Unmissable Easter food and drink in London you just can’t miss!

London is full of Easter treats, from Creme Egg desserts to themed cocktails and treats…

Easter is just another one of those events you cannot miss in London.

Restaurateurs and cocktail specialists all across the city will be serving up specials, with a load of eggy puns included, of course!

Check out some of our favourite selects dropping across the Easter weekend, below!

All Star Lanes, Brick Lane

As well as serving its new brunch menu all Easter weekend, from Good Friday to Easter Monday (19-22 April), All Star Lanes will also be hosting an egg-stra special Easter Drag Brunch on Sunday 21 April at its Brick Lane venue.

The new brunch menu includes dishes such as the American Breakfast (Cumberland sausage, two rich yolk fried eggs, treacle-cured bacon, buttermilk pancakes, tater tots and maple syrup), and the All Star Lanes’ brunch burger (The Lebowski, a mouth-watering combination of 6oz chuck steak and rib cap patty, treacle cured bacon, slow-cooked pork rib, rich yolk fried egg, American cheese, tomato salsa and mustard).

Visit All Star Lanes, 95 Brick Ln, Shoreditch, London E1 6QL

Family Brunch & Jazz Brunch at Chucs Serpentine

Chucs Serpentine is hosting an Easter Brunch with children’s party planners Sharky & George on Saturday 20 April.

Mums and dads can kick-back and enjoy eggs any which way, smashed avocado and a whole host of sweet treats all with mimosas to hand, prosecco or freshly-pressed juice.

There’ll also a Easter egg hunt in the gallery gardens from 9.15am-10am, followed by games, arts and crafts, as well as a cookie decorating station.

Tickets are £25 for both adults and children (aged 4-14, ages 3 and under go free), including entertainment for the kids.

Visit The Serpentine Gallery, West Carriage Drive, Hyde Park W2 2AR

Hot Cross puns at Riding House and Rail House Cafes

Riding House Café, Rail House Café and Village East will all be hosting their Easter brunch specials!

Expect a Hot Cross Bunidict – a toasted hot cross bun base, topped with poached egg, swiss chard and hollandaise sauce (£7.50), and a ‘What’s Up Doc’ carrot-based cocktail, (£11), made with dark rum, carrot shrub, grapefruit and garnished with a physalis, to look like bunny ears.

Visit House Cafes – Fitzrovia, Victoria, Bermondsey from Thursday 18th to Monday 22nd April


Newly opened VIVI restaurant at Centre Point is putting on a dessert of crème egg doughnuts from 19th – 22nd April – featuring two warm fluffy doughnuts each containing a mini crème egg, served with lemon curd and a chocolate soil.

The dessert is £8.50 on its own or as part of their Easter three-course menu at £33.50.

Visit VIVI, Centre Point, 11 Saint Giles Square, London WC2H 8AP


For Easter weekend only The Smashed Mini Egg Croissant at this new dessert spot in Covent Garden features a sliced croissant, filled with chocolate whipped cream mixed with smashed mini eggs.

Do not miss it!

Visit YOLO, 1 Tower St, London WC2H 9NP

Nobu Hotel London Shoreditch

Available on Easter Sunday (21 April) only, their special Easter brunch features lamb skewers Anticucho and a selection of freshly made sushi and cold dishes from the restaurant’s Brunch Bar, complete with painted eggs and a live eggs station.

You can also order from the a la carte menu, which features Japanese twists on classic breakfast dishes alongside Nobu favourites.

Visit 10-50 Willow Street, Shoreditch EC2A 4BH


For the Easter weekend, Duddell’s Chinese restaurant is swapping out its usual dim sum selection for an ‘Easter Basket’ (£19) made up of six steamed dumplings – two chicks filled with chicken, mushroom and asparagus; two goldfish-shaped prawn dumplings and two Easter bunny shaped prawn dumplings.

Grab it Friday 19th April through Sunday 21st April 2019!

Visit Duddells, 9a St Thomas St, London SE1 9RY

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