Saturday, 22 March 2008

Save Some Room For Lunch

How many of you have spent the last week nibbling, licking and sinking your teeth into those egg-shaped treasures of pleasure? Easter is a good excuse for gorging yourself on choccy treats but you didn’t need to wait - calorific cream eggs have been on sale since Christmas!

In Christian history, the egg represents the rebirth of man or the resurrection of Christ but, despite extensive research, I cannot find any genuine justification for the chocolate content! So, as I am on a diet this year and will not be partaking, I will stand in judgement upon you all and say “Bad boys and girls!” Enjoy!

If you are not full up from a week of gluttony then here are some last minute ideas for lunch tomorrow in London.

Covent Garden Grill

If you are doing a little sightseeing then work your way to Covent Garden and this modern but unpretentious restaurant. The diverse international menu offers good value. If you are using the London Pass and order two main meals then you will receive a free bottle of house wine per couple.

Porters English Restaurant

If you fancy something a little more wholesome and the old fashioned homemade English food that none of us indulge in these days then this is the place to go! Incredible value for money and a warm inviting atmosphere make Porters the perfect venue for Easter lunch. With the London Pass you’ll get a bottle of house wine per couple if you order at least two courses from the main menu.

Thai Square Restaurant, Trafalgar Square

You’ve finished feeding the pigeons in Trafalgar Square and are feeling a little peckish for something not traditionally “Easter”. The flagship restaurant in the Thai Square Group offers authentic Thai cuisine in Thai-inspired surroundings. If you have a London Pass then you will receive a fantastic 20% off all food and drink from the a la carte menu!

As for me, I’ll be at home with a lettuce leaf or two but I wish you all a very Happy Easter!

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