WHAT AFTERNOONS WERE MADE FOR
The story goes that Afternoon Tea became popular around 1841, when Anna Maria Russell, 7th Duchess of Bedford requested that tea and cakes be served in the late afternoon to tide her over until her evening meal. As time passed the Duchess would invite friends to tea, creating the sociable event that we now know and love.
Available from 12noon - 5pm
£28 per person
Add a glass of Moët and Chandon Champagne for £10.75 per person
Or a Grey Goose Le Fizz cocktail £10.50 per person
Grey Goose original vodka, elderflower liqueur, lime juice and soda
Assorted sandwiches and savouries
Smoked Scottish salmon and Atlantic prawn wrap
Roast Scottish beef and horseradish sandwich on brown bread
Warm red pepper and Parmesan tart
Spring onion and chive cream cheese with cucumber on brioche
Mini haggis bonbon with grain mustard mayo
Freshly baked sultana and traditional plain scones with clotted cream and preserves
Fine selection of homemade cakes including:
Salted caramel chocolate tart
Cranachan and Drambuie macaron
Mini Victoria sponge
Lemon meringue cone
Choose a Blythswood Square loose leaf tea and bonbon from our trolley to take home.
THE LITTLE DARLINGS AFTERNOON TEA
For the young Ladies and Gentlemen of Blythswood Square £12.95 (Children under 12 years of age only)
Choose your own fillings from honey roast ham, egg mayonnaise, cucumber and cream cheese or cheddar cheese and tomato. Served on your choice of white or brown bread or a wrap.
Filled mini scones with fresh cream and strawberry jam
Mini ice cream cone, chocolate brownie with vanilla cream and fresh strawberries
Please note we do not accept online reservations for Saturday or Sundays. To book at the weekend please contact a member of our team:
T: 0141 248 8888
All menu prices are inclusive of VAT at the prevailing rate. To the best of our knowledge our dishes do not contain GM foods. Optional Service Charge of 10% is applicable to tables of six or more. Please advise your waiter of any dietary requirements.