Five Easter themed dishes to try

A number of restaurants and street food specialists are creating special treats to celebrate Easter, from a sweet slider dish comprising Creme Egg to a unique scotch egg creation.

The Creme Egg burger has returned, however this time it will be deep fried
The Creme Egg burger has returned, however this time it will be deep fried

K West Hotel & Spa's Crème Egg burger

The London hotel's Studio Kitchen has brought its Crème Egg burger back for another year, adding the dish to its dessert menu and Spring Rocks afternoon tea offering. The slider-sized dish features a 'patty' comprising melted Crème Egg which, in a new twist, is now deep fried and battered. It sits atop mascarpone cream and jam, and the burger’s brioche bun is covered in white chocolate and raspberry sprinkles. The sliders are priced at £5.50 for two, and they are available throughout the Easter period. 

Where: Richmond Way, London W14 0AX

The Cocktail Trading Company Brick Lane gets 'Eggsperimental'

The Cocktail Trading Company Brick Lane has devised the Eggsperimental Cocktail Cup for Easter. Served in an egg cup, the creation features a panna cotta-filled egg shell which patrons are invited to snack on as they sip the accompanying cocktail. The latter comprises Breakfast Brandy, peach, blood orange, fresh tarragon and sparkling wine. A Cheerio brittle is also added to complete the beverage/dish hybrid.

Where: 68 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6GQ


ETM Group’s Easter bunny burger

Pub and restaurant chain ETM Group has devised the Hot Cross Bunny Burger for Easter. Central to the dish is the rabbit patty, which is paired with smoked bacon, mushroom and Lincolnshire rarebit. In true Easter style, the aforementioned ingredients are served in between a freshly made hot cross bun. The burger is available at selected ETM venues from tomorrow (25 March) until 1 April.

Where: Venues throughout London

Bunnychow's Easter brioche 

South African street food vendor Bunnychow specialises in hollowing out freshly baked loaves of bread and filling them with an array of ingredients, and it has developed a special variety for Easter. Those who visit the company's London outpost can expect to find mini brioche creations filled with dark chocolate ganache and topped with matcha green tea bread crumbs. 

Where: 74 Wardour Street, London W1F 0TE


Kensington Palace reinvents the scotch egg 

The D&D group venue’s head chef, Tim Peirson, has created a unique variation of the scotch egg for Easter. Available from 25-28 March, the smoked bacon and apple scotch egg shines the spotlight on the humble savoury egg at a time when much attention is placed on its sweet counterpart.  

Where: 201-209 Kensington Church Street, London W8 7LX

More: Four Irish dishes to devour in celebration of St Patrick's Day

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