5 of the best Mother's Day restaurant deals to treat your Mum to this Sunday

If you've forgotten that it is Mother's Day this Sunday then don't panic as we have a roundup of five of the best deals that are still available to book

Published 5th Mar 2018
Updated 18 th Sep 2023

Treat your Mum to one of these fab dining deals this Mother's Day.

From afternoon tea to three courses, there's something for all tastes and budgets.

Etive Restaurant

(43 Stevenson St, Oban PA34 5NA)

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Picture: Etive Restaurant is now open in Oban, supplied

The Taynuilt’s award-winning Etive Restaurant upped sticks and opened in Oban in January.

The restaurant, which is run by chef John McNulty and sommelier David Lapsley, focuses on innovative cooking with local produce within their affordable a la carte and tasting menus.

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This Sunday, their three course Mother's Day set menu includes dishes such as Loch Fyne smoked salmon, the Etive fish pie and slow poached rhubarb crumble - all for £28 per person.

The Stockbridge Restaurant

(54 St Stephen St, Edinburgh EH3 5AL)

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This hidden gem will open specially for Mother's Day on the 11th March.

The cosy family-run basement restaurant on St Stephen’s Street normally opens in the daytime by request only, but will open its doors early for mothers and families to enjoy a celebratory lunch between 12:30 and 2:00pm.

Every Mum will be welcomed with a complimentary glass of fizz, before tucking into a contemporary Scottish menu in the two AA Rosette restaurant.

Dishes on the Mother's Day menu include: Wild mushroom soup with croutons; Butternut squash tortellini with roasted squash, cherry tomatoes, wild mushrooms and sage butter sauce and Chocolate brûlée with chocolate brownie, white chocolate mousse and milk chocolate ice cream.

Malmaison, Aberdeen

(49-53 Queen's Rd, Aberdeen AB15 4YP)

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The Malmaison Hotel group have not one but three Mother's Day offerings available this weekend.

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From a Sunday lunch, £29.95 to afternoon tea, £27.50 or Sunday dinner, from £19.95, Mums' will be spoiled at each sitting with a glass of Mumm Rose Champagne or Prosecco and a gift.

The Spanish Butcher

(80 Miller St, Glasgow G1 1DT)

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This popular Spanish restaurant in Glasgow's Merchant City is sure to put a smile on the face of any Mum.

For £27 per person for three courses, the Mother's Day menu includes dishes such a Ricotta and wild mushroom stuffed courgette flowers, pan seared duck breast and churros served with a salted caramel sauce.

Their menu also includes a range of Champagne and Cava so you can celebrate your Mum in style.

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The Boathouse

(28 Shore St, Anstruther KY10 3AQ)

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Enjoy some sea air this Mother's Day at the Boathouse in Fife's picturesque fishing town of Anstruther.

The popular bistro and coffee shop is offering a high tea menu for £13.95 per person.

Main meals include, as you'd expect, East Neuk fish and chips, steak and ale pie and a smoked haddock mornay crepe.

Don't fancy a sit down meal?

Dockyard Social

(95 Haugh Rd, Glasgow G3)

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This fairly new street food market  in Glasgow offers visitors a tasty range of culinary dishes from around the world in sociable environment with live music and a variety of bespoke beers, wines and cocktails.

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This Sunday Dockyard Social has created a special Mother's Day cocktail menu with the help of Chambord.

Drinks include a Chambord Royale and a Frozen French Martini, which can be enjoyed alongside their featured street food traders, who will be serving globally-inspired brunch dishes.

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne, whisky and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind is the Food and Drink Editor and whisky writer for The Scotsman, as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.
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