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Queen Victoria Afternoon Tea

Published: 28 May 2019

KENSINGTON, MAY 24TH 2019 – Join the Royal Garden Hotel in commemorating the 200th anniversary of Queen Victoria’s birth with their spectacular new themed Afternoon Tea.
Taking inspiration from Victoria’s very own eating habits you can indulge from just £38.00 per person in the elegant setting of Park Terrace.

Park Terrace not only offers breath-taking views of Kensington Gardens, but resides just next door to Kensington Palace, where Queen Victoria herself was born in 1819 and where the Queen Victoria Exhibition will launch. During her reign, the borough of Kensington grew to become an affluent suburb to house the upper and middle-class residents of Victorian London, thus the perfect place to launch such a noteworthy Afternoon Tea.

As you flick through the pages of their red leather menu, in style of Victoria’s scrapbook, you will discover more about her relationship with food and how their Afternoon Tea celebrates her adventurous appetite in life.

You can enjoy one of her favourite dishes, the Cranberry Tart with Chantilly Cream, experience her life as a child with an inspired Mini Bread and Butter Pudding, indulge in a twist on her traditional Sunday lunch with Curried Chicken muffins and try a more indulgent take on her Orange Jelly, which was popular with the Queen when suffering from a mystery sickness, to name a few.

The delightful collection of sweet and savoury treats have been carefully prepared by the Royal Garden Hotel kitchen to support Victoria’s thriving legacy and allow their guests to experience the Queen’s enticing menu in the 1800’s.



Posted by: Royal Garden Hotel

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