Where to eat this Easter

Where to eat this Easter
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Here’s our pick of where to eat this Easter in and around the City.

Eataly London

Eataly London is putting on a selection of special limited-edition dishes and cocktails in its restaurants, Terra and Pasta e Pizza, to celebrate the long Easter weekend.

From delicious starters of grilled asparagus, poached egg, and parmesan cream cheese to hearty mains of slow cooked lamb shoulder, closing off with Eataly’s sweet treat – the Eggstravaganza – meringue with almond, chocolate, apple jelly ,yuzu egg and a coconut crumble. You’ll be spoilt for choices this Easter weekend!

135 Bishopsgate EC2M 3YD

Coq d’Argent

Coq d’Argent, D&D London’s legendary rooftop restaurant located in the heart of the City, is set to launch a Sunday Roast menu. Available from Easter Sunday on 31st March, Coq d’Argent is embracing the bustling weekend crowd with a new menu that puts a classic French twist on the traditional British Sunday feast, offering the perfect addition to indulgent weekend dining.

This is a fantastic menu that is not only priced exceptionally well but also tastes delicious. Whether you’re in and around the City on a Sunday and looking for a bit to eat or you’re especially after a roast that hits the spot, look no further than the Sunday Roast menu at Coq d’Argent. The cocktails are also fabulous here – the perfect way to spend a Sunday.

Coq d’Argent | Restaurant Near Bank | D&D London
No.1 Poultry EC2R 8EJ

Six by Nico

Experience the vibrant flavours and dynamic street food scene of Vietnam as Six by Nico unveils its newest six-course tasting menu, ‘Hanoi’. From Monday 28th February to Sunday 8th April, indulge in an unforgettable culinary adventure inspired by the captivating capital of Vietnam.

The Six by Nico team have woven together their experience of Hanoi through a six-course tasting experience – prepare to be transported as you savour the unique flavours and immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Hanoi’s gastronomic story.

Cocktail Set Bottomless Brunch

Picture a boozy menu featuring a diverse selection of cocktails, frozen tipples, spirits, wine, beer, and fizz. Say goodbye to the mundane menus of avo on toast – Swingers sets itself apart by offering curated street food from eateries such as Patty&Bun, Pizza Pilgrims, Breddos, and Crosstown Doughnuts. Plus, there’s the added bonus of enjoying a round of crazy golf. For just £50 per person, the Cocktail Set Bottomless Brunch experience includes:

  • 90 minutes of unlimited drinks
  • An exclusive reserved area for your group
  • A round of crazy golf to test your skills
  • Delectable street food to satisfy your cravings
  • A resident DJ spinning tunes for a lively atmosphere

Easter Dessert Themed Cocktail Menu

For those with a sweet tooth, try out the special Easter chocolate cocktails menu on offer for the long weekend. Why stick to chocolate eggs when you can drink chocolate cocktails? The menu of Easter dessert themed cocktails include:

  • The Chocolate Orange with Havana Club 7 Rum, Frangelico, chocolate & orange rum liqueur, chocolate syrup, chocolate bitter and orange bitters
  • Salted Caramel Espresso Martini with Mermaid Salt Vodka, Kahlua Coffee Liqueur, espresso, caramel syrup and salt
  • Tiramisu Martini with Havana Club 7 Rum, tiramisu syrup, coconut syrup, oat milk and natural egg white substitute

Resident street food vendor Crosstown will also be serving the Hot Cross Bun Doughnut over the Easter weekend from Good Friday – Easter Monday.

8 Brown’s Buildings EC3A 8AL

Pasta Evangelists

For the first time, Pasta Evangelists are hosting an Easter children’s fresh pasta making class – perfect for those young budding pasta fanatics, wanting to master the techniques of fresh pasta.

Children will be taught alongside an adult on how to make Malloreddus – a traditional pasta shape from Sardinia. Once made – you can enjoy all your hard work and eat your freshly made pasta with your child.

Unlimited soft drinks will be served throughout for the children and Prosecco for the adults.

Location: Farringdon Pasta Evangelists Pasta Academy

Date: Saturday 30th March

Child Ticket: £40

Adult Ticket: £68

Booking link here

(Please note, all children must be accompanied by a paying adult. Suitable for 8 years and older)


Sticks’n’Sushi, welcomes children from the ages of 8-12 years to join them in its Kids’n’Sushi masterclass.

From a slightly different weekend activity to a birthday party, the highly skilled Sticks’n’Sushi chefs are on hand to help the children celebrate, the Sticks’n’Sushi way. Now available at the Cambridge, King’s Road, White City, Oxford, Kingston, Wimbledon and Greenwich restaurant the classes are suitable for ages 8-12 years of all skill levels.

Each budding sushi master will be taught to make Kappa Hosomaki rolls (Cucumber), Pink Alaska Uramaki rolls (Salmon, avocado, cream cheese, and lumpfish roe) and Shake Nigiri (Salmon) during the 90-minute hands on class. As well as learning a new skill and creating sushi masterpieces, each ticket includes soft drinks during the class and a goody bag at the end with a certificate, bandana, rolling mat, chopsticks, chocolate fish and a Japanese number and phrase sheet.

The classes operate with a minimum of 10 children, and maximum, 15.

Tickets are £40 each and available from 

Gospel Motown Brunch at The Anthologist by Drake & Morgan

Raise your spirits and switch up Easter Sunday with the Gospel Motown Brunch at The Anthologist by Drake & Morgan (Bank), complete with a spectacular live gospel choir and soulful Motown singers. Show R.E.S.P.E.C.T to the greats and sing along to everything from Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder to Sister Act and Beyoncé. Belt your heart out to all the classics whilst tucking into delicious dishes, it’s the brunch you’ve been praying for!

️ Tickets are £45 for two-courses and a welcome cocktail. Upgrade to 90mins bottomless drinks for an additional £25

Sunday 31st March from 12pm – 4pm

The Anthologist by Drake & Morgan, 58 Gresham Street, London, EC2V 7BB

Book here

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