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Experience afternoon tea at Leicester Square Kitchen, where children 12 and under dine half-price with every paying adult.
  • Dates 08/08/2019 - 08/08/2019
  • Location 31-36 Leicester Square, WC2H 7LH
  • Price ££
An afternoon in London is simply incomplete without experiencing the tradition of afternoon tea. So, experience the very best at Leicester Square Kitchen.Offering half-price afternoon tea dining for children 12 and under with every paying adult to celebrate Leicester Square's Summer Screennigs and Afternoon Tea Week, it's the perfect place to refuel before your next big screen bonanza.The Our Afternoon Tea selection takes inspiration from a traditional tea, with a contemporary Peruvian and Mexican influence. Enjoy freshly baked scones, delicate finger sandwiches, doughnuts with Peruvian chocolate sauce, and so much more.All served with tea or coffee and with gluten-free options available, discover a remarkable afternoon tea in the heart of London’s most iconic square.Reserve your table online using the button below. Or, call or email to make a booking using the details below:T: +44 (0)20 7666 0902E: the essential informationOffer start date: 8th AugustOffer end date: 18th AugustDays available: Available Monday – Friday: 2pm-4.30pm and Saturday & Sunday: 1pm-4.30pmStart price: From £30 per adultSpecial offer: Children under the age of 12 dine half-price for every paying adultRestrictions/Times available: Maximum 6 pax, cannot be redeemed with any other offer

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