Easter Eating and Drinking in London
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Join Blue Door Bistro in Easter celebrations with a delicious three-course lunch. Situated in the heart of Bloomsbury, the occasion would not be complete without an al fresco egg hunt before lunch. Meet us on the Wood Deck for the Egg hunt for the kids - with lots of prizes for all! Lunch is 1pm - 2.30pm and is priced at £40 per person
London Bridge & Bermondsey
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Treat yourself this Easter weekend with a fabulous 3 course brunch at aqua shard and indulge in some pretty fine food in an outstanding setting. Dishes include the inimitable Tor Bay Harbour lobster Benedict with Cackleberry Farm egg, roasted lobster Hollandaise and sea greens and roast Hereford beef sirloin with truffle mash, heritage carrots Bermondsey honey glazed parsnips, flowering sprout hearts and beef jus. Available Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday 10.30am-3.30pm. Price £48pp.
Celebrate Easter the Italian way at the beautiful Italian eatery Fiume in the Battersea Power Station development with their special Easter brunch, served from Friday 30th March until Monday 2nd April. You can also tuck into a set menu specially created for Easter featuring mouth-watering dishes such as homemade pasta with Grana Padano Riserva, peas, broad beans and spring truffle and roasted and braised lamb with mash potato and seasonal vegetables. A traditional Italian Easter cake rounds things off perfectly. The set menu costs £45 per person and children eat from the Bambino menu for free over this period.
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Join in one of the capital's finest Easter Egg Hunts this weekend at The Goring, taking place in the hotel's stunning gardens. Meet The Goring's very own Easter bunny who can be seen hopping around the gardens with the children whilst the search for the chocolate treats. The hunt starts at 11am with Buck's Fizz for the grown-ups and hot chocolate for the little ones and hot cross buns for everyone of course! There's even a chance to win a Michelin starred meal for two at The Dining Room. Tickets priced at £25 pp or complimentary for hotel guests. The Dining Room will also be dishing up a sumptuous Easter Sunday lunch too with a tempting selection of stunning dishes on offer.
Head on over to Islington eatery Radici this Easter Sunday and enjoy a live butchery and carving demos and an Italian feast of epic proportions. Tuck into seasonal lamb and heaps of fresh vegetables whilst the younger guests can enjoy a fabulous Bambini menu. There's more on offer for families on 4th April too with a children's pizza masterclass being held. Price is £15pp including pizza and decorations.
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Sanderson's legendary Mad Hatters Afternoon Rea receives an Easter themed makeover this Easter weekend including a special cake styled as an Easter bunny made from chocolate mousse and cocoa sponge. The usual teas and glass of Laurent-Perrier champagne accompany. Price £58 per person.
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It's all about the kids this Easter at Bluebird Chelsea. Head on down to this iconic Chelsea eatery on Thursday 29th March with your little ones and they'll be able to enjoy a spot of egg painting. Everything is provided by the restaurant so there's no need to bring anything with you. Classes take place at 3.30pm and cost £15pp.
It's a Scottish style Easter celebration at London's favourite Scottish eatery Mac n Wild this weekend. Indulge in their famous bottomless brunch featuring their delicious Scottish breakfast with home-cured bacon, homemade tattie scone, white pudding, mushroom, black pudding, Lorne sausage, mushrooms, bone marrow beans and scrambled eggs; Eggs Ruaridh, poached eggs with black pudding and hollandaise on a toasted muffin and Mac & Wild's Veni-Moo Burger. And if that isn't enough, it's all rounded off with a deep-fried Crème Egg Sundae. As there's no work on Monday, enjoy limitless cocktails including, The Bloody Scotsman (with whisky), Bloody Botanists (with gin), Bloody Marys (with vodka) and
If you find yourself in Victoria this Easter, head to the brilliant Nordic/French restaurant Aster where a four-day long Easter celebration will be taking place. Start with an Egg-tastic Chocolate Surprise Cocktail served in a chocolate egg to get you in the mood and follow with a fabulous Easter brunch featuring dishes such as Egg Aster of crab and poached egg on seeded sourdough, topped with hollandaise sauce and a traditional Scandi Smörgåsbord including roast beef, pickled shallots, horseradish cream and beetroot hummus with a soft-boiled egg. Roast Pyrenean lamb with lingonberry jam, green asparagus and mint gravy is the perfect treat whilst chocolate egg custard tart with mandarin sorb
City of London
Elevate your Easter bank holiday dining experience with a super Easter brunch in the Darwin Brasserie within the Sky Garden. Soak up the stunning vistas over London and tuck into tempting dishes such as roast Cornish plaice with wilted spinach and garlic butter or Darwin confit duck burger with French fries, truffle mayo, tomato, rocket, red onion chutney and a fried egg. Brunch includes unlimited starters, desserts and Bloody Marys and costs £49.50pp or £19.50 for under 12's.
Get your Easter bank holiday weekend off to a blinding start at one of the Revolution Bars throughout the capital. On Thursday 29th March they?ll be kicking off the Easter weekend with 2-4-1 on selected cocktails just to get things going and on Good Friday you can enjoy an "eggstended" Happy Hour from 12-7pm. Saturday sees free cocktails and canapés and an Easter egg hunt whilst Sunday plays host to a massive party.
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aqua kyoto is a fine choice for a meal this Easter Bank Holiday weekend, serving a divine bottomless brunch with unlimited bubbles or Bellini's for just £49pp or £65pp with unlimited Veuve Cliquot Champagne. Indulge in a variety of sushi, tempura, yakitori and robata dishes and celebrate Easter in style. Brunch is available from 12-4pm on Saturday and 12-6.15pm on Sunday.