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7 Things you can do in KL for the Easter weekend (or if you don't celebrate): 3 & 4 April

7 Things you can do in KL for the Easter weekend (or if you don't celebrate): 3 & 4 April

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Text: Rachel Au


Whether you celebrate Easter or you don't, this week's BURO Weekend Guide will keep you pretty busy

1. Easter Afternoon Tea

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When: 12pm - 6pm, 3 - 4 April 2021

Where: The Lobby Lounge, The Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur

Price: RM160 for two persons

*Advanced reservations are required

Spend the Easter weekend with friends and/or family with a delectable three-tiered stand of desserts and savouries themed after the occasion. Expect must-haves such as chocolate eggs and freshly-baked hot cross buns. But mostly, expect the cosiest of atmospheres as the backdrop of the lounge will be accompanied by the ritzy tunes of an Aoyama harp by the hotel's resident harpist.

For more information or to make a reservation, WhatsApp +6018 306 3188 or email [email protected]

2. Retox Brunch: Easter Edition

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When/Price:

#EasterFamilyEdition - 12pm - 3pm, 3 April 2021

  • RM228 nett per person
    For food and endless mocktails, soft drinks and selected juices
  • RM348 nett per person
    For food and endless crafted cocktails, house pouring wines and beers

#EasterChampagneEdition - 12pm - 3pm, 3 April 2021

  • RM 288 nett per person
    For food and endless mocktails, soft drinks and selected juices
  • RM468 nett per person
    For food and endless crafted cocktails, house pouring wines and beers

Where: Flock, Level 8, W Kuala Lumpur

*Advanced reservations are required

Trust W Kuala Lumpur to really get into the festive mood, for any festive occasion, and Easter is no exception. Flock will be hosting a two-day Easter weekend fiesta, complete with an extravagant spread of fun brunch favourites, roasted carvings, a lavish seafood selection and of course, an Easter-themed dessert counter. We hear you'll get special treatment if you show up with a quote, "cute lil bonnet".

For more information or to make a reservation, call +6012 347 9088.

3. Easter Day Luncheon

When: 12pm - 3pm, 4 April 2021

Where: Vasco's, Hilton Kuala Lumpur

Price: RM158 nett per adult | RM68 nett per child (aged 5 - 11)

*Advanced reservations are required

The chefs at Vasco's will be preparing an Easter feast with gourmet specialities such as Slow-roasted Victorian Lamb from Australia, Egg Benedict with Smoked Salmon Caviar on Brioche, Mac n’ Cheese Soft Shell Crab Slider and Crispy Wanton Noodle with BBQ Duck. Kids can even enjoy an Easter egg hunt as well as egg-painting (so the adults can focus on eating and relaxing for an afternoon).

For more information or to make a reservation, call +603 2264 2264 or visit www.eatdrinkhilton.com.

4. Crack a limited edition chocolate Easter egg

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When: Till 4 April 2021

Where: The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur

Price: RM168++ per piece

How do you like your eggs? Poached, as an omelette or chocolate with more chocolate within it? If the last one sounds like your cup of egg, The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur is back with its collection of limited edition chocolate Easter eggs that look and taste delightful. Designed by Executive Pastry Chef Gael Moutet and inspired by the exquisite art installations at the hotel's lobby, each egg houses mini crunchy chocolate ganache eggs and are 20cm in height. There are two designs: "Blossom" (inspired by 'Winter Garden' by British artist Marc Quinn) and "Daydream" (inspired by Joan Miro's 'Les Montagnards'). It's not just the art that sets the two eggs apart, but also the type of chocolates used. "Blossom" is handcrafted with 40 per cent Valrhona milk chocolate, while "Daydream" uses 72 per cent Valrhona dark chocolate.

For more information or to make a reservation, call +603 2727 6696 or email [email protected]

5. Easter Buffet

When: 4 April 2021 - 12pm - 2.30pm | 6pm - 7.45pm | 8pm - 9.45pm

Where: Lemon Garden, Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

Price: RM148 nett per person (brunch) | RM168 nett per person (dinner)

*Advanced reservations are required

Buffets are always a great way to spend quality time with loved ones. At Lemon Garden, the spread will be extensive. From healthy salads and cold cuts to an indulgent seafood counter to a mouthwatering carving and action station (Roasted Beef Wellington and Truffle Scramble Egg & Brioche Toast) to the Asian stations and then the dessert pavilion, you'll certainly be spoilt for choice. Kids will also enjoy some egg-citing activities such as the Egg Painting and Easter Egg Hunt, which will only take place during the Brunch session.

For more information or to make a reservation, call +603 2074 3900 or visit http://bit.ly/LGReservations.

6. KLove Market

When: 11am - 6pm, 3 & 4 April 2021

Where: Level 2, Kloe Hotel, Bukit Bintang

It's been a while for weekend markets, and if you miss going to one, KLove Market is full of promises. Featuring more than 20 local brands—from clothes and accessories to beauty products to home decor—the event is curated by Traders Market, and you'll see the likes of Dia Guild, Kuen Stephanie, Moniko, Handmade Heroes, and more.

7. Try Marks & Spencer's new range of hot cross buns

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Where: Marks & Spencer Food Hall nationwide

Marks & Spencer has launched a new range of Easter goodies, including interesting variations of hot cross buns such as Cheese with Marmite, Extremely Chocolatey and Plant Kitchen vegan (made without eggs or dairy). Toast them up for Easter or just for breakfast—it'll be delicious either way.

Check out last week's BURO Weekend Guide here.