In time for Halloween on 31st October Yauatcha, the Michelin-starred Chinese dim sum tea-house in the heart of Soho, has created an exclusive range of seasonal macarons and chocolates available a la carte and from the front-of-house patisserie.
An addition to the existing array of award-winning petit gateaux, the limited edition offerings include Pear and Liquorice macarons (matte black macarons with a ghoulish green centre); Pumpkin Spiced macarons (resembling a pumpkin lantern) and Halloween Toffee-Apple Eyeball Chocolates (white and dark chocolate eyeballs filled with green apple paté du fruit and salted caramel). Macarons available from £1.60 each, £9 for 6 pieces or £18 for 12 pieces. Chocolate eyeballs available for £3.50 for 40g; £8.50 for 100g.
Offering tea, smoothies, cocktails and divine petits gateaux for an alternative afternoon tea experience, guests can enjoy these limited edition macarons and chocolates either at the restaurant or have them gift-wrapped and taken home, from 22nd to 31st October 2013.
If you want to spice up your taste buds then try Yauatcha’s Chilli Martini is festively orange and green hued and pairs perfectly with the sweet treats, comprising Belvedere vodka, Aperol Barbieri, chilli syrup, orange juice and Champagne (£9.80).