This Mother’s Day OpenTable is providing a dining experience with a difference for those whose weird and wonderful food tastes have been previously overlooked, with Cravings: The World’s First Mums-to-Be Lunch.
With a menu that boasts an array of unexpected and outrageous combinations inspired by the most craved pregnancy foods, Cravings is the perfect solution for mums-to-be who feel unable to say what they really want whilst eating out with their partners.
The Cravings stand-out dish is The Full Meghan; a royally outrageous combination of French fries, pasteurised cheese and chocolate sauce on a single plate, in homage to the Duchess of Sussex’s reported cravings in the media.
Meanwhile, mums-to-be will also be able to order a build-your-own-sandwich from an assortment of the most craved goodies such as peanut butter, cheese, pickled onions, anchovies, beetroot, banana, and even charcoal shavings.
In new research from OpenTable, almost 7-in-10 (65%) mums admit to experiencing extreme food cravings during pregnancy. With OpenTable dedicated to providing a ‘restaurant for anything’, Cravings is the first response to the 1-in-3 (35%) mums-to-be who admit they prefer to prepare their own food at home rather than eat out at a restaurant because of their pregnancy cravings.
British mothers-to-be will go to great lengths to quash cravings during pregnancy, as 40% reveal they have ordered their partner to go and purchase the craved item – no matter what the time! One-in-four (23%) of women also revealed that they have woken up in the middle of the night to create a late-night feast.
Partnering with contemporary British diner Jim’s Café in East London’s family-friendly Clapton, the Cravings menu will be available all-day on Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st March. Mums-to-be can book on OpenTable for the limited-edition menu that will include either The Full Meghan and build-your-own-sandwich dishes, both served with tea or an alcohol-free cocktail.
However you plan to celebrate this Mother’s Day, visit OpenTable for a full range of restaurant experiences: www.opentable.co.uk.
To book the limited-edition Cravings menu at Jim’s Café, visit OpenTable.