InterContinental Park Lane
As well as an Easter afternoon tea and Easter menus at both Ella Canta and Theo Randall, the InterContinental Park Lane will be serving an Easter brunch, accompanied by live jazz and bottomless sparkling wine. To go with your bottomless drinks will be unlimited food, you’ll find cold dishes such as ballotine of salmon, lobster and pistachio mousse; salads; waffles and omelettes and plenty of puddings including fruit meringues, raspberry fool and of course, chocolate eggs.
Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April

The London Cabaret Club
For the Easter weekend, Bloomsbury Ballroom will be filled with snake charmers, Egyptian belly dancers and Middle Eastern dishes as The London Cabaret Club puts on an Arabic special inspired by the Bond film, The Spy Who Love Me. Not the most traditional Easter event, but they do have an Easter egg sharing cocktail and also it’s great fun for the Bank Holiday weekend.
Saturday 31st March
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STK London
Easter bunnies are cute but they’re better when they’re cocktails. Luckily at STK London, they have a Bunny Tail cocktail, complete with candy floss ‘tail’ and an accompanying chocolate bunny to eat. Tasty. 
Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April

Aster are also joining in Feaster. There’ll be a children’s Easter egg hunt on Easter day and the winner will receive a bottle of Champagne (for the adults of course) and mocktails for the children. They’ll also be hosting an Easter brunch which will include a sharing roast leg of Pyrenean lamb and back by popular demand will be the Egg-tastic Chocolate Surprise cocktail!
Monday 26th March – Tuesday 3rd April

The Arch London
The Arch London is celebrating Easter with a classic chocolate afternoon tea; you’ll find a triple chocolate and maraschino cherry tart; white chocolate and lemon curd Swiss roll; chocolate and blood orange tea cake and a milk chocolate and tonka bean mousse with peanut brittle. Or if you fancy something with a little less chocolate, head to the restaurant Hunter 486 for the likes of roast leg of English lamb, char grilled purple broccoli, gratin potatoes and rosemary jus and asparagus and ricotta ravioli with warm tomato and herb dressing.
Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April

The Perception Bar at W London

How does this sound for a bottomless brunch? Two hours of Belvedere Espresso Martinis, an excess of chocolate treats and 12-hours of London’s hottest DJ’s – for those who need that extra fuel. Sounds pretty epic to us. How we love a Bank Holiday weekend!
Sunday 1st April

Taking inspiration from traditional French dishes served at Easter, you’ll find asparagus and egg, braised lamb shoulder with roasted vegetables and for pudding, sweet café gourmand trio of chocolate desserts. They’re also joining in with D&D London’s campaign of celebrating food, family and friends called Feaster – which means that from the 26th March to the 6th April, children can eat free!
Monday 26th March – Friday 6th April

Mondrian London
To celebrate the Easter Weekend, Mondrian London have teamed up with Lily Vanilli and Laurent-Perrier. Lily has created a powder pink floral shaped tart with a pink lemonade filling and mini meringues, it’ll be served as part of the seasonal a la carte menu. Keeping it pink, if you head to The Den you’ll find an abundance of pink floral decorations to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Laurent Perrier’s Cuvée Rosé Champagne, here you can order rosé champagne alongside a number of sweet treats.
Tuesday 27th March – 2nd April

Aqua Shard
One a penny, two a penny, Hot Cross Shard… not what we were singing as children, but definitely what we will be chanting after having a couple of Aqua Shard’s cocktail. Inspired by the hot cross bun, it’s made from Hennessey Cognac, Italicus Rosolio di Bergamotto and Mozart Dark chocolate liqueur, it’s then shaken with star anise, coriander seeds, cinnamon, cloves and topped with a caramel sugar nest and chocolate eggs.
26th March – 8th April

Heliot Steak House
Who would have thought that chocolate and steak would go so well together? Who would even try to put chocolate and sauce together more like. Heliot Steak House, that’s who. They have created three savoury and sweet chocolate sauces which are delicately mastered and paired with a selection of 28-day aged USDA prime steaks.  We’ve got our eye on the white chocolate sauce mixed with truffle oil and Riesling wine…
Sunday 1st April


We’re not just celebrating the resurrection of Jesus this weekend, it’s also the return of the classic Sunday roast at Gillray’s Steakhouse & Bar. Start with the likes of marinated mackerel with baby potatoes and shaved horseradish, follow this with the traditional roast leg of spring lamb and round it off with chocolate mess – a mix of chocolate mousse, salted caramel and chocolate crumble. They’ll also be activities for the children on Easter day including an egg hunt, so parents can eat in peace, or if you’d rather visit later in the afternoon then check in for their special Easter afternoon tea served in their Library.
Sunday 1st April

