At the British Royal Court, Afternoon Tea is a quintessential daily ritual. This delectable celebration of tea originated in the Victorian era, when young Queen Victoria reigned in the United Kingdom.
Tea drinking in England dates back to 1662, when it was introduced at court by Portuguese Infanta Catherine of Braganza, wife of Charles II.
Keeping with tradition, we will be offering an Afternoon Tea in celebration of the Queen’s Birthday on Saturday the 17th of June.
We will be offering an appetizing Afternoon tea menu with live classical music. Call or email the event team to book on 02 8273 2322 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Selection of finger and petit sandwiches
Cucumber, smoked salmon and herbed cream cheese rounds
Toasted brioche with camembert, figs and candied walnuts
Egg and watercress finger sandwiches
Open heirloom tomato, pesto, Persian fetta and black olive tapenade galette
Peking duck and hoi sin steamed boa bun with coriander
Leek and stilton tart
Caramel and espresso mousse cups with caramel popcorn
Raspberry jam shortbread hearts
Petit Lavender vacherins with earl grey tea and blueberries
Petit rhubarb frangipane tarts with candied lime zest
Chocolate dipped strawberries
Mixed scones with clotted cream and strawberry conserve