Ampersand launches children's afternoon tea at ZSL London Zoo

20 July 2016 by
Ampersand launches children's afternoon tea at ZSL London Zoo

Ampersand has introduced a children's afternoon tea to ZSL London Zoo's Terrace Restaurant.

The specially created zoo-inspired menu will feature sandwiches and treats designed to look like animals and characters, presented on a miniature picnic bench.

Paul Jackson, managing director at Ampersand, said: "We understand the importance and value of creating a family friendly dining experience that works for children and adults alike, and our new children's afternoon tea offer ticks all the boxes.

"From the sandwiches through to the cupcakes, the children will have fun identifying the animals as well as enjoying delicious food, which parents and carers can be sure are made with the best quality ingredients."

Rich Storton, commercial and communications director at ZSL London Zoo, added: "Ensuring visitors of all ages have a wonderful day is so important to us here at ZSL London Zoo, and we're proud of our creative catering on offer."

Ampersand is CH&Co Group's specialist visitor attraction catering division. It offers catering services to a range of British establishments including historic palaces, ZSL London Zoo and the Law Society.

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