07 Aug 2017
With Afternoon Tea Week fast approaching on 14th August, Victorian hideaway The Lost & Found Birmingham is set to launch its new Afternoon Tea and Gentleman’s Tea menus, perfect for a daytime get-together and holding court with friends.
Nestled deep in the heart of Birmingham city centre, The Lost & Found’s reputation as a decadent drinking den precedes itself. Ruled by mythical Professor Hettie G. Watson, the botany-themed haunt is the talk of the town with its wall garden, Botanical Library, vintage furnishings, moreish meals and sinful cocktails.
Few can resist the temptation of The Lost & Found’s Afternoon Tea (£18.95 per person). Fans of the traditional can sample delicate sandwiches of smoked salmon, Hendrick’s-infused cucumber and cream cheese; or mozzarella, avocado, semi-dried tomato and pesto; and sweet-and-salty feta, red onion and honey pastries. The essential top tier of petit fours features fragrant Earl Grey panna cotta, raspberry trifle, and a bittersweet popcorn tiffin, all served alongside warm fruit scones with clotted cream and jam.
For those with a savoury tooth, the Gentleman’s Tea (£18.95 per person) is sure to delight. Try small baguettes bursting with flavour such as crispy chicken and chorizo; or tuck into a warm Scotch egg while sipping on your tea, cocktail or fizz. To finish, popcorn tiffin and fruit scones will sate any sugar craving.
Choose from fine English Breakfast, Earl Grey or fruit teas, or for ultimate sophistication, enjoy a glass of prosecco (£24.95 per person) or Champagne (£26.95 per person) with your Afternoon Tea for a truly indulgent day.
Afternoon and Gentleman’s Tea will be available from Wednesday 9th August. For all booking enquiries please email email@example.com or call 0121 643 9293.
Whatever your flavour persuasion, unlock the world of Hettie G. Watson and book your tea party at The Lost & Found Birmingham.
The Lost & Found
8 Bennetts Hill
T: 0121 643 9293
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For more information, contact Melanie Rawlings or Annette Neto on 020 7436 1111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org