Fancy some high tea?
The perfect treat to add a touch of luxe to life.
Celebrate in style or just plain treat yourself with a champagne high tea party at the stunning Customs House. The art-deco high-tea stands and elegant handcrafted petite desserts will have you feeling like royalty. As well as the classic ribbon sandwich there are offerings such as Queensland sand crab and smoky baba ganoush tarts. The parties are held on the restaurant terrace overlooking the Story Bridge or in the beautiful heritage surrounds of the dining room.
399 Queen St | 07 3365 8999
When it comes to the Sofitel’s signature high teas, how is one to choose? With four equally amazing menus for varying tastes and budgets, French patisserie chef Joel Helot has added a few twists and turns to the traditional favourites such as scones, pastries and ribbon sandwiches. The European influence makes for a high tea with a difference.
249 Turbot St | 07 3835 3535
Ambience and opulence combine to make high tea at The Lab a total hit. Sip on bottomless handcrafted French tea and sample decadent sweet and savoury options.
Treasury Hotel, 130 William St | 07 3306 8888
Coming Up Roses
The award-winning high tea at Room With Roses is a well-earned Brisbane classic. Everything is made fresh in house and there’s even a high-tea hamper option if you want to go portable.
Brisbane Arcade, 160 Queen St | 07 3229 7050
Stamford Plaza takes it to the next level for pure indulgence. In addition to the traditional Brisbane morning tea (complete with three-tiered stand), the hotel also offers a cocoa-centric chocolate high-tea buffet. Enjoy pure chocolate ecstasy paired with stunning river views.
39 Edward St | 07 3221 1999
Set in the iconic City Hall, an afternoon tea at Shingle Inn sets the mood of old-world glamour perfectly. Sip on sparkling or choose from 15 loose-leaf teas.
King George Square | 07 3210 2904
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