Le Restaurant de Paul’s £25 bottomless afternoon tea

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You can barely move these day for bottomless booze deals in this town – literally, if you really go for it – but every now and again something a bit different crops up. Le Restaurant de Paul, owned by the same people as Paul bakeries, is launching its own French-style twist on the traditional English afternoon tea, with the added bonus of bottomless French bubbles for just £25pp. That also includes your sandwiches, patisserie, macarons and a brioche buns (instead of scones), with lashings of jam and cream. Most brunch places charge £15-25pp for the unlimited booze alone, so it’s quite a steal if you fancy a sweet, boozy afternoon.

The deal is available Monday to Friday between 2:30pm-5:30pm at the City branch at Tower 42, and weekends only in Covent Garden at the same times. Advance booking is recommended.

Author: Emily Gibson

Emily is an urban adventurer, blogger and glutton foodie on an epic quest to uncover the best things to eat, drink and do in London. She lives in Islington and loves ceviche, cycling and magic shows. Lifelong nemeses include beetroot, beards and wine served in tumblers.