Mother's Day 2024: 5 restaurants at which to treat your mum

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Five restaurants Londoners can book a meal at this Mother's Day.

Londoners wanting to make this Mother's Day a memorable one may want to book into one of these restaurants.

With Mother's Day just a few weeks away, many across the city will no doubt have started planning celebrations for their mum. 

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Whether you want to impress her with grand interiors or stunning skyline views, here are a few London eateries you can dine at together.

TH@51 

Drawing inspiration from cuisines and flavours from around the world, TH@51, which is based in Westminster, no doubt has something on its menu for the most indecisive of mums.

Where: 51 Buckingham Gate SW1E 6AF London

Nearest station: St James's Park

Carlotta

Marylebone's Italian-inspired spot Carlotta will have your mum swooning with its grand art deco style interior, including rich leather seating and curtained walls. 

Where: 77, 78 Marylebone High Street, London W1U 5JX

Nearest station: Baker Street

House of Ming 

Bringing dishes from the kitchens of ancient China to London, House Of Ming will take you and your mum on a food journey with its Sichuan and Cantonese-inspired cuisines.

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Where: St. James' Court, A Taj Hotel, 54 Buckingham Gate SW1E 6AF London

Nearest station: St James's Park

Circolo Popolare

Set in London's Fitzrovia, you and your mum will feel like you are dining outside thanks to dreamy greenery and fairy lights adorning Circolo Popolare's ceiling.

Where: 40-41 Rathbone Pl, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1HX

Nearest station: Tottenham Court Road

Vicinity 

If you want to show off the city to your mum this Mother's Day, you can't get better than dining by one of the capital's most famous landmarks, Tower Bridge, at the nearby restaurant Vicinity.

Where: St. Katharines Way Tower Hotel, London E1W 1LD 

Nearest station: Tower Hill

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