Quintessential HIGH TEA :: BACCHUS Bar Restaurant Pool, Brisbane
Brisbane's ultimate afternoon tea
BACCHUS’ elegant surrounds provide the perfect setting for a quintessentially English High Tea experience, right here in South Bank.
BACCHUS' sophisticated setting provide the perfect backdrop for baby showers, bridal showers or simply catching up for a gossip.
Priced from just $30 per person there’s no reason not to gather the girls for afternoon tea and treat yourself.
Our High Tea is a right royal affair, served on William Edwards fine bone china. It is the very same crockery that was specially commissioned for The Goring in London where the late Queen Mum chose to take High Tea, and where Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton chose to spend the night before the Royal Wedding.
High Tea is served with Harney and Sons fine tea. An aromatic selection of teas are available including Earl Grey, Darjeeling, Ceylon, Jasmine Dragon Pearl, Bangkok Green, Pomegranate Oolong, Tropical White, African Autum, Camomile and our bespoke Bacchus Blend tea. Harney and Sons teas are also available to purchase so you can take them home to enjoy.
English Cream Tea
$30.00 per person
Your selection of Harney and Sons fine tea served with a choice of plain or fruit Scones, Bonne Maman raspberry preserve and cream chantilly.
Quintessential High Tea
$36.00 per person
A selection of delicate finger sandwiches, plain or fruit scones with Bonne Maman raspberry preserve and cream chantilly, an assortment of sweet delights including chocolate elcair, tart au citron, macarons and cake du jour as well as your choice of Harney and Sons fine tea.
Champagne High Tea
$49.00 per person
The Quintessential High Tea served with a glass of Moet Champagne or Champagne cocktail.
A gluten free High Tea menu is also available upon request.
Join us poolside or in the restaurant for High Tea at Bacchus. Reservations can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling + 61 7 3364 0843.
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Did you know?
It was Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford who began the grand tradition of taking high tea. Upon complaining of hunger pains between meals she often requeseted a pot of tea & light snack in her private boudoir during the afternoon. Other social hostesses soon picked up on this and a room traditionally used in the 18th century for entertaining guests before dinner.