You might have seen our gift ideas for mum last week. She might love one of our suggestions - or she might prefer some quality time to sit, eat and drink with you and the rest of the family.
That's why we've looked around some of the most popular restaurants in the UK and found some Mother's Day restaurant ideas. We've only looked at chain restaurants, so people all over the UK can benefit from the deals.
We'd recommend booking as soon as possible. When you contact your local branch of these restaurants, it's best to double check whether they are participating in the deal to avoid disappointment on the day. These offers are only available on Mother's Day - Sunday 10th March 2013.
The restaurant deals...
Fayre & Square are doing a mother's day menu offering starters and desserts two for £5 and mains two for £10. That means if mum has two courses it'll cost £7.50, and if she has three courses it'll cost £10.
At Café Rouge, it's £17.95 for three courses off the Mother's Day set menu (or £19.95 if you choose the sirloin steak).
If you purchase a main, pizza or pasta at Strada, you can get a free pudding for mum.
There's also a free dessert for mum at Toby Carvery if you order a main course after 7pm.
There's a free glass of Prosecco if you treat mum at Prezzo.
If you choose to celebrate Mother's Day at Frankie & Benny's, you'll get a free bottle of house wine.
Purchase one meal from the main menu at Chiquito and you'll get mum's meal for free.
If there are lots of kids in your family, for every adult dining off the main menu on Mother's Day at Slug & Lettuce, a child will eat for £1.
It's only £12.95 per person for one starter and four tapas at La Tasca. If you want dessert, that's an extra £3. View the menu.
The Mother's Day set menu at Zizzi is £19.95 for three courses, and mum could get a glass of Prosecco for just £1 too.
Two courses are £13.95 at Ask Italian and three courses cost £15.95. This includes a glass of Prosecco as well.
Where are you taking mum this Mother's Day?
Has this article inspired you to rush and book at table? Or do you have something else in mind?