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Easter falls on March 31. Check out the Easter specials at some of the restaurants and bake houses in and around the city.

Ambrosia, Pattom, Technopark, Kowdiar, Bakery Junction

Yule logs and Easter bunny cakes are some of the sweet treats available. One can pick up tips on how to decorate cakes at the bake house on March 30 and 31. There are also chaat and momos counters. Contact: 2332211/2337515

Dreams, Kowdiar-Kuravankonam road

It’s raining chocolate in various shapes, forms and sizes at Dreams. Contact: 2434663

Vivanta by Taj, Vazhuthacaud

Caramel has a host of Easter goodies. Fifth Element holds an Easter brunch with Syrian Christian dishes as a highlight, which is priced at Rs. 1,200 plus taxes for each person. Contact: 6612345

Hotel Residency Tower, Press Road, Statue

Orion restaurant celebrates Easter with a variety of special dishes such as Thalassery Attirachicurry, Vattayappam and Strawberry Cheese Soufflé. The buffet lunch is priced at Rs. 550 plus taxes for each person. Contact: 2331661

The Capital, GPO Lane

A special buffet with five non-vegetarian dishes priced at Rs. 350 plus taxes per person is the Easter special at The Capital. Contact: 2471987

Hotel Horizon, Aristo Road

Cold cuts, salads, soups, a choice of main dishes and desserts are on the menu at Mira’s Easter buffet lunch, which is priced at Rs. 350 plus taxes per person. Contact: 2323222

Villa Maya, Eenchakkal

Villa Maya celebrates Easter with an interesting dinner menu, which include Tajine with cous cous and Flambe chocolate coffee fudge. There will be live music. Contact: 2578901

The Leela, Kovalam

Dine on a range of dishes at The Terrace’s Easter brunch. It is priced at Rs. 1,600 plus taxes for each person.

Vivanta by Taj, Kovalam

There are kebabs, appams, stews and more at the Easter buffet lunch at Vivanta by Taj, Kovalam, which is priced at Rs. 1,000 plus taxes per head. Contact: 6613000

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