5 best Easter feasts to enjoy if you don’t want to cook a Sunday Roast this bank holiday weekend

We've got your Easter weekend feasting sorted if you don't want to be stuck in the kitchen this bank holiday.

Easter weekend is finally upon us and it’s safe to say we’ve all been long looking forward to this bank holiday weekend – and the delicious food that will come along with it.

From an abundance of chocolate eggs and other confectionery, this weekend signals a cemented move into spring – so expect to see lots of roast lamb dishes; spring tarts and many more recipes filling your social media feeds.

But if you’re not up for cooking a feast – and there’s no shame in this if you simply want to relax this weekend – we have some excellent Easter celebratory meals for you to lust upon (and eventually enjoy!) this bank holiday.

Easter weekend with 28-50’s lamb

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Spend your Easter celebrations at 28-50

Easter 2022 is a rather fun celebration at 28-50 Chelsea and South Kensington – as both restaurants will be offering a limited edition dish across the whole weekend. Guests can devour a delicious lamb saddle served with Wye Valley asparagus, Jersey Royal potatoes and lamb jus – for just £24.95. You’ll forget about a homemade Sunday Roast in no time.

Complement this gorgeous meal with 28-50’s fabulously curated wine list and fully enjoy this bank holiday weekend with family and/or friends. A la carte menu dishes still remain, including the confit duck leg with Jerusalem artichokes, braised shallots and blackberry jus – as well as the renowned cheeseburger with smoked bacon and truffle mayo. If you’re craving something sweet to finish the meal, why not enjoy the lemon posset blood orange and sable biscuit – or caffeine lovers can opt for the coffee crème brûlée. 

Made In Oldstead by Tommy Banks

If you don’t want to dine out on this bank holiday weekend, you can still enjoy an Easter meal cooked for you. Yorkshire-based Michelin-starred chef, Tommy Banks has a three-course feast ready to be delivered to your door. Known for his sustainable efforts in the kitchen, the menu focuses on ingredients which are foraged, picked or grown on or around Tommy’s family farm in Oldstead. Devour lamb neck with turnip velouté, lamb rump with a mini lamb pie nad porached rhubarb topped with a rosemary gel and cocoa crumb – with vegetarian and pescatarian options available too.

Duck & Waffle’s limited edition Golden Duck Egg Dessert

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Duck & Waffle give the humble chocolate Easter egg a run for its money

Finger always on the pulse with anything decadent and occasion-themed, Duck & Waffle has created an indulgent Golden Duck Egg dessert for guests to enjoy across Easter weekend.

Paired with one of London’s most iconic views, the decadent dessert features an orange puree yolk, surrounded by a light Valrhona Oplays white chocolate mousse and is encased in tempered Valrhona millk chocolate. Pasty Chef Singer’s creation is almost too beautiful to eat – almost – and is served with a maple caramel syrup. Why not make a meal of it and enjoy the traditional Easter Sunday or Monday lunch of a whole roast leg of lamb, with all the trimmings, this weekend too?

Easter for two from Pied à Terre

One of London’s oldest Michelin-starred restaurants is also catering for those who enjoy the finer eats in life this Easter, with a three-course vegan feast for two. The box includes a number of delicious dishes – including carrot patch hummus, “egg” plant casserole and a divine hot cross bun and butter pudding.

Easter Feasting on the 32nd Floor of The Shard at Oblix 

Indulge in Easter afternoon tea at Oblix

Make this Easter weekend unforgettable – or the food, at least, with an exciting trip up The Shard in London. Oblix West will be serving a limited edition Easter bottomless brunch, with guests able to choose from the Rosé Brunch or the Champagne Brunch. Available across Saturday and Sunday in Oblix West, executive chef Marcus Eaves has curated a selection of starters including burrata, truffle flatbread or Diver scallops, as well as sea bass with lemon hollandaise, wild mushroom orzo with summer truffle and cashew cheese or signature pepper steak for mains. An Easter-themed dessert platter for the table is the perfect way to finish the meal.

Those dining at Oblix East will be treated to a sophisticated Easter Afternoon Tea, featuring seasonally-appropriate sandwiches, freshly-made scones and a variety of chocolate-themed sweet treats. There’s also a giveaway up for grabs, with one lucky winner receiving a golden ticket along with their Afternoon Tea and being treated to a limited edition homemade Oblix Easter egg.

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