You can still treat Mum this Mother’s Day with a meal delivery
Hopefully it won’t be long before we can enjoy eating out again, but for now we’ll have to make do with ordering a special food delivery for mum. Here are a few ideas for special treats for mum this Mother’s Day 2021 from afternoon cream teas to free desserts. Understandably, there aren’t as many deals running as usual so for that reason I’ve included a range of prices.
Frankie Loves Ava
Treat a mum this Mother’s Day to an afternoon cream tea for two for £30. Your picnic will include Roasted Tomato and Goats Cheese Tarts, Scones with Clotted Cream & Raspberry Jam, cakes, choc dipped strawberries, Pink Gin Truffles and a bottle of fizz. To order email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bank Tavern
The Bank Tavern is doing a special Mother’s Day lunch for two for £50, but you’ll have to get your order in quick. The menu looks delicious starting with Grilled halloumi and Quinoa salad and Lamb Rump Steak with Creamy Polenta and Bacon Green Beans for main. To book a delivery for this week send an email to email@example.com.
Frankie and Benny’s
Mother’s Day hack: order a meal deal for 4 for your mum, which includes three pastas, one pizza, one garlic bread, and two free desserts over Mother’s Day weekend.
Mother’s Day Box
This is a Sweet Gift box for Mum or Gran that comes with two apple and pear tarte tatin, two petite victoria sponges, two scones and jam and two salted caramel brownies. It’s all vegan and you can add some daffodils for £1.50. You’ll have to get your order in quick by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sri Lankian takeaway on Gloucester Road has a special offer on where Mum can choose a large meal from the menu for free! Just pop in the code ONEFORMUM.
Does Mum love a Mexican? There’s 20% off at Chiquitos through Vouchercloud or Groupon this Mother’s Day.
If you’ve never used UberEATS then download the app and get £10 off using my referral code eats-jackiea4030ue. There are loads of restaurants to choose from and I get an incentive too if you use the code, so win win!. More from Broke in Bristol (& beyond):