Looking for a spooky treat to celebrate Halloween this year? We round up some of the ones to be found in London this October!
Halloween Afternoon Tea London Sightseeing Bus Tour courtesy of Brigit’s Bakery: take a tour of London while enjoying a spooktaluar (sorry, not sorry!) afternoon tea on board a bus, which will depart from Victoria Coach Station or Trafalgar Square and showcase many of London’s landmarks. This special edition of the afternoon tea will be available from the 21st to the 31st October and include treats such as: pumpkin tarts, finger sandwiches and mini black velvet cupcakes. While enjoying this, the onboard entertainer will be telling visitors a medley of Halloween-themed pranks and amusements.
Enjoy a Halloween inspired afternoon tea at the Great Scotland Yard Hotel : the Great Scotland Yard Hotel will be presenting a number of Halloween inspired treats as part of their afternoon tea from the 28th to the 31st October. Highlights of the menu are set to include: pumpkin and clove mousse, apple, sesame and Nutmeg whipped ganache tart and chestnuts and Montgomery cheddar Yorkshire Pudding.
Pay a visit to the Royal Lancaster Hotel for some spooky offerings: from the 23rd October until the 5th November, guests can enjoy a spooky themed afternoon tea which is filled with plenty to enjoy. This includes on the menu Poison Apple (Feuilletine biscuit, apple mousse, caramelised apple compote) Eyeball panna cotta (pear William panna cotta, lemon butterscotch, crunchy waffle crumble) as a fitting finale to a selection of more traditional sandwiches and of course homemade scones.
Take a trip to the Theatre Royal Drury Lane’s Grand Saloon: whether you are going to the theatre or just in the West End to do some shopping, why not enjoy a spooky themed afternoon tea from the 16th to the 31st October? Delight in piped vines, ghoulish graveyards and enticing eyeballs on top of the decadent and delicious afternoon tea….