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Try the new musically inspired afternoon tea at Middle Eight for Mother’s Day
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Try the new musically inspired afternoon tea at Middle Eight for Mother’s Day

Covent Garden’s luxury hotel Middle Eight has recently launched the musically inspired afternoon tea, which features a symphony of sweet treats and savoury bites with decorative and musical touches. Perfect timing some would say with Mother’s Day around the corner!

Guests will be treated to an array of delicate treats which include ‘Blood Orange Opera’ – citrus Pannacotta with layers of blood orange jelly; ‘Treble Clef Treat’ – silky smooth and delicate Pistachio macaron filled with buttercream & roasted praline; and crispy, creamy ‘Hazelnut Harmony’ – Clanny’s twist on the classic Hazelnut éclair. Along with Finger sandwiches of Coronation chicken, Smoked salmon & cream cheese and Grilled vegetables with hummus served on a mixture of turmeric, charcoal and onion bread, priced at £45.00 per person / £55.00 with a glass of prosecco.

Middle Eight, whose name derives from the musical term, provides a beautiful backdrop for the Afternoon Tea experience with its luxurious and beautiful interior.  Treat your mum to this symphony of sweet treats and delicate sandwiches at Middle Eight, she won’t be disappointed.

Dates: Wednesday to Sunday Time: 13.00-17.00

Address: 66 Great Queen St, London WC2B 5BX Book by visiting www.sevenrooms.com/reservations

Photography courtesy of Middle Eight

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