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    Afternoon Tea at Brown's Hotel, London Review

    33 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4BP, UK
    Afternoon Tea at Brown's Hotel Review
    5 Star Rating
    Tags: London, UK, Afternoon tea reviewsThe Bill: £51.50 per head

    Brown’s Hotel by Rocco Forte is located in Mayfair. We’d previously heard excellent things about their Afternoon Tea and decided it was about time we visited and found out what it was like for ourselves.

    Afternoon Tea at Brown’s takes place in their English Tea Rooms, which seems to quite a popular spot for Afternoon Tea lovers. Everyone who was there enjoying their Afternoon Tea appeared to be having a great time and the atmosphere was buzzy yet relaxed.

    “The perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon.”

    We opted to indulge in the Champagen Afternoon Tea, and began our experience with a glass of the rose R de Ruinart Champagne before the main event.

    Afternoon Tea at Brown’s is served on a cake stand in the traditional fashion. The sandwiches we enjoyed included a selection of cucumber and cream cheese on brown bread; coronation chicken on white bread; Aberdeenshire smoked salmon with dill and horseradish mayonnaise on black bread; ham, cheese and piccalilli on white bread and egg mayonnaise and watercress on brown bread.

    Along with traditional warm fruit and plain scones with jam and clotted cream, our Afternoon Tea also included some delicious pastries and sweets. These included a Rhubarb Champagne Glass with cooked rhubarb, Champagne rhubarb jelly, Champagne mousse and rhubarb compote; macaroons with jasmine tea ganache; pistachio éclairs; milk chocolate mousse; passion fruit doughnuts and coffee cake and Victoria sponge from the trolley.

    From the tea menu we opted to try both the Brown’s Morning Blend and the Brown’s Afternoon Blend. Both were delicate in flavour and complimented the Afternoon Tea delights perfectly.

    We thoroughly enjoyed our experience of Afternoon Tea at Brown’s Hotel, and it provided the perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon. We would thoroughly recommend it to anyone who enjoys delicious pastries and delicate sandwiches, as well as tea connoisseurs! We would certainly return; it was a brilliant afternoon.

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