such as pineapple, mango, and passion fruit, creating a delightful sweet and sour taste.

Address: Shop C, G/F, 38 Peel Street, Soho, Central
Phone: 2889 7576

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  • //LucAle//

    LucAle, a popular Italian restaurant, will be offering a special Mother’s Day brunch on May 12th (HK$458), where you can enjoy a variety of classic Italian dishes. Each mother will receive a complimentary rose! The menu includes 24-month aged Parma ham with burrata cheese, Pizzetta, seasonal salads, and exquisite desserts. The brunch also includes a two-hour free-flow option with a selection of alcoholic beverages such as sparkling wine, red and white wines, Peroni beer, as well as cocktails like Aperol Spritz and Italian bitter with Sprite.

    In addition, you can also add LucAle’s signature main dishes, including the newly launched Milanese-style breaded pork chop (HK$348), with a juicy pork chop dipped in breadcrumbs, fried to a golden brown, and served with special pickled lemon and fresh Italian tomatoes, bringing a sweet and sour taste; homemade slow-cooked meat sauce with Italian pappardelle pasta (HK$188), using homemade wide Italian noodles paired with a meat sauce made from slow-cooked 48-hour beef short ribs, rich in meat flavor, and sprinkled with Parmesan cheese on top for added flavor.

    Address: Shop A, 100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun, Western District
    Phone: 3611 1842


    Located in the heart of Wan Chai, flagship restaurant Pirata is launching a Mother’s Day brunch menu (HK$398), featuring a variety of selected appetizers including bagged cheese salad with Sicilian tomatoes, Italian seared tuna slices, simple baked layered eggplant, and Italian meatballs.

    For the main course, you can choose from a variety of classic Italian dishes such as red wine lamb ragu with pappardelle, white wine clam linguine, baked meat sauce lasagna, and after the meal, you can also enjoy exquisite desserts such as classic tiramisu, strawberry white chocolate mousse, or refreshing ricotta panna cotta.

    Address: 30th Floor, 239 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai
    Phone: 2887 0270

    //Eighth Street//

    Calle Ocho brings a Spanish-inspired Mother’s Day brunch menu (HK$368), starting with shared appetizers like tomato toast and Spanish chorizo potato cubes, followed by tuna salad and crispy Iberico ham croquettes. The delicious Spanish baked rice, perfect for sharing between 2-3 people, includes options like rich squid ink risotto, red pepper asparagus Spanish baked rice, or Spanish seafood baked rice topped with prawns, clams, and mussels.

    More exquisite main course options include truffle potato with runny egg and specialty grilled squid, while dessert choices include mom’s cheesecake or classic Spanish churros with chocolate sauce, bringing sweet flavors to mom.

    Address: Shop K, G/F and 1/F, Fashion Walk, 8 Kingston Street, Causeway Bay
    Phone: 2638 8895


    Honjokko, which specializes in Japanese cuisine, launched a Mother’s Day limited brunch set menu (HK$598) with four dishes on Mother’s Day. The appetizers include sesame spinach, Japanese fried tofu, and a tuna tartare topped with salmon roe and avocado mousse.

    Don’t miss the sushi and sashimi platter, including the signature smoked taro sea urchin roll, and for an additional HK$70, you can enjoy unlimited fresh oysters. The three main courses include luxurious grilled lobster with Inaniwa udon, assorted vegetable tempura, and grilled miso Chilean sea bass. Finally, end with a white chocolate lava cake with chocolate chips and mixed berries.

    Address: 2/F, The Sixteenth, Hoi Fung Building, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay
    Phone: 2788 1996


    JUNO Italian Restaurant in Sheung Wan will launch a “Six-course Mother’s Day Brunch Tasting Menu” on May 11 and 12 (HK$498 per person, minimum of two persons). The menu includes 4 appetizers for sharing, such as “Scallop Slices with Blood Orange Jelly,” using fresh and fragrant blood oranges to enhance the sweetness of the scallop sashimi, while “Duck Liver Pate with Black Truffle” is delicate in texture, served with homemade toast, as well as “48-month Iberico Ham with Rosemary Bread” and “Chickpea Puree with Pita Bread.”

    The main course options include “Italian spaghetti with garlic sauce and burrata cheese”, “Rolled lamb shoulder”, “Black truffle beef cheek pumpkin risotto”, and “Seafood casserole Spanish short noodles” (minimum of two people, additional HK$80 per person); for dessert, you can choose “Tiramisu” or “Italian cherry cheesecake”.

    Address: G/F, 88 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan
    Phone: 2703 5188

    //Tang Shu Chinesology//

    Central Chinese restaurant “Tang Shu Chinesology” will launch a limited-time menu “The World Says. Zhenxin” from May 4th to 12th (HK$1,180 per person for lunch / HK$1,488 per person for dinner, minimum of four people). Both menus start with the exquisite “Squid Rose”, using beetroot to dress up the tender squid in a new and colorful outfit, and then skillfully shaping it into a rose.

    The lunch menu also includes a trio of snacks, including “Yellow Wine Chicken Xiao Long Bao,” “Sakura Shrimp Dumplings,” and “Chuan Xiong Shrimp Dumplings”; the seafood highlights of the main dishes are “Baked Lobster with Oil and Salt,” “Private Kitchen Braised Abalone with Boneless Chicken Feet,” “Crispy Pan-Fried Giant Grouper,” and “Dried Shrimp and Jade Ice Cooked Sea Cucumber”; there is also the “Rose-Scented Smoked Crispy Chicken,” filled with crispy layers. The dinner menu features a beauty soup “20-Year-Old New Hui Chenpi Fish Maw and Fritillaria Soup,” and main dishes include “Steamed Lobster with Coconut Milk,” “Original Braised Abalone with Dried Oysters,” “Qilin Fish,” and the latest delicacy “Eight Treasure Stuffed Goose Wings,” bringing various flavors to mothers.

    Address: Shop 3101-3107, 3/F, International Finance Centre, 1 Harbour View Street, Central
    Phone: 6809 2299

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