With just a few weeks to go, you still have time to book some foodie destinations for the Easter weekend. Here are some of the best places to eat in London at Easter…
Easter is fast approaching and that means a good excuse to grab your friends or family and head into town for something delicious to eat. Here we’ve rounded up some of the best places to eat in London this Easter…
Disco brunch on Devonshire Terrace, Liverpool Street
First on our list of the best Easter restaurants is a disco brunch. Grab your buddies and hit the road Devonshire Terrace for his disco brunch on Saturday April 16th. With tables available from 12pm to 4pm outside on the covered terrace and inside, smoke machines, disco balls, retro tunes and lots of glitter await! Enjoy 90 minutes of bottomless cocktails and fizzes and your choice of brunch dish: avocado with poached eggs, crispy duck salad, or flash grilled steak and eggs.
PRICE: From £45 per person including a bottomless Aperol Spritz, Prosecco, Bloody Marys, selected beers and a main course.
Bottomless brunch with a musical punch at The Drift, Liverpool Street
Want to add some splashes and sing-alongs to your weekend? A bottomless brunch with a musical punch will be held at The Drift on Easter Saturday (April 16) from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. From pints to Prosecco, Aperol Spritz and Bloody Marys, enjoy 90 minutes of free-flowing beverages accompanied by non-stop live music, from old classics to the latest chart-topping favorites and food from the specially curated brunch menu.
PRICE: £34.95 per person including bottomless Aperol Spritz, Prosecco, Bloody Marys, selected beers and a main course.
Easter Sunday offers
Head to Belgravia’s Ganymede fine bar and dining room for an Easter Sunday special of perfectly roasted Welsh lamb shank (£28) served with confit sand carrots, lyonnaise onions and creamy fries dauphinoise, topped with mint shallot dressing and a fluffy dish Yorkshire pudding.
The Hunter’s Moon
Take a trip to The Hunter’s Moon in South Kensington and tuck into a perfectly pink roast rack of lamb (£29) served with new potatoes smashed in olive oil, chopped green beans, roasted and diced peppers, garlic, rosemary and à la sauce Nicoise is served. Finished with a basil emulsion and feta, the delicious dish is available from Thursday 14th to Saturday 16th April. It’s the perfect place to eat at Easter in London.
The Cinnamon Club
Celebrate on the book-lined shelves at iconic gourmet institution The Cinnamon Club, where Vivek Singh has created a decadent five-course Easter Sunday feast. For £55 per person*, guests can sip a welcome cocktail, followed by fried aubergine dishes with pumpkin chutney and peanut crumble; Kokum-crusted halibut on the bone in a shallot-tamarind sauce and Vesavara-spiced free-range chicken breast with Malabar-style chicken drumstick stew and Easter egg chaat.
*Children under 12 eat half price.
Cinnamon Kitchen (City & Battersea)
Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea and Cinnamon Kitchen City are offering a four course Easter Sunday meal for £45 per person* including a welcome cocktail. Start with an appetizer of Chana Masala Hummus, followed by a feast of shared appetizers including Salmon Tikka, Achari Lamb as well as the incredible Easter special Pao Bhaji – Bombay-style Vegetables with Spicy Cross Brioche! Main courses include charcoal grilled pollock in a Keralan mussel rasam; and roast rack of lamb with mashed masala, followed by a dessert of Malabar-style Simnel cake with cinnamon ice cream.
*Children under 12 eat half price.
Exceptional Nordic cuisine at Aquavit London
Aquavit London at St James’s Market is serving up a selection of sensational specials this Easter. Tenderly cooked poached salmon in a green herb sauce for sharing is accompanied with cold-water North Sea prawns, traditional Kavring bread and new potatoes (£28), whilst for the main event there is an epic roast lamb shank, seasoned, perfected with garlic puree and sautéed wild garlic and served with baby carrots, mange and crunchy Hasselback potatoes. The Easter specials at Aquavit London are available from 12th – 16th April.
For something sweet
Chocolate-tastic treats at Creams Café
epic dessert destination, Creme’s Cafe kicks off spring with two great new sweet treats. The incredibly forgiving Easter Waffle (£8.95 Dinner / £10.95 Delivery) is lavished with salted caramel gelato, a Belgian milk chocolate sprinkle, a Maltesers® rabbit and additional Cadbury Mini Eggs, with a white chocolate and mango coulis and cream waffle adding the finishing touches. Available in a box of 4, the limited edition Fluffy Easter Donuts (£13.95 Dinner / £14.95 Delivery) come in two flavors: the Cadbury Mini Egg Donuts adorned with Belgian milk chocolate chips and a nest of crunchy mini eggs and the Malteser® hare donutswith velvety smooth Belgian white chocolate, drizzled with mango coulis and garnished with a Maltesers® rabbit. Available in stores nationwide and delivered March 26-April 18 via Deliveroo, Uber Eats and Just Eat.
“G & Tea” at Manetta’s bar
Head into Manetta’s Bar at the luxury boutique Flemings Mayfair Hotel for a decadent Easter cream tea. Priced at £45 per person, enjoy a selection of freshly baked patisserie and fragrant tea from the East India Tea Company, along with a botanical gin made from either Whitley Neill Raspberry Gin, Salcombe Gin Rosé or Nicholson London Dry Gin. An additional £25 will be added for those wanting to try all three gin variations. The “G & Tea” experience takes place every Wednesday – Saturday from 13:00 – 16:00. Book HERE through OpenTable
Easter patisserie at Mariage Frères
Last but not least, Mariage Freres is on our list of the best restaurants in London for Easter. To celebrate Easter, French teahouse Mariage Frères offers an exclusive Petit Joyeux dessert, a delicious chocolate mousse flavored with Thé de Pâques black tea. A pot of tea from the luxury brand’s Easter tea range with notes of crème brûlée, citrus and vanilla goes best with dessert. The tea-infused offering can be enjoyed in the stunning Salon de Thé or on the al fresco terrace in the heart of Covent Garden.
These are some of the best Easter restaurants in London that you shouldn’t miss. Which one are you looking forward to the most?