TeaTimeBy Jean Cazals
Teatime showcases a much-loved British tradition in the year of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and the 2012 London Olympic Games The book features traditional world famous London venues such as The Ritz and The Savoy as well as those that offer a more modern take on afternoon tea, including the Primrose Bakery and Yauatcha Includes over 30 delicious recipes from a selection of London's best afternoon teas Illustrated by world-renowned food photographer Jean Cazals, TeaTime takes you on a sumptuous journey round fifty of London's unique and brilliant tea-hotspots, capturing the ambience of world famous venues such as The Ritz and The Savoy. Specifically the venues which offer a modern twist on traditional afternoon tea such as the Primrose Bakery and The Berkeley, or the more down-to-earth like La Fromagerie and Daylesford Organic, and the indulgent Melt and Cocomaya. Although the British only invented the custom about 160 years ago, it has become part of their cultural DNA and a habit that they have exported around the World. TeaTime includes more than 30 mouth-watering recipes from a selection of London's best afternoon teas made by the chefs from grand and boutique hotels, and chic bars and cafes."