Treat your mum to a memorable Mother’s Day lunch or dinner at one of these fabulous Belgravia restaurants where you can expect stellar service, flavoursome food and swoonworthy interiors.

The Buttery

Rustic-chic dining spot The Buttery can be found in the heart of Belgravia and boasts a fabulous country garden. Part of the Lime Tree Hotel, The Buttery offers breakfasts, brunch favourites, lunches, savoury treats and homemade cakes.

Address: 135-137 Ebury St, London SW1W 9QU

Getting here: The Buttery is a five-minute walk from Victoria station.

La Poule au Pot

The inside of a restaurant with wooden chairs and tables covered in white tablecloths and bric a brac hanging from the walls

La Poule au Pot, a Belgravia institution, is filled with candlelit tables, and festoons of dried flowers and bric-à-brac, making for an intimate, quintessentially French atmosphere that matches the classically French menu. Book your table here.

Address: La Poule au Pot, 231 Ebury Street, London SW1W 8UT

Getting there: La Poule au Pot is a 10-minute walk from Sloane Square tube station.

Cubitt House pubs

Celebrate Mother’s Day in cosy surrounds at one of these handsome Cubitt House pubs: The Alfred Tennyson, The Thomas Cubitt and The Orange. When you pre-book your Mother’s Day lunch or dinner at one of the Cubitt House pubs, select the Mother’s Day “experience” on the website and on arrival, your mum will receive a complimentary Hayman’s London Light G&T, plus a small token gift to take away. This offer is available for dining parties only.  

Addresses: The Alfred Tennyson, 10 Motcomb Street, London, SW1X 8LA

The Thomas Cubitt, 44 Elizabeth Street, London SW1W 9PA

The Orange, 37-39 Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8NE

Getting there: The Alfred Tennyson is a seven-minute walk from Hyde Park Corner tube station, The Thomas Cubitt is a six-minute walk from Victoria station, and The Orange is a 10-minute walk from Sloane Square tube station.

Roof Garden and Sachi at Pantechnicon

Head to drinking and dining spot Pantechnicon to enjoy a Mother’s Day lunch at the leafy Roof Garden or chic Japanese restaurant Sachi. See the special Mother’s Day lunch menu at the leafy Roof Garden and the Mother’s Day lunch menu at chic Japanese restaurant SachiBook a table.


The inside of Mina's restaurant with pink banquet seating, wicker chairs and wooden tables with green foliage hanging from the ceiling

For a sunny slice of the Med, book a meal for Mother’s Day at Mina’s where you can expect dreamy interiors: think pink banquet seating, wicker chairs and lashings of lush greenery. Dishes are made for sharing, with highlights including creamy Italian burrata, Greek-style chicken wings and crispy courgette fries. There’s also a wide choice of tempting cocktails to choose from.

Address: Mina’s, 20 Motcomb Street, London SW1X 8LB

Getting there: Mina’s is a seven-minute walk from Knightsbridge station.

Wild by Tart

Enjoy a relaxed meal for Mother’s Day at Wild by Tart, one of Belgravia’s stylish neighbourhood restaurants in leafy Eccleston Yards, with a menu showcasing sustainable and seasonal fare. The restaurant specialises in dishes cooked on charcoal grills and wood ovens – using locally sourced ingredients, much of which come from the owners’ farms in Somerset and Northumberland.

Address: Wild by Tart,  3-4 Eccleston Place, London SW1W 9NF

Getting there: Wild by Tart is a three-minute walk from Victoria tube and train station.


The outside of a pub with one large window and two doors. In front of the pub are two planters and two barrels

Mark Mother’s Day with fine dining fare in relaxed surrounds at the Ganymede bar and restaurant in Belgravia. Named after the largest Moon of Jupiter, this restaurant’s cosy dining room is decked out with mirrors, banquettes and wood panelling, the perfect spot to indulge your mum on Mother’s Day.

Address: Ganymede, 139 Ebury St, London SW1W 9QU

Getting there: This gastropub is just a four-minute walk from Victoria Station.

The Jones Family Kitchen

Mums will be treated to a free glass of bubbles on Mother’s Day at The Jones Family Kitchen in Eccleston Yards. The free glass of bubbles will be given to every mother to accompany the restaurant’s famous Sunday roast. Other menu highlights include the dry-aged juicy steak sourced from The Ginger Pig and cooked to perfection on their Josper grill. The restaurant also offers fresh fish caught and brought up from day boats in Cornwall, as well as several vegetarian and vegan dishes. Booking a table in advance is essential.