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The Madd Hatter's Cafe

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by Mike Whyte (subscribe)
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Published January 18th 2015
Time to step into the rabbit hole


Don't you just love it when you find somewhere that really gets you excited? That's how I felt about this place - and I believe you will feel the same way too...

The theme is, as you can see, the Madhatter from Alice and Wonderland, and this wonderfully quirky bar really lives up to the sense of adventure seen in Lewis Carroll's most famous book. The only thing to do now, if you're keen to know more, is join me as we head down the rabbit's hole...

The first thing you will notice on entry is the number of teas on offer from Massis tea - everything from Oolong to Earl Grey, and very special Tey Lattes, with a host of flavours just aching to be tried. Combining these with the ingenious concoctions dreamt up by Madd, with their variety of desserts, drinks and snacks, and you can see you have a marriage made in heaven (or in Wonderland if you prefer).

The sense of childlike wonder these possibilities open up mean that you can appreciate why a touch of Wonderland seems to be at play. So don't feel inhibited by your surroundings, go at them with gusto - this is a place designed for your enjoyment if every
thing they have on offer...

The prices are reasonable and the entertainment is, well, entertaining - so make sure your not late, late, late for a very important date with this place.

Now, one disclaimer, I'm pretty sure that none of the drinks will increase or decrease your actual body size, but I haven't tried them all - so don't blame me should anything happen, ok...

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Why? To experience what it's like to fall down the rabbit hole...
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Where: Great Newport Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 7JB
Cost: reasonable prices
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I've walked by this place before but never stopped in. I think it's a great name for a tea shop ;) You've inspired me to try it!
by Erin (score: 2|522) 1453 days ago
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