Whether you’re looking for an indulgent weekend brunch or a traditional Sunday lunch for the whole family, you’ll find it in our round up of the best places to dine this Easter.
Fiume – Riverside restaurant Fiume is celebrating with four days of Italian-style bottomless brunch, plus a homemade chocolate Easter egg you can smash to reveal a prize.
34 Mayfair – You can get your brunch fix at 34 all weekend long – they’re dishing up huevo rancheros, pancakes and more from Good Friday to Easter Monday. Don’t miss their egg-stravagant Easter Sundae topped with crushed mini eggs.
The Piano Works – The Piano Works is launching their new bottomless brunch on Easter Sunday at their Farringdon and West End venues. For £50pp, you can enjoy two courses, bottomless drinks (Aperol Spritz, Bloody Marys, fizz or mocktails), and live music from in-house musicians who play nothing but audience requests from 1pm until 1am.
Granary Square Brasserie – This King’s Cross restaurant serves brunch until 4pm, so you don’t have to miss out on your weekend lie-in. The menu covers everything from salads and smoothies to more indulgent options like buttermilk pancakes and asparagus with truffle hollandaise. If you’re bringing the kids along, stop in at the Canopy Market for egg hunting, face painting, and a petting zoo.
Percy & Founders – This buzzy Fitzrovia restaurant is the perfect place to spend a lazy Sunday. Choose from slow-roast pork belly, beef sirloin, free-range chicken, or their herb marinated lamb shoulder. As there’s no work the next day, why not upgrade to bottomless Prosecco for £18 a head?
The Game Bird – Leave the cooking to the experts and enjoy a traditional Sunday roast at The Game Bird at The Stafford. Choose from roast lamb with all the trimmings or rib of beef, carved tableside from their trolley.
Daphne’s – Celebrate Easter the Italian way at Daphne’s in South Kensington. Priced at £35.50 for 3 courses, the Pasqua menu includes roast Cornish lamb, grilled asparagus with stracciatella and zucchini flower, and cannoli Siciliani.
St Pancras Brasserie by Searcys – On Easter Sunday and Monday, St Pancras Brasserie is serving a menu bursting with seasonal ingredients. Choose from Wye Valley asparagus, stone bass with Jersey Royals and shellfish sauce, or the roast leg of new season lamb.
Heddon Street Kitchen – There’s fun for the whole family at Gordon Ramsay’s West End restaurant. Kids can enjoy face painting, egg hunting, and a trip to the ice-cream bar while grown-ups enjoy bottomless brunch or a Sunday roast. The best bit? Kids eat for free every day of the week.
Laurent – Children under 12 dine for free at the Hotel Café Royal’s restaurant until 28th April. On Easter Sunday, they can embark on an egg hunt through the hotel’s historic halls, followed by chocolate egg decorating with the pastry chefs.
Berners Tavern – Treat your little foodies to a special Easter meal at Jason Atherton’s Berners Tavern. They’ll dine for free from the Little People Menu, which includes familiar favourites like ham and cheese toasties and homemade fish fingers and chips. For the grown-ups, there’s a new weekend roast menu to try.
BAO – Alongside their usual menu of Taiwanese small plates, BAO are serving Easter chick baos with a fried chicken filling at their restaurants in Soho and Fitzrovia. They’re only available on Easter Sunday and Monday – don’t miss out!
Scoff & Banter Tea Rooms – Satisfy your sweet tooth with Scoff & Banter’s Easter afternoon tea, served with a handcrafted chocolate nest filled with mini eggs. It’s available until 23rd April, priced at £34 per person or £39 with a glass of prosecco.
Duddell’s – If you fancy a change from the traditional Sunday roast, why not head to Duddell’s for cocktails and dim sum? They’re serving an ‘Easter Basket’ of steamed dumplings shaped like chicks, goldfish, and Easter bunnies. Don’t miss their twist on the classic Espresso Martini, with a touch of crème de cacao, Cointreau and a Havana 7yo infused cinnamon stick.
South Place Hotel – There’s a packed schedule of Easter activities at South Place Hotel, including egg hunts, a gin masterclass, and a Sunday screening of Willy Wonka. South Place Chop House is a top spot for bottomless brunch or a Sunday roast with free-flowing wine.
Still searching? Visit OpenTable to find out what more of London’s top restaurants have planned for Easter.