The introduction of Afternoon Tea, a quintessentially British tradition, is usually credited to Anna, 7th Duchess of Bedford, in the early 1800s.
Anna’s Afternoon Tea is the true hero, fusing in perfect harmony the history and heritage of Grosvenor House with this much-loved British tradition.
‘Anna’, is understood to be responsible for the custom of Afternoon Tea, as dining late in the evening would leave Anna hungry and needing sustenance in the afternoon.
Complaining of “having that sinking feeling”, Anna would succumb to hunger and order tea, bread and cakes to her room.
Hereafter, Anna’s tea became somewhat of a ritual and the Afternoon Tea was born.
cucumber, garden mint butter
smoked Oakham chicken, tarragon, crème fraîche
roast Aberdeen Angus beef, creamed horseradish
honey roast Yorkshire ham, Coleman’s English mustard
North Atlantic cold water prawn, classic Marie Rose sauce
Foreman’s smoked Scottish salmon, cream cheese
Burford brown Clarence Court egg, mayonnaise, chive
Devonshire clotted cream
strawberry, rose petal, rhubarb and ginger, gooseberry, raspberry, blackcurrant
cranberry and white chocolate shortbread
pear and apple tatin
pumpkin and ricotta cheesecake
£42.50 per person
or ad a glass of
Ruinart Brut Champagne – £52.50 per person
Ruinart Rosé Champagne – £54.50 per person
Victoria cupcake with raspberry filling
double chocolate brownie cornet
fresh fruit skewer with yogurt and fruit coulis
miniature knickerbocker glory
offered with your choice of hot beverage or fresh juice
your very own Grover to take home
If you have any questions about allergies or intolerances, please ask your server. A discretionary service charge of 12.5% will be added to your bill. All prices are inclusive of VAT.