Every country has its own traditional Easter foods. Those from Salamanca in Spain tuck into hornazo, a meat pie made from pork and quail’s eggs. The Swedish consume vast quantities of malt porridge and if you’re Greek, you could well be preparing soup made from lamb’s innards over the Easter break.
Luckily for us Brits, the food most associated with Easter in this country is chocolate, and there are plenty of places to indulge your sweet tooth in Belgravia.
Rococo on Motcomb Street is selling hand-decorated eggs and award winning William Curley on Ebury Street has a vast selection of chocolate treats on offer.