What’s on? Easter menus, escapes and events

northcote easter

Northcote, Langho: Easter Escape

Special Rates available Easter Monday-Thursday 31 March

£145 pp

Dine in Northcote’s celebrated restaurant, enjoy Nigel Haworth’s five-course gourmet menu, relax with a night’s stay, and wake up to a fabulous breakfast.

A “love-it-or-hate-it” refurb a couple of years ago (most reporters love it), complete with “numerous alterations and extensions” (and the installation of a “flashy bar”) has zhooshed up the North West’s most prominent country house hotel. Lisa Allen’s “effortlessly delicious” seasonal cuisine (“so intense it makes you drool!”) is matched with a “tremendous” and “constantly evolving” wine list, and served “without undue formality” by staff who “couldn’t be more helpful”. Top Menu Tip – “the table d’hote lunch is simply stunning value”.

 

jeremy'sJeremy’s at Borde Hill, Haywards Heath

Good Friday 25 March & Easter Saturday 26 March: 2/3 courses – £25/£30 pp

Easter Sunday 27 March – Lamb, all the trimmings and much more! 4 courses: £40 pp

Easter Monday Bank Holiday jazz lunch 28 March: £40 per person 3 courses

“Eat outside in warm weather, otherwise ask for a window table overlooking the terrace and walled garden”, if you dine at Jeremy Ashpool’s “very romantic”, “friendly and professional” favourite, which is “perfect for a special occasion (and sometimes the occasion is that we’re eating at Jeremy’s!)” Most reports remain of “exquisite” cooking too (although there were a few former fans this year who said it fell short – “hopefully a blip not a trend”).

To book, please either call 01444 441102 or book online.

 

Screenshot 2016-03-17 13.41.45Koinonia, Newark

Sunday 27 March

Four course Easter menu: £19.95 pp

“If you like authentic Keralan food make a beeline for Koinonia” – “the best place to eat in Newark by a country mile”. The “multi-layered flavours and textures” of dishes (ranging “from the mild to the incendiary”) and “warmly welcoming service”, “more than compensate for the out-of-the-way location”, and veggies are unusually well catered for.

 

The MaynardThe Maynard, Grindleford

Easter Sunday 3-course lunch: £27.50 pp, £13.75 per child

Derbyshire hotel and restaurant, The Maynard, is offering a free Easter egg for children this Easter Sunday. Enjoy a special seasonal menu in scenic Peak District surroundings. Dishes include: Smoked chicken, avocado & pine nut salad, pear & ginger dressing; Roast rib of 28 day mature Critchlow’s Beef, roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, gravy; and dark chocolate & salted caramel parfait sphere, toffee popcorn, Macadamia crumble.

To book visit www.themaynard.co.uk or call 01433 630 321.

 

the galleyGalley N1

Good Friday 25 March-Easter Sunday 27 March

3 course menu: £34 pp

For Easter lunch with a difference head to this new internationally-influenced restaurant in Islington from former Randall & Aubin head chef Marcel Grzyb.

On the menu: Salmon, prawn & leek terrine cucumber jelly, charred baby leeks, oyster mayonnaise, red sorrel; spiced lamb loin caramelised onion purée, buttered kale, black-eyed beans, ragu of shoulder & thyme; and dark chocolate & salted caramel delice, green tea ice cream, poached blackberries.

To reserve your table, book online www.galleylondon.co.uk

 

Kings Cross Central

The Lighterman N1

Easter Sunday Roast: £18 pp

For 50% off your Easter Sunday lunch head to King’s Cross restaurant hub Granary Square. Its latest resident, Regent’s Canal-side pub and dining room, The Lighterman is holding a half price soft launch offer until Monday 28 March. On Easter Sunday the restaurant will be serving English chicken & herb stuffing, rolled pork belly & crackling and 28 day dry-aged beef sirloin, served with Yorkshire pudding, veggies and roasties.