South Place Hotel

From the actual Easter bunny visiting* and Easter lunches, to private cinema showings of Chocolat and decadent cocktails paired with Paul A Young truffles, South Place Hotel has all the chocolatey goodness you need to celebrate Easter and the fact that you stuck to no chocolate this Lent – because of because you did and it wasn’t as if you failed on the first day at all right?*Actually just some rabbits from Spitalfields City Farm but it doesn’t sound quite as impressive


Sure you could go to the shops and get a standard Easter egg, or you could go that step further and give that special person (read, yourself)  an Easter egg fro Corinthia Hotel London. Inspired by the Baccarat Full Moon Chandelier designed by Chafik Gasmi, each egg is handmade by Executive Pastry Chef, Loic Carbonnet and takes three hours to make. It’s a 22cm high creation, made from 66% Valrhona Grand Cru dark chocolate and 33% Valrhona Grand Cru white chocolate discs as well as a single red disc. Yes it costs £115 but ten of the Easter Eggs will hold a special card to redeem a set of Baccarat Champagne flutes which are sold at £340.
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Bank Holidays are not only a time for going out without fear of the alarm clock but also a time for indulging and at Palatino they are serving up a four-course Easter feast. Start with salt cod and crushed tomatoes; zucchini flowers and honey vinegar and broad beans and young pecorino to start. Next choose from bucatini carbonara or spaghetti amatriciana before slowed cooked young lamb with roast potatoes and artichokes and finish with straciatella ice cream and pastiera napoletana. Then roll home.
Sunday 1st – Monday 2nd April

Park Chinois

Park Chinois is serving up a decadent Easter lunch, starting with steamed eggs and fresh black truffles; followed by diver scallops with Taiwanese Bottarga, Vermiceli and soya dressing; a main course of sweet and sour wild sea bass with lychees and for pudding, an opulent, Easter egg surprise: a pistachio financier with raspberry mousse, fresh raspberries and a warm sauce. Created by the expert patisserie in house team, the egg reflects the extravagant Park Chinois interiors.
Sunday 1st April


Picture this, Friday – bottomless brunch with a DJ and sax and percussion ‘New City Lights Trio’; Saturday, round two of bottomless brunch and Sunday lunch complete with bottomless bubbles or Bordeaux and a special performance from the Unite Gospel Choir. Sounds like a pretty good Bank Holiday to us, and that’s even before you have the whole of Monday to recover.
Friday 30th March – Sunday 1st April

St Martin’s Lane

There’s always one that has to outshine everyone else, when it comes to the egg world, it’s tge ostrich, whose egg is the equivalent of 24 hen’s egg and can weigh as much as 2kg. As part of the Big Easter package at St Martins Lane, you and your family can all breakfast on an ostrich egg with giant soldiers for dipping. Then, if you can handle more eggs, the children can search for chocolate eggs hidden around their bedroom by the hotel.
Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April


Avenue is all about the brunch, because we don’t just have two days for brunch this weekend, we have four. You’ve got Friday and Saturday to get your brunch on at Avenue, with plenty of Bloody Marys and bubbles and a DJ on Friday to celebrate your first day of freedom. Then on Sunday you can add more unlimited drinks to your Sunday lunch and on Monday, well you’ll have to find your own fun then…no one needs four days of Bloody Marys.
Friday 30th March – Sunday 1st April

Baluchi at The LaLiT 

Whilst you might not be a Maharaja, you can still dine like one at Baluchi this Easter. Their banquet includes the likes of Orkney scallops with samphire pakoda, sea buckthorn puree and gin foam; lamb rack with smoked aubergine and potato chokka, beet crisp, coriander, mint, garlic and cumin tossed potatoes and for pudding, a surprise Easter shell of cardamom shrikant with tamarind-soaked berries and rasmalai crumble.
Friday 30th March – 2nd April

Jumeirah Carlton Tower

Experience afternoon tea at Jumeirah in their decadent Chinoiserie area with a special seasonal tea and a harpist on-hand to serenade diners. You can even upgrade your tea by adding a glass of Champagne Laurent-Perrier.
Tuesday 26th March – 8th April

Blenheim Palace

Nobody knows how to celebrate better than an actual palace! Stately Blenheim Palace is celebrating the springing of Spring in their Orangery this easter with special teas, lunches and cocktails. If it’s good enough for Sir Winston Churchill then it must be pretty decent.
Friday 30th March – 2nd April

