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‘Twid’ Presents a Mother’s Day Treat with an Operatic Twist

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SEEN has learned of a refreshingly different Mothering Sunday experience: newly opened TWID Cocktail Bar & Restaurant, located near to Battersea Reach on the York Road, London, is offering a show-stopping Mother’s Day with a wow factor. Packed with drama, opera and incredible food, TWID clearly intends to make Mother’s Day the stuff of legend.

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Opera, theatre and amazing food all in one wonderfully atmospheric sitting. Just walking into TWID is like entering another world – an unforgettable experience – but for this Sunday only, Mum’s the only word in town.

From the first moment you enter this unique cocktail bar and restaurant, you’ll find yourself on a theatrical journey into a world of elegance, drama and creative genius. The décor and furnishings are pure Victorian theatre with cosy booths downstairs or balcony tables upstairs and though this alone would delight any mother, there is so much more going on at TWID – London’s most magical dining venue.

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Between 12pm and 3pm on Mothering Sunday, renowned opera soprano Sanja Simic will perform live, while diners enjoy delicious sharing plates from the eclectic, vibrant Modern European menu. And, as a special treat, every Mum and their direct family members will receive a free ‘Hugo’ Mother’s Day, which is a blend of Prosecco, elderflower cordial and Germain liqueur – TWID’s gift to you to celebrate the occasion.

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So, incredible food, dramatic and breathtakingly beautiful décor, a passionate operatic performance and a free cocktail. It’s a Mother’s Day guaranteed to live long in the memory. Trust us, she’ll love it.

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www.twid-restaurantbar.co.uk

TWID
228 York Road,
Battersea
London
SW11 3SJ

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