 

 

Sea Containers Easter Roast Lamb low resSea Containers SE1

Available Friday 25-Sunday 27 March

Lamb: £45. Salmon: £39 – dishes serve 2-3 people

This Easter weekend Sea Containers at Mondrian London will be offering two special roasts. Clay oven roasted leg of lamb with mint yoghurt & coriander seeds, and warm smoked salmon fillet with horseradish cream & watercress. Both dishes are served family-style.

 

Rivington Shoreditch - exterior 2Rivington Grill EC2

Available Friday 25-Monday 28 March

3-course menu: £32.50 pp

Head to Rivington Shoreditch for their family-style roast lamb with all the trimmings. Sourced from Wales and a family farm run by Daphne Tilley MBE, your lamb will be served to your table as a full leg and stuffed breast of lamb, after a starter of grilled scallions and Romesco sauce. Finish your feast with a family-size apple pie and custard.

Prices are based on six people or more sharing. Bookings must be made before Thursday 24 March to ensure ordering and delivery of the lamb prior to bank holiday.

 

rosewoodEaster @ The Rosewood WC1

Brunch in the Mirror Room

Brunch is an elegant affair this Easter Sunday. Enjoy smoked salmon and eggs cooked to your liking, mouth-watering waffles and pancakes, followed by our seasonal lamb.

To book your table please call +44 20 3747 8670 or email london.restaurants@rosewoodhotels.com

 

Holborn Dining Room

Executive Head Chef, Calum Franklin, will be serving up his award-winning Monkshill Farm Scotch Egg, the perfect start to your Easter weekend.

To book your table please call +44 20 3747 8670
or email london.restaurants@rosewoodhotels.com

 

Afternoon Tea in the Mirror Room

Indulge with a Chocolate Afternoon Tea served in the Mirror Room from Good Friday until Easter Monday. Culinary delights include a rhubarb and white chocolate tart and a caramel chocolate brownie.

To book your table please call +44 20 3747 8670
or email london.restaurants@rosewoodhotels.com

Explore the Chocolate Afternoon Tea Menu

 

Treat the family this Easter

Discover all that London has to offer during the Easter holidays with a luxurious stay at Rosewood London. Our Family Moments offer includes interconnecting or adjoining rooms and suites, full English breakfast, bespoke children’s amenities and activities and access to Sense Spa’s sauna and steam room.

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Piquet - Bunny AlexanderEaster Choc-tails

Piquet W1

Available Monday 21 March-Sunday 3 April in The Fir Room

The Bunny Alexander: £10.50

The Bunny Alexander is a twist on a classic, combining smooth chocolate cream with Grand Marnier orange liqueur, orange syrup and Crème de Cacao. Garnished with a charming dark chocolate orange truffle, 70% cocoa chocolate ring and sprinkled with candied orange peel.

 

ETM - Easter ChoctailsThe Botanist (SW1 and EC2)

Available Friday 25-Monday 28 March

Cocktail trio: £10

This luxurious collection of three boozy, dessert-inspired concoctions are served up in melt-in-the-mouth, hollow chocolate Easter eggs – perfect for polishing off afterwards. They include: tangy Raspberry Brûlée, a creamy Tiramisu and sinful Passionfruit and Vanilla Martini. £10 for all three.

 

Balans - poisoned hot choc LRBalans Soho Society

Available 21 March-3rd April

Poisoned hot chocolate: £8.50

Balans Soho Society house hot chocolate is elevated with the addition of a double measure of Amaretto, Cointreau or Baileys, topped with liqueur soaked marshmallows and shavings of 70% dark chocolate.

 

HSK Hunny Bunny Easter cocktailHeddon Street Kitchen W1

Available Friday 25 March-Monday 28 March

Honey Bunny cocktail: £9

The Honey Bunny cocktail manages to blend some of the season’s most indulgent ingredients – chocolate and more chocolate. Bacardi Carta Blanca and Orange Curacao is met with Mozart White Chocolate Liqueur and a dash of chocolate bitters. Finished with an egg yolk foam and sticky chocolate orange rim.

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