Sunday, March 29, 2020



This Easter, Black Sheep Restaurants has a host of feasting options. And for those not going outside, all can be delivered within a 48 hour pre-order a minimum spend of $500 as the Lebanese do and indulge in a week-long Easter feast with family and friends.

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Maison Libanaise, SoHo’s favourite Lebanese canteen, will be serving two traditional dishes in celebration of one of the region’s biggest holidays from 10 to 19 April. Feast on a hearty Lamb Ouzi ($288/serves two), slow-roasted lamb shoulder served with generous lashings of allspice, mint labné and rice ma’alouba.

Typically enjoyed on special occasions and festive times, Maamoul ($38/2PCS) - Lebanese semolina cookies with dates, rose water and pistachios - is a traditional dessert reflecting flavours that have formed part of the cuisine for centuries. Enjoy them both for $318.

Reservations with pre-orders are required to be made 24 hours in advance to ensure you can enjoy your Easter lamb. Lunch reservations and pre-orders can be made here Dinner reservations and pre-orders can be made here Find out more on our Happenings page | Maison Libanaise | @maisonlibanaise 10 Shelley Street, SoHo, Hong Kong | 852 2111 2284

ARTEMIS & APOLLO Souvlaki Sundays | Easter Sunday April 12 

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Following in the Greek tradition of roasting meats on the spit, or souvla, eating lamb on Easter goes back to ancient times for many nations.

This Easter Sunday, Wan Chai’s Athenian taverna for the people will host a special rendition of its convivial Souvlaki Sundays. Family-friendly and open to all, Artemis & Apollo invites you to gather round the table and feast on a menu fit for the Gods ($388 per person). Start with a selection of hot and cold mezze, followed by Spit-roasted Chicken or Lamb served with roasted village vegetables, the vibrant and crowd-pleasing Cypriot Salad and Patatakia - herb-tossed Greek fries. End your Easter Sunday with a little something sweet with an additional slice of Labneh Cheesecake, topped with juicy pomegranate rubies.

Reservations can be made here Find out more on our Happenings page Souvlaki Sundays takes place every Sunday from 12 - 9pm $388 per person | Artemis & Apollo | @artemisandapollohk 9-11 Moon Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong | 2818 8681 


Eat in Hong Kong

Easter in Tuscany is not a short celebration but rather, celebrated over five days. Wan Chai’s soulful Tuscan trattoria is honouring this tradition with a special Sella di Agnello available from 9-13 April. The roasted lamb saddle is seasoned with Dijon mustard, garlic, fennel pollen and rosemary salt & pepper before being filled with a robust spinach & ciabatta mix and rolled in true Florentine fashion with butcher twine. All are invited to join in this Easter feast with friends, family, wine, and joy. Pre-order your Sella di Agnello ($328 per person) by emailing

Find out more on our Happenings page | Associazione Chianti |

No holiday is complete without cake, so this Easter, choose from the classic Carrot Cake ($388) with cream cheese frosting in a basket weave pattern topped with pastel meringues. Or go for an Easter twist on the traditional Triple Chocolate Cake ($588), with a holiday twist, decorated to resemble a nest and eggs. Cakes can be ordered online from Butter or via Black Sheep Restaurants’ premium delivery service, GO.

Celebrate Easter

Easter cakes can be pre-ordered from 30 March with 48 hours advance notice required, available for delivery or pickup from 1 April - 12 April, with free delivery on Hong Kong Island.

Order online or via GO here.
Find out more on our Happenings page | Butter | @buttercakeshophk |+852 2670 2670


Weekend Lunch

Easter food

Go on a culinary journey with the neo-Parisian bistro’s weekend lunch. Spend Easter weekend sampling some of the Michelin-starred restaurant’s signature dishes with a six-course menu ($528 per person plus 10 per cent service charge), including the famous Homemade Naturally Leavened Bread with Salted Normandy Butter, baked in-house daily, and the ‘Saucisson De Bigorre’ to the showstopping Whole Roasted ‘Three Yellow’ Chicken with ‘Petit Pois À La Française’. End the affair with the remarkable Millefeuille - a can't-miss dish from the prestigious kitchen.

The menu at BELON is constantly changing and based on seasonal ingredients.

Saturday & Sunday, from 12-2:30pm 

Bookings can be made here or via

Find out more on our Happenings page


The Polo Brunch | Easter Sunday April 12

Join the handsome Argentinian steakhouse for Easter Sunday, with a full spread of Buenos Aires Polo Club’s lavish feast: The Polo Brunch (starting from $398 per person plus 10 percent service charge).

Explore the assortment of seafood, Iberian cured meats and decadent cheeses in The Bar before moving onto mains, found in the impressive Lounge, housing the egg station and the opulent meat-carving stations with Prime Rib.

However you choose to start your feast, make sure to visit the Club Room for a generous selection of freshly-baked cakes and pastries. Curate your Easter Sunday brunch experience as you move through Buenos Aires Polo Club, sipping on free-flow drinks or signature cocktails to be ordered a la carte.

The Polo Brunch takes place Sundays, from 11am - 3pm

Reservations can be made here Find out more on our Happenings page | BuenosAiresPoloClub | @buenosairespoloclub

7th Floor LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong | 2321 8681 

Niche, thought-provoking and story-driven, Black Sheep Restaurants is a Hong Kong-based hospitality group founded in 2012 by Syed Asim Hussain and Christopher Mark. Together they share decades of experience in hospitality and business development, along with a zest for travel and discovering dining subcultures.

Black Sheep Restaurants curates distinct dining experiences that tell a story about a particular time, place, culture or cuisine while celebrating the bounty of premium ingredients available both locally and from abroad.

Always pushing boundaries, the group continues to expand rapidly within Hong Kong and beyond. In December 2018, Syed Asim Hussain became the world’s youngest restaurateur to hold two Michelin stars when BELON and New Punjab Club were honoured with one Michelin star each.

Both restaurants retained their Michelin stars in the 2019 announcement. New Punjab Club is the world’s only Punjabi restaurant to be awarded a Michelin star.