Piano Works

Let The Piano Works take centre stage this Easter with ‘Brunch to the Beat’ at the non-stop audience-request live music venue. The Farringdon piano bar is the perfect place to chow down on a bottomless brunch while the in-house band knock out solid wall-to-wall classics.
Saturday 31st March – Monday 2nd April

Four Seasons Hotel London At Ten Trinity Square

This grand hotel will be playing host to a number of Easter specials. Like the brunch at Rotunda Bar, a buffet style selection of canapes and starters followed by a main from the a la carte menu with brunchy favourites like eggs Benedict and avocado on sourdough toast or more traditional Sunday-roast style options. But Four Seasons aren’t done there, Rotunda will also be running their Bright Young Things afternoon teas over Easter. And, come Easter lunch, their Michelin Starred restaurant, La Dame de Pic is offering a three course extravaganza including a cocktail on arrival and a takeaway Easter gift for all guests.
Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April

Petersham Hotel

There’s nowhere better to be on a bank holiday weekend than Richmond. The river, the old town, the views, the park and feeling of being both in and out of London simultaneously. And this is never more true than at the Petersham Hotel. And this Easter the hotel will be indulging guests and locals alike with a special Easter menu running from Good Friday to Easter Monday, plus a special Easter lunch.
Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April

The Athenaeum Hotel & Residences

Overlooking Green Park, The Athenaeum is grand and yet intimate. Over Easter they’ll be offeirng a limited edition menu with five dishes per course, a showstopper pudding of Valrhona chocolate and salted caramel egg and dishes including roast leg of Herdwick lamb, Dedham Vale beef sirloin and toffee apple pie sundae. If that’s not enough to get your mouth watering, everyone dining will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win their 3 course lunch free of charge!
Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April

Sofitel London St James

French premium chocolate manufacturer, Valrhona, have created a truly giant Easter egg for Sofitel London St James that will be on display in the lobby over Easter. Hidden inside the egg are a secret number of smaller chocolate eggs and starting on Good Friday everyone can share their best guess of the number via the hotel’s social media channels with #SofitelEaster. The closest guess to the number of mini chocolate eggs hidden inside will win a three- course dinner for two including a glass of champagne at The Balcon. The egg itself will be broken up and shared.
The answer will be revealed on Easter Sunday

Sky Garden

Feel sky high this weekend at Sky Garden, the huge space literally hundreds of feet above Fenchurch Street. Children can be specially facepainted as bunnies and chicks before checking out the Easter treats at Sky Pod and City Garden Bar or grownups can sip on seasonal cocktails. At Fenchurch Restaurant, Head Chef Daniel Fletcher will be creating a special three course menu for Easter and at Darwin Brasserie the brunch will come with unlimited starters, desserts and Bloody Marys with every main dish.
Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April

Villandry St James

Villandry St James will be running their bottomless brunch from Good Friday through Easter weekend and even on bank holiday Monday. Expect free-flowing Prosecco and a mini cake platter to boot.
Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April

Cantina del Ponte

Forget Easter, at Cantina del Ponte it’s Feaster! Head Chef Ivano has put together a menu of Italian favourites at the London Bridge restaurant, so get feasting!
Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April

Montague on the Gardens

Montague on the Gardens will be running an al fresco Easter egg hunt before lunch this Easter. Perfect for kids and with lots of prizes. Followed, of course, by a delicious three-course lunch!
Sunday 1st April

Butler’s Wharf Chop House

It’s Easter, so the thing you need is meat, right? And where better than a chop house? Butler’s Wharf Chop House are, thankfully, on hand with their family style sharing dishes this Easter. Prepare for a traditional feast of Sunday roast with ALL the trimmings!
Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April

Covent Garden Hotel

The refined surroundings of the Covent Garden Hotel just will you to order an afternoon tea, and at Brasserie Max you can and shall. After all, the selection of savoury sandwiches, homemade scones, cakes and special cocktails, designed for Easter (there’s an Easter goodie bag to take home!) will delight both children and grownups alike.
Thursday 29th March to Tuesday 3rd April

New Street Grill

Another Feaster delight, this time including large sharing cuts of meat. Head to New Street Grill for some incredible sirloin, pork belly, lamb saddle & chicken, served with all the trimmings for the table.
Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April


Over at Benares Atul Kochhar has turned his Michelin Starred skills to tackling Easter, and has come up with a mouthwatering lamb sharing dish and an incredible looking, deconstructed chocolate Easter egg pudding, which includes a toy in a chocolate shell – the Michelin-inspired equivalent to the Kinder Surprise!
Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April