Mad Hatter's Tea at The Sanderson Hotel

Sunday, 24 September 2017
Last month I took a little trip into central London to spend the day with two of my favourite youtube girls & close friends Brogan & Dionne.

It was our annual meet up & it happened to fall near mine & Dionne’s birthday so we decided to make it special with afternoon tea. Now I love afternoon tea & if anyone suggests it I’m going to be the first to agree. After looking at so many different afternoon tea places in London we all agreed on The Sanderson’s MadHatter Tea. This was something none of us had done before but all loved the look of it in the past so it was perfect for our special day out.

On arrival to the hotel we was greeted by a lovely man at the door & pointed in the direction of where the tea was. We waited a few minutes for our table to be ready as we arrived early but this gave up time to film the surroundings.

Once we were shown to our table we were all surprise as we was given a little hidden table surrounded by plants & no one could see us which was lovely a it meant we were able to get our cameras out loads without disturbing people around us.

The menu was presented in a little old book which really added to the theming of the afternoon tea.

The menu consisted of

moked salmon Scotch quails egg with caviar and cream cheese
Stack of King of Hearts ham and parmesan croque-monsieur
Cornish crab bridge roll with dill, lemon, creme fraiche and avocado
White Rabbit cucumber and cream cheese sandwich on pesto bread
Queen of Hearts rose and strawberry Jammy Dodger
Mocha chessboard gateau
Tweedle Dee lemon curd financier
Mad March Hare vanilla pocket watch macaroon
Chocolate and pistachio Blue Caterpillar
Wonderland marshmallow magic mushrooms
Mad Hatters lost carrot and fennel meringue
Alice's cinnamon, apple and peach "Drink Me" potion
Sanderson's warm scones served with Cornish clotted cream and fruit preserve
This cost £48 per person or £58/£65 depending on your choice of champagne

I loved everything about this tea. The theming was amazing, with the plates & tea set as well as the jewellery box filled with sugar. I loved the playing cards that told you all about their speciality teas which were amazing might I add. All the staff are friendly & welcoming. They made our day even more special by wishing me & Dionne a happy birthday with little cakes.

I really think this tea was worth the money & I would recommend it if you’re looking for something different to do in central London. 

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