Imagine sitting at the centre of a candy floss machine. That's what Afternoon Tea at Sketch feels like. At least, that's what the floor-to-ceiling pink gallery restaurant looks like. The menu is much more substantial. Expect three-tiered cake stands serving caviar and quail egg sandwiches, pastries, cakes and colourful macarons. Afternoon tea can be served with or without champagne, and of course rosé champagne is an option. But what really sets Sketch apart from other afternoon affairs are the 239 original David Shrigley artworks scrawled across every wall, teapot, saucer, cup and spoon. Lovers of Impressionism, check out Lunch with Monet, running till 20 April.


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WHAT
Afternoon tea in a bubblegum-coloured gallery.
WHY
Art and food at the same time? Two birds, one stone.
WHERE
Sketch, 9 Conduit St, London W1S 2XG
WHEN
Daily, 12:30-4:30 p.m.
HOW
Book online.

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