This mid-afternoon treat can now be enjoyed over the summer holidays by even the youngest members of the family, courtesy of The Garden Room Café at The Mansion in Roundhay Park, Leeds.

The new afternoon tea for tots has been designed by Head Chef Peter Harrison to appeal to youngster’s tastes.

The menu includes the original afternoon tea spread, with a colourful ‘cocktail’ of three tiers of jelly and popping candy, alongside traditional tea time treats.

Four year old Alice Mason, pictured tasting the afternoon tea for the first time, said: “My favourite is the jelly, it’s beautiful.”

Alice Mason tries afternoon tea at The Garden Room Cafe, The Mansion, Roundhay Park 2The idea has been created by The Garden Room Café, at The Mansion in Roundhay Park, Leeds who put emphasis on sourcing great quality ingredients from local suppliers, including The Yorkshire Dales Meat Company, Bleiker’s Smokehouse, Yorvale, Yellison Farm and Womersley Fine Foods.

Peter Harrison said: “Whether it’s for a family celebration or a special treat to mark the start of the summer holidays, this is a fun way to indulge the younger members of the family.”

Children can enjoy the afternoon tea, which is served with a ‘Babyccino’, from the 20th July.

It is served in the Garden Room and is priced at £8.50. Afternoon tea is available Monday – Friday, 2pm-5pm.

The full menu will also be available making sure all family members can enjoy their experience.

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