Afternoon teas seem to be all the rage at the moment, and the Hilton London Wembley has just created a new addition to the tea and nibbles trend.
It's called the Wem-Tea and has a charitable aspect, as a pound from each £17.50 paid for the tea experience goes to the Bobby Moore Fund, which helps Cancer Research UK.
The tea is served up in the hotel's Sky Bar 9 and themed around both football and fashion.
It has taken inspiration from the London Designer Outlet, which opened this year in Wembley.
There's a Louis Vuitton lemon macaroon handbag on offer, a little white dress cookie and a strawberry cupcake heel featuring strawberry mousse and a sole made from biscotti.
Another inspiration is, of course, Wembley Stadium and Arena.
There's the option to sample a banana muffin featuring a football boot (which you can eat), a chocolate macaroon football and a football shirt cookie decorated with the name of the diner.
Sandwiches include honey roast ham, cucumber and cream cheese, a smoked salmon and cream cheese wrap and others.
The hotel overlooks Wembley Stadium, and even includes a large feature wall that shows some famous events from the stadium's history.
Set up in the memory of Bobby Moore, who famously played for England, as well as West Ham United and other teams, The Bobby Moore Foundation is particularly focused on action against bowel cancer, the illness that sadly claimed Moore's life.
Among other things, Moore famously captained the England side that beat West Germany four-nil in the final of the 1966 World Cup, which was the last time to date that England claimed victory in the tournament.
The Hilton London Wembley is part of Hilton Hotels and Resorts, itself a brand of Hilton Worldwide.
It's one of ten market-leading brands from Hilton Worldwide, and was first founded almost 100 years ago.