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Washington Mayfair Hotel London Afternoon Tea £12.50 pp

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At the risk of getting accused of snobbery and pretentiousness again-this is a good deal,the hotel has some beautiful Art Deco rooms and is lovely to sit in after an afternoon ambling the streets of L… Read More
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At the risk of getting accused of snobbery and pretentiousness again-this is a good deal,the hotel has some beautiful Art Deco rooms and is lovely to sit in after an afternoon ambling the streets of London.I know some people took advantage of the last Afternoon Tea that I posted so I am hoping that this will also be of use to somebody.
Usual price is £19.99-booking up to July 23rd I think and you have to book through AfternoonTea.co.uk

The Washington Mayfair Hotel in the heart of London's exclusive Mayfair are offering Afternoon Tea for just £12.50 per person when booked through AfternoonTea.co.uk.

Champagne Afteroon Tea makes the occasion extra special - only £19.50 per person.

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Mayfair Tea
Selection of finger sandwiches
Freshly baked scones, with strawberry preserve and clotted cream
Choice of fresh pastries and cakes
Pot of tea of your choice
Price £12.50 per person.

Champagne Tea
A full Mayfair tea accompanied by a glass of Champagne
Price £19.50 per person
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#1
heat added - i think its fantastic..is it eat as much as you like??
#2
Thanks I appreciate your effort. My mum would love me to take her to something like this... A real treat for her.
#3
"Nom nom, what what what, nom nom." :thumbsup:
#4
Going to London in October a treat from my mum - think she may like more champagne though!

Thanx for the post
suspended#5
afternoon tea??
whats is this ?

does this come somewhere between lunch and dinner after brekie and brunch?

must be an English thing.
#6
Navcity
heat added - i think its fantastic..is it eat as much as you like??


I would say probably not!! Would ruin the whole snobbish & elite image hehe.

Pretty good, looks like the previous deal at The Cavendish Hotel a few weeks ago that was on the same website, but that was only 2 people for £20 total!
#7
Yes, I went to the Cavendish the other week after seeing that post. Lovely way to spend an hour, great sandwiches, cakes and scones and truffles too. That was a great deal for £20 and this is too.
#8
Must be fate. Because I have been recently looking to book afternoon tea for two at a swanky London hotel.
Prices can be steep (as much as £65 each)

Missed out on the Cavendish Hotel deal but this looks good too.

However, looking at the hotels own website, the prices are £11.50 for afternoon tea or £16.95 for the same tea with a glass of champers. This may be outdated info but seems as if the "deal" may be pretty much their normal price.

The best afternoon tea i've had in London in the past was actually at Austin Reed (the suit shop) on Regent Street. The did a full spread for a fiver on a special offer. Lots of food and tasted great. Not sure they do it anymore.
#9
northern monkey ere!! going for TEA down the old smoke? come on , same as going to east coast for fish & chips with buttered bread and a pot of tea!! i know where id rather be!!
#10
cityslicker
However, looking at the hotels own website, the prices are £11.50 for afternoon tea or £16.95 for the same tea with a glass of champers. This may be outdated info but seems as if the "deal" may be pretty much their normal price.


Their online Menu shows standard prices as being £19.50 for afternoon tea, and £25 for the Champers equivalent.

http://www.themayfairhotel.co.uk/c/document_library/get_file?folderId=17191&name=DLFE-1201.pdf

Menu sounds great btw:

Freshly cut finger sandwiches:
Montgomery cheddar with apple chutney on walnut bread
Egg mayonnaise, cress on white bread
Smoked salmon on brown bread
Cucumber, cream cheese on caraway bread
Honey glazed ham, English mustard on olive bread

Warm homemade scones served with Devonshire clotted cream
The May Fair’s strawberry preserve and lemon curd

Seasonal fruit tartlets and pastries:
Fruit trifle
Macaroon
Meringue with seasonal berries
Viennese mille feuille
Chocolate gateau
Strawberry tartlet

.................yum :)
#11
Jolly good show old chap - book a table for me and the mistress:) Just kidding - great find!
#12
Navcity
heat added - i think its fantastic..is it eat as much as you like??


I went for Anna's tea around the corner at the Grosvenor back in Feb - Anna didn't seem to mind.
And I kept getting politely asked if I wanted more sandwiches, so in the end I accepted and semi pigged out. So in theory, that tea was eat as much as you like.
I wouldn't say the Grosvenor was good value, but it's a very civilised, pleasant, a probably one off experience and I'm glad I did it.
If you want a proper tea experience - definitely worth taking a mum/auntie/grandma, or you have to get some grub in Mayfair, then £12.50 is not bad value - hotel bars will be charging £5-£6 just for a bottle of beer.
#13
Voted hot. With two sugars.
#14
£7 pounds for a glass of champagne?
#15
Different hotel i'm afraid.

The deal is at the "Washington Mayfair hotel"
http://www.washington-mayfair.co.uk/

But have to say that "The Mayfair hotel" Afternoon tea looks scrummy.
And may be worth paying the extra £7.00
The hotel also look a good bit swisher.

Not sure how other hotels can charge up to £70 for an Afternoon tea even if it includes Champers.

A


dancrawley
Their online Menu shows standard prices as being £19.50 for afternoon tea, and £25 for the Champers equivalent.

http://www.themayfairhotel.co.uk/c/document_library/get_file?folderId=17191&name=DLFE-1201.pdf

Menu sounds great btw:

Freshly cut finger sandwiches:
Montgomery cheddar with apple chutney on walnut bread
Egg mayonnaise, cress on white bread
Smoked salmon on brown bread
Cucumber, cream cheese on caraway bread
Honey glazed ham, English mustard on olive bread

Warm homemade scones served with Devonshire clotted cream
The May Fair’s strawberry preserve and lemon curd

Seasonal fruit tartlets and pastries:
Fruit trifle
Macaroon
Meringue with seasonal berries
Viennese mille feuille
Chocolate gateau
Strawberry tartlet

.................yum :)
#16
Went there today not bad at all. Champers in London can cost u about £12 a glass. Anyway good stuff!
#17
I went on sunday. I spend a lot of money eating out / drinks in the best places in London, I know what I'm talking about.
I can honestly say that this tea at 25£ per two is WAY overpriced.
They start with sandwiches and crisps, rubbish sandwiches the Boots deal you find anytime at lunch time are better and they kept the best part (the smoothies).
Then 4 little scones, normal jam (nothing fancy) and a few pastries (a bit stale if you ask me).
The atmospehere isn't worth going for, my tea table had hair and crumbles from the previous guests and the sofa really need to be refurbished.
My advice is, go to a good pastry shop Maison Blanc, Gaelle, maybe Pain Quotidien, you will spend pretty much the same for much better food.
#18
Master1977
I went on sunday. I spend a lot of money eating out / drinks in the best places in London, I know what I'm talking about.
I can honestly say that this tea at 25£ per two is WAY overpriced.
They start with sandwiches and crisps, rubbish sandwiches the Boots deal you find anytime at lunch time are better and they kept the best part (the smoothies).
Then 4 little scones, normal jam (nothing fancy) and a few pastries (a bit stale if you ask me).
The atmospehere isn't worth going for, my tea table had hair and crumbles from the previous guests and the sofa really need to be refurbished.
My advice is, go to a good pastry shop Maison Blanc, Gaelle, maybe Pain Quotidien, you will spend pretty much the same for much better food.


if your paying a pony for tea id tell them you want fresh not stale pastries
#19
Anyone else sampled the fayre?
#20
Whats The Bogs Like?
#21
This looks great my aunt and uncle are over from canada soon and this looks like a good idea.

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