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What's OnMother’s Day Delights for Film Loving Mums at Planet Hollywood

Treat your favourite family member to a colourful meal inspired by the glamour of Hollywood!
  • Dates 31/03/2019 - 31/03/2019
  • Location 57-60 Haymarket, SW1Y 4QX
  • Price ££
Calling all Mum's, crazy for filmTreat your mum to a dining experience with all the glitz and glamour of Hollywood this Mother’s Day.Choose from a vibrant menu of classic American favourites including burgers, wings, speciality cocktails and mocktails with a special Kids Menu too. And just for Mother’s Day, enjoy a special glass of fizz for only £5 and a cheesecake with Banoffee topping (our favourite) for just £7.50.A short stint away from Leicester Square, Planet Hollywood lets you dine amongst the stars, seated by famous film memorabilia. So, if your mum is a film buff, spoil her silly in London’s only restaurant inspired by the glamour of Hollywood!Book your table online here, or pick up the phone to make your reservation:T: +44 (0) 20 7287 1000Specially for your favourite parentAre you wanting to secure a restaurant reservation where only the best bites are served up?Planet Hollywood is the perfect treat for your favourite family member. Offering a vibrant menu featuring five-cheese favourites, fresh and colourful salads, burgers and more!Adding to your special occasion, each burger is hand-made by Scotland’s finest Butcher, sourcing quality beef from official Royal warrant holders, Donald Russell.So if you’re dining with your mum, dad, family or friends, fill your belly with delicious delights available only at Planet Hollywood.View the selection of menus available for you to choose from here.

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