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Halloween afternoon teas for frightfully fancy kids

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Spoil your little princess rotten with a deliciously spooky Halloween themed afternoon tea at Lancaster London

For £30 per person you can go one better than a bag of sticky trick-or-treat sweets, with a peculiar-but-posh tea that includes frightfully delightful eyeball lollypops (chocolate, raspberry and passion fruit flavour); black macaroons with pumpkin filling; butternut squash tartlets; white chocolate and pistachio opera cakes; and pumpkin cupcakes.

More traditionally, fresh-out–the-oven scones (plain and raisin) will be served warm, with home-made strawberry jam and Cornish clotted cream.

The fun afternoon tea is served in the hotel’s sumptuous first floor Lounge Bar from 2pm until 5.30pm.

 

For more information, visit: www.lancasterlondon.com

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