In London and looking to treat your mother to a special Mothers Day Meal?

Spoil your mum this year with a mouth-watering Mother’s Day lunch on Sunday 18 March, at the Restaurant at St Paul’s, St Paul’s Cathedral, London.

Spoil your mum this year with a mouth-watering Mother’s Day lunch on Sunday 18 March, at the Restaurant at St Paul’s, St Paul’s Cathedral, London.

The restaurant at the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral is situated alongside the crypt and is renowned for its quality ‘Best of British’ food, featuring a delectable range of locally sourced, seasonal produce. Homemade delights, outstanding service and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere make it the perfect place to show your mum you really care this Mother’s Day.

Spoil your mum this year with a mouth-watering Mother’s Day lunch on Sunday 18 March, at the Restaurant at St Paul’s, St Paul’s Cathedral, London.To start, enjoy a sharing plate of chicken liver parfait, quail scotch egg with onion chutney and treacle cured Shetland salmon. Follow this with an English dry aged striploin of beef with horseradish, roast pork with apple sauce, steamed Scottish salmon or a ruby beetroot tart; all served with roast potatoes, cauliflower cheese, honey roasted carrots & Yorkshire puddings. To finish indulge in a range of scrumptious homemade puds; rhubarb & custard tart, Regents Park honey ice cream and ginger bread, lemon meringue pie or Jude’s ice cream of peach and champagne, elderflower and blood orange. 

A great British cheese board from legendary suppliers Neal’s Yard is also available for an additional £2, served with quince jelly, oat cakes, celery and chutney. Lunches are available as either two courses at £21.50 or three courses at £25.95.

A welcome drink of apple and elderflower English sparkling wine or Sloe gin and Fever Tree tonic is also available to add that special touch to the day. To book your lunch for Mother’s Day this year call 020 7248 2469.

More about Restaurant at St Paul’s

The Restaurant at St Paul’s is a unique 48-cover destination restaurant alongside a fabulous café and seating area in the Cathedral’s Crypt. Open for lunch and quintessentially English afternoon teas, the kitchen is headed up by chef Gavin Quinn, providing contemporary British food created from carefully considered ingredients. The menu changes regularly and there is strong emphasis on provenance and seasonality throughout. The superb menu features an ever-changing selection of dishes using the best quality seasonal ingredients. It includes a delicious fixed price lunch with two courses for just £21.50 or three for only £25.95 – striking value by any standards. Dishes can be complimented by the outstanding wines which feature on the carefully chosen international wine list, which includes several quality English wines.

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