Easter Joy: London Restaurant Specials

It’s the season of spring bliss, pastels, culinary get-togethers, and an abundance of sweet treats. Celebrate Easter at some of the best restaurants in London. 

Bagatelle & The Chocolate Factory Easter Special

Experience an easter celebration like no other at Bagatelle’s very own ‘Bagatelle & The Chocolate Factory Wonderland’. Drawing inspiration from the classic hit film Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, the popular Mayfair restaurant will fill its already beautiful restaurant space with chocolate, champagne, and all things whimsical. Expect oversized wonderland props, an array of sweet treats and candy cocktails to indulge in.

Bagatelle will also debut its very first Sunday roast, the roast menu will include specials of Foie Gras and Herford Duck Crown with dark chocolate spiced sauce and all roast trimmings. For an extra special touch, Chef Rocco Seminara will be re-creating the Wonka Bar – 5 Wonka Bars will be handed out per night for guests to have the chance to win the ‘golden ticket’.

The golden ticket will include a prize of dinner for four and a bottle of something special. Guests are encouraged to sport their very best, most imaginative, and creative Charlie and The Chocolate Factory-inspired costumes. 

Bagatelle & The Chocolate Factory is available from Sunday 31st March to Sunday 7th April. Please note Bagatelle will be closed on Saturday 30th March and Saturday 6th March. For every attendee, Bagatelle will donate £1 to the Magic Breakfast charity. 


34 Dover St, London W1S 4NG

Sticks’n’Sushi Unveils Sakura Season Celebrations 

The dual Danish and Japanese heritage restaurant Sticks’n’Sushi will be commemorating Sakura season – the arrival of spring and new beginnings, with two brand-new Sakura-inspired specials and stunning Cherry Blossom installations across their UK restaurants. Perfectly timed to coincide with Easter festivities, the limited-edition specials include a cherry fondant which draws inspiration from Sticks’n’Sushi’s Matcha fondant dessert appealing to all dessert lovers.

Accompanying this is the Sakura Hanami Cocktail which harnesses the essence of spring and is a true seasonal blend, featuring Umeshu plum wine, Moose sour cherry liqueur, and Mountain Everleaf which boasts twelve sustainably sourced botanicals including Cherry Blossom, Rosehip and Strawberry. The two new specials of the Sakura menu are the perfect delights to raise a toast and celebrate the Sakura and Easter season.

Families dining with Sticks’n’Sushi during the Easter break will have the option to join in with origami activities and will receive a delicious Easter egg to add joy to the holiday weekend. 

The Sakura menu is available from Friday 22nd March till Sunday 31st March, the limited-edition specials will be available throughout all twelve Sticks’n’Sushi UK restaurants.


Easter Afternoon Tea at The Stafford London 

A season that calls for getting together over immaculate spreads head to The Stafford London for a quaint Easter Afternoon Tea. Created by The Stafford’s pastry chef Magdalena Velczenbach and culinary director Lisa Goodwin-Allen, delight in a seasonal twist on the famed afternoon tea spread with a menu of freshly baked scones and delicate finger sandwiches. Presented on the golden trolley anticipate hot cross buns, seasonal cakes, pastries and their signature Vanilla and raspberry white mouse with an Easterly twist. 

The Stafford Afternoon Tea will be available from 25th March to the 1st of April from 12 pm to 5.30 pm, priced at £70pp or £87pp with a glass of Louis Roederer 243 collection. 


16-18 St James’s Pl, St. James’s, London SW1S 1NJ 

Coq D’argent Launches a New Sunday Roast

Located in the heart of the City, the renowned Coq D’argent rooftop restaurant is set to launch its new Sunday Roast also known as, ‘Les Rotisseries du Coq d’Argent’ on Easter Sunday. The menu created by Head Chef Damien Rigollet, puts a classic French twist on the traditional British Sunday feast.

The Sunday roast menu celebrates hearty flavours and comforting ingredients and will be served across two or three courses, priced at an exceptional value. Highlights of the menu include a choice between a 40-day dry-aged Angus Hereford Sirloin, an Alan Barrow Brook Street Farm leg of lamb or a French whole cornfed baby chicken. All the above will be served with red wine jus, root vegetables, roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings and of course will end with a delicious pudding. 

Coq d’Argent will serve the Sunday Roast menu every Sunday from 31st March between 12pm – 4pm.


1 Poultry, London EC2R 8EJ