Mother’s Day takes place on the fourth Sunday of the month and this year, it happens to be the 26th March. While you may think you’ve still got plenty of time to book a table, restaurants will be filling up pretty quickly. If you’re undecided on where to take your mum for Sunday lunch, take a look at our pick of restaurants and make a booking, pronto.
If your mum hasn’t been to Chapel 1877 before, she’s in for a real treat. This renovated 3 storey chapel flaunts a striking interior and, if you’re lucky enough to be seated at a private booth, your mum is certain to feel special at this beautiful restaurant.
Tuck into a tasty three course meal for just £29 per person between 12 and 5pm and soak up the intimate ambience as you enjoy quality time with your mum. And, better yet, a gift will be included in the price. You’ll have to book a table at Chapel 1877 to find out what it is!
This restaurant is the perfect place to go for lunch on Mother’s Day, particularly if your mum likes cocktails. The bartenders are connoisseurs when it comes to making sumptuous cocktails, so why not treat your mum to her favourite this Mother’s Day?
She’ll be spoilt for choice by the extensive menu, which includes roast beef, lamb, pork loin or fig and dolcelatte nut roast. Sounds sensational, right? Be sure to book a table at this swanky bar and restaurant to avoid missing out on three delicious courses for just £20.95.
If your mum loves pizza, treat her to a three course meal at Pizza Express. Cardiff has two restaurants in the city centre so you’re bound to get a table at this much loved Italian chain.
The set menu will not disappoint, plus it includes a complimentary glass of prosecco for mum! From £16.95 per person, you really can’t go wrong. Make your mum feel special this Mother’s Day by treating her to freshly made pizza in a stylish setting, without breaking the bank.
Park Plaza’s restaurant, Laguna Kitchen & Bar, is offering a three course meal you won’t want your mum to miss out on. The award-winning AA Rosette restaurant is serving up a variety of appetising main courses, including roast sirloin of Welsh beef, braised shank of Welsh lamb and many more mouth-watering dishes.
Three courses will set you back £28.95 which isn’t bad for a restaurant with a prestigious AA Rosette and, of course, your mum is worth it anyway!
Lunching in the Welsh capital’s city centre this Mother’s Day may tempt you to move within walking distance of these eateries and the many other things Cardiff has to offer.
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