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What's OnOur Easter Afternoon Tea at Leicester Square Kitchen

Treat your loved ones to a special Easter Afternoon tea and make your taste-buds jump for joy with delicious home-made chocolate nests.
  • Dates 05/04/2019 - 23/04/2019
  • Location 31-36 Leicester Square, WC2H 7LH
  • Price ££
Sample a special Easter Our Afternoon TeaEaster is not always about filling up on delicious chocolaty treats, is it?No! There’s plenty of other tasty treats to fill up on too!So, why not indulge in a scrumptious Our Easter Afternoon Tea at Leicester Square Kitchen?Sample a delicious selection of homemade finger sandwiches on artisan breads, sweet and savoury scones and of course the all-important handcrafted chocolate nests.Available every weekday from 2pm-4.30pm and weekend from 1pm-4.30pm at £30 per person. Or, why not top up for a little bit more (only £6) to include a glass of Prosecco to your special occasion.Reserve your table online here. Or if prefer, you can call or email to make a reservation using the details below:T: +44 (0)20 7666 0902E:’s on the menu?Want to hear more about the delicious delicacies available at Leicester Square Kitchen's Our Easter Afternoon Tea?You’re in luck!Get ready to delight your taste buds to a home-made sandwich selection including honey roast ham, Scottish smoked salmon or rare roast beef.Or, perhaps you prefer a meat free option?Choose from the delicate cucumber with soft mint cheese on tasty tomato bread or the raving red onion and cheddar cheese on a crunchy caraway seeded bread.Whatever you decide, Leicester Square Kitchen has the menu for you. View the menu here.And, if you’re not ready to go home after your afternoon tea, there’s lots more on offer. From the South American inspired Taco Tuesday’s to the Frida Kahlo inspired weekend brunch, Leicester Square Kitchen is the perfect place to enjoy your Easter celebrations.

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