‘Tis that time of year again, when we celebrate our mothers by treating them to breakfast in bed, a ladies lunch or a fine wine and dining experience.
If you’re still unsure of where to take your mum this Sunday, we’ve come up with a list of the best Mother’s Day deals at some of Melbourne’s best venues.
A Japanese degustation
Indulge in a 8 course degustation including: edamame, a premium sashimi selection, Wagyu beef tataki, chicken thigh yakitori skewers, Crushed prawn katsu with tonkatsu and plum tartar sauces, seared scallops with butter and soy topped with bonito, daikon salad with fried yuba and spicy black vinegar karaage with chicken and rice.
More Information: http://newsletter.kumoizakaya.com.au/email.asp?newsletterID=8474
A vintage affair
Bursaria Fine Foods and Vintage Affair
For the high socie-tea mother and daughter catch-up, take the trip to Abbotsford Convent for a morning or afternoon tea. Each sitting will feature classic high tea cuisine: chicken and almond sandwiches, smoked salmon blinis, and handmade cakes. Bursaria’s homemade scones with clotted cream and their authentic raspberry jam, all served on Vintage Affair’s classic tea cups, crockery and serving plates. A selection of tea will be offered, alongside coffee, rosewater lemonade, and a celebratory glass of bubbles – a true 1950s style garden party, lovely!
More information: http://bursaria.com.au/vintage-mothers-day-delight-sunday-12th-may-2013/
A new release
For the film buff mothers and daughters Cinema Nova is hosting an exclusive film event on Sunday the 12th, this includes a high tea at the cinemas, bubbly and chocolate included! From 11am, there are screenings on throughout the day as you and your mother sit back and relax while a meal of your choice is served.
Price: $39 for single course, $59 for three-courses, includes cinema admission. (Per person)
More information: http://www.cinemanova.com.au/catalogue/deluxe/
‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ at ACMI
If your mum has a penchant for diamonds and old time Hollywood why not take a trip to ACMI? Screenings of the Capote classic Breakfast at Tiffany’s will be running this Sunday in conjunction with the Hollywood costume exhibition, which showcases the exact Givenchy dress Audrey Hepburn donned for the film.
Price: $12 for film screening, and $22.50 for Hollywood Costume Exhibition
More information: http://www.acmi.net.au/seniors_breakfast_at_tiffanys.aspx
Take her to the pub!
The menu includes Sashimi grade tuna ceviche served with watermelon and native lime, slow roasted pork, pine mushroom, sherry roasted shallots and quince aioli, and for dessert a goats cheese cajeta and salted caramel cheesecake flautas with drunken quince. If you want to show mum you care but aren’t the best cook, let the experts take care of it and indulge. There’s even some Laurent Perrier Champagne on arrival.
Price: $79 per person
More information: http://newmarketstkilda.com.au/