What is afternoon tea?
Afternoon tea is a meal that is enjoyed in the mid afternoon and traditionally consists of tea, sandwiches cut into fingers, scones with clotted cream and jam, along with assorted sweet pastries and cakes.
What time is afternoon tea?
Afternoon tea is traditionally served at 4pm. If you are booking afternoon tea at a restaurant then you can typically book between 2pm-5pm, however this varies from restaurant to restaurant.
What is served at afternoon tea?
A traditional afternoon tea includes sandwiches cut into fingers, scones with clotted cream and jam, along with an assortment of small sweet pastries and cakes.
How much does afternoon tea cost?
Afternoon tea costs can really vary and of course will be more expensive if you upgrade to a Champagne afternoon tea.
What do you wear to afternoon tea?
Afternoon tea is traditionally a smart but casual occasion and most restaurants will have a ‘smart-casual’ dress code, so smart jeans, trousers, skirts or dresses would all be suitable. This can vary from restaurant to restaurant so if you are unsure ask the restaurant at the time of booking if there is a dress code.