Often favourably compared with illustrious names such as The Ritz and Claridges, Afternoon Tea is an art dear to our hearts. Crafted to be enjoyed together and served on our breathtaking blue brush stroke bone china, join us to indulge in a time honoured tradition where every moment spent sings of real luxury.
Served Monday ~ Saturday 12pm ~ 4pm, Sunday 2.30pm ~ 4.30 pm
Traditional Evolving continuously, reflecting the seasons and the very best produce entering our kitchens from day-to-day, delve into sumptuous savoury bites and classic fine finger sandwiches, devour a tier dedicated to true patisserie perfection before unveiling the most perfect English scones beneath a dome brushed with blues. All paired of course, with a pot of Buckingham Palace loose leaf tea.
Celebratory Champagne, prosecco, or a crisp G & Tea. In our home every Afternoon Tea is a certified celebration, so why not make it sublime.
**Please note we take card payments only onsite**
Afternoon Tea Parties
A baby shower, a birthday party, a long awaited get together, or just because...what better centre piece for a celebration than our breath-taking Afternoon Tea faithfully arranged on sharing plates. The perfect alchemy of magic and moreish treats, our Afternoon Tea parties are available to enjoy across our social spaces, from the intimacy of a Broadley Room with up to 20 guests, to the elaborate Rose Room for up to 150 guests and everything in between.
An elegant collaboration by Royal Crown Derby and potter Maham Anjum, our signature china is Inspired by tradition and brushed with modernity. Beautifully lustered and translucent and individually hand painted with our signature blue brush stroke, it’s the perfect addition to flatter your table at tea, so why not make it your own.
"A must do...we were fortunate enough to have Afternoon Tea at The Palm Court, The Plaza Hotel, New York...we thought it was on par with Tickton, even though three times the price!"
"Beautifully presented, one of the best Afternoon Teas we have had. Beats Betty's of Harrogate!"