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AFTERNOON

Afternoon tea

In the 18th century, it is Anna, Duchess of Bedford, companion and friend of Queen Victoria, who realized that a small snack consisting of tea, cakes and/or small sandwiches could satisfy the appetite of many until at the late dinner of 8 p.m. She began the tradition by inviting her friends regularly to Woburn Abbey during the summer. Back in London, she popularized tea time among the British high society by sending them cards telling them to join her for "a tea and a walk". This is how the afternoon tea was.  

 

Then, in the 19th century, afternoon tea in different forms (high tea, low tea, etc.) became part of the day for all people, regardless of class, and became the Five O'Clock Tea.

 

Today, Queen Elizabeth II never leaves Buckingham Palace without her kettle and a box of Fortnum & Mason tea.
 

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HER MAJESTY

THE QUEEN

cucumber sandwiches, mini bagels with smoked salmon, 

ricotta pastry, prosciutto, pears & candied onions,

sweet and savory scones, jam & crème fraîche, butter tart
& lemon curd, madeleines

45 $

for 2 people

THE PRINCE

of WALES

beetroot mimosa eggs, guacamole & crispy onions

carrot madeleines, cumin & cucumber

cheese gougères & candied cherry tomatoes,

mini quiches with cheddar & grilled vegetables,

mini croque monsieur with goat cheese & honey,

savory scones, caramelized onions & crème fraîche

45 $

for 2 people

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PRINCESS

ROYAL

new sweet platter

SOON

45 $

for 2 people

WILLIAM

 THE REFRESHING

half cucumber sandwich, scone of your choice,

jam & crème fraîche, butter tart & lemon curd

13 $

for 1 person

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HARRY

THE FANCY

madeleine, mini bagel with smoked salmon,

scone of your choice, jam & crème fraîche, butter tart & lemon curd

15 $

for 1 person

GEORGE

THE HEIR

madeleine, half cucumber sandwich,

mini bagel with smoked salmon,
scone of your choice, jam & crème fraîche

18 $

for 1 person

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