Easter Bunny Breakfast at the Hard Rock Cafe

This year we celebrated Easter Hard Rock style, as we went along for a special Easter Bunny Breakfast at the Hard Rock Cafe in London.

Hard Rock Cafe is located in Old Park Lane, Mayfair and is well known for it’s American food and hard rock memorabilia which is displayed on the walls.

It was our first time visiting, so we were excited to see the clothes, photos and guitars which decorate the cafe (especially the Madonna ones)

but the kids attention was immediately drawn to the Easter Bunny, and the seasonal fun that was on offer.

The Bunny Breakfast included an American style buffet breakfast, with breads, fruits, pancakes and waffles, cooked breakfast with scrambled eggs, baked beans and all of the expected items, along with Easter bits like hot cross buns.

The breakfast buffet was available in all “all you can eat” format, which is handy with kids as they can try lots of things and go back again to get more of the bits they liked more!

The event was very child friendly with colouring and easter eggs on the tables, with treats inside like sweets or little toy chicks, and Peter Rabbit playing on the TV screens – to keep it bunny themed!

They also had face painting included for the kids, which my boys were all very keen to get done.

They could choose whatever face paint design they wanted, so we had Z as a fire dragon, T with a Pikachu design and R with an Easter egg design.

The Easter Bunny was very friendly, and happy to pose for plenty of photos. He moved around the cafe, stopping by each table so there was no need to queue up for him, which made a more relaxing atmosphere. Baby N was very interested in the bunny and he was really good with her, stopping by quite a few times.

At the end of the event, each child got a goodie bag from the Easter Bunny with an Easter egg inside (smarties and m&m eggs) as well as a few more little treats.

The Hard Rock Cafe bunny breakfast was a lovely morning, and a very relaxing way to see the Easter bunny with the kids. Tickets for this were £10 per child and £15 per adult (although we were invited to review), I thought the tickets would be very good value for all thats included: all you can eat breakfast, face painting, easter bunny, goodie bags… so I would definitely recommend this for next year and will have a look out for other family friendly events throughout the year.

Visit hardrockcafe.com to find out more about visiting. 

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