Witness a stunning afternoon tea experience with Rosewood London that is inspired by Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Rooms

Inspired by the exhibition at the Tate Modern – ‘Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms,’ the Rosewood London has launched an exclusive themed lunch and afternoon tea menu. Featuring a selection of dishes inspired by the Japanese contemporary artist famous and her impressive installations, the experience is designed to awe visitors in unique culinary ways.

As part of the high-tea, connoisseurs will get to sample cucumber and cream cheese sandwiches with shichimi, smoked salmon with wasabi cream, chicken teriyaki with spring onion; egg mayonnaise, katsuobushi, and chives; crispy rice cracker, yuzu avocado, and keta caviar.

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Those with a sweet tooth will further get to savor the tonka caramel- a chocolate cup filled with tonka cream, salted caramel, and a caramel chocolate crumb, a peach and jasmine macaroon filled with peach jelly and jasmine tea ganache, and vanilla cheesecake with actual cherry blossom gel filling, inspired by Japan’s cherry blossoms.

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Also not to miss are the Kusama-inspired cakes – Flowers That Bloom at Midnight’ made with a tropical coconut mousse, strawberry yuzu jelly, matcha green tea sponge, and strawberry crisps; ‘All My love for Tulips’ with a citrusy yuzu mousse, raspberry yuzu jelly, almond pan de gene, green tea sable, raspberry cremeux, and chocolate petals; and the ‘Dots Obsession – Soul of Pumpkin’, made with a passion fruit cremeux, chocolate mousse, flourless chocolate cake, praline feuilletine, passionfruit ganache, and chocolate decorations.

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The Afternoon Tea runs at the Rosewood London on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, from noon until 6 pm onward $92 per person.

[Rosewood Hotels]