Mum’s the word

Mum’s the word

King's Road
Sunday, 22 March 2020
Free Admission

Save the date: Mother’s Day is just around the corner on Sunday 22 March. Why not treat her to a delicious dining experience on King’s Road?

Personalised pastries or afternoon tea at Maître Choux
As the world’s first choux-pastry specialist pâtisserie (aren’t we lucky to have them on King’s Road?!), Maître Choux have created the perfect treats and gifts this Mother’s Day. Drop in to pick up an edible gift but be warned: their selection of personalised éclairs, delicate floral éclair bouquets and bespoke hampers are almost too good to eat. You can also schedule a catch-up over afternoon tea at their King’s Road café, where you and Mum can enjoy a selection of éclairs and choux with glasses of Laurent-Perrier champagne, including the iconic La Cuvée Rosé. Ask for the Mother & Daughter Pink Afternoon Tea if little ones are in tow. It includes sweet non-alcoholic fizz in mini champagne bottles alongside a perfect array of éclairs, choux, and chouquette pastries, (there’s an optional glass of La Cuvée Rosé or teas, coffees or juices for mum, too!)

Book via OpenTable here and here.

59 King’s Road, London, SW3 4ND,

Dessert at The Ivy Chelsea Garden
You’ll definitely want to leave room for dessert at The Ivy Chelsea Garden this March. On the menu for £9.50, you and your mum can indulge in The Tulipa – a tastebud-tantalising concoction of white-chocolate mousse, raspberries, meringue and warm chocolate sauce. Ask to be seated in the heated conservatory area for a chic dining experience that will remind you that spring is just around the corner.

The Ivy Chelsea Garden, 195 -197 King’s Road, London SW3 5EQ, 020 3301 0300

 A roast to remember at maze grill Park Walk
The team at Gordon Ramsay’s maze grill Park Walk believe that no Mother’s Day is complete without a delicious Sunday Roast, and they certainly don’t want mums to be lifting a finger in their own kitchens! So they’ve created a mouthwatering menu to enjoy on Sunday 22 March, available for £40 (three courses included). A choice of 35-day dry-aged rare-breed beef, roast chicken, Cumbrian Saddleback pork belly or a vegan roast awaits, served up with all the usual suspects. It’s the perfect opportunity for a hearty meal and proper catch up. If your mum prefers something lighter, their bottomless brunch menu includes a 1.5 hour booking of free-flowing Prosecco with a main dish or egg course and a decadent dessert for £30. You can book a table here.

11 Park Walk, Chelsea, London, SW10 0AJ, 020 7255 9299,

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