Whether you live thousands of miles away from her, or in the same house, Mother’s Day is the perfect time to show your mum the love and treat her to something spectacular. Put the date in your diary (Sunday March 11 2018) and have a browse through our comprehensive guide to help you organise the perfect day. Whether you want to treat her like a queen with a scrumptious brunch in the city or enjoy drinks over lavish views of the capital, we’ve got you covered. Give your mum the mother of all Mother’s Days in London this year (and don’t forget to remind your siblings).
Morning: Brunch at Treves & Hyde
Brunch in London is a happy affair to start any Mothers Day off on the right note to make mum feel extra special. Start your day as you mean to go on with a brunch of champions to put that morning spring in your step. In the lowlands between Aldgate and Whitechapel lies Treves & Hyde, a cheery café and restaurant where diners will struggle to choose just one of the enticing cooked breakfasts on offer – there’s american style buttermilk pancakes served with maple syrup, poached cornish egg with tomato & black & bacon puddings or, if you want to indulge in a full english feast, get the full breakfast served with brisket beans on sourdough toast. High-quality, fresh ingredients and tasty portions justify the prices, and attention to detail is a strong point – look out for cucumber-infused tap water. An interior to die for (and Instagram worthy) and a tasty brunch menu make it far too easy to spend all day here. All brunches come with a free glass of prosecco for “Mothers” on their special day!
View our full brunch menu here: http://trevesandhyde.
Afternoon: A stroll through Whitechapel
Resting in the London borough of Tower Hamlets, Whitechapel offers more than just bustling markets and contemporary art exhibitions at the Whitechapel Gallery. A diverse and multicultural population has helped create an exciting food scene with fresh dinner lunch spots in the city perfect for a quick coffee meeting with dining worth shouting about. The streets of Whitechapel are bursting with history and can be a relaxing and intriguing walk with the family post brunch!
Evening: A theatre or cinema visit
If you and the family are still in Aldgate come evening, Curzon Theatre Aldgate can be a fun evening with a number of performances over the Mothers Day weekend. Designed for the modern filmgoer, Curzon Aldgate is a new cinema in London’s culturally vibrant East End. Make sure to book ahead for any performances or films you plan on seeing – Mothers Day can be a busy time at the theatre!
It is the one day of year celebrate how great mum really is, so it deserves to be filled with fun and making sure mum has time to relax! If you are in Aldgate for Mother’s Day this Sunday we certainly hope to see you pop in to see us!