It’s tough to think of the best ways to show mums how much we love them. Luckily Wasing Park has done the hard work for you in the form of a Mothering Sunday lunch, as it becomes a pop up restaurant for the day. Show the love and then share it, with this brilliant day out you and your family can have together.
On 6th March, Wasing Park is opening it’s Sunday afternoon doors to all and err…sundry, along with Rosie Llewelyn, chef of well known pop up A Little Lusciousness, inviting children, families, cousins and parents and anyone who’d like to enjoy a day in the beautiful grounds at Wasing Park.
The Stables Lodge will be turned into pop up restaurant and the well stocked bar will be open with wines paired by Berry Bros & Rudd also available to buy to accompany your delicious lunch.
A Little Lusciousness pop ups are friendly and relaxed events, where you can enjoy great home cooked food, made with top quality, British (where possible), seasonal ingredients. Think perfect pub food, served in beautiful venues, surrounded by people who love and appreciate good food as much as your chef Rosie does.
Rosie has been hosting pop up restaurants for over two years. Her pop up dinners in London are often sold-out events and she’s number 1 on the Grub Club website (promoting brilliant pop up restaurants across London), with over 120 5* reviews. She also writes a food blog called A Little Lusciousness that features in the top 100 UK food blogs to follow.
Glass of bubbles with gin cured salmon and horseradish cream on rye bread crisps
Truffled parsnip and celeriac soup with rapeseed oil, pickled leeks and homemade bread
Rare beef on a bed of cauliflower puree, roast cauliflower, purple sprouting broccoli with hazelnuts, chargrilled spring onions, red wine sauce and an oxtail croquette
Boozy chocolate tart with rhubarb & ginger ice cream
Blood orange and almond cake with rhubarb and ginger ice cream
(both gluten free – please specify guests’ choices when booking)
Register your ticket via the Grub Club website here
For more information on Wasing Park, click here