Oh là Ladurée: Champagne Afternoon Tea for Two at Ladurée London

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Oh là Ladurée: Champagne Afternoon Tea for Two at Ladurée London

Covent Garden, London

£114
  • Add an extra guest (4 max) +
    £57
Valid for 1 years

“Laduree is justifiably famous for its macarons...everyone should try them once” Jay Rayner, The Guardian

Why we love it

Ladurée may be best known for its macarons, millefeuilles and tartes but the patisserie’s piece de resistance is their signature L’heure du Thé (Afternoon Tea). Indulge in a memorable selection of macarons, champagne, finger sandwiches, mini viennoiseries and pastries. Ladurée’s master chef pâtissier's make the simple, sublime, ensuring the most grandiose Afternoon Tea experience found anywhere in the world.

What's Included?

  • Take afternoon tea for two at the world-famous Ladurée in Covent Garden
  • Enjoy a 375ml bottle of Ladurée's signature champagne to share
  • Relax with tea, coffee or a hot chocolate each, served with one of Ladurée's famed macarons
  • Savour a selection of finger sandwiches, assorted mini viennoiseries and appetising pastries
  • Indulge with a Napoléon Box of four macarons for each person

Exclusive to TRULY

  • This experience is unique to Truly guests

Description

For over 100 years, the illustrious Ladurée name has been synonymous with worldwide prestige and pastry innovation, creating delectable treats using a blend of fine flavours and quality ingredients.

The history of the Parisian tea room holds close links to the Ladurée family, beginning in 1862 when Louis Ladurée founded a bakery at Paris’s 16 rue Royale. When a fire broke out at the bakery, Jules Cheret, the famed fin de siècle painter and poster artist, was presented the opportunity to transform Ladurée into the beguiling pastry shop that lives on today.

Ladurée’s rise to fame came in 1930 when Pierre Desfontaines, grandson of Louis Ladurée, had the original idea of the double-decker macaron, taking two macaron shells and joining them with a creamy ganache filling, a creation which is now inextricably linked to their name.

Ladurée's Parisian-style café and patisserie in Covent Garden is in-keeping with Ladurée’s classic French style. The tea salon houses two beautiful rooms, decorated with pastel shades, plush velvet furnishings and antique paintings.

Start proceedings with a 375ml bottle of Ladurée’s signature champagne, followed by a classic finger sandwich selection, presented on a traditional silver-tiered stand with delectable mini artisan viennoiseries and pastries of your choice. Over a spot of tea, coffee or hot chocolate you'll enjoy Ladurée's famed macarons. Select your bijou treats from a vast array of melt-in-the-mouth flavours and colours. Celebrate the occasion in the quaint setting of Ladurée’s snug tearooms or outside on the piazza-facing terrace and toast to a quintessentially English, and Parisian inspired, Afternoon Tea.

Description

For over 100 years, the illustrious Ladurée name has been synonymous with worldwide prestige and pastry innovation, creating delectable treats using a blend of fine flavours and quality ingredients.

The history of the Parisian tea room holds close links to the Ladurée family, beginning in 1862 when Louis Ladurée founded a bakery at Paris’s 16 rue Royale. When a fire broke out at the bakery, Jules Cheret, the famed fin de siècle painter and poster artist, was presented the opportunity to transform Ladurée into the beguiling pastry shop that lives on today.

Ladurée’s rise to fame came in 1930 when Pierre Desfontaines, grandson of Louis Ladurée, had the original idea of the double-decker macaron, taking two macaron shells and joining them with a creamy ganache filling, a creation which is now inextricably linked to their name.

Ladurée's Parisian-style café and patisserie in Covent Garden is in-keeping with Ladurée’s classic French style. The tea salon houses two beautiful rooms, decorated with pastel shades, plush velvet furnishings and antique paintings.

Start proceedings with a 375ml bottle of Ladurée’s signature champagne, followed by a classic finger sandwich selection, presented on a traditional silver-tiered stand with delectable mini artisan viennoiseries and pastries of your choice. Over a spot of tea, coffee or hot chocolate you'll enjoy Ladurée's famed macarons. Select your bijou treats from a vast array of melt-in-the-mouth flavours and colours. Celebrate the occasion in the quaint setting of Ladurée’s snug tearooms or outside on the piazza-facing terrace and toast to a quintessentially English, and Parisian inspired, Afternoon Tea.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Available at Ladurée Covent Garden. Afternoon tea is served Monday to Sunday, 12pm to 6pm.

Unfortunately due to operational restrictions related to social distancing at workplaces some inclusions might be changed to an alternative substitute of the same value for bookings form July 2020 until further notice.

All bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least two weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Available at Ladurée Covent Garden. Afternoon tea is served Monday to Sunday, 12pm to 6pm.

Unfortunately due to operational restrictions related to social distancing at workplaces some inclusions might be changed to an alternative substitute of the same value for bookings form July 2020 until further notice.

All bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least two weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

What's Included?

  • Take afternoon tea for two at the world-famous Ladurée in Covent Garden
  • Enjoy a 375ml bottle of Ladurée's signature champagne to share
  • Relax with tea, coffee or a hot chocolate each, served with one of Ladurée's famed macarons
  • Savour a selection of finger sandwiches, assorted mini viennoiseries and appetising pastries
  • Indulge with a Napoléon Box of four macarons for each person

Exclusive to TRULY

  • This experience is unique to Truly guests

Why we love it

Ladurée may be best known for its macarons, millefeuilles and tartes but the patisserie’s piece de resistance is their signature L’heure du Thé (Afternoon Tea). Indulge in a memorable selection of macarons, champagne, finger sandwiches, mini viennoiseries and pastries. Ladurée’s master chef pâtissier's make the simple, sublime, ensuring the most grandiose Afternoon Tea experience found anywhere in the world. Read full description

Description

For over 100 years, the illustrious Ladurée name has been synonymous with worldwide prestige and pastry innovation, creating delectable treats using a blend of fine flavours and quality ingredients.

The history of the Parisian tea room holds close links to the Ladurée family, beginning in 1862 when Louis Ladurée founded a bakery at Paris’s 16 rue Royale. When a fire broke out at the bakery, Jules Cheret, the famed fin de siècle painter and poster artist, was presented the opportunity to transform Ladurée into the beguiling pastry shop that lives on today.

Ladurée’s rise to fame came in 1930 when Pierre Desfontaines, grandson of Louis Ladurée, had the original idea of the double-decker macaron, taking two macaron shells and joining them with a creamy ganache filling, a creation which is now inextricably linked to their name.

Ladurée's Parisian-style café and patisserie in Covent Garden is in-keeping with Ladurée’s classic French style. The tea salon houses two beautiful rooms, decorated with pastel shades, plush velvet furnishings and antique paintings.

Start proceedings with a 375ml bottle of Ladurée’s signature champagne, followed by a classic finger sandwich selection, presented on a traditional silver-tiered stand with delectable mini artisan viennoiseries and pastries of your choice. Over a spot of tea, coffee or hot chocolate you'll enjoy Ladurée's famed macarons. Select your bijou treats from a vast array of melt-in-the-mouth flavours and colours. Celebrate the occasion in the quaint setting of Ladurée’s snug tearooms or outside on the piazza-facing terrace and toast to a quintessentially English, and Parisian inspired, Afternoon Tea.

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Description

For over 100 years, the illustrious Ladurée name has been synonymous with worldwide prestige and pastry innovation, creating delectable treats using a blend of fine flavours and quality ingredients.

The history of the Parisian tea room holds close links to the Ladurée family, beginning in 1862 when Louis Ladurée founded a bakery at Paris’s 16 rue Royale. When a fire broke out at the bakery, Jules Cheret, the famed fin de siècle painter and poster artist, was presented the opportunity to transform Ladurée into the beguiling pastry shop that lives on today.

Ladurée’s rise to fame came in 1930 when Pierre Desfontaines, grandson of Louis Ladurée, had the original idea of the double-decker macaron, taking two macaron shells and joining them with a creamy ganache filling, a creation which is now inextricably linked to their name.

Ladurée's Parisian-style café and patisserie in Covent Garden is in-keeping with Ladurée’s classic French style. The tea salon houses two beautiful rooms, decorated with pastel shades, plush velvet furnishings and antique paintings.

Start proceedings with a 375ml bottle of Ladurée’s signature champagne, followed by a classic finger sandwich selection, presented on a traditional silver-tiered stand with delectable mini artisan viennoiseries and pastries of your choice. Over a spot of tea, coffee or hot chocolate you'll enjoy Ladurée's famed macarons. Select your bijou treats from a vast array of melt-in-the-mouth flavours and colours. Celebrate the occasion in the quaint setting of Ladurée’s snug tearooms or outside on the piazza-facing terrace and toast to a quintessentially English, and Parisian inspired, Afternoon Tea.

Opening Times

Afternoon tea is served Monday to Sunday, 12pm to 6pm Unfortunately due to operational restrictions related to social distancing at workplaces some inclusions might be changed to an alternative substitute of the same value for bookings form July 2020 until further notice. 

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Available at Ladurée Covent Garden. Afternoon tea is served Monday to Sunday, 12pm to 6pm.

Unfortunately due to operational restrictions related to social distancing at workplaces some inclusions might be changed to an alternative substitute of the same value for bookings form July 2020 until further notice.

All bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least two weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

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  • Relax and enjoy

    Simply show up and savour the memory that will last a lifetime.

Oh là Ladurée: Champagne Afternoon Tea for Two at Ladurée London

  • Add an extra guest (4 max) +
    £57