Posted on 7th March 2018

12 Ways To Celebrate This Mother’s Day 2018

12 Ways To Celebrate This Mother’s Day 2018

This Sunday it’s time to celebrate the leading ladies in our lives, our mums and the women who have raised us. They’ve been there through the ups and downs, they’ve seen it all, from our first steps when we were sweet and innocent to our angsty teenage years and confusing twenties. The least they deserve is an afternoon to be treated with a glass or three of prosecco. If you’re yet to choose what to do, check out some of the best events taking place throughout London.

Park Chinois

Park Chinois will be serving a special Mother’s Day lunch and dinner, which includes dim sum; snow crab and chive dumplings; grilled poulet de Bresse with morel mushrooms and ginger and a pudding of Mama Maria’s apple delight and of course Champagne.

www.parkchinois.com

The London Cabaret Club

Taking your mum to the iconic Bloomsbury Ballroom to see one of The London Cabaret Club shows is already pretty special but go one step further and make sure you beat your siblings in effort by adding on the Mother’s Day package which includes a bouquet of flowers, a cocktail, personalised pudding and a chance to have a photo with the stars of the show.
For shows booked on the 9th or 10th March

www.thelondoncabaretclub.com

Rotunda at Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square

You could give your mum a bunch of flowers that you bought along with everyone else. Or you could take her to Rotunda at Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square where not only will you be served an exclusive floral afternoon tea, but you’ll also be able to create your own bouquet of flowers under the tutelage of acclaimed florist, Paula Rooney.

www.fourseasons.com

The Montagu at Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill

The Montagu at Hyatt Regency is serving a Mothering Pommery Rose Champagne brunch accompanied by live music and Molton Brown gifts for each mother. Dishes include Scottish salmon with spring onion mash potato and creamy beetroot risotto; eggs benedict and black and white quinoa with rocket, pomegranate and beetroot.

www.themontagurestaurant.co.uk

The Connaught

The Connaught has joined forces with florist McQueens to host I Love You Bunches. Start off with a two-hour flower tutorial with McQueens, learn how to get the most from your flowers and how to create a floral masterpiece before heading to Jean-Georges at The Connaught for afternoon tea filled with the likes of hazelnut praline and milk chocolate Rocher, passion fruit tart and bergamot mousse.

www.the-connaught.co.uk

Craft London

Craft London is serving their first ever Sunday roast lunch, on Mother’s Day. The lunch will focus on seasonal British ingredients and will include dishes such as wild garlic dumplings in a mushroom broth with brown butter; roast beef and Yorkshire, sauerkraut and gravy; bread and butter pudding with last summer’s plums and British and Irish cheese from Neal’s Yard.

www.craft-london.co.uk

Aster

Nothing says I love you like a free pudding. Especially when it’s a lingoberry meringue that has followed the likes of smoked salmon, potato blinis and sour cream and ballotine of chicken with golden beets and tarragon. There’ll also be a mothers’ and daughters’ sharing cocktail on the day, sorry sons not sure what you’re going to do…

www.aster-restaurant.com

MeatUp

What goes well with MeatUp’s excellent Sunday Roast? A free glass of Champagne that’s what. Not for you though, for your mum. Unless you’re a mum too, in which case you can cheers together.

www.meatupgrill.com

The Arch London

Picture this, your mum sat at The Arch London, glass of Taittinger Brut Reserve in one hand, rose and lavender macaroon in the other, isn’t that what she deserves? Yes, is the answer. The Arch London’s Royal Afternoon Tea has all the ingredients you need to spoil your mother, coronation chicken on toasted sourdough; white chocolate and passionfruit brûlée; scones, jam and clotted cream and a gift for all mums to go home with.

www.thearchlondon.com

Gillray’s

Free-flowing bubbly and afternoon tea is the order of the day at Gillray’s. Treat your mother to homemade cakes (which she hasn’t had to make) and warm scones whilst looking out over iconic London landmarks.

www.gillrays.com

Circus

Think sitting around your dining room table is entertaining? Do you have flame throwers, gymnastics and performers? Didn’t think so (if you said yes, we’re coming around to your house next weekend) but Circus does. They’ll be serving  a Mother’s Day pan-Asian brunch, with lots of treats for your mum, bring your younger siblings too as they’re letting anyone 13 and over in!

www.circus-london.co.uk

The Rose Lounge at Sofitel London St James

Sofitel London St James, realise that all mums need a little TLC; which is why they’re giving all mums who visit the Rose Lounge a 30% discount voucher to redeem in their restaurant, The Balcon, or to use at their SoSPA (if you dine at The Balcon you’ll get a complimentary glass of Champagne or a cocktail). The Rose Lounge will be adorned with flowers, a harpist will be playing and they’ll be serving afternoon tea with Parisian pastries and classic cakes.

www.thebalconlondon.com

Palatino

Palatino have just launched their new a la carte menu and to celebrate Mother’s Day they’ll be serving the new menu, alongside a set menu of the Palatino’s favourite dishes – favourite dishes for your favourite woman. The menu will include sasso chicken, aubergine parmigiana and chocolate, pistachio and honeycomb for pudding and of course, free Prosecco for your mum too.

www.palatino.london

The Connaught

The Connaught has joined forces with florist McQueens to host I Love You Bunches. Start off with a two-hour flower tutorial with McQueens, learn how to get the most from your flowers and how to create a floral masterpiece before heading to Jean-Georges at The Connaught for afternoon tea filled with the likes of hazelnut praline and milk chocolate Rocher, passion fruit tart and bergamot mousse.

www.the-connaught.co.uk

Sky Garden

If your mum is the one who usually cooks the Sunday lunch, then why not change that this weekend. We’re not saying you have to cook, we’re saying you should take her to either Darwin Brasserie or Fenchurch at Sky Garden. 1) You’ll have incredible views out over London. 2) Your mum will get a complimentary glass of sparkling wine and 3) You won’t have to do the washing up.

www.skygarden.london

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