We love our mothers every day of the year, of course, not just on May 8, but it’s not every day that our favourite restaurants and hotels are primed to help us spoil them too. In Hong Kong, plenty of venues are pulling out all the stops for Mother’s Day – here are some of our top recommendations. 1. Aqua Luna’s Mother’s Day Dim Sum Cruise Hong Kong’s iconic Aqua Luna junk is offering a special Mother’s Day Dim Sum Cruise with yum cha delights and a specially made dessert created by the chefs from Dim Sum Library. Alternatively, you can hop on the boat for a Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea Cruise that takes in the city’s always-impressive skyline while you sip on Veuve Clicquot champagne. 2. The Mandarin Oriental Hotel’s staycation, spa, wellness escape and more The Mandarin Oriental Hotel is going all-out on Mother’s Day with a collection of treats you’ll need another holiday to recover from. For starters, there’s the 24-hour beauty staycation complete with skin consultations, facial treatments, shopping privileges and detox kits. Then there’s the Mandarin’s numerous Mother’s Day dining options, from a Sunday roast menu at Mandarin Grill + Bar to a six-course dinner menu at Man Wah and a unique Japanese izakaya brunch experience at The Aubrey that includes two hours of free-flow drinks (including champagne). Or consider the Mother-Daughter Digital Wellness Escape at The Mandarin Spa featuring a 90-minute full body massage and a 30-minute express facial for two. Where to eat in Hong Kong in April, from bakeries to brunch 3. The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong’s champagne and gift sets Not to be outdone, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong provides its own range of extravagant experiences for Mother’s Day, including a luxurious South African Yoshihama abalone menu at two Michelin-starred Tin Lung Heen, a Heavenly Spa Indulgence package for two people at The Ritz-Carlton Spa, and a Mother’s Day staycation package that includes Ritz Champagne in the room, a Mother’s Day version of the strawberry sakura mousse cake, and – a nice touch – an instant camera to record those special moments. A Mother’s Day Gift Set is also available to buy, and includes an array of elegant flower bouquets and a limited edition cake, as well as more champagne, naturally. 4. The Four Seasons Hong Kong’s afternoon tea and treats The Four Seasons Hong Kong, meanwhile, has created some teatime delicacies that underline the hotel group’s culinary prowess. Its themed afternoon tea at The Lounge includes three tiers of mouth-watering cakes, jellies, waffles and savoury items, while the afternoon treats at Gallery come with live cooking performances, so you can see exactly how those scrumptious aromatic crêpes with fresh berries and Madagascar vanilla gelato turn out so nicely. Mother’s Day lunch and dinner menus are also available at three-Michelin-starred restaurant Lung King Heen, with dishes that include deep-fried crab shell with onions and fresh crabmeat, and crispy scallop with fresh pear, shrimp paste and Yunnan ham. Mother’s Day staycation packages are also available. Why Tirpse’s Rin Horiuchi was crowned the best pastry chef in Hong Kong 5. Tate Dining Room’s cakes and pastries For those who prefer something to enjoy with mum at home, Tate Dining Room is offering a limited edition Mother’s Day celebration cake as part of its Date by Tate programme of offerings. The cake is perfect to share and features a roasted soybean flour sable base, Chinese almond sponge, soy pulp crumble, raspberry gel and goji berry mousse. A handful of other innovative pastry creations are also available, including the aesthetically pleasing Ode to Jade cake, summery citrus tart, and the red date and chocolate pound cake. Orders must be taken two days in advance of pickup or delivery. 6. LKF Concepts and 1908BC’s brunch, lunch and dinner menus Few things beat a proper sit-down meal with the woman who brought you into the world. And there are plenty of ways to do that with a special Mother’s Day twist. LKF Concepts – the people behind the Fumi, Kyoto Joe and Tokio Joe restaurants – has numerous Asian-inspired menus, including the A4 Miyazaki Beef & Snow Crab Leg Mother’s Day Brunch and All-You-Can-Eat Dinner at Fumi, an A4 Sendai Wagyu Weekend Feast at Kyoto Joe, and a Hirame Brunch at Tokio Joe. All bookings also come with a HK$200 (US$25) LKF Elite Gift Card for attending mums. Meanwhile, 1908BC has created two menus. Its Old Hong Kong Mother’s Day Menu explores traditional dishes in the form of an eight-course feast for families of four or more. Dishes include double-boiled pork and hairy fig soup, giant river prawns in a tangy tomato sauce, roasted soy sauce whole chicken, and fish maw with Chinese mushrooms in abalone sauce. The New Hong Kong Mother’s Day Menu brings a contemporary British-Chinese touch, with crispy wontons with house red sauce, honey pork ribs, crispy aromatic duck and crispy shredded beef. Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .