Friday, 3 March 2017

Biscuiteers Afternoon Tea

Biscuiteers afternoon tea bloggers

Biscuiteers afternoon tea bloggers

Biscuiteers afternoon tea bloggers

Biscuiteers afternoon tea bloggers

Biscuiteers afternoon tea bloggers

Biscuiteers afternoon tea bloggers

Biscuiteers afternoon tea bloggers

Biscuiteers afternoon tea bloggers

Biscuiteers Afternoon Tea Notting Hill 

If you have been reading my blog for a while now you will know that I love afternoon tea, there is something so relaxing about it. Myself and my mum have been to quite a few afternoon teas in London now. It really is one of our favourite things to do. So it was on the top of my list of things to do to celebrate my 22nd Birthday a couple of weeks ago.

This time we decided to go to Biscuiteers in Notting Hill, I have seen so many photographs over Instagram of this place and knew I had to go there. This is one of my favourite things about social media I discover so many new places to go and things to do via other bloggers posting about them! Biscuiteers is an amazing little biscuit shop, with every sort of decorated biscuit you could think of from new born, fashion to wedding designs.

The cafe area is on the shop floor and you are able to walk in and have a drink, and a sweet treat but it's best if you book afternoon tea in advance as there is limited seating so you do not want to be disappointed. The afternoon tea is priced at £48 for two people which I think is very reasonable considering if you buy their box of biscuits it can be a little pricey. The tea is London themed (Which I loved!). I always find with afternoon tea that places are so very generous and you normally get so much food, in fact sometimes too much food that you end up taking some home. (Which is never bad as you can save some for later!) I phoned up Biscuiteers before we went because I'm a little fussy with my sandwiches so I asked if I could have extra salmon as I was not too keen on the other options. I find that most places will change some of the food options to suit your needs so do not be scared to ask this.

Biscuiteers also have icing classes which looked really fun and if you have small children you can go along and pay to ice some biscuits, there was a couple of families doing this while we were there and the children looked like they were having so much fun! I know I used to love this sort of thing as a child.

Me and my mum had a lovely time at Biscuiteers and I would highly recommend a visit if you have not yet been.

Writing this post now is making me want to book another afternoon tea very very soon, if you know of any other good afternoon teas in London please let me know! As I would love to try out some more.

Love
Nicole
xx

  

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