Where to Celebrate Easter in Beijing

By That's Beijing, April 16, 2019

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Easter Sunday is fast approaching. And you know what that means, right? Brunch. We’ve done the dirty work for you and scouted the best places to brunch in Beijing this holiday, while adding some egg hunts and festive events for good measure.


This year Mosto has decided to celebrate Easter a little differently: They're getting the party started a little early with a "Last Supper" dinner on Thursday featuring family-style Mediterranean-inspired dishes. Seats are limited so be sure to reserve your spot ahead of time! Of course, you can still spend Easter Sunday at Mosto, where they'll have a classic brunch spread full of favorites like blueberry pancakes with crispy bacon and ricotta cheese, juicy Wagyu beef cheeseburger and eggs benedict topped with heavenly béarnaise sauce. Kids will also have the chance to paint eggs during the event.

Thu Apr 18, 7.30pm & Sun Apr 21, 11am; RMB418/person (dinner); Mosto, see event listing.



This year's Caravan's Easter party revolves around the Alice in Wonderland theme. What does Alice in Wonderland have to do with Easter? We don't know exactly, but this is the time to rock some wicked costumes and dance all night to big hits by Stevie Mac and the Mac Daddies.

Sat Apr 20, 9.30pm-1am; RMB50 (presale), RMB70 (door); Caravan, see event listing.


Domain at EAST will host two sessions of their egg decorating workshop (featuring only edible dyes!) on Saturday. There, children will also enjoy complimentary juice and delicious pastries.

Sat Apr 20, 10am-2pm; RMB248/child (includes juice); Domain @ EAST Beijing, see event listing.

Kerry's Kitchen


Kerry's Kitchen is going all out for family-friendly fun this weekend. Celebrate Easter weekend with all of the essentials: a festive brunch buffet featuring oven-roasted lamb and hot cross buns, egg painting, egg hunting and more. Kids can go wild on Sunday with activities such as face painting and cupcake decorating at Kerry Hotel's Egg-citing Easter Party. There will even be arcade machines and dance performances, making this an event the entire family can enjoy.

Sat Apr 20, noon-3pm & Sun Apr 21, 9.30am-5pm; Kerry's Kitchen @ Kerry Hotel Beijing, see event listing.

Village Cafe


This Easter weekend, Opposite House's Village Cafe will be dishing out Easter offerings like roasted lamb shank with sauteed carrots, green peas, peppers and thyme jus and even a moreish dark chocolate mousse with berry compote served in an Easter egg (go see it to believe it).

Sat Apr 20 & Sun Apr 21, 9am-7pm; RMB138/person; Village Cafe @ The Opposite House, see event listing.



Zarah is hosting an all-you-can-eat brunch buffet on Easter Sunday. Be ready for special treats such as deviled eggs, roasted butter carrots and smoked salmon pasta, freshly baked pastry bunnies and of course self-colored Easter eggs. Don’t worry, their popular brunch classics will be on offer as well.

Sun Apr 21, 10am-3pm; RMB198/person (all-you-can-eat), RMB298/person (all-you-can-eat-and-drink); Zarah, see event listing.

New World Bejing Hotel


New World Beijing Hotel invites you to spend a happy Easter with the whole family at their multi-award winning Tian Tan Kitchen, where they're throwing a decadent brunch full of fresh seafood, traditional European Easter dishes, sizzling Asian specialties and divine desserts. When you've finally had your fill, hop over to New World's breathtaking terrace where a whimsical "Easter Bunny’s Garden" will be waiting for the little ones.

Sun Apr 21, noon-3pm; RMB168/person, RMB218 (free-flow wine and beer); Tian Tan Kitchen @ New World Beijing Hotel, see event listing.

NUO Hotel Beijing


NUO Hotel Beijing loves holidays, and Easter gives them the perfect opportunity to create festive chocolate-themed treats and add some springtime fun to their live cooking stations at N’Joy.  Aside from a festive brunch, they'll also have a special Easter-themed afternoon tea in the hotel's Lobby Lounge, as well as delicious Easter-themed desserts at U'Deli to take home.

Sun Apr 21; RMB688/person for brunch (includes free-flow champagne), RMB328/person for afternoon tea (running now through Sun Apr 21); NUO Hotel Beijing, see event listing.

Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center


Kempinski Hotel Beijing will have a plethora of fun events for the holiday weekend, starting with egg-citing packages at Kempi Deli available now through Easter. Stop by Saturday's special Easter brunch at Signature's Restaurant for delectable meat dishes, free-flow drinks, dessert stations and a live DJ. Via Roma will have an Italian-style Easter Sunday buffet for the whole family to enjoy. Kids can also take part in the traditional Easter egg hunt and enjoy the kids playground area.

Sat Apr 20 & Sun Apr 21; Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center, see event listing.


Both Bottega locations have added two new festive items to the menu exclusively for Easter: casatiello, a Neapolitan Easter bread made with Japanese eggs, coppa, ham, salame napoli, prosciutto and mozzarella and a special gin-based drink dubbed Corpse Reviver with lemon juice and absinthe. They'll be available through April 22, so don't miss out!

Through Tue Apr 22; casatiello RMB48/slice (RMB298 for whole); Bottega (Xinyuanli) & Bottega (Nali Patio); see event listing.

Moka Bros

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To celebrate the hoppy holiday, Moka Bros Solana invites families over for an Egg-cellent Easter Egg Decorating Party. Painting pros and first-timers are all welcome. While you get in the Easter egg decorating groove, sip on buy-one-get-one-free smoothies all afternoon!

Sun Apr 21, noon-3pm; Moka Bros (Solana), see event listing.

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