A London Easter guide of weekend evens and destinations for tasty Easter inspired dines for adults and families.

If you are staying in London for the Easter weekend and looking to do something else when you are not busy munching on all the chocolates and Easter roast. There are loads of interesting activities to do in London.  

Mad Hatters Afternoon Tea at Sanderson Hotel

Mad Hatters Afternoon Tea and ballet at Sanderson London, the original lifestyle hotel, is inviting people to explore their curiosity with an Alice in Wonderland inspired ballet performance during its Mad Hatters Afternoon Teas, taking place on 30th and 31st March only. How about a nice cup of tea?

Priced at £55.00 per person, on 30th and 31st March only, the Mad Hatters Afternoon Tea will get curiouser and curiouser as guests will be wowed by an Alice in Wonderland inspired ballet performance as they discover the magic of Alice’s beloved story, brought to life with the Sanderson’s expertly crafted Afternoon Tea menu.

The ballet performance, which will run at 1:15pm, 2:30pm, and 4:00pm across both days, has been choreographed by Jenna Lee, Creative Director of JLee Productions, who is a former English National Ballet soloist.

Inspired by the whimsical world of Alice in Wonderland, guests will enjoy king and queen adorned teapots filled with teas, before tucking into Waldorf Forest Double Decker, Tea Party, Cheshire Cat and Mad Hatter sandwiches, homemade sultana and plain scones and theme inspired desserts.

Sakura at Sticks’n’Sushi

This Easter happened to fall on one of the most mesmerising events of the year – Sakura season. Sticks’n’Sushi is celebrating this year’s Sakura season with a series of stunning Cherry Blossom installations and two brand-new cherry inspired specials.

Available until Sunday 31st March, the limited-edition specials is available throughout all twelve Sticks’n’Sushi UK restaurants.

Perfectly timed to coincide with Easter festivities, Sticks‘n’Sushi, known for its dual Japanese and Danish heritage, has created an elevated Sakura experience by transforming its restaurants, making them the perfect space to relax and enjoy the seasonal dishes.

Each restaurant will boast an individual display featuring the delicate beauty of cherry blossoms, which are the symbolic flower of spring, representing renewal of time.

Sticks’n’Sushi Canary Wharf showcases the largest Sakura installation with beautiful blossoms. While Greenwich, Wimbledon, King’s Road, Soho, White City and Kingston captivates guests with their stunning Ikebana displays. Ikebana is the Japanese art of flower arrangement that emphasises harmony, balance, and simplicity.

Sunday Roast Coq d’Argent

Coq d’Argent is also introducing something Easter related this weekend – Sunday roast but with a bit of a French touch.

A stone away from Bank station this fine French restaurant is launching a three course Sunday menu for only £35. To our surprise the portions are rather generous, breaking the French stigma for petit dishes while the ingredients are top notch.

The highlights of the menu include garlic snails, venison tartar, oysters along the mains such as beef roast of course, grilled sea trout, Italian veal to name a few.

To round up the dine guests can choose from French classical desserts such as tarte tatin, chocolate fondant or a cheese board for those preferring less sweet.

Located at the top floor guests can choose to be seated inside or as it’s finally warming up there is also a sunny terrace (with heaters just in case) for al frenco dining.

Immersive Experience Balloon Museum

Finally why not pair an Easter meal, roast or afternoon tea with a fun art exhibition? A short walk from London Bridge this immersive experience location offers a whole range of exhibitions including Emotion Air.

Balloon Museum is a format created by a curatorial team that designs and realizes contemporary art exhibitions with specific works in which ‘air’ is a distinctive element.

Art one can touch, to live with and share, never static that creates an innovative relationship with the user, giving life to an experiential path of socialization.

The museum is suited for both adults and children alike and popular throughout a number of destinations including Naples, Barcelona and New York.