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TMNT High Tea at The Langham

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For something completely different and delicious over the winter school holidays, why not treat your kids to a special Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle High Tea at The Langham

Yes that's right folks, those 'Heroes in Half Shell' are back! To celebrate the release of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows at cinemas, Melba Restaurant at Melbourne's luxury Southbank Hotel, will host a fun TMNT high tea for families to enjoy.

Melba Restaurant at The Langham, host children's high teas every school holiday break, and this time the theme is green and turtle powered!

Your kids will enjoy a delightful morning or afternoon tea, of:

Donatello Cupcakes
Raphael Brownies
Leonardo macarons
Michelangelo Apples
Pizza time mini box
Chocolate Covered Pretzel Rods
Green Jelly ooze
Fairybread and Cucumber sandwiches.

High teas are serviced with lemonade or warming hot chocolate.

Note that all children must be accompanied by a paying adult. That said, the grown-ups are treated to their very own bespoke Wedgewood High Tea; served with the hotel's pastry chefs finest.

Shell-ebrate the school holidays with a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle High Tea.

Where: Melba Restaurant @ The Langham, Southgate Ave, Southbank
When: Weekdays 27 June - 14 July 2016. 10am & 12pm duration 1.5hr
Cost: $35 per child or $49 with TMNT colouring in book & stickers. $55 per adult
Book: HERE

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