Café L’oscar has announced it will launch its first afternoon tea, offering guests both sweet and savoury options.
Following the Saint and Sinner theme of the upstairs cocktail menu at The Baptist Bar, the new afternoon tea aims to remain consistent with offerings throughout the hotel. Overseen by executive chef Tony Fleming, the menu complements the hotel’s decadent style whilst using British flavours and ingredients.
To start, guests can enjoy Religieuse buns followed by sandwiches filled with the likes of Devilled chicken and Poached salmon, virgin olive oil and beetroot bread. Sweet options include, Adam and Eve’s pudding, Devil’s food cake and Saint Nectaire and blood orange cheesecake, followed by traditional scones with cream and jam.
The tea also supports chosen local charity Rhythms of Life, which puts volunteers on the streets to help the homeless, L’oscar will donate £2 to the charity from each tea sold.
Tony Fleming said he was “excited to be launching the new and exclusive afternoon tea at Café L’oscar”, and “adding to their luxury food and beverage offerings throughout the hotel”.