Why would anyone want to eat bunnies? Well, just think of them as chickens with big ears. Rabbit is a pure white meat that’s very low in fat and sodium and high in protein—making it ideal for diets. Rabbit is neutral-tasting, if a little gamey, and it works well across cuisines.
Welcome the arrival of spring and the Easter bunny with a heartstopping, gut-expanding gluttonous feast—just because you can. Whether you’re in the mood for Italian, Chinese, Norwegian or French, and whether it’s a buffet, a la carte, brunch, or tea you’re after, we’ve got something for everyone in the roundup below.
Offering an array of Italian favorite dishes including Italian cured meats, pan-fried duck liver, roasted suckling pig and more as well as free-flow prosecco or Moet & Chandon champagne, The Mistral is the perfect place to spend Easter Sunday with the kids. Children have their own Easter corner with egg painting and a balloon-twisting activities. From11:30am to 2:30pm, at $568 with prosecco and $768 with Moet and freshly shucked oysters.
Couldn’t book that flight and now you’re stranded in Hong Kong for the holidays? Fret not—there’re plenty of magnanimous feasts to be had in the meantime. Below, our picks for a tummy-filling Easter meal.