Afternoon Tea at No. Ten Manchester Street: The Perfect Destination For Tea Lovers

Afternoon Tea at No. Ten Manchester Street: The perfect destination for tea lovers

No. Ten Manchester Street HotelWe may be known for our eternal love for coffee but that doesn’t mean we neglect a delicious cup of tea; especially in the afternoons. And this week we’ve ventured down the rabbit hole and discovered the ultimate place for tea addicts to sit back and indulge.

Situated in the vibrant and elegant surroundings of the No. Ten Manchester Street Hotel, in London’s Marylebone, the in-house Italian restaurant Dieci has teamed up with UK based luxury tea emporium, Tea Palace, to create an astounding afternoon tea menu perfect for those who are crazy about their brew.

From the intricately decorated cups to the delectable cakes, everything has been created to appeal to the tea lover’s taste-buds, with executive chef Christian Gaimarri crafting an array of scrumptious treats to enjoy. Whether you are a tea aficionado, or a newbie looking to try something different, it’s sure to appeal to all. Our favourites from the menu include creamy panacotta, infused with an apple tea blend, and scones infused with Christmas blend tea.

“Our guests have enjoyed Tea Palace blends for years, so we thought why not extend their exquisite flavours into our cakes and patisseries as well?” says Theresa Griffiths, general manager of No. Ten Manchester Street Hotel. “Christian’s innovative treats prove that tea is not just for drinking; he has created a memorable menu, perfect for the winter months.”

After a hectic day toiling the artic streets of London, what better way is there to warm-up and rejuvenate than by enjoying a cup (or three) of tea and an array of tasty goodies? Go on, treat yourself. We know we will be!

Natasha Matthewman

Natasha Matthewman is the Lifestyle Editor for Your Coffee Break. Self-confessed tea addict, lover of literature, the seaside, sunshine and blogging, she aspires to put her English Literature and Creative Writing degree towards a career in publishing. When she isn’t writing, she is visiting the theatre, reading a good novel and planning to travel the world.

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