Top 10 London Spots Perfect for Mother’s Day Brunch

Plan the perfect Mother’s Day in London with a brunch to remember. With hundreds of restaurants and eateries to explore in the capital city, all with something different on offer, spoil your mum this Mother’s Day with delicious food and an unforgettable experience. From low budget to opulence and indulgence, there’s something for everyone’s mood and budget. To help you find the best spots in London for brunch on Mother’s Day, we’ve put together our list of favourite spots to try:

1. The Address, Battersea

Launched only recently, The Address on Battersea Rise is a brand-new all-day bar and restaurant serving up fresh, exciting and hearty food in the heart of Battersea. From salads and small plates to generously portioned big plates, The Address’ menu is bursting with choice whilst putting sustainable ingredients at the centre of the food. With an extensive plant-based menu too, including a vegetarian Sunday Roast, The Address is a relaxed space for you and your family to celebrate Mother’s Day. 

2. The Ivy, Tower Bridge

Overlooking the iconic Tower Bridge and Tower of London, The Ivy, Tower Bridge’s riverside location makes it the perfect spot to enjoy brunch on Mother’s Day with a stunning backdrop of London. If you’re after the full riverside experience, make sure to book the alfresco terrace for stunning views over the River. The all-day British brasserie menu is complete with all the classics including The Ivy Burger, shepherd’s pie and chicken Milanese, as well as indulgent items like crab linguine and truffle-and-parmesan thick-cut fries. 

3. The Ritz, Mayfair

Set in the heart of London, the world-famous Ritz Hotel in Mayfair never disappoints, and even more so with its indulgent breakfast menu. With all the traditional British classics on offer including Eggs Benedict, Omelettes and a good old English fry-up, the Michelin-starred Ritz Restaurants puts seasonal produce at the centre of its menus. For an indulgent Mother’s Day brunch full of grandeur and splendour, The Ritz in Mayfair is the spot for you.

4. The Slug and Lettuce, St Mary Axe

For a fun-filled brunch with bottomless drinks, great music and a bit more of a party vibe, check out The Slug and Lettuce in St Mary Axe. Bottomless brunch experiences last for two hours for a minimum of two guests, with a choice of classic brunch dishes including Eggs Benedict and Full English or Veggie Breakfasts. From £30pp, your drinks will stay topped up for the full two hours so that you and your mum can sit back and soak up the atmosphere! 

5. Madison, St. Paul’s

Located at the Penthouse of One New Change in the heart of the City of London, Madison, St. Paul’s boasts a rooftop terrace with breathtaking views of London’s skyline. Known for its buzzy atmosphere, exquisite cocktails and a broad selection of Manhattan-style restaurant food featuring Josper grilled meats, salads and comforting classics, Madison is the perfect brunch spot for a special Mother’s Day treat. The Mother’s Day special menu offers two courses for £43 or three courses for £49 per person.

6. Dishoom, Covent Garden

The phenomenon that is Dishoom never fails to impress, and the Covent Garden restaurant is where it all started for this powerhouse that has become the go-to for Indian food in London. With homestyle dishes like black daal, gunpowder potatoes and chicken ruby combined with old-school retro surroundings and exotic cocktails, Dishoom always delivers on taste, style and great vibes. 

7. Ginza, St. James

Ginza offers an authentic Japanese dining experience using the finest ingredients that celebrate traditional Japanese cooking styles and flavours. Designed to take guests on a culinary journey through Japan, chefs cook in front of you whilst you eat, as well as a separate sushi bar. With one of the most extensive Sake menus in London too, Ginza is a perfect spot if you’re after fantastic Japanese food in a stylish setting.

8. Cora Pearl, Covent Garden

Named after one of British history’s most famous party girls, Cora Pearl serves up elevated British comfort food paired with cocktails and wines situated in a historic Covent Garden townhouse. From Jerusalem artichoke, high-class ham and cheese toasties and some of the best chips in London, Cora Pearl’s menu is packed full of delicious choices and will leave you wanting more.

9. Sartoria, Mayfair

With renowned Italian chef Francesco Mazzei at the helm, Sartoria is a stylish Italian restaurant in the heart of Mayfair with a menu inspired by Francesco’s home region and the surrounding areas of Italy. What’s more, Sartoria’s special Mother’s Day four-course set menu for £70pp features a crab and apple tartlet, followed by Chef Mazzei’s own mother’s lasagne recipe, as well as Welsh lamb and Mimosa cake to finish. Or if you prefer, enjoy your favourites from Sartoria’s A la Carte menu for a perfect Italian Mother’s Day feast!

10. The Stratford, Olympic Park

This relaxed all-day restaurant serves modern British classics alongside fresh and vibrant salads, robata grilled meat and fish, and a host of larger plates. For a special Mother’s Day treat, The Stratford has collaborated with Shoreditch Nails and Neal’s Yard Remedies so that your mum can enjoy a day of ultimate pampering, luxury and indulgence. 

The “Pamper and Brunch” experience starts with a relaxing hand and arm massage by Neal’s Yard Remedies, followed by a manicure or shape & paint by Shoreditch Nails. Once your mum has been pampered to the nines, head down to Kitchen E20 for a delicious brunch accompanied by fantastic live music from The Cash Cows. Starting from £50pp with the option to upgrade your ticket to bottomless drinks on the day for an extra £25pp, it’s an experience your mum won’t forget.

So, there you have it, the best Mother’s Day brunch spots in London to treat your mum to. Why not try some of our other suggestions when you’re next in London for brunch, lunch, or dinner – there’s so much to explore in the vibrant capital city.

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