What: Alice in Wonderland afternoon tea followed by Alice’s Underground Adventures Where: Amba Hotel, The Strand, Charing Cross, London WC2N 5HX then The Vaults, Leake Street, London SE1 7NN Why you should go there: Die-hard fans of the original tale will love all the attention to detail Favourite thing we ate: The scones with clotted cream and jam.
Great decor with Alice in Wonderland all around. If you have a young child with you, they can wear pretty fairy wings which is very sweet. They have a great tea selection and options for sizes. I can spend hours there chatting with friends and drinking very delicious tea mixes. Definitely try a scone with cream cheese and jam! It is a beautiful combination of flavors that goes hand in hand.
When Alice leaves, before the tea is over, she sees the Mad Hatter and the March Hare attempting to stuff the poor Dormouse into the teapot. The rulebook of Victorian dining etiquette seems not only to have been ripped up, but jammed into the mouth and unceremoniously swallowed. Although the Victorians may not have expected to find a mouse in their teapots, throughout the 19th century there.
Tumble down the rabbit hole and arrive at this fun, themed Alice in Wonderland afternoon tea. This quirky tea is served in the formidable surrounds of the 5-Star Taj 51 in London’s Buckingham Gate. This impressive townhouse hotel seamlessly blends fine period features, colourful artwork and a unique but beautiful peacock wallpaper.
Disney Alice In Wonderland Tea Pot. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item.
At Alice and the Hatter our aim is simply to be the best afternoon tea venue in Kent - a tea room for all ages. We cater for and appeal to anyone who likes a touch of the unusual and afternoon tea with a twist. The Hatter brings a food focus to “open book sandwiches”, for those who want a healthy choice with accompanying offerings of both specialist tea’s and coffee’s which has not.
Alice has had lots of adventures in Wonderland. Now, she has been called as a witness in the trial of the Knave of Hearts. The King of Hearts is the judge, but Alice has grown so tall that her.
Tim Burton's new 'Alice in Wonderland' film has inspired a host of Alice-themed events in London, from theatre and cabaret shows to shopping events and a 21st century take on the Mad Hatter's tea.