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We visited the illustrious Langham London to try their delicious new Afternoon Tea menu created by Michel Roux Jr and Executive Pastry Chef Andrew Gravett.
We were excited to try the brand-new Afternoon Tea at Langham London. The menu is inspired by the nation's favourite biscuits and baked tarts and celebrates all things British. Tea is at the heart of the concept and is perfectly paired with classic Afternoon Tea elements.
When The Langham, London opened in 1865 it started a new tradition; serving Afternoon Tea in an elegant Palm Court. The birthplace of Afternoon Tea continues to offer an award-winning experience for guests to enjoy.
Langham London have reopened their doors with this delicious menu and we were lucky enough to try it.
The menu explains the intricacy behind the delicious pastry selection
The delicate selection of hand cut finger sandwiches including the classic cucumber, roast beef with 'Albert' watercress on caraway bread, smoked scottish salmon and Cornish Burford Brown egg with mustard cress on malted granary bread.
Ploughman's cheese scone, raw-milk Isle of Mull Cheddar, tamarind pickle, apple
Freshly baked and fluffy classic and raisin scones from the Palm Court bakery served with Cornish clotted cream and chef's seasonal preserves.
Tea is at the heart of the experience with a variety of JING teas.
The pastries are centered around the UK's favourite sweet treats delightfully reimagined. Do you spot your favourite here?
We were so indulged so had a few little treats leftover which Langham London kindly packaged for us to enjoy later!
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