Are you looking for the pinkest and cutest spot in London? You will find it at ‘the Gallery’ at Sketch London. When you are in London, you should go and have afternoon tea! I always plan at least one afternoon tea and it makes even more fun when you can choose from a big variety (I recommend you to have a look at afternoontea.co.uk). My tip: if you attend an afternoon tea, you don’t need lunch! We ate something at Bubba Gump before we had tea time at Sketch and it was a pain lol – you will get enough, trust me!
The Sketch London was easy to find and just a 10 minutes walk from Piccadilly Circus. The Sketch has very unique rooms, we could have a brief glance into ‘the Glade’ room, a very stylish bar with a touch of nature and forest feeling. We stepped into ‘the Gallery’ and my first thought was – so pink!!! The room was a little art gallery with works by David Shrigley. It was tennis week so we got a special afternoon tea “Wimbledon Edition”, which was a little more expensive than the ordinary set (£68 per person instead of £59). The atmosphere was heavenly and the pastries were very delicious. All in all it was an expensive experience, but absolute worth it. PS. Don’t forget to visit the restrooms, they have egg shaped toilets :)
9 Conduit St, Mayfair
London W1S 2XG0207 659 4500
Telephone: +44 207 659 4500
Opening hours (for Afternoon Tea at the Gallery):
Monday to Sunday: 11:30 – 16:00
sketch Classic Afternoon Tea, £59 per person
Champagne Afternoon Tea, £73 per person
Children’s Afternoon Tea, £35 per child – including Pat the Bear
The entrance ‘the Glade’ room and here is ‘the Gallery’ Wimbledon Edition Afternoon Tea Art work by David Shrigley so pink! art. Egg-shaped toilets Looks futuristic doesn’t it? Back at the Gallery Mhmmmm! can’t hide my smile :) Scones, so delicious!
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