The weekend following Easter is the time to relish special Easter delicacies. The quintessential Easter foods will take on some creative spins. HOT has a look.
Easter is a time to celebrate resurrection. The festive mood translates into delicious delicacies for the gourmets amongst us. We travel around the city and list some special Easter delicacies.
Breakfast Bruschettas at It Happened in New York, Bandra
Start the day with some wholesome Easter fare! Relish a host of toppings which can be served on multigrain, rye or gluten-free bread. Toppings include options such as Scrambled Eggs and Brown Butter; Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese; Smoked Ham and Emmenthal; and vegan options such as Cream Cheese, Cucumber and Arugula; and Nutella and Banana. All breads are made fresh in-house, in the It Happened in New York bakery.
Cupcakes with Easter eggs at Sassy Teaspoon
What is Easter without the Easter egg? Staying true to the traditions, Sassy Teaspoon presents cupcakes decorated with colourful easter eggs. Easter revelry takes on a new meaning with these sweet treats to celebrate this occasion. Time to pamper your sweet tooth?
Spiced Panna Cotta at White Owl Brewery & Bistro, Lower Parel
At the very special Easter Brunch on April 15 & 16, do taste the delicious Spiced Chocolate Easter Panna Cotta, served with chocolate sauce.
Sprinkles French toast and Carrot cake waffles at Bastian, Bandra
For the Easter Brunch on April 16, amidst other delicacies, try the Sprinkles French toast (with sprinkle frosting and sprinkle crumble) and the Carrot cake waffles (with candied carrots, cream cheese frosting, and chocolate crumble)
The Bunny at One Street Over, Bandra
When it comes to Easter Cocktails, nothing beats The Bunny! It will be served from April 11- April 16. Relish a concoction of Bacardi black, cilantro, ginger and freshly pressed carrot juice.
Hot cross buns at Olive Bar and Kitchen, Bandra
This is a timeless classic that always tastes good at this time of the year!
With these Easter delicacies on the menu…it might just turn out to be an indulgent weekend. But then, Easter comes but once a year!