— Will Corry (@slievemore) July 14, 2014
The Orangery : Kensington
Did you know The Orangery in Kensington Palace Gardens was once a giant greenhouse?
Today it’s an elegant venue for an exquisite Afternoon Tea.
Walk up the Wiggly Walk. Soak up a slice of royal heritage. And mind your Ps-&-Qs.
OXO Tower Brasserie : South Bank
Lateral thinking is a way of looking at the world from new directions & different angles.
Not Afternoon Tea, created by Pastry Chef Penny Wabbit, is a whimsical take on tradition.
Four tasting dessert plates. Each paired with a matching cocktail. With a view to match!
The Sanderson : West End
Tumble down a rabbit hole for the Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea at The Sanderson.
Give your business a barmy boost & enjoy a ‘Jelly Wonderland’ that’s packed with surprises.
A carnival of sweets-&-savouries that’ll make eyes pop & tastebuds tingle with delight.
The Berkeley : Knightsbridge
Prêt-à-Portea – served in the Caramel Room – is a fashionista’s delight.
The menu’s an inventive interpretation of the season’s catwalk creations.
Served in decadent bite-sized portions. Dress-to-impress & look fabulous daahling!
W Hotel : Leicester Square
W’s Rock Tea celebrates the rich music heritage of Soho.
Created by writer, chef & presenter Gizzi Erskine it’s pure rock ‘n’ roll.
A cool mix of edgy-yet-girlie treats, served on vinyl makes it top of the hit parade.
Rodney the Routemaster : Embankment
Imagine. Afternoon Tea with all the trimmings on a vintage double decker.
Go mad. Hire the whole bus or book a table. Top deck or bottom. You choose.
This is the latest wizard wheeze from BB Bakery. Inspired!