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Mother’s Day: Pearl & Groove, Boisdale and The Ivy

If Mothering Sunday has suddenly caught up with you and you’re stuck for somewhere to treat your darling mother, SEEN has you covered for three luxury destinations.

Why not settle in for a tasty tea at funky Pearl & Groove on world-famous Portobello Road? Spoil your Mum this Mother’s day by treating her to some of the best cakes in London, with funky options such as banana and peanut butter cake, earl grey and poppy seeds topped with a rose petal, or splash out with the blueberry and chocolate cake. You won’t be short on choice; this bakery is definitely set to impress any Mum on their big day! Pearl & Groove will also be hosting a flower arranging class with @FlowersByDaisy on the 23rd March, 7 – 8.30pm, specifically for Mother’s Day – book your tickets with @ObbyUK.


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Pearl & Groove
341 Portobello Road
W10 5SA

Or, indulge your Mum with quintessential British luxury at Boisdale of Mayfair. If you’re spending your day shopping in London with your Mum on Mother’s day, don’t forget to stop for a well deserved break with an all-important cup of tea at a little haven of ‘Britishness’ set in London’s Gastronomic heartland, Mayfair. Boisdale of Mayfair is the perfect quiet retreat after a long day pacing the streets of Central London!

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Boisdale of Mayfair
12 North Row

Treat your Mum this year with some tasty chocolates from The Ivy,
which turns 100 this year. They have created these indulgent treats as one way to mark the occasion. Designed to replicate the iconic, diamond-shaped windows is a box that encases a collection of beautiful Ivy chocolates, these sumptuous truffles are the perfect sweet treat to spoil any deserving recipient. Each Box costs £15 and contains 9 delectable truffles. Truffle Boxes are available at The Ivy, West Street and The Mount Street Deli.

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The Ivy
1 – 5 West Street

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