Bypass the boring flowers-and-chocolates this Mother’s Day and show your mom the power of great experiential this year.
Treat her to an unforgettable experience this Mother’s Day with a gourmet food experience or combine fine dining and floristry with an exclusive floral master class and lunch at Gordon Ramsay’s two Michelin stared Pétrus. Alternatively, celebrate the British tradition of afternoon tea in a beautiful setting at Hotel Café Royal.
Gift her with a day at Gordon Ramsay’s two Michelin stared Pétru. Located in the herat of Knighstbridge, she’ll learn how to create the perfect hand tied bouquet with Judith Blacklock Flower School before enjoying a luxurious three-course lunch with a glass of champagne at the Michelin-starred restaurant.
With more than 30 years’ experience in floristry, Blacklock and her professional team will host a hand tied masterclass at her school in Kinnerton Place South, teaching the essentials of flower arranging in a small and intimate class, followed by an irresistible three-course lunch, expertly created by Head Chef Larry Jayasekara.
Creating food that’s inventive, exciting and spontaneous, Simon Rogan’s Fera at Claridge’s is renowned for using exceptional, mostly homegrown ingredients. For the perfect Mother’s Day treat, Rogan has created a special Taste of Fera Mother’s Day lunchtime menu.
Enjoy 8 dishes including the lauded stewed rabbit with lovage and Yorkshire rhubarb with rose and a glass of champagne. $104pp (£85pp) from Friday 24th–Sunday 26th March.
Petersham Nurseries will be hosting a masterclass with Georgie Newbury from Common Farm Flowers on how to “Grow Your Own Cut Flower Patch”. Newbery will share her knowledge, giving tips on color, scent and successional planting to ensure continuous flowering throughout the seasons. This is followed by a two course seasonal lunch at Petersham’s Café.
$165 pp (£135pp).
Spoil Mum this Mother’s Day with a luxurious Afternoon Tea at the elegant Hotel Cafe Royal. This Mother’s Day, Hotel Café Royal, Regent Street is celebrating the British tradition of taking afternoon tea in a beautiful setting, the breath-taking Grade II listed Oscar Wilde Bar. The room oozes grandeur and sophistication, offering the perfect place to host the most glamorous afternoon tea in London.
Created by Executive Pastry Chef Sarah Barber and Chef De Cuisine Armand Sablon, this afternoon tea is an exquisite take on the classic English tradition and includes a selection of indulgent sandwiches, cakes, scones and pastries.