Bond With Mom On Her Special Day

Published: 09th May 2015 06:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th May 2015 06:02 AM   |  A+A-

Special Day

With dining offers and shopping discounts, city restaurants and shopping malls are gearing up for Mother’s Day on Sunday. Besides the offers, they are setting the stage for activities like balloon sculpting, cookery and more to celebrate the mother-child bond. Here are a few options which you can indulge in, along with your mom, to celebrate her day.

Thali Treat

Hotel Savera shows its love to all mothers by offering a 50 per cent discount for them on the special day. While a brunch at Piano or Bay 146 will cost just Rs 1,100 plus taxes and Rs 1,350 plus taxes (includes select beverages), a vegetarian thali and non-vegetarian thali at Malgudi, will be priced at just Rs 650 plus taxes and Rs 825 respectively. For reservations, call 28114700 / Bay 146 - 146 9710947363 / Malgudi - 971094736 / Piano - 9710421422.

Selfie Time

Paprika in Courtyard by Marriott is arranging for a special brunch that includes a spread of culinary specialties by head chef Negi. Besides delicious food, the venue will have a live band performance and  a photo booth to etch the moment. The brunch (open between 12.30 and 4.00 pm is priced at Rs 1800 plus taxes for non-alcoholic brunch and Rs 2,300 plus taxes for alcoholic brunch. For reservation, call 66764488

Surprise Surprise!

Entrée Restaurant in E-Hotel, Express Avenue, will give away surprise gifts to mothers who  visit the restaurant with their kids, between 7 am and 11 pm. Besides, mothers get to pick an assortment of chocolates and make a customised chocolate gift box of their own. The choices include sugar free chocolates, pralines, milk chocolates and dark chocolates. For details, call 044 28463333.

Be Sweet

The French Loaf, a patisserie and bakery chain, will offer a complimentary pastry for each buy, this weekend. The motto is to reward the one who buys a pastry for his or her mom. The offer is available in all French Loaf outlets. The pastries can also be ordered at 3221 6627 / 93675 84774.

Talent Hunt

Little Millenium, a pre-school brand, is hosting a competition for mothers and their kids (aged between one and five) at the Grand Mall. The competition titled Ma and Me will include events such as cookery, rangoli and flower arrangement. The winner will be given exciting prizes and given the title ‘Ma & Me 15’. To register, walk in to Little millennium centres in Adambakkam, Velachery, Madipakkam, Thoraipakkam or call 9841206506 / 9841483511.

Turn Chef

Trattoria in Vivanta by Taj – President will open its kitchen for all those who want to toss up a delicious salad or make a pizza/pasta for their moms. The kitchen will be open from 11.30 am to 3.30 pm.

Magical Evening

Water’s Edge Café in Radisson BLU Resort, Mamallapuram, is hosting a special buffet including  dishes such as Maa-ki Dhal, Mothers SPL Rice and Mamma Mia Cup Cake between 12.00 pm to 3.30 pm this weekend. One can engage in activities like balloon sculpting, craft Shop and cake/cookie decoration, or simply enjoy the magic show and Live Band Music arranged. The cost is Rs 1,600 plus taxes for adults and Rs 850 plus taxes for kids. For reservations, contact: 2744 3636, 98406 03636.

Free Dining

The Kitchen in The Raintree, Anna Salai, will set up a special counter where kids can prepare ice creams, pizza and muffins for their mothers. And while one can enjoy a brunch at Rs 1,550 plus taxes without alcohol and Rs 1,950 plus taxes, all moms can dine for free with compliments offered from the hotel. For reservation call +91 44 28309999.

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