The Rosewood London recently launched a new quirky afternoon tea based on the arts called Art Afternoon Tea. Inspired by the one and only world class painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso. Renowned pastry chef Mark Perskins has included elements of Cubism and Surrealism from the work of Picasso, the menu will include pastries called Oh These Guitars, The Dream and Head of a Woman and many more. The menu will also include a selection of traditional sandwiches including Iberico Ham and tomato, saffron marinated chicken with paprika bread and spring onion on brioche. The menu also includes plain and raisin scones with clotted cream, lemon curd and homemade jam. They have an extensive range of loose leaf teas on offer alongside cocktails, if you fancy a more boozy afternoon tea experience.
The new launch coincides with the Royal Academy’s new exhibition Picasso and Paper. So after eating pieces of delicious art you can head on over to the exhibition to see the real thing.
Prices begin at £65pp/ £75 including a glass of delicious Ruinard Brut champagne/ £80 with a glass of Ruinard Rosé and £110 with a glass of unique vintage Dom Perignon 2008.
Address: Rosewood London, 252 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7EN
Dates: February 4th to August 2020
Written by: Lisa Leroux