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Afternoon Tea at The Stage

Super-boutique hotel, The Londoner have lifted the curtain on their show-stopping afternoon tea. Drama unfolds at The Stage as the team take you through the Afternoon Tea in three acts. Indulge in a Champagne breakfast, Champagne afternoon tea, or opt for the Grand Finale of oysters, caviar and more. The star of The Stage is the reserve collection of Champagne, with more than 35 bottles to choose from, and a selection of Champagne cocktails.

Act One - Champagne Breakfast

The opening act at The Stage breaks out into a morning scene, beginning with a Champagne Breakfast complemented with fresh patisseries from the viennoiserie cart and selections from the specially curated à la carte menu.

Act Two - Champagne Afternoon Tea

Bringing an element of theatre to the traditional afternoon tea, Act Two brings flavour and presentation like no other. The Champagne afternoon tea in the West End features handcrafted patisserie artworks and delicious sandwiches, served with loose leaf tea from The East India Company.

Grand Finale - Champagne Bar

Celebrate the final act at The Stage with joie de vivre! Indulge in the delectable taste of seasonal rock oysters, Oscietra and Beluga caviar, signature plates, the finest in European charcuterie and artisanal French cheese.

Event Info

Date & Time

October 23

Act One: 8:00 – 10:30 Act Two: Saturday & Sunday: 12:00 - 16:00 Grand Finale: Sunday to Wednesday - 17:00 – 00:00 Thursday to Saturday - 17:00 – 1:00


The Stage at The Londoner, Leicester Square, London, UK

Tel: +44 20 7451 0139

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