Sharon Reid

 

Are you struggling to come up with a suitable gift this Mother’s Day (Sunday 15th March)? You have rinsed flowers, chocolates and gift vouchers, so how about a gift that you can share? Eating out is a good option, read on for a selection of mouthwatering Mother’s Day suggestions:

Brunch or Sunday Lunch?

Enjoy Bel & The Dragon’s legendary brunch, treat mum to Free Range Scrambled Eggs, Cured Scottish Salmon & Chopped Chives; Blueberry Pancakes & Crispy Bacon with Clotted Cream & Caramelised Banana. If mum is all about tradition she will appreciate the Sunday Roasted Rib-Eye of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding plus trimmings.

Does your mum have a sweet tooth? If so, she will love Bel & The Dragon’s hand –made gooey chocolate brownies – these sweet delights are a lovely way to finish off a meal and also make for a great take –home treat.

For reservations or further information please click onto: www.belandthedragon.co.uk/

Afternoon Tea – Here’s Three!image

You really can’t go wrong with Afternoon Tea; most mum’s are partial to a good brew, cake and Champagne. Go classic at Boutique hotel Flemings Mayfair, with their afternoon tea (£32.50 per person), feeling flush? Then opt for the champagne afternoon tea (£41.50).

If you pre –book a table of four or more, make the most of Flemings Mayfair’s special Mother’s Day promotion: ‘Mum’s take tea for FREE.’

For reservations and further information please visit: Flemings Mayfair

For a gluten –free option check out St James Hotel and Club in Mayfair for the gluten-free afternoon tea (£29.50) created by Michelin-starred chef William Drabble.

For reservations and further information please visit: St James’ Hotel and Club

If mum enjoys a drop of gin take her to TwoRuba in Tower Bridge for the gin inspired afternoon tea (£31) which includes the wittily named Mother’s Ruin cocktail.image

For reservations and further information please visit: TwoRuba