The British institution is having its very own national week from 8th - 14th of August, so here is our pick of where to get your fix of miniature cakes and sandwiches in London...
Mr Fogg's will bring a real slice of tradition infused with elegance to London with their Victorian themed afternoon Tipsy Tea. Enjoy a delicate array of dainty sandwiches, cakes, pastries and petits-fours beautifully presented on traditional three-tiered stands and served on embossed fine bone china. An innovative range of tea-infused cocktails served in teapots offer a novel twist on this quintessentially English past-time.
London's most loved flat mates at The Little Yellow Door are throwing their yellow door open on Saturday afternoons to host, a Notting Hill Cocktail Tea Party. Expect alcohol infused pots of tea, finger sandwiches, cakes and a variety of traditionally British board games to choose from.
Take a vintage-inspired approach to Afternoon Tea Week with Muriel’s Kitchen’s family-friendly offering. Classic cucumber sandwiches, miniature carrot loaf and, of course, buttery fruit scones sit alongside unlimited cups of tea and even a refreshing berry smoothie, and don’t miss out on the adult-only tea-infused cocktails.
To celebrate Afternoon Tea Week, Balans Soho Society has come up with a unique and exciting twist on the traditional afternoon tea, available exclusively at Old Compton Street. Using smooth gin infused with different types of tea, speciality cocktails have been shaken up and garnished with delicious mini afternoon tea treats – a cheekily alcoholic alternative to traditional tea and scones.
From treating a friend or taking a half-day to indulge in a bit of ‘me’ time, try out Le Restaurant de PAUL’s afternoon tea. Designed for sharing, savour dainty artisan sandwiches, mini macarons, a selection of cakes and sweet brioches with jam and whipped cream served alongside two hot drinks for just £25. Turn it into a real celebration with a glass of Cremant Brut each for just £5 extra or a glass of Champagne for an additional £10. Book online and get a box of mini macaroons to celebrate Afternoon Tea Week.
Be whisked away from the hustle and bustle of Soho to the underground sensation Cahoots, and enjoy a splendid Squiffy Picnic, complete with wicker picnic hampers filled to the brim with delightfully British cuisine and cocktails circa 1946. Yes, it's all Sipsmith Summer cups, tartan picnic blankets and a menu paying homage to food and cocktail favourites from post-war Britain!
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