Things To Do Over Easter

With so many exciting things to do in Covent Garden, finding the perfect place to take the family for a meal can sometimes be tricky. At Tredwells, we ensure that the whole family is looked after leaving you to enjoy a stress-free lunch before exploring the wonders of London’s West End.

This Easter holiday we’re offering all children to dine on us when eating from Tredwells’ Junior Menu. For those youngsters that find comfort in the familiar, there’s a great choice of dishes to choose from such as magnificent meatballs and awesome omelettes. Plus, they can choose to enjoy one of our specially crafted junior cocktails with their meal!


Valid Monday to Friday, excludes weekends
 Each child is entitled to 1 small main and 1 pudding from the Junior menu
Large meals will be charged at £4
Beverages and sides are not included
Service charge at 12.5% will be applied on any extra charges
This offer does not apply to the Culinary Kids Tasting menu

We are delighted to announce an exclusive partnership with Matilda the Musical, at The Cambridge Theatre, located just a two-minute walk from Tredwells. This exclusive package is available from £72.50 for one ticket and a 2-course meal, and from £77.50 for a 3-course meal.


No Sunday is complete without a traditional roast dinner, so gather your friends and family and join us at Tredwells for the ultimate classic 3-course Sunday lunch for £30 or Wagyu version for £35.


For those children who are looking for more of a foodie adventure, Tredwells’ Culinary Kids Menu is made just for them. With 7 small courses to enjoy including carrot fritter with cashew and coriander, BBQ cod’s cheek with kohlrabi and smoked yogurt and a very special mint and apple kids cocktail. Every diner will also be able to take with them an illustrated recipe card for budding chefs to recreate at home. Don’t forget to come downstairs and meet the chefs who will help you make your very own Tredwells salted caramel soft-serve!


Originally designed by Thomas Neale, Seven Dials in Covent Garden is steeped with history dating back to the early 1690s. The area is now home to fashionable boutiques, famous theatres and close to some well known musuems. See our recommendations below of where to visit for the perfect family day out in London during the Easter holidays.


Brandy Melville
9-15 Neal Street

Skinny Dip
29 Neal Street

37 Neal Street

BOW WOW London
50A Earlham Street

Pop Boutique
30 Shorts Gardens

29 Shorts Gardens


Matilda The Musical
Cambridge Theatre

The London Film Museum

London Transport Museum
Covent Garden

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

St. Martin’s Theatre
Seven Dials

Disney’s Aladdin
Prince Edward Theatre