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Afternoon Tea: Hello Kitty at Cutter & Squidge

Last few weeks of London pop up cafe devoted to the famous feline 

Afternoon tea - Cutter and Squidge

When all-natural Soho bakery Cutter & Squidge transformed their basement into a garden paradise in June, fans around the globe have descended to London to sample their ‘oh so cute’ Hello Kitty afternoon tea.

The scrumptious treat includes: pink lemonade, a choice of loose leaf tea including Hello Kitty Apple Pie tea, sandwiches, savoury cheese scones served with red pepper relish and cream cheese, coronation crackers, a strawberry milkshake biskie (a biscuit/cake/cookie hybrid), apple pie mousse, a vanilla cookie, ice cream, pink lemonade marshmallow, cake truffle and dipped strawberries.

Firm favourites are Mama’s Homemade Apple Pie Biskie, inspired by the iconic Sanrio character’s all-time favourite treat, and Kitty’s Mud Pie Chocolate Dream Cake.

Cutter & Squidge owner, Annabel Lui said: “Afternoon tea is a meal that you enjoy with friends and it can involve anything from sandwiches to little warm bites and predominantly sweet treats as well.

“This is a special collaboration. We created an afternoon tea inspired by Hello Kitty - that’s everything including the flavours from the drinks to the flavours in the food…”

Hello Kitty Afternoon Tea is at Cutter & Squidge until September 14, 11am – 5pm.

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