Cake, sandwiches and fun children’s book characters – the new afternoon teas in London inspired to suit the tiny tribe are the perfect way to keep the entire family happy. Here are some of the best child-friendly afternoon teas in the capital.
The Tiger Who Came to Tea at The Savoy
The first children’s afternoon tea at The Savoy features mouth-watering treats inspired by Judith Kerr’s famous children’s book “The Tiger Who Came to Tea”, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The iconic picture book has been transformed into a feast of teatime treats that draw inspiration from the tea that Sophie and her mum shared with a visiting tiger in the story. Expect stripy scones, blue and pink Battenberg, and marzipan tigers. What can we say? Simply a purr-fect afternoon tea for little ones.
Daunt Books Tea at The Langham
The Langham, winner of ‘Best Tea Service’ at last year’s Afternoon Tea Awards, has teamed up with Daunt Books to create a special treat for little literary lovers. Before indulging in culinary treats like jigsaw puzzle sandwiches, a chocolate whale, and salted toffee popcorn, children can select their own new book from a specially curated library.Continue Reading