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Tea and Cake London by Zena Alkayat (Black Dog Publishing)

It felt fitting to enjoy this wonderful delight of a book that will never leave us curious as to where to go for tea when we’re up in town again, with some cake from our local cafe (mentioned in the book on page 170). Not all for me of course. The generous slice of plum and ricotta cake was for Milo’s dad, while I chose the peanut butter cupcake with vanilla buttercream and peanut butter brittle.

And relax.

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  1. Oooh, does it mention somewhere nice, but reasonable, to go and have afternoon tea? My sister is coming to London in June with a friend and I will be joining them there for a day. I thought it’d be good to go to afternoon tea somewhere but don’t know London enough!

    March 31, 2012
    • natashaworswick #

      That sounds lovely and yes, there are so many places to go for afternoon tea in London town. I shall email you with a few possibilities. Am myself, going to Fortnum and Mason tomorrow afternoon for a special treat with family, it’s great there (super posh! Will have to put on a dress methinks!) and right round the corner from the illustration cupboard 😉

      March 31, 2012
  2. Oh wow, have fun at Fortnum and Mason,I bet it will be superb! I

    March 31, 2012

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