This puts barbies meals to shame!
Attention all tea lovers and foodies! The much-awaited King Charles’ approval has been granted to the Peggy Porschen London Limited Edition Coronation Afternoon Tea. Yes, you heard it right – this afternoon tea has been given the royal seal of approval!
From May 1st to May 8th, 2023, you can indulge in the delightful Kings Garden Afternoon Tea at Peggy Porschen’s. This tea is inspired by His Majesty’s love for the natural world, and it pays homage to the quintessential flowers and flavors found in British summertime.
The centerpiece of this afternoon tea is the beautiful Floral Lemon and Elderflower Cupcake. It’s a moist and scrumptious treat that is delicately flavored with lemon and elderflower, and it is topped with edible petals that make it a feast for both the eyes and the taste buds.
If you’re a fan of carrot cake, then you’ll love the Carrot Bundt Cake that comes with this afternoon tea. It’s moist, delicious, and finished with edible petals, a golden butterfly, and a dusting of icing sugar. It’s the perfect treat to enjoy alongside a cup of tea.
And if you have a sweet tooth, then you must try the English Strawberry Eton Mess. It’s a delightful dessert made with fresh strawberries, whipped cream, and meringue. This classic British dessert is the perfect way to end a wonderful afternoon tea.
Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free menus are also available, so no one has to miss out on this wonderful experience. And for children, there is an afternoon tea menu specially catered for them.
So, what are you waiting for? If you’re looking for a royal experience, then head over to Peggy Porschen’s from May 1st to May 8th, 2023, and indulge in the Kings Garden Afternoon Tea. It’s a feast for both the eyes and the taste buds, and it’s an experience that you won’t forget anytime soon. Don’t miss out on this limited edition treat, as it has been given the royal seal of approval!
Guide Budget: £39 – £60 pp
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