Afternoon Tea

It is generally believed that the Afternoon Tea trend was started in the 1840s by Anna Maria Russell, the 7th Duchess of Bedford and a close friend of Queen Victoria. At that time, dinner was served later and later within affluent circles and the Duchess found it difficult to go from lunchtime till supper without something to eat so she would order cakes, tea and sandwiches to be served around 4pm. She enjoyed this experience so much she would invite friends to enjoy afternoon tea with her.

This trend soon caught on and was copied by the upper and middle class so much so that having afternoon tea became a British way of life.

Classic Afternoon Tea

We have re-imagined the traditional afternoon tea menu to match British classics with some more exotic flavours. Enjoy delicious sweet and savory treats accompanied by your signature teas or artisan coffees from around the world.

Champagne Afternoon Tea

Darjeeling may be the ‘Champagne of teas’ but we can also offer you the real thing for a touch of indulgence. 

Cream Tea

Freshly baked scones with homemade strawberry jam and Cornish clotted cream. Served with your choice of leaf or herbal infusion teas or a speciality coffee.


Monday – Sunday: 12:00am – 10.00pm