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Afternoon Tea on Mother’s Day
If you want to treat your mother on Mother’s Day, why not take her out for afternoon tea? It’s a great way to let her know that you appreciate all the great things she has done for you and it’s always a treat! So take a look at our picks of the best afternoon teas in the capital.
1. The Ritz - £75.00 per person
Afternoon tea at The Ritz is an institution in itself. Any mother would love to be treated to a trip here, especially on Mother’s Day. With beautiful décor and many varieties of fine tea, this is the perfect place to take your mother and make her feel special. The luxurious afternoon tea menu is broad and will leave your mum pondering what to try next! It includes 16 loose leaf teas, finger sandwiches with a variety of traditional fillings and a selection of tea cakes and pastries as well as freshly baked scones with strawberry preserve and Devonshire clotted cream.
2. Sketch Afternoon Tea - £68.00 per person
Sketch has one of the best reputations for afternoon tea in London. If your mum likes to try new and exotic teas then perhaps Sketch is the best place for you to go and treat her. They have over 18 different teas on their menu along with an array of sandwiches, scones and pastries. The Alice in Wonderland feel of the place has to be seen to be believed and is a firm UKMums.tv favourite.
3. Fortnum’s Afternoon Tea - £44.00 per person
The Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon was opened by Queen Victoria herself and promises an amazing experience to anyone who visits. Scones, teacakes and finger sandwiches are favourites, with a choice between Fortnum’s Classic or Single Estate Blends of tea. Fortnum’s provides one of the best afternoon teas around and has many fans from the UKMums.tv office.
Of course, if you don’t want to go to London, just pop afternoon tea into Google and you’re bound to find somewhere local. You never know, they might become your new favourite!