Beautiful Belgravia is buzzing with brilliant things to do this spring, from Mother’s Day afternoon teas to the Belgravia in Bloom flower festival in May.

What’s on this spring in Belgravia

  1. Plan the perfect Mother’s Day in Belgravia with our guides to top restaurants, unique gift ideas, afternoon teas and luxury hotel stays. 19 March, 2023. 
  2. For an unforgettable Mother’s Day treat, book afternoon tea at Biscuiteers or get creative with a candle making workshop at MasterPeace.

Plates filled with pretty cakes and pastries

3. Get your fill of fabulous florals at Belgravia in Bloom, when the neighbourhood comes alive with epic flower installations. 22-29 May, 2023.

Belgravia in Bloom 2022. Photo credit: Matt Crossick/PA Wire

Easter treats

4. Shop for Easter chocolate classics at Rococo on Motcomb Street, where you’ll find indulgent truffles and luxury Easter eggs.

5. Find showstopping Easter eggs, Easter decorations, Easter craft activities, seasonal baked goods (think hot cross buns!) and tabletop decorations at Daylesford Organic on the Pimlico Road.

6. Discover Easter eggs galore at Waitrose on Motcomb Street.

7. Head to all-day bakery Ole & Steen on Eccleston Place from 21 March to 17 April to enjoy egg-citing Easter treats, including hot cross buns, Chicken Little marshmallow whips (pictured below), as well as rye sandwiches and Danish pastries. Visit the Belgravia bakery during the Easter holidays (from 3 to 10 April) to play Hide & Cheep. Every day, the bakery will hide two cute fluffy chick toys. Attached to each fluffy chick will be a voucher, entitling the seeker to a free Chicken Little whip and a hot drink of their choice. And they get to keep the cute little chicken too!

A tray containing three yellow cakes that resemble baby chicks

Alfresco dining in Belgravia

8. Soak up the sun with a spot of alfresco dining in Belgravia.

9. Book a terrace table at Michelin-starred restaurant Pétrus by Gordon Ramsay.

10. Escape the bustle by tucking into breakfast, brunch or lunch in rustic-chic restaurant The Buttery‘s country-style garden, a peaceful oasis dotted with comfy sofas and deckchairs, shady spots and pretty parasols.

11. If you’re visiting London design hub Pimlico Road, grab a bite to eat outside cosy French bistro La Poule au Pot or sink your teeth into a healthy salad outside cafe-deli Daylesford Organic.

12. Tuck into Sardinian dishes at Olivo on Eccleston Street near Victoria station.

13. Sip a glass of wine with friends in the courtyard of Amie Wine Studio in Eccleston Yards.

14. Treat yourself to a lazy lunch or afternoon aperitivo at The Garden Terrace at The Hari Hotel.

15. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch on the outdoor terrace of The Fine Cheese Company on Halkin Gardens. Between meals, the cafe also offers cheese and charcuterie boards, as well as pastries, cakes and coffee.

16. Grab a bite to eat on The Thomas Cubitt‘s suntrap terrace.

17. Head to leafy Eccleston Yards near Victoria station, which is buzzing with alfresco dining spots. Tuck into a juicy steak on the pretty terrace of Jones Family Kitchen or treat yourself to Latin American fare and creative cocktails at all-day restaurant Morena.

Freshen up your wardrobe for spring

18. Shop for effortlessly elegant shirts at With Nothing Underneath on Elizabeth Street.

19. Discover ME + EM on Elizabeth Street, home to a glittering collection of designer dresses in bold colours, decorative prints and high-end fabrics.

20. Find laid-back everyday clothes made from natural fabrics at NRBY.

21. Buy iconic swimwear at Eres on Motcomb Street.

The white shopfront of the NRBY shop with two plant pots outside

Sunday roast dinners in Belgravia

22. Famous for its beef wellington, enjoy a Sunday roast at historic hidden gem, The Grenadier in Belgravia Square, popular with locals and visitors.

23. Book a table for a Sunday roast at The Alfred Tennyson, a stylish pub on quaint Motcomb Street near Knightsbridge tube.

24. Enjoy Sunday lunch at The Jones Family Kitchen in Eccleston Yards where roasts include chicken, beef sirloin, pork belly and vegetarian wellington.

25. Kids in tow? Head to family-friendly pub The Wilton Arms on quiet mews Kinnerton Street, where Sunday roasts include chicken, dry-aged sirloin and mushroom wellington, all of which are served with roasted vegetables, duck-fat roast potatoes, cauliflower cheese, buttered greens, Yorkshire pudding and lashings of gravy.

26. Head to unique Georgian institution The Thomas Cubitt to feast on a mouthwatering Sunday roast with top picks including roasted Angus beef rump, roasted lamb leg, roasted cashew and mushroom wellington or chicken.

The Thomas Cubitt

Get spruced up for spring in Belgravia

27. Visit cosmetic clinic Aesthetics Lab for facials, skin peels, microneedling, body countouring and more.

28. Revamp your nails for the new season at London Grace nail bar.

29. Transform your hair at Hershesons, Issy’s, Errol Douglas and SMUK.

The front of Errol Douglas hair salon

Workout goals

30. Burn up to 1,000 calories during a high intensity interval training session at Barry’s.

31. Sweat and stretch your way through a Vinyasa Flow yoga class at Hotpod Yoga. Heated to a steamy 37 degrees, all levels are welcome at these classes which take place in a purple-hued inflatable studio to the tune of urban-chill beats.

32.  Find your inner calm during an immersive meditation session at Re:Mind’s peaceful studio in leafy Eccleston Yards.


Breakfast in style 

33. Enjoy a breakfast of champions at The Jones Family Kitchen. If you’re feeling hungry, order the steak and eggs, while the sweet toothed can enjoy French toast or pancakes. Healthy options include salmon on rye bread and avocado on toast.

34. Start your day right with breakfast at the Insta-famous Tom Tom Coffee House. Top picks include avocado on toast and eggs on toast.

Tomtom Coffee

Coronation celebrations in Belgravia

35. Book the Coronation afternoon tea at Biscuiteers to tuck into regal treats, including Victoria sponge, and biscuits shaped like corgis and crowns.