An Afternoon Tea Variety

Taking afternoon tea is very definitely becoming fashionable and very much a part of today's eating-out scene.  We have featured a number of options in the past few issues of Barbican Life and here's another selection prepared by the folk at Sauce Communications to highlight the offerings of some of their clients for National Afternoon Tea Week which is from 14th to 20th August The trendy one at Thomas’s Café at Burberry This year, celebrate Afternoon Tea Week at the fashionable Thomas’s Café in Burberry’s flagship store at 121 Regent Street. Take a front row seat in the heart of London … [Read more...]

Afternoon tea with fizz at Restaurant de Paul

A British Favourite à la Française: The French equivalent of the quintessentially British afternoon tea is Le Goûter, pronounced le goo tay, and at Le Restaurant de PAUL the new bottomless afternoon tea beautifully blends the best of both cultures. Available seven days a week with free-flowing, sparkling vin mousseux from Ky Procco by Alain Gayrel, this tea simply oozes savoir faire at a sensational price. For £24.95 per person, enjoy free-flowing French bubbles, delicate artisan sandwiches with fillings including Camembert and poached salmon, exquisite patisserie, jewel-like macarons … [Read more...]