Boasting a decadent selection of sweet and savoury treats, from apple and pork croquettes to blackberry bavarois, Harvey Nichols' elegant restaurant will also treat you to your choice of cocktails or champagne to accompany your delectable spread.
Afternoon Tea in Birmingham
We're quintessentially British, that means we're quintessentially prone to a spot of afternoon tea, or so we hear. Plenty of restaurants and bars in Birmingham boast a great selection of tasty sarnies, pastry treats and fizzy tipples, with some even going all out and adopting tea-tailored cocktails (oh, lordy). Check out our recommendations for best places to go for boozy afternoon tea in Birmingham.
Perfect for replenishment after a busy shopping day, Browns offers a delicious little afternoon tea that is sure to perk you up. There's a selection of savouries, including smoked haddock fishcakes, alongside cream scones and mini desserts all of which can be enjoyed with or without Champagne.
This quirky Yo! Sushi afternoon tea includes three tiers of nori nachos, sushi balls and Christmas sashimi, along with delicious deserts,. Wash it all down with your choice of beverages, whether it be prosecco, jasmine tea or sake.
Zindiya's 'High Chai' puts an Indian spin on the classic British tea. Tuck into samosas, puri, nankhatai, cardamom scones and seasonal macaroons, all washed down with a steaming pot of their masala chai.
A hotel and cocktail lounge, this elegant drinking and dining spot on Highfield Road offers a decadent afternoon tea that changes with the seasons. Perfect for birthday celebrations, hen dos, treating the parents or just treating yourself, The Edgbaston offers style and luxury by the Champagne flute.
With a great selection of speciality teas, this delectable afternoon treat from Marco Pierre White's Steakhouse is a real crowd-pleaser. Whether you're opting for their gin special or kicking it old school with hot tea and cake, they'll deliver an impeccable spread.
Known for its fun flavours and chic presentation, the afternoon tea offering from the Malmaison boasts mini smoked salmon bagels, sliders, double chocolate cupcakes and the added bonus of fizz or cocktails should you so wish.
Sip on Praza's signature peppercorn and bay leaf infused black masala chai as you chomp you way through their selection of khatti rolls, samosas, bhajis and a delicious range of Indian-inspired sweet treats.
For an Italian version of the traditional afternoon tea Bardolino at The Cube offers a veritable banquet of tasty treats. Dig in to olives, beef and pancetta sliders, lip-smacking bruschetta and tiramisu at this bright and pretty restaurant.
Tucked away in the Hotel du Vin, this charming bar and restaurant serves up quite the afternoon for your delectation. With an impressive tea selection (and an even more impressive G&T selection) The Bubble Lounge offers a perfect slice of luxury with its ham and Gruyère croissants, tomato and tapenade galette and rhubard and custard doughnuts.
Quite possibly the spot for afternoon tea in Birmingham this adorable bar and restaurants in Edgbaston serves up food as pretty as its furnishings. A classic selection of finger sandwiches and delicate sweet treats, you'll dine like a princess at this location.