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Wednesday 6 June 2012

THE HIGHEST TEA ON OXFORD STREET AT THE DAYLESFORD CAFÉ

This summer Selfridges London has reopened its legendary roof, transforming the sky-high space into the capital's coolest place to eat. 

Whether basking in the sun or shaded by the retractable awning, Daylesford Café will be open daily until 30 September, from 12 noon to 9pm. The bespoke menu fits this unique rooftop experience, catering for all appetites from lunch to dinner.

Daylesford Café will serve delicious, organic food within an outdoor playful picnic setting – with all produce sourced from their farm. Everything on the menu is glorious, from a proper British afternoon tea and award-winning cheeseboard, to a surprising gin jelly – a special collaboration with Bompas & Parr. On balmy summer evenings, the rooftop at Selfridges will be the place to unwind and relax, watch the sun set over London whilst sipping a cold glass of Pimm’s.

Jamie Mitchell, Daylesford CEO commented “We are very excited to see two quintessentially British brands, Daylesford and Selfridges, join forces to create the ‘highest tea served on Oxford Street’. Celebrating this great British tradition, our chefs will be using award-winning produce from our farm, to create a unique Daylesford twist on afternoon tea, throughout the summer.”

Tables are allocated on a first come, first served basis - bookings are not available.