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Seeing as we’re going to be having more rain than sun this August, you may be racking your brains as to what to do with the kids on their summer break. Fret not, we’ve thought of an activity that will keep both parent and child entertained and filled with great food – a halal Children’s Afternoon Tea. Yes, reading it may not sound so fun but from sharing scones whilst watching the guards change by Buckingham palace to a Bear Tea Party to riding a bus around the city, children’s afternoon teas are far from boring and are most definitely an experience worth trying!

We’ve rounded up a list of places that serve halal children’s Afternoon Tea in London that look so delicious even you’ll be trying to steal a bite or two. We’ve also included a short list of places that serve a vegetarian children’s Afternoon Tea menu!

Disclaimer: Please do double check the halal status of each of these places as the suppliers may change since this post was written. It is recommended to request halal at the time of booking!

Halal Children’s Afternoon Tea in London

Bridgerton at The Lanesborough Hotel,

Have a teen who loved Bridgerton? The Lanesborough hotel have launched a Bridgerton-esque afternoon tea with classic sandwiches, pastries like the Lady Whistledown and The Queen’s Diamond, and a special Bridgerton tea blend (black tea with floral notes). Definitely one that Lady Whistledown would approve of!

Halal Status: Available upon request.
Price: £65

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Peppa Pig Afternoon Tea with Brigit Bakery

As if afternoon tea on a bus isn’t cool enough already, Brigit Bakery have gone the extra mile and are running a special Peppa Pig themed Afternoon Tea on their buses. From Peppa Pig shortbread biscuits to Daddy Pig’s mini margherita pizza to Granny Pig’s mini scones, this is an absolute treat especially if your child is a fan and they’ll be able to take in all the main sights of London along the journey! 

Halal Status: The Peppa Pig Tea menu is all halal.
Price: £35 per child and £45 per adult

Availability: Thursday-Sunday

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Children’s Afternoon Tea at Claridge’s, Mayfair

Claridge’s run one of the best Afternoon Tea experiences in the city and alongside the regular menu, they also serve a children’s version too so that your little one doesn’t miss out! Expect the usual Claridge’s tea fare: finger sandwiches (egg mayonnaise, cheese, jam), scones with cream and jam, and an assortment of mini desserts like a dark chocolate smiley face, vanilla ice cream cone and a fruit tart – all to be washed down with a cup of their signature hot chocolate. 

Halal Status: Available upon request. 
Price: £45 per child and £70 per adult

Availability: Served daily between 2:45pm and 5:30pm

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Little Prince and Princess Tea at The Rubens Hotel, Westminster 

If you’re planning on taking the children to see Buckingham Palace then the Little Prince and Princess Tea at The Rubens Hotel around the corner will go down a treat with them. They’ll be treated to a collection of finger sandwiches, scones (of course!) and milkshakes whilst overlooking the Royal Mews or the changing of the guards. 

Halal Status: Available upon request
Price: £19 per child and £45 per adult
Address: 39 Buckingham Palace Rd, London SW1W 0PS 

Availability: Served daily from 12pm-5pm


Harrods Bear Tea Party at Harrods, Knightsbridge

Take their teddy bear picnic to the next level by bringing them to Harrods for the Harrods Bear Tea Party. They’ll be able to snack on miniature sandwiches, fluffy scones and special desserts like the Harrods Bear vanilla cupcake or the bear shaped cookie, plus a choice from strawberry milk, hot chocolate or decaffeinated teas to sip on ! 

Halal Status: Available upon request
Price: £33 per child and £59 per adult
Address: Harrods Tea Rooms, 87-135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7XL 

Availability: Served daily from 12pm onwards. 

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Children’s Afternoon Tea at The Langham, Regent’s Street

From jigsaw sandwiches to child-friendly pastries to velvety Valrhona hot chocolate, the Afternoon Tea at The Langham is an absolute delight for any child and adult too. It is also the first hotel to serve Afternoon Tea over 155 years ago in the city!

Halal Status: Available upon request
Price: £29.50 per child and £62 per adult
1c Portland Place, Regent Street, London,W1B 1JA

Availability: Served Thursday to Sunday from 12:30pm-5pm

The Manorfield Children’s Afternoon Tea at The Dorchester

The Children’s Afternoon Tea at The Dorchester has been curated for children by children, specifically those from Manorfield Primary School, with the help of the executive chef, Mario Perera. From Smarties cookies and vanilla ice cream to rainbow milkshake to a cucumber and cheese wagon wheel, this is an afternoon tea your kids will actually eat! All proceeds from this Afternoon Tea will be donated to the Manorfield Primary school.

Halal Status: Available upon request
Price: £10 per child and £70 per adults. One children’s afternoon tea per adult taking afternoon tea.
Address:The Dorchester Hotel, 53 Park Lane, Mayfair, London, W1K 1QA

Availability: Served daily from 11am-6pm

Non-halal Children’s Afternoon Tea

  • The Potion Room at Cutter and Squidge – request vegetarian menu
  • Kid’s Sci-Fi Afternoon Tea at The Ampersand – request vegetarian 
  • The Sweet Shop at The Chesterfield Hotel – request vegetarian

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