Afternoon Tea at The Tower Hotel
Tea drinking was a popular pastime in China many centuries before it became associated with the UK. It was in the 17th century when teapots began to grace the cafes and drawing rooms of England, mostly at breakfast time. It wasn't until the mid 19th century that the concept of 'taking afternoon tea' became part of the British way of life.
This month, The Tower Hotel has introduced a brand new Afternoon Tea in their Brasserie Restaurant. The varied menu includes everything from a traditional Cream Tea to the more indulgent Champagne Afternoon Tea. The re-imagined menu, cleverly combines British classics with International favourites for a truly unique experience.
The varied tea menu features flavours from around the world including Darjeeling, Citrus Mint, Bombay Chai and Earl Grey.
The Brasserie Restaurant features gorgeous views of Tower Bridge and the River Thames, for one of the best views in the whole of the capital city. The perfect way to spend an afternoon!
From £11.95 per person.