Dalloway Terrace Has Redecorated For Spring, And It’s Bee-utiful

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Dalloway Terrace is celebrating all things spring with some new bee-themed decor.

It might not quite feel like it just yet – talking about you, snow and ice warnings –  but springtime really is just around the corner. Promise. And in case you don’t believe us, just take a look at the fresh new springtime decor at The Bloomsbury’s charming Dalloway Terrace.


Florist supreme Nikki Tibbles – from Wild At Heart fame – has come up with a new design that’s sure to put a spring in the step of Instagram addicts everywhere. And, alongside the usual blooms and blossoms, they’ve added in a few spring critters. Luckily, none of them will disturb your meal by belly-flopping into your wine glass. These guys are purely decorative.


This year they’ve opted for an ode to the honey bee, complete with ‘Honey Bee Afternoon Tea’, new seasonal menu, and a new honey-centric cocktail. For every ‘Bees Knees’ cocktail purchased they’ll be donating £2 to the Bumble Bee Conservation Trust. Isn’t that sweet?


Their new ‘Honey Bee’ afternoon tea costs £35 per person and includes honey roast ham and mustard sandwiches, scones served with honey and clotted cream, and lemon shortbread served with lavender honey and blueberry cream. Just reading that is almost enough to give you toothache.


You’ll find Dalloway Terrace at 16-22 Great Russell St, Fitzrovia, WC1B 3NN and it’s open every day for breakfast, lunch, and dinner from 8am to 10.30pm. Go on, buzz off!

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Lily Frohlich

Lily Frohlich

Lily fell in love with London after visiting the Natural History Museum on a day-trip from Bristol (aged four) and she’s never looked back. She’s a sucker for smashed avo’ and poached egg on toast, and she just can’t help herself from frequently posting pictures of her food on Instagram.

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