The Wonder Guide – Easter Dining

Easter Sunday is a perfect long weekend to indulge in Brunch, Lunch and Loved ones. The Wonder List has scoured London to bring you the very best in fine dining, events and of course the most indulgent chocolate eggs that money can buy. We have also been talking to some of the most handsome, talented mixologists in town so you can get your cocktail kicks.

The Corinthia – Easter Brunch with Laurent Perrier


Celebrate Easter with the family with a special three course Champagne brunch at The Northall on Easter Sunday and Easter Monday, April 01 and 02, 2018. Classic favourites from the British kitchen will be served in a charming setting with live jazz music to set the mood. Dining children can also join a special Easter Egg Hunt at 2 pm.

£55 per person with a glass of Laurent Perrier Cuvée Brut
£90 per person with flowing Laurent Perrier Cuvée Brut


Bottomless Brunch at Nobu Hotel Shoreditch 

For a truly special Easter Sunday, Nobu Shoreditch will be hosting an extra-indulgent bottomless brunch, available exclusively on Sunday. Alongside the regular weekend brunch menu of four courses served family-style and unlimited access to the Brunch Bar, offering a variety of classic Nobu dishes, guests will be treated to an exclusive Miso Lamb, created especially for the holiday.

For £75 Indulge in two hours off family-style dishes,  unlimited access to Brunch and Dessert Bar, and unlimited Prosecco, Aperol Spritz or Lychee Elderflower Martini.


Champagne Brunch – The Landmark 

A lavish buffet, live music and limitless Champagne! The legendary brunch ranges from fresh pastries, continental charcuterie and salads to a selection of main dishes from traditional Sunday roasts to delicious seafood.

12:30pm – 3:00pm

£110 per person
Children aged 12 and over pay full price whilst children 11 years old and under pay £55 which includes soft drinks


The Hot Cross Bunidict at Riding House Café, Rail House Café & Village East

Up your Easter feasting game with London’s first ever Hot Cross Bunidict. Available at sister restaurants Riding House Café in Fitzrovia, Rail House Café in Victoria and Village East on Bermondsey Street, the memorable special, priced £7.50, tops a toasted hot cross bun with a poached egg, Swiss chard and Hollandaise sauce. The ultimate balance of sweet and savoury, it’s an eggceptional way to celebrate the Easter period.

Try it alongside the What’s Up Doc carrot cocktail (£11), made with dark rum, carrot shrub, grapefruit and garnished with a physalis, to look like bunny ears. Riding House Café, Rail House Café and Village East have become synonymous with all-day dining and brunch.

Available all-day at all three sites from Thursday 18 to Monday 22 April.




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