Still haven’t sorted out your Mother’s Day plans? Never fear, About Time is here:

1. For a Mini Break: Dorset Square Hotel


For a luxury break, you can’t beat the Dorset Square Hotel. Celebrate Mother’s Day with a night in the beautiful Regency townhouse, Dorset Square Hotel, and take in the best of London. For Mother’s Day, Mums are spoilt with an upgrade to Luxury Room, an exclusive Kit Kemp designed scarf, a glass of champagne on arrival and English breakfast the following morning. Overlooking a private leafy garden, minutes from Baker Street station, Dorset Square Hotel is perfectly placed for a staycation in London. A short stroll from Regent’s Park and the independent boutiques of Chiltern Street and Marylebone Village, you can enjoy a unique London village atmosphere before heading into the West End for the latest theatre shows and exhibitions.

Price: Rates from £246 inclusive of VAT are subject to availability

2. For a Pamper Day: Sixtyone


Struggling with ideas to spoil your amazing mum this year? For only £59 per person, Sixtyone in Marylebone are giving you the opportunity to relax and unwind alongside your mum this Mother’s Day with a delicious 3-course lunch and pampering time in the spa. Spoil yourselves with a glass of champagne on arrival and pamper yourselves for two whole hours in the five-star Montcalm Hotel spa with 5% off any treatment. After a heavenly few hours, enjoy a delicious three-course lunch, boasting favourites such as beef, sea bass and oak smoked salmon. Last but not least, show mum how much she means to you with a special gift to make sure she has the perfect day that she definitely deserves!

Price: £59 per person for three-course lunch, glass of champagne, gift and two hours in the hotel spa.

3. For Indian Food: Darbaar


Darbaar is the latest venture from award-winning Chef Abdul Yaseen – where traditional Indian cooking is given a new, modern twist at a rather swish, East London venue. Showcasing a mouth-watering menu inspired by the Royal courts of India, if you’re mum likes Indian food, this is the place for you. Come here for all the Indian goodness; dishes include Nawabi slow roasted leg of lamb, Keralan shrimp cocktail and kid goat biryani. To celebrate this occasion, every Mother’s Day booking will be entered into a prize draw and one lucky mum and their guest of choice will be offered the chance to have a private cookery class with Chef Abdul to recreate a chosen dish from the menu. Lovely.

Price: Dishes £5

4. For Fancy Brunch: Berners Tavern


Berners Tavern, Jason Atherton’s upmarket Modern British restaurant, couldn’t be better for Mother’s Day – with its sexy, cool interiors, slick service and fantastic food, it’s sure to impress. Why not treat her, and make a reservation at one of the most sought-after restaurants in London. Dine surrounded by 211 photographic portraits as brunch is served, and mix with the trendy crowd. Dishes include, savoury Moroccan fried eggs and tomato fondue or sweet and indulgent brioche French toast with smoked streaky bacon and maple syrup. Post-brunch, take to nearby Oxford Street and spoil her rotten.

Price: Dishes from £6

5. For Afternoon Tea: Pont St


If you’re looking for a special afternoon tea, look no further than Belgravia’s Pont St, headed up by Executive Chef Sophie Michell. This year, Mother’s Day at Pont St will be an opulent affair with a champagne afternoon tea inspired by Marie Antoinette. Expect all the treats; the menu includes savouries such as foie gras on brioche toast, cheese balls with quince and Hollandaise quail egg tartlets, and finger sandwiches. Sweet treats such as champagne lychee jelly with rosewater cream, absinthe choux and chocolate opera cake sit alongside classic scones with jam and clotted cream. All mothers will be given a gift to take home to mark the special day.

Price: Available Sunday 6th March from 1pm – 5pm – £50 per person with a glass of Ruinart Champagne.

6. For French Food: L’Escargot


French food is always a winner for Mother’s Day – it’s luxurious, decadent, and just a touch sexy. If you’re looking for an unlimited food affair, head to Soho’s L’Escargot – this eccentric Soho institution is a great place to celebrate with gourmet food and drinks in a luxurious, relaxed setting. L’Escargot serves great freshly made crepes, including include ham and Gruyere cheese, spinach and wild mushroom, Nutella, and blueberry and maple syrup. For £25.00 guests can eat as much as they desire – everything from pastries and home made granola to eggs benedict, avocado on toast, omelettes or a full English breakfast. All this can be complimented with their classic Bloody Mary’s and Bellini’s from the L’Escargot Bellini Bar.

Price: £25

7. For Cocktails: Old Bengal Bar


To celebrate the launch of Penhaligon’s new fragrance, Equinox Bloom, Old Bengal Bar in Old Street is teaming up with the luxury British perfume house to bring a sense-heightening cocktail menu set to start in time for Mother’s Day on 6th March.Taking inspiration from the luxury British perfumer’s range of beautiful scents, the bar will offer five cocktails, each based on a Penhaligon’s fragrance. Try the Levantium, which combines Hibiki Japanese Harmony, Absinthe, Peychaud, Angostura bitters and clove smoke to recreate the spicy warmth of the inspiring scent, to ‘Equinox Bloom’. Perfume and cocktails, what more could you want?

Price: Cocktails from £10

8. For British Brunch: Tom’s Kitchen


For a brunch winner, head to Tom’s Kitchen. For Mother’s Day, Tom’s Kitchen restaurants will be serving a wonderful selection of seasonal British dishes, all available from the restaurants in Chelsea, St Katharine Docks, Canary Wharf and Somerset House. They do fantastic brunch dishes, ranging from Eggs Benedict to Tom’s Full English, and sensational brioche French toast – perfect to fuel shopping trips and gallery hopping on the Kings Road. Tom’s Kitchen will also be serving the ultimate Sunday roast with all the trimmings – perfect for any family occasion. Tom’s Kitchen restaurants use the finest British ingredients to create menus that are served in a relaxed and informal environment, with all mums dining on 6th March receiving a voucher for 10% off food on a future visit, and Tom’s Kitchen Canary Wharf also hosting Children’s Arts and Crafts sessions.

Price: Dishes from £5

9. For a Feast: Pont de La Tour


If you’re looking for a three-course feast, iconic French restaurant Le Pont de la Tour will be serving a three course lunch this Mother’s Day, with dishes such as salad of golden beetroots with watercress and poached quince, pork cassoulet with lentils and a tropical dessert of soft meringue, coconut sorbet, and pineapple marmalade. And if that wasn’t enough, guests can also arrive in style by hopping aboard the Serenella, a Venetian-crafted chartered boat which will take diners along the Thames, Champagne in hand, before dropping off at the riverside restaurant.

Price: £50

10. For Italian Food: Cafe Murano


For Italian food, try the lovely Cafe Murano. Cafe Murano is launching a new Pranzo Domenica Sunday lunch menu at both the St James’s and Covent Garden restaurants, starting from Mother’s Day, Sunday 6th March. Angela has created the menu with executive head chef Sam Williams, as a nod to the traditional family Sunday meals of her childhood. With her signature style of simple, seasonal Italian cooking, the Sunday dishes are designed to bring together families and friends over shared roast cuts of meat, plates of cichetti and antipasti or bowls of fresh, silky pasta, made daily by the chefs. Indulge in some Arancini with mozzarella and basil, before enjoying antipasti such as salt cod with wet polenta or cauliflower, golden raisins and smoked ricotta. There’s also freshly made pasta dishes of spaghetti carbonara with pancetta and Orecchiette with chilli, garlic, broccoli and pecorino, and, for a sweet end to the week there’ll be tiramisu semifreddo. Glorious.

 Dishes from £6.50