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Deal of the day: Spring Afternoon Tea

Now Spring has officially sprung, celebrate with a day trip to London to enjoy afternoon tea overlooking Hyde Park at the Royal Lancaster Hotel.

On the weekends the Spring Afternoon Tea will be served in the brand new stunning Park Restaurant and Lounge.

For the Classic Spring Afternoon Tea, expect an Amuse Bouche of Asparagus parfait, confit egg yolk will be offered, followed by a range of unique sandwiches, including cured salmon, orange and thyme butter; Cucumber, peppermint tea cream cheese, radish; and Aspargus, sun dried tomato.  Sweet delicacies such as Milk chocolate coconut rocher; Mandarin dome; Tiramisu tart; and Apple and Yuzu will be accompanied with both plain and raisin scones with Jersey clotted cream and homemade strawberry jam.

There is also an Allergen Free Afternoon Tea which is gluten-free, wheat-free and vegan. This unique Afternoon Tea will offer a variety of delicious sandwiches such as Avocado, kale and pine nuts; Roasted cauliflower, sultana and pomegranate; Hummus, rocket, grilled aubergine; and Asparagus, sun dried tomato. Sweets include Chocolate and redcurrant mousse; Oat biscuit with biscoff ganache; and Black forest namelaka shot glass, all accompanied with plain and raisin scones, homemade strawberry jam and whipped coconut cream.

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The offer is priced at £39, or £45-£49 per person including a glass of Descombes Brut Champagne, or Moët and Chandon Rosé Champagne, the Spring Afternoon Tea is the perfect way to welcome the warmer days ahead.

Royal Lancaster London’s Spring Afternoon Tea will be served from 1pm to 4.30pm, Monday to through to Sunday.

Royal Lancaster London, Lancaster Terrace, London W2 2TY. Reservations on 020 7551 6000 or visit www.royallancaster.com.

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