Afternoon Tea is a light meal typically eaten between 3 pm and 5 pm. The custom of drinking tea originated in England when Catherine of Braganza married Charles II in 1661 and brought the practice of drinking tea in the afternoon with her from Portugal. Various places that belonged to the former British Empire also have such a meal. However, changes in social customs and working hours mean that most Britons will rarely take afternoon tea, if at all.
Traditionally, loose tea is brewed in a teapot and served in teacups with milk and sugar. This is accompanied by sandwiches, scones with clotted cream, jam and lemon curd, cakes and pastries. The food is often served on a tiered stand.
A formal, proper afternoon tea nowadays is usually taken as a treat in a hotel, café or tea shop.
Afternoon Teais served between 2 to 5 pm Friday and Saturday in the lounge.
Afternoon Tea with a glass of Champage: Price 450:- per person
Afternoon Tea: Price 295:- per person
The restaurant opening Hours Monday-Friday 11.30-15.00 17.00-23.00
Saturday 12.00- 15.00, 17.00-23.00
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