This summer, Ladurée is delighted to celebrate their continued collaboration with Château d’Estoublon’s Roseblood. To celebrate the prestige and heritage of Maison Ladurée and Château d’Estoublon, they have created an exclusive collection, featuring macarons, sorbets, Roseblood Rosé wine, cocktails, and an exclusive afternoon tea in Covent Garden.

This summer, stimulate your senses at Ladurée Covent Garden. You will be able to enjoy an irresistible food pairing experience, combining the Ladurée savoir faire with the lively and elegant Roseblood rosé wine from the Château D’Estoublon vineyard.

In London's iconic Covent Garden market, Ladurée offers the ideal location to relax and enjoy all-day dining. Ladurée offers a selection of tempting menus with a wide selection of Champagne's, wines and spirits to compliment your meal. From a peaceful breakfast to a leisurely lunch to dinner and drinks after work or before the theatre they offer menus to fit all occasions. Classic menu items include the Ladurée signature Vol-au-vent, French toast and the club Ladurée sandwich. Menus also include vegetarian and gluten free options.

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The Covent Garden outpost of Ladurée is the patisserie second tea salon and restaurant in the capital, serving an all-day dining menu along with stunning cakes, bakery afternoon tea and champagne, and of course, their signature macarons.

For the perfect afternoon indulgence to enjoy with friends and family or take a break from shopping, sit back and enjoy a traditional Afternoon Tea with a French twist, beautifully served on a three tier cake stand and includes a selection of their famous macarons, mini patisseries, scones served with clotted cream and jam, accompanied with dainty finger sandwiches with a choice of teas and champagnes.

One of the most sublime afternoon tea experiences in London, Ladurée was founded in Paris in 1862 by Louis Ernest Ladurée and brings a little bit of French culture to London for everyone to enjoy. Ladurée is a convenient stone’s throw from Covent Garden Underground Station.

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