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Afternoon Tea For Two At The Mad Hatters Cafe
There’s nothing quite as luxurious as adding an extra meal to the day, and one that is composed entirely of party food is a real treat. Afternoon tea is the perfect way to break from the daily routine and enjoy something special and visitors taking afternoon tea at The Mad Hatters Café will discover that there are plenty more surprises in store for them as they spot the quirky decorative touches that make this beautiful café so special.
Locals and visitors to Glasgow will love the chance to enjoy this afternoon tea with a difference right in the heart of the action. Fans of Alice’s adventures will love finding the references to the popular stories - some are obvious and some less so, but they all combine to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
This afternoon tea is the perfect way to round of a day of shopping, sightseeing or just soaking up the beautiful views to be found in the parks which adjoin this bustling area of Glasgow. Guests are guaranteed a warm, if someone unusual welcome as they step into this weird and wonderful world, inspired by the Mad Hatter. The décor owes much to the rich descriptions in Lewis Carroll’s ever-popular books and although it’s unlikely that any of their teapots contain sleeping dormice, there are plenty of other treats in store.
The afternoon tea itself is freshly prepared from the finest ingredients and includes a selection of delicious finger sandwiches, homemade scones served with cream and preserves and a cupcake each, all accompanied by tea and coffee.
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The minimum age for this experience is 16 years old. This experience is available Tuesday to Saturday subject to availability, throughout the year.
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