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Psychedelic South Kensington cafe The Knot Churros has launched an afternoon tea — and as you'd expect, it's a far cry from your traditional sarnies and scones offering.
The 'I'm so freaking grateful for my churros afternoon tea' (catchy name, guys) begins with a choice of two freshly prepared bagels. Follow them up with an assortment of eight churros with assorted flavours and toppings, served up with a two Belgian chocolate dips.
Keep your sugar levels at peak with the soft serve ice cream dessert, each pot topped with an edible mermaid tail (naturally) and a cloud of candy floss. Choose a tea or latte to wash it all down.
If that sounds like too much of a dentist-appointment-in-the-making to get your head round, this video might make things a little clearer. Try not to lick your screen, eh?
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YASSS! We are excited to announce that The Knot now offers a very rare and exclusive AFTERNOON TEA ☕️ 💋 Reservations only for afternoon tea via our site link in bio 😃😃 Watch the video to find out more 🥰 P.S “I’m so freaking grateful for my churros !” 💋💋 * Thank you to the @thegurpreetkaur for capturing the magical moments at our very special afternoon tea! 💕
The Knot opened in 2018, and quickly became known for its outlandish desserts and Instagrammable decor, packing pink and jungle-themed walls, life-size plastic flamingos, neon lights and fake flowers into its petite space. Here's what happened when we dropped by:
The Knot Churros, 13 Bute Street, South Kensington. Afternoon tea is £45 for two, and must be booked in advance. Peruse other new afternoon teas in London (none quite this wacky though).