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Treat your mum this

Mother's Day

Mother's Day at Heddon Street Kitchen

Sunday 31 March

This Mother's Day, make it one to remember and show mum just how much she means to you by treating her to Mother's Day at Heddon Street Kitchen.

On Sunday 31 March, bring your mum to Heddon Street Kitchen for a special Mother's Day in Central London, a stone's throw from Regent Street. Sit back and melt into the buttery leathers of the restaurant while we serve up a range of delicious dishes that mums are sure to delight in.

Start your meal with a sumptuous starter - choose from tamarind spiced chicken wings, spicy tuna tartare, potted salt beef brisket, or our superfood salad. Moving on to mains, we have the roasted cod with crushed potatoes, mushroom, truffle and ricotta tortelloni, or keep things traditional with a Sunday roast. 

There's always room for dessert too, of course. Don't miss out on chocolate fondant and salted caramel ice cream, pineapple and kiwi carpaccio, or sticky toffee pudding with banana caramel and clotted cream ice cream. 

Facepainting for the Kids

As mother's day is a family affair, there will be a facepainter on hand between 12-4pm to keep the kids entertained!

3 Courses for £50 per person 

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Treat Mum to a delicious Sunday dining experience in the West End. 

Gifts & Experiences

You can also buy your mum the perfect Mother's Day gift with a Gordon Ramsay gift experience.

Spoil mum with Private Dining

If you want to make Mother's Day extra special, then why not treat your mum to a Kitchen Table or Private Dining experience at Heddon Street Kitchen? Our Kitchen Table is located close to the action of the kitchen, and chefs will present their dishes straight to your table. Upstairs we have an intimate private dining room separated from the main restaurant. 

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