It's tea-time at Esther

Kicking off on Saturday 13th April, Esther’s High Tea promises an indulgent line-up of tempting treats flavoured with the Mediterranean in mind.

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Pinkies standing to attention, it’s tea-time at Esther. Inspired by retro tea-taking traditions with a Sean Connolly twist, Esther’s High Tea promises an indulgent line-up of tempting treats flavoured with the Mediterranean in mind, wrapped up in Esther's quintessence.

From a curated collection of culinary curiosities with nostalgic nods to Esther’s own kitchen, deviled eggs, crisp spinach and ricotta hand pies, dainty medallion fish Sammies brimming with homemade tartare, and glorious giant prawns with honey and chilli glaze all make an appearance, alongside a selection of other divine bite-sized bits.

But it doesn’t stop there. Esther’s indulgent French-inspired dessert trolley will be roaming and guests are encouraged to take what they fancy – from zesty lemon delicious cakes with lashings of cream, to deep dishes of tiramisu, Portuguese tarts, macaroons, delicate swan meringues and mire. As for the drinks, Champagne and cocktails will be aplenty of course, with unlimited tea and coffee on high order too.

Saturdays 12–4pm, starting April 13th.

Click here to book a table.

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