We have found our top 5 places to book a table this Mother’s day (if they still have room!):


Harrys Restaurant – Exeter, Devon

Harry’s has a prime position within the heart of Exeter, with a strong local sourcing policy and suburb use of flavours to create mouth-watering dishes! The restaurant has a strong family feel, being run by the Pounds since 1993, chef proprietor Samantha Pounds a strong team around her including her 4 daughters – what a team!

What would we recommend eating?

It has to be the Hog & Mac paired with a Luscombe Raspberry Crush.

If this doesn’t take your fancy our second choice would be the mouth-watering Spicy Sizzling Fajitas paired with a Luscombe Sicilian Lemonade.

Fancy pudding?

Harry’s Skillet Pan Cookie is our recommendation, drenched in luxury vanilla ice cream with hazelnut and Nutella filling!


Ottolenghi – Spitalfields, London

Founded by the talented Yotam Ottelenghi, the expanding range of delis prides itself on offering a range of dishes created with unswerving dedication to detail and boundless enthusiasm (a very similar ethos to here at Luscombe!).

What would we recommend eating?

With an ever changing menu, due to Yotam work in the test-kitchen it is hard to say what we would recommend eating…from salads to fish the list is extensive!


The Seafood Restaurant, Padstow

One of our firm favourites, opened in 1975 by Rick and his wife the restaurant in Pastow is renowned for is fresh fish and shellfish. The reins are currently with Stephane Delourme, whom created balanced mouth-watering dishes.

What would we recommend eating?

The Singapore Chilli Crab combines the Cornish sea and Asian flavours, be warned this is a messy eat! Pair this with the Luscombe Lime Crush.


Olive & Bean – Newcastle upon Tyne

An independent delight, serving handmade and home baked goodies, providing the perfect venue for breakfast, brunch and afternoon teas.

What would we recommend eating?

We would go for the tasting planks, the Farmhouse really got our attention with west country creamy brie and honey roast ham, all paired with Luscombe Sicilian Lemonade.

Fancy a little treat?

Pick from there scrumptious collection of cakes baked daily at the store!


The Clink Restaurant – HMP Cardiff

Now you might not think heading to HMP Cardiff is a winning combination on Mother’s day, however, Clink Restaurants provides a dining experience which also helps to deliver change. Staffed by prisoners who are working towards City & Guilds NVQ’s, using fresh organic produce they create delicious dishes.

What would we recommend eating?

Pan-roast fillet of sea bream, tomato and seafood linguine, lemon oil with a Luscombe Hot Ginger Beer.

Fancy pudding?

Selection of local cheeses, chutney, grapes and crackers with a Wild Elderflower Bubbly.