Monday, 10, April 2017
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Easter at The Doyle Collection, London
It's going to be egg-cellent!
From Easter egg hunts to family-friendly brunch, we round up the most egg-citing (sorry!) goings on at The Doyle Collection this Easter
Join us for afternoon tea at The Bloomsbury and you'll find beautiful egg baskets with treats from Fortnum & Mason, plus the kids will be occupied with amazing Easter eggs hidden around the hotel for them to find.
To mark Easter Weekend, The Marylebone is hosting a family-friendly brunch with Children’s Author Harriet Whitehorn, who wrote Super-Sleuth Violet Remy-Robinson and her escapades. On Sunday 16th April she will be in The Marylebone’s courtyard along with a children’s entertainer who will be whipping up balloon sculptures and getting everyone involved in fun and games. Then at 10.15am Harriet will do a reading of her newest book Violet and the smugglers. There will be a buffet brunch and an Easter egg hunt to top things off. Tickets cost £25 for adults and £15 for children (up to 12). Book now
Forget slaving over a hot stove on Easter Sunday, Town House at The Kensington is serving up an Easter feast from £27.50. Choose from the likes of soft-boiled duck egg with Wye Valley asparagus and brioche soldiers or fried pheasant eggs for starters, Devonshire beef roast or spring lamb for main and praline crème brûlée with chocolate doughnuts for dessert.
K Bar’s award-winning barman Ben Manchester has concocted a delicious chocolatey cocktail, Easter Eggstravagance includes Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban, Mozart chocolate liqueur, Warres LBV and egg yolk, garnished with a chocolate egg. For reservations and the full menu, visit townhousekensington.com/menus/.