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This Easter, The Langham, Sydney is hosting an enchanting experience for the entire family to enjoy. “The Tale of Mr Rabbit” Afternoon Tea will be held throughout the April School Holidays, and the hotel lobby will feature enthralling and colourful chocolate Easter egg displays.

We have a double pass to give away to The Tale of Mr Rabbit Afternoon Tea At The Langham, Sydney. – 2x adults and 2x children on Sunday 14 April at the 12pm sitting

The Langham, Sydney’s team of pastry chefs bring you a rabbit warren of Afternoon Tea delights over three weekends throughout the April School Holidays.

The range of sweet items on the menu will include carrot and ginger edible garden beds, golden egg bonbons, hot cross bun macaroons, mandarin and white chocolate eggs, Mr Rabbit tartlets, and more. These will be accompanied by carrot cake and vanilla scones with jam and cream.

Savoury items include tuna, crème fraîche and caviar tartlets, beef and potato miniature pies, mushroom and gruyere cheese puffs and kingfish tartare, and lime and coriander charcoal cones. These will be served with Langham’s signature finger sandwiches filled with a choice of chicken tarragon and spinach, or curried egg and rocket.

A selection of tea or barista coffee will also be included for all guests, including the optional hot chocolate with marshmallows for children.

Adults will receive a complimentary glass of sparkling on arrival, along with an Easter gift for all diners, and colouring activities for children. Guests will be greeted by Mr Rabbit himself during their dining experience!

Seating is from 12:00pm to 2:30pm, or 3:00pm to 5:30pm. Bookings are available on all Saturdays and Sundays from 13th April to the 28th April, excluding Easter Sunday. Children aged 4 -12 dine for $45.00 and adults, for $95.00.

To make a booking, please contact the hotel directly on +61 (2) 9256 2222 or email tlsyd.rsvn@langhamhotels.com


Easter Sunday Lunch

The Langham, Sydney is also holding family Easter Sunday Lunch in The Drawing Room on Sunday 21 April. This will be an indulgent buffet dining experience, including a chocolate fountain accompanied by marshmallows, strawberries and an array of fruits. The extensive sweet selection will also include a macaron tower, assorted petite fours
and more.

Children will be entertained with colouring in activities and an Easter gift to take home. A glass of sparkling on arrival and selection of tea or barista coffee will also be included for all adults. Easter Sunday Lunch is $115.00 per adult and children aged 4-12 dine for $49.00 each.

Please note this competition is open from 21 March 2019 until 8 April 2019 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. F. MoroucoNSW
  • Being the Easter bunny and sneaking around with only one goal in mind
    The faces of the children when they wake and want to see what they will find
    Wonderment, excitement and happiness galore
    This is my Easter treat and don’t need a thing more

  • cinnamon bun made by nanna, but she passed away.

  • It would have to be the Darrell Lea Rocky Road Easter egg!

  • The best part of Easter are the sleep ins, having a lazy brunch with family and the extra time I get to spend with my son.

  • Homemade rocky road, made with flavoured easter eggs

  • Darell Lea nougat eggs and my mums baked blueberry cheesecake

  • hot cross buns. only the traditional kind slightly warmed with a generous amount of butter yummmm

  • Hot Cross Buns – I’m one of those people who gets excited when they are in stores straight after Christmas. I love the fruit ones and my children love the chocolate ones. Yum!

  • Ice cream with mixed broken flavoured easter eggs through it – Served with wine when the kids are in bed.

  • Fruit buns and Cadbury mini Easter eggs are a must, however the children’s delight is my greatest sight!

  • A hot cross bun with a easter egg inside melted. Pure heaven.

  • Hot Cross buns, we all over them here, traditional, fruitless and even choc chip

  • Our favourite Easter treat would be Easter eggs .
    With school holidays this easter we are hoping to go somewhere beautiful for the girls to have a lovely day on there school break .
    Might even be the Easter show if money permits

  • I love helping our daughter eat her eggs – she usually gets given enough to last a year!

  • The most amazing brioche hot cross buns from a local bakery

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