Champagne Afternoon Tea at Harrods for Two
Some might call us haughty, but we’d just say we have good taste! Treat yourself and a friend to afternoon tea at London's most famous luxury department store, Harrods. You will both be presented with a tea of your choice and a glass of champagne. Freshly cut sandwiches, home baked raisin scones and a selection of tea pastries from the renowned Harrods Patisserie make up a selection of treats on offer on the afternoon menu.
Your trip will last for one and half hours so you'll have ample amount of time to take in the magnitude and beauty of this infamous store. Give somebody a gift they'll remember with his truly magnificant experience.
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- Greater London (London) - Kensington
- Your voucher is valid for 6 months and cannot be extended
- Suitable for those 18 years +
- Please advise of any dietary requirements when booking
- Afternoon tea is available Monday to Saturday between 3.30pm and 5.30pm subject to availability
- Please note this product is not suitable for people with nut allergies
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Afternnon tea at Harrods
The tea at Harrods was itself fabulous. Icy cold champagne, wonderful mini cakes, fruitand plain scones plus the best sandwiches I have ever tasted. The beef and caramalised onion sandwiches were to die for! Plus loads of wonderful tea in china cups! However I would say I purchased the voucher from here as it was claimed to be a substantial discount but I could have paid on the day and it would only have been a few poundsmore and the voucher we got in the second week in may run out on 10th June which was not drawn to our attention so Harrods were fully booked every saturday so we had to go on a Friday evening instead.