Celebrate Mother’s Day and the best people in your life by getting these delectable food & drink options on order
The Adamson Restaurant
A feast that almost looks too lovely to eat, St Andrew’s favourite The Adamson have created a Mother’s Day celebration box to share with loved ones or to send as a delicious gift if you can’t be together on the day. A starter of beetroot & goats cheese with raspberry, celeriac & dill is followed by one of the restaurant’s famed roasts (striploin of beef, roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings and seasonal vegetables) with banoffee pie to finish. There’s also an alternative veggie main option of butternut, spinach & gorgonzola Wellington.
Priced at £30 per person. Pre-order by 10pm on 9th March for nationwide delivery on Friday 12th March. For local St Andrews delivery on 13th March, order by 10pm on 11th March. theadamsonathome.com
La Dolce Vita-inspired Hey Palu know how to treat your mamma well. The ‘Hey Mamma’ gift box is an Italian smorgasbord of I.J. Mellis truffled Pecorino cheese, Miller’s cranberry & raisin toast and Perello gordal olives. And the best part – it all comes with some snazzy cocktails of your choice. Choose from ready-to-drink cocktails that include a Mamma Negroni, Cosmopolitan, Old-Fashioned Godfather and Banana Daiquiri.
From £34, head to Hey Palu @ Home to order
We’re loving how beautifully packaged Book Block’s gift boxes are, with a focus on both local and international brands that are a wee bit different. You can curate your own box or go for one of the many Mother’s Day options on offer – which include everything from wine and charcuterie to rum and Choco Chiquito chocolate. Our personal favourite is this Summer Picnic Gift Box, giving us hope for sunny days of fun to come, with a tipple from Forty Liquors, and biscuits and white chocolate-coated blackberries to munch on.
See the full selection of gift boxes at bookblock.com
The Dundas Street restaurant – which started life as In Dining during lockdown last year – has put together a takeaway menu for Mother’s Day that’ll bring the flavour of fine dining straight to your home. The four-course Mother’s Day menu is based around seasonal ingredients and local produce, with menu choices that include smoked mushroom taco, octopus with heirloom tomato, basil waffle, tarragon and vanilla or garden pea and fava with pecorino and guanciale; steamed salmon, chickpea and sprouting broccoli or roast chicken, whey polenta, red wine and spring greens, and chocolate fudge cake for dessert.
Available 12th, 13th & 14th March and priced at £45 per person. Takeaways are available for collection between 6pm and 8pm on the above dates, with a limited delivery service within a 1.5 mile radius of EH3 5DQ (subject to availability). roguedining.co.uk/takeaway-menus
If brunch is more your mum’s style, these sumptuous-looking boxes could be the way to go this weekend. Edinburgh-based MILK is all about using seasonal, preferably Scottish-grown produce, with all their delicious cakes baked in the kitchens daily. Their vegan and gluten-free ranges are also on point. Some of the treats in the Mother’s Day brunch boxes (you can choose from original, veggie or vegan) include pastries, coffee, charred corn & Devon Ancho chilli cornbread muffins, Heatherfield smoked salmon, rhubarb compote with greek yoghurt & pistachio & rose granola, seasonal fruit and a seasonal posy of flowers from Tupelo Tree.
Available for delivery or collection on 13th & 14th March for £47. Available without flowers for £35. Go to cafemilk.co.uk/west-end-click-collect
Floral-adorned Edinburgh restaurant Tattu launched their cook-at-home experiences last month, with the March box following a ‘By the Sea’ theme. As well as some of Tattu’s signature dishes, the easy-to-cook box features a brand-new dish – Shanghai black cod served with hoisin, ginger, pickled daikon salad, and a side of special fried sweet potato.There’s also a starter of lobster and prawn toast and Asian pear sticky toffee pudding for dessert. And if you’re really missing that restaurant atmosphere, the box comes with a ‘Sounds of Tattu’ QR code that you can scan to bring the vibe into your home.
Boxes are priced from £75 and are available to order with or without a wine pairing. More details at store.tattu.co.uk. You can also order via Deliveroo or by placing a click and collect order at tattu.co.uk/tattutoyou
Buck & Birch
The wild liqueur company, based in the Lothians, make their concoctions with ingredients foraged from the landscape. In a gorgeous partnership for Mother’s Day, they’ve teamed up with East Lothian Flower Farm to put together this ‘Say It With Flowers’ kit. The bundle includes a choice of one of the Buck & Birch wildflower-inspired cocktails (an Amarosa Old Fashioned & Espresso Martana being two) and a mixed pot of flowers bursting with Ranunculus (Amandine) and Anemone. Each gift set will have pre-sprouted flowers growing in a reusable pot and details on how to care for them.