Easter in Marylebone – Part 2


We can think of no better place to enjoy the Easter period than our own vibrant, individual, cosmopolitan Marylebone. Here is a selection of fun, interesting and tempting ideas to enjoy this Easter:

Embrace your inner child and enjoy a modern take on the traditional afternoon tea at the Mad Hatters Tea Party at The Sanderson Hotel. The experience down the rabbit hole is one you will never forget. Kids big and small will thoroughly delight in the inspired treats the Chef has intricately designed: the menus placed within vintage books, riddle-wrapped napkins, homemade ‘marshmallow mushrooms’, ‘tick tock’ sponge clocks and ‘jelly wonderlands’ amongst the three tier set of indulgent sweet and savoury treats paired with a range of unique teas served in fabulous teapots by Luna & Curious. Just don’t get confused between the tea and ‘Drink Me’ potion……

Served daily and reservations are essential (020 7300 5588)

Once again the team at La Fromagerie have organised their annual Easter Cookie Workshop on 3rd April 9.30-11am. Suitable for ages 3-9, mini Chefs will thrill in decorating a range of delicious Easter treats including gingerbread men, Easter cookies, buns and Easter nests.

Book tickets in advance (020 7935 0341)

There are many interesting walks through Regents Park including the Bird Walk starting at Clarence Gate in Baker Street, heading over the bridge towards the lake. You can get close to wild birds and view huge varieties including Whooper, Mute Swan, Ruddy Duck, Heron, Wagtail and Pipits. Optimum time to catch sight of birds flying over the park is the first few hours after dawn. Then continue heading towards Inner Circle and you’ll be ready for a welcome coffee and pastry at the Regents Bar and Kitchen (open from 8am)!

More info: royalparks.org.uk

Cheer on the rowers for the BNY Mellon Boat Race on Saturday 11th April from one of the many lookout spots in Fulham, Putney, Barnes and Hammersmith. Fill your hamper with pies, chutney and preserves from The Ginger Pig; salads, meats and sandwiches from The Natural Kitchen, finished off with cinnamon buns from Nordic Bakery. Bring on picnic weather!

Galvin Bistrot de Luxe on Baker Street serves a deluxe menu throughout the Easter bank holiday weekend. 3 course menu priced at £29pp will feature Bistrot classics along with a traditional roast. Children have the opportunity to join in the egg hunt too.

Reserve on 020 7935 4007

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