Hello Hong Kong Chowhounds. We will be in HK for 4 days at Easter weekend 6-9 April. Is this a problem for restaurant availability? I have spent many late nights recently reading all the boards, threads, etc, especially medgirl answers. Now I have a plan and some questions. We will stay at the TST Hyatt, arriving early Friday morning from the USA. Thinking early lunch at Din Tai Fung for comfort food, followed by a nap when we get our room. Dinner that night at Cuisine Cuisine. Saturday we will do the Big Bus tour on HK island and hop off near Fu Sing for early lunch. That night we have a reservation at Yan Toh Heen. Sunday - should we have a hotel buffet lunch? They all look expensive. Is there some quintessential HK Sunday lunch experience? Or shall we just go about our tourist activities and get dim sum or soup somewhere for lunch? That night I am planning Ye Shanghai, with drinks first at Felix and Irish coffee afterwards in the Pen lobby. On Monday we join our cruise ship at 3 pm so I was thinking a last indulgence perhaps at Tim Ho Wan? In addition, we want to buy a case of French wine to take on the cruise ship. They charge corkage but it is still worth it to avoid their over-oaked and overpriced US wines. We like Burgundy, Cote du Rhone and Provence Rose. There is a Jasons Marketplace near the Hyatt. Is this a good place to buy wine? All suggestions and recommendations enthusiastically welcomed.