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Looking for the perfect outing for the school holidays? The Langham, Sydney has it covered with a sophisticated morning tea to treat your child to the finer things in life.

To celebrate the launch of The Little Mermaid on Blu-ray, The Langham, Sydney are hosting an under the sea morning tea!

The Little Mermaid Morning Tea menu includes Atlantica choc-fudge cupcakes, Sebastian macarons, Flounder crackles, choc-chip scones and Under the Sea jelly, complete with Hot Chocolate and Little Mermaid lemonade!

Treat your child these school holidays, Saturday, 21 September to Sunday, 6 October.

89-113 Kent St, Sydney 2000

10am - 12pm daily

$30 per child

To book telephone 02 8248 5220 or email†tlsyd.rsvn@langhamhotels.com

 

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