Bar and restaurant The Florist on Park Street has launched its first High Tea menu to coincide with this year’s National Afternoon Tea Week.
And there’s nothing traditional and classic about this menu! Book your table, and you’ll enjoy a selection of Asian-inspired sweet and savoury dishes, served alongside your choice of alcoholic tea.
The new High Tea at The Florist can be booked anytime between 12pm and 5pm Monday to Friday, and between 12pm and 4pm on Saturdays. On the food front, you’ll enjoy dishes like vegetable gyoza skins, bao buns, sushi of the day and Nutella donuts. And the drinks side of things is equally innovative…
Read our review of The Florist here…
Instead of the usual English Breakfast Tea or glass of bubbly, you’ll be able to order one of three alcoholic teas, produced by tea mixologists NOVELTEA. Their cold-brewed tea offerings include an Earl Grey infused with gin, a Moroccan green mint tea with white rum, and a Chinese Oolong tea with Scotch whisky.
If the tea doesn’t sound like your…well…cup of tea, then you can swap for a pint of Amstel, a glass of house Prosecco or a selected mocktail. And if you’re vegetarian or vegan, then there are menu options available for you, too.
Priced at £25 per person and including one NOVELTEA cocktail, the new High Tea at The Florist requires advance booking, and a minimum of two guests. Book online via their website, or give them a call on 0117 203 4284.
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