If you are tired of the usual afternoon tea haunts, the Royal Opera House could be the place for you. Offering the finest cakes made by Claire Clarke, world renowed pastry chef, cheeky tea-themed cocktails and Ruinart champagne following all around you, it most definitely is the perfect London exeperience.

Only booking until the 9th May, the Paul Hamlyn Hall will open its doors for limited numberafternoon teas. It is anopportunity to enjoy a sophisticated afternoon tea in the beautiful surroundings of the Paul Hamlyn Hall.Although catering for a variety of dietry requirements such as vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, nut-free and dairy-free,the classicmenu begins with brioche, sandwiches and freshly baked scones accompanied by homemade seasonal fruit jams. Notes ofelderflowers, roses and hibiscus lend scent and colour to the luxury selection and thespring 2015 collection combines the very best of British seasonal ingredients. Furthermore, in truly British style theRoyal Opera House offers guests a wide range of loose leaf teas, tisanes, tea-themed cocktails and Champagne from Ruinart.

With the decor consisting ofspecially commissioned screens featuring exotic birds, plants and flowers in Fauvist style, inspired by Covent Garden’s historic flower market,it truly is a feast for the eyes as well as the palette!

Royal Opera House

Bow Street

Covent Garden

London

WC2E 9DD

+44 20 7240 1200

www.roh.org.uk