Celebrate Easter at home this year with the people who matter most: family.

Easter approaches this weekend, and it is a good excuse for you to throw a little something for yourself, family members as well as the little ones at home. Whether it’s painting easter eggs or cooking a feast of bread, stews and pies for the stay-at-home festivity, there is plenty to do to keep yourself active and positive throughout your days being homebound.

Since Easter is a celebration of hope and renewal, it is also a good time to reflect on the little blessings we receive every day. In the spirit of sharing hope and light this Easter, local restaurants and cafes are pulling together their resources to help you have a memorable celebration at home.

If you’re not planning to switch on the oven or cook, stow those pots and pans aside and order in instead. 

Feature image: The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur

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Celebrate the spirit of Easter at home with The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur who has rolled out its Easter Brunch Box and Limited Edition Chocolate Easter Eggs specially for the holy week. Whether it’s a home delivery or a thoughtful gift to friends and loved ones, enjoy The Brasserie’s signature focaccia bread, homemade Tagliatelle and Beef Short Ribs Rendang Tok with Basmati Rice together with the hotel’s signature cocktails. Top it off with the beautiful Easter eggs filled with mini 66 percent chocolate ganache eggs, praline feuilletine, chocolate eggs and sugar eggs.

Orders start April 8, 2020 (1-2 days advance order required)

Limited Edition Chocolate Easter Eggs
RM168+ / 24-hour advance order required
Easter Brunch Box
RM398+ / 48-hour advance order required
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Kenny Hills Bakers

You don’t want to miss out on getting yourself some fresh hot cross buns that’s available only during Easter week. Perfect as an afternoon snack or even with a filling of choice, Kenny Hills Bakers (KHB) will be making theirs with lots of raisins and extra spice. Make it a complete meal with KHB’s Stay Home Sets available exclusively for its flagship Bukit Tunku outlet. Choose from wood-fired roast chicken, lamb stew pasta as well as the lemon and herb baked salmon with spaghettini alfredo — each set is perfect for three to five pax.

Hot Cross Buns
RM7 per bun (minimum 5 per order)
Stay Home Sets
RM129+ onwards
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Nero Nero DC Mall

Celebrate Easter the Italian way with a wide selection of dishes prepared by Chef Giuseppe Lioce. Available for takeaway or delivery, you and your family are in for a treat with a wholesome spread (suggested for four pax) comprising everything from starters, salad, pasta dishes, a main dish and dessert. Enjoy all-time favourites like focaccia bread, spinach and ricotta Easter pie, beef lasagna, home-made orecchiette (seen in photo) with slow-cooked lamb rags, as well as sweet Easter treats by pastry chef Giordano.

Family Easter Lunch (4 pax)
Additional pax
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Lisette's Cafe & Bakery

Being homebound doesn’t mean you cannot have a little picnic celebration at home in conjunction with the Easter weekend. Have the Lisette’s Easter Picnic Brunch delivered to your doorstep as you surprise your family with a set of freshly baked pastries, hot cross buns, a salad and a whole pie. The picnic set that’s good for four persons also comes with a complimentary basket from Nala Designs.

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Easter Picnic Brunch
RM180 nett
Ben’s Bake Shop by BIG

In conjunction with Easter Sunday this weekend, Ben’s Bake Shop by BIG at Publika, Plaza Batai and The LINC will be taking pre-orders for hot cross buns in time for the stay-at-home Easter festivities. You can also get yours from Plan B in Public and Midvalley or Bistro Benji’s at Bangsar Village. Otherwise, simply order them from Grabfood. Don’t miss out on this delicious treat because it will not be Easter without some delicately spiced sweet hot cross buns.

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Martin Teo
Content Editor
Martin loves traveling the world to see ancient ruins and classical architecture. He enjoys the culinary experience of various cities but (still) refuses to eat anything insect-like. On a daily basis, he finds time hitting the gym to compensate for the amount of food he needs to eat just to write an article.