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Peggy Porschen in Elizabeth Street, Belgravia, is used to pulling gorgeous cakes and sweet treats out the bag and the store comes into its own at this time of year. The Bunny & Blossom Layer Cake will take pride of place on any Easter lunch table. Layers of rhubarb and vanilla custard cake are covered in a creamy pastel pink buttercream, sugar blossoms, chocolate eggs and a milk chocolate bunny. Save a slice for us…
Mount Street Deli in Mayfair has plenty to offer this year. The Mount Street Deli milk chocolate Easter egg with mini eggs will be enough to satisfy any sweet tooth. Bags of mini chocolate eggs make the perfect little Easter gift, and you can order a box of six hot cross buns to have with a cup of tea on Easter morning.
Head down to 34 Mayfair on South Audley Street this year for a Champagne Lovers’ Easter Brunch. The menu features everything from eggs Benedict and Florentine, to waffles with buttermilk fried chicken, pancakes and lobster macaroni with shaved black truffle. Oh, and there’s complimentary top ups of Delamotte Champagne when you order two courses.
The Goring Easter Egg Hunt is an annual tradition. Held in The Goring Gardens, the Easter Bunny will be hopping around to greet children as they search for the goodies. For adults, there’s an Easter Sunday lunch menu featuring delicacies like scallops to start, Salt Marsh lamb for main and a selection of puddings or British cheeses for afterwards.
Situated in Halkin Street in Belgravia, Neill Strein’s floral offerings are varied throughout the year. Why not pop in and see what’s in store for Easter – pastel pinks and blues would look perfect as a centrepiece for your Easter lunch table.
Where better to look for all your coco needs than Motcomb Street’s Rococo Chocolates? Its Easter collection features an assortment of eggs, bunnies and a special Roald Dahl series of eggs.