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Afternoon Tea at the Waldorf

The Waldorf Hilton; one of the world’s most iconic, historic, and fanciest of hotels. This is where I was kind enough to take my big sister for afternoon tea one Sunday before her birthday (alright, I concede it was partly for my own enjoyment too). 627 more words

The reason why i love Afternoon tea


As many people know I’m a massive fan of Afternoon tea, It all steams from a conversation i had with my best friend when we where arranging my hen do back in April 2014,When we where talking about ideas i had for a “Classical” hen do,As i love “ladies do lunch” and all the attire that goes with it I.E silk gloves. 213 more words


Project 35 | Day 124

So much food!

Brunch at the Chiltern Firehouse and Afternoon tea at The Halkin hotel. I could not be more stuffed and yet, I was starving by the time I got home! 29 more words


Scones with clotted cream and British strawberries

When I went to the supermarket earlier I spotted that they had British strawberries. I refuse to buy strawberries unless they’re British since the flavour of non-British ones just isn’t as good, so when I saw these I picked up a couple of punnets. 312 more words


Afternoon tea, The Bull's Head, Chislehurst


The Bull’s Head has recently undergone a major refurbishment. Their once dark red wood boothed restaurant to the rear of the building has been turned in to a beautiful, light open space complete with orangery serving afternoon teas and Sunday roasts. 382 more words

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