This is a Harry Potter-inspired afternoon tea

Mars El Brogy,Justine Chalabi
Monday 07 May 2018 10:58
Harry Potter-inspired afternoon tea

All-natural bakery Cutter & Squidge has worked their gastronomic magic yet again and this time they are putting on a Harry Potter-inspired afternoon tea.

(Cutter and Squidge

Following the sell-out success of their Genie’s Cave afternoon tea at the flagship Brewer Street store, they have created an entirely new immersive experience - the Potion Room.

The two and half hour experience is set in a wizard’s classroom, where guests will concoct their own edible and drinkable potions under the guidance of a virtuoso potion master and enjoy a scrumptious afternoon tea.

(Cutter and Squidge

In this video, we took a sneak peek at the latest afternoon tea that is taking London by storm.

The Potion Room, Cutter & Squidge, 20 Brewer St, Soho, London, W1F 0SJ

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