Attention, constant subjects. If you imagination feeling like a princess, but don’t wish to marry immature or never swear, rejoice: there’s a snazzy new way to feel royal.
London Tea Terrace, a grill with branches at House of Fraser Oxford Street and House of Fraser Victoria Street, now offers a Cinderella carriage as a table.
Yup. It’s a list inside a still carriage, where you can sit, eat, and demeanour down on all the peasants eating at regular, non-carriage tables.
The carriage is privately dictated for afternoon tea, naturally, but you can also book in for lunch.
Picture it: You, a crony you’re trying to impress, scones, in a carriage.
That’s flattering fancy. And a cheaper way to fake to be Cinderella than going to Disneyland.
If you’d utterly like to sip tea in the carriage, you’ll need to book in advance.
There’s a use charge of £15 per person, and a smallest spend of £19.25 – possibly for afternoon tea or a lunch (made up a categorical course, a dessert, and a drink).
Slippers – potion or differently – discretionary but recommended.