Mother’s Day is the perfect excuse for afternoon tea, so treat her to a selection of dainty sweet and savoury treats, a selection of artisan teas and maybe even a flute of fizz! Not to mention brunch, and those all important tasting menus, because who doesn’t love a tasting menu?
Treat mum to a Nordic-style brunch at the beautiful Aster in the heart of Victoria. With shops and theatres right on your doorstep, who knows where the wind will take you afterwards! (maybe the bar downstairs?!).
Newly refurbished Orrery has some swanky new interiors, as well as a brand new menu – talk about good timing! Say a big thanks to mum by treating her to the new and improved Orrery with a three-course set lunch menu. YUM.
Bluebird on Chelsea’s King’s Road has the classic afternoon tea down to a tee paired with champagne (of course), whilst up North they’re going bonkers for the tea, and who can blame them.
Show off a little by heading to stylish St James for a three decadent courses from the new Asian-inspired menu at Avenue. Not a bad way to spend an afternoon.
Enjoy a very unique Japanese-inspired afternoon tea for two at Issho in Leeds, curated by their expert team of chefs. Available Fridays & Saturdays, 12pm-3pm.
Whisk yourselves away to France (not literally sadly) and head to Bank for brunch, a live saxophonist and a whole lotta champagne. Guaranteed to put a smile on mums face, and leave you wanting more…
If you’re really into your pastries, enjoy afternoon tea at Crafthouse especially created by the Pastry Chef, Stefan Rose! Even better, you can sip away on bottomless prosecco too whilst taking in the Leeds skyline view.