Being fans of the concept of Afternoon Tea, we've tried a few places now, several of which are in Glasgow. To date, this has been the best experience.
The main room that we were in had an olde tea shoppe charm with mismatching china cups, saucers and teapots, a quirky approach similar to that of Loopy Lorna's in Edinburgh.
The food was excellent and we opted for the £32 for two afternoon teas with a glass of Prosecco each.
Sandwiches on the bottom layer comprised of egg mayonnaise, roast beef, ham salad, tuna and cream cheese and cucumber. Middle layer had 2 home made scone halves with jam and cream and 4 other cakes, also home made. The top layer, rather controversially in my opinion since I'm a believer of cakes being on the top, consisted of 2 oatcakes. These would have been accompanied by smoked salmon, but we asked for an alternative and and were given chicken with pesto, which was a satisfactory substitute.
A really popular place on a Saturday afternoon, frequented it seems by mainly women, as I was the only male in a room with 16 other women. Wasn't complaining though!
Booking essential though or you've no chance.
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