High tea in historic surroundings: Cuisson launch pop-up Afternoon Tea parlour in Burlington Arcade

Cuisson © peter miranda

Afternoon Tea delights created by pastry chef Hideko Kawa will be on offer at the Cuisson pop-up in the Burlington Arcade
© Peter Miranda

When it comes to a treat like Afternoon Tea, shouldn’t you drink it in an equally glamorous postcode? Well, from this April for 11 weeks, a pop-up tea parlour is coming to Mayfair in the iconic Burlington Arcade.

Bespoke dining company Cuisson is teaming up with Laurent-Perrier for a special, modern interpretation on Afternoon Tea. With the menu overseen by talented pastry chef Hideko Kawa, guests will have the chance to eat her stunning creations in a former jewellery store in the 19th century shopping haven. Kawa trained at Le Cordon Bleu, before starting her career at Restaurant Gordon Ramsay and moving on to perfect her pastry skills under Helene Darroze at The Connaught, eventually becoming Head Pastry Chef at The Fat Duck. Meanwhile, Cuisson have been bringing chefs from Michelin-starred kitchens together since 2012 to create pop-ups and special events.

The tea will be served in quintessentially English Wedgwood bone china, while some of the food will be presented in the jewellery boxes. For those who want something a bit stronger, the tea will be paired with Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé. Among the many delectable food served will include coronation chicken terrine, smoked salmon cornet caviar, Laurent-Perrier Champagne trifle and Cuisson choux pastry with caramel and candied herbs.

  • Cuisson Pop-Up Afternoon Tea will take place at 66-67 Burlington Arcade, Mayfair, W1J 0QJ. Tickets: £65 for Afternoon Tea for one including two glasses of champagne. From 8 April until 26 June 2015. Nearest tube: Green Park. To book, visit the Time Out London website.

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Posted on 2 April 2015, in Grub, London and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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