Brasserie Abode is an elegant European-style brasserie in Piccadilly. Set across two floors, the eatery offers an afternoon tea every day between 12pm and 6pm, complete with scones, finger sandwiches and your choice of coffee or champagne.
Afternoon Tea in Manchester
Dreaming of stuffing scones? Of tiers of delicate pastries and mountains of tiny sarnies? There's nothing quite as indulgent as an afternoon tea, and as a great British tradition, this city has got the cake-filled ceremony down to a T. Whether you're looking to spoil someone special or fancy a birthday treat, check out the best places for afternoon tea in Manchester.
Set in the stylish and suave Browns Brasserie & Bar on York Street this afternoon tea is a lot of bang for your buck. Coming at under £15, the meal includes raspberry shortbread, black cherry mousse, and Devon crab sandwiches amongst the nibbles, plus you can add Champagne for under £6.
A stunning space within the Free Trade Hall, this unique offering from luxury publishers Assouline also boasts an elegant afternoon tea offering, complete with homemade finger sandwiches, delicate pastries and a selection of excellent Champagnes and speciality teas.
Surrounded by stunning views across Manchester, Cloud 23 is the perfect spot for a decadent afternoon tea. Plush, sophisticated and smart, it's a little more high-end than your average afternoon tea but doesn't come with the hefty, and unfriendly price tag.
Looking for an affordable afternoon tea in Manchester with that perfect and delicate air of both vintage and whimsy? Let Sugar Junction be your guide. A powder-puff palace of retro china and bites, Sugar Junction are doing the authentic afternoon tea proud.
From truffled chicken brioche rolls and smoked salmon on beetroot bread through to raspberry tarts and Champagne trifles, this is one for a luxury afternoon tea in Manchester. Head to The Ivy for a cream tea or go all out with tiers and bubbles
Served daily between 12pm - 5pm, Mamucium's afternoon tea is perfect for anyone with a serious sweet tooth. As well as tonnes of nifty little cakes, the meal is inspired by Manchester's history; munch your way through a Vimto macarons, Manchester tarts, and a chocolate orange opera cake topped with a bee.
For a slightly more unusual take on an Afternoon Tea, pop down to Richmond Tea Rooms for their Alice in Wonderland inspired selection. The space has a selection to choose from, including a Gentleman's Tea, which mixes things up with mini fish and chips, a pint, and a Cumberland Scotch egg.