Haven’t got around to making a Mother’s Day booking yet? We’ve got you covered for the upcoming Mother’s Day weekend (11–12 May) with six fantastic menus to choose from below, from bubbly brunches by the harbour to the best dinner degustations in town.


Seaside buffet at Harbourside

When: 11–12 May

Price: Lunch priced at HK$998 with free-flowing Champagne, wine & beer; HK$898 with free-flowing juice and soft drinks; HK$628 per child (ages 3–11) with free-flowing juice and soft drinks. Dinner priced at HK$798 and HK$898 per adult, HK$558 and HK$628 per child, for 1st and 2nd seating, respectively.

Brunch is always better when paired with a side of ocean views: InterContinental’s flagship seaside restaurant provides just that paired with one of the best hotel buffet spreads this side of the harbour. Toast a glass of bubbly Perrier-Joüet Champagne to kick off the festivities, followed by a wide assortment of fresh sashimi and seafood on ice, including unlimited premium lobster. Get delightfully tipsy at the Bloody Mary Bar while snacking on charcuterie and artisanal cheeses from France and Italy. À la minute action stations feature Asian and international dishes including truffle pasta, pan-seared duck foie gras, Peking duck, Tomahawk steak, tandoori snapper and honey-glazed ham. Finally, satisfy your sweet tooth with the chocolate fountain and fluffy Belgian waffles with assorted French pastries. As a special gift, all mothers will receive a special Chantecaille Rose de Mai Signature Skincare Discovery Kit and HK$100 gift certificate.

Harbourside, InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 2313 2323


An elegant affair at Aulis

When: 12 May

Price: HK$1,480 per person

For an elegant Mother’s Day affair, look no further than Simon Rogan’s Aulis, which has captivated the attention of foodies (and earned the LSA stamp of approval) with its intricately composed and artfully plated farm-to-table fare featuring ingredients from Rogan’s own farm in the UK. The spectacular dinner tasting menu is composed of no less than 18 courses: highlights include the pumpkin, nashi pear and bay leaf bites to tease the palate, followed by the luscious sea urchin custard with caviar, 5-flavoured cod paired with Westcombe cheese, and duck with sweetcorn and baby leeks. Dessert is a special treat at Aulis with irresistible bites such as caramelised apple tarte tatin and homemade doughnuts. 

Aulis Hong Kong, Shop 8, Upper Ground Floor, Sino Plaza, 255 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2817 8383


Bubbly brunch at Popinjays

When: 12 May

Price: HK$698 per person

The Murray, Hong Kong delights with a full range of delicious treats and activities to enjoy this Mother’s Day. For a stunning view of the cityscape combined with masterful European dishes, head to Popinjays atop the hotel for their bubbly five-course brunch. Chef de Cuisine Didier Quennouelle has designed the menu which kicks off with the restaurant’s signature 65-degree slow-cooked farm egg, followed by a sumptuous roasted king pigeon drizzled in jus. Guests can opt for unlimited bubbly for HK$290 extra per person, while mum will receive a floral surprise and enjoy a free set lunch on a return visit (minimum four persons) within the month of May.

Popinjays, The Murray, Hong Kong, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Admiralty, Hong Kong, +852 3141 8888


Morton’s surf-and-turf lunch

When: 12 May

Price: HK$588 per person

Beloved steakhouse Morton’s opens this Sunday for a special 3-course Mother’s Day celebration catering to all steak and seafood lovers. Although meats reign supreme here, Morton’s seafood offerings shouldn’t be overlooked; luckily, the Mother’s day lunch brings together the best of both surf and turf. Start the celebrations with an array of appetisers, including the seasonal strawberry, arugula and goat cheese salad, a cup of creamy lobster bisque, and the renowned shrimp cocktail and jump lump crab cakes. After slurping down some fresh oysters, guests can dig into a tender 6oz center-cut filet mignon, a 10oz prime New York medallion (plus HK$98) or a 16oz prime ribeye (plus HK$98). Other options include king salmon and short rib bolognese, while dessert rounds out with hot chocolate cake or the legendary sundae for two. Chase it all down with the Mother’s Day limited edition cocktail: The Violet Blush (HK$150) with raspberry liqueur, pomegranate syrup, lemon juice, egg white and flower garnish.

Morton’s, 4/F, The Sheraton Hotel Hong Kong, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 2732 2343


Chinese fine dining at Moon Lok Restaurant

When: 11–13 May

Price: From HK$1,280 for 2-person menu to HK$9,980 for 12-course menu designed for 12 guests

If Chinese flavours are more up mum’s alley, newly opened Moon Lok has just the menu to satisfy, with classic Cantonese-style dishes prepared by celebrated chef Hui Mei Tak. Located in Xiqu Centre, the new Chinese opera hub in West Kowloon Cultural District, Moon Lok celebrates elegant Chinese fine dining in a theatrical space, with new celebratory set menus available for the duration of Mother’s Day weekend. Be the first in to sample delicacies such as stewed Oma abalone in oyster sauce and baked crab meat stuffed in crab shell, deep-fried Bombay duck fish with spiced salt, and bean curd rolls stuffed with shredded radish. Celebratory dinners include auspicious dishes such as ‘Longevity Noodles’ with conpoy; while dim sum treats are also available during the Mother’s Day brunch offering. 

Moon Lok Chinese Restaurant, Unit 2-4, 1/F, Xiqu Centre, 88 Austin Road West, West Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 3622 1449


Silverbox brunch at Hotel Icon

When: 12 May

Price: HK$568 per adult and HK$388 per child (ages 3–11)

For something out of the ordinary, Hotel Icon is opening the doors to their grand Silverbox Ballroom for a special brunch extravaganza happening this Sunday. Set in the dazzling ballroom replete with celebratory decorations, mums (and families) can enjoy a mouthwatering brunch buffet spread with highlights including Alaskan king crab leg, crayfish and fresh blue mussels, sashimi, French duck liver terrine, and Chinese-style braised giant garoupa. Live carving stations feature roasted beef rib eye and sumptuous whole suckling pig; while the dessert table includes pastry chef Danny Ho’s bird’s nest creations for a special skin rejuvenating boost for stressed-out mothers. In addition to interactive games such as tic-tac-toe and arts and crafts for the kids, the guest of honour will be treated to a Lo Hong Ka cash voucher, travel skincare set from Swissline (valued at HK$685), and a voucher to enjoy a Swissline Aroma Hydrating Facial Treatment (valued at HK$1,300).

Hotel Icon, G/F, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong, +852 3400 1318

Leslie Yeh
Editor in Chief
Having worked as a lifestyle editor for almost 10 years, Leslie is thrilled to be writing about the topic she loves most: wining and dining. When she's not out pounding the pavement for the latest new restaurant opening or tracking food trends, Leslie can be found at home whipping up a plate of rigatoni vodka and binge-watching Netflix with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc in hand.