Disney fans are in for the ultimate foodie feast thanks to the Town House Kensington's latest afternoon tea offering! In tribute to the upcoming live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast, the menu serves up a host of delectable treats inspired by the original animated version including cakes that look like characters such as Cogsworth and dishes offered up to Belle by Lumière in the iconic song Be Our Guest.
The tea itself is served in adorable Mrs. Potts and Chip Potts dishware so guests are sure to feel like they've truly stepped into the Beast's enchanted castle as they dine upon the mouth-watering dishes available.
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Some of our favourites? There's a chocolate ganache tart that's decorated to look just like talking clock Cogsworth, not to mention there's a vanilla and gold jelly which is presented in shot glasses with a rose petal immersed inside for a striking tribute to the enchanted rose that is pinnacle to the film. We're also loving the spiced snow ball macaroon in coconut and chocolate that's reminiscent of the iconic snowball fight between Belle and the Beast during Something There.
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For those who don't have a sweet tooth, there's a host of delicious savoury alternatives including a bite-sized venison pie, a cheese soufflé with roscoff onion pissaladiere, and even beef ragu and saffron arancini complemented by lemon crème fraiche.
Dishes are tributes to the original animated version of Beauty and the Beast
Unfortunately, we weren't the only Disney fans to catch wind of Town House Kensington's magical afternoon tea, and tickets have already sold out, but the menu is still causing a social media frenzy amongst those excited for the release of the upcoming film.
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The highly-anticipated live-action remake is set to hit cinemas in March, and boasts a star-studded cast including Emma Watson as Belle, with Dan Stevens taking on the role of the Beast. Meanwhile, Ewan McGregor and Ian McKellen will play servants-turned-household-objects Lumiere and Cogsworth, Emma Thompson will voice Mrs. Potts and Luke Evans will star as the film's handsome villain Gaston.