Purchase a voucher for afternoon tea at Fenwick, complete with cakes, pastries and 90 minutes of free-flowing teapot cocktails – the classiest way to indulge. Sit among slick interiors while the talented team make sure all your needs are catered for. This would be perfect for a special occasion or as a treat for someone with a sweet tooth.
Afternoon Tea In Newcastle
Craving a scone smothered in clotted cream and jam? How about a dainty finger sandwich? We thought you might. Whether you fancy washing it down with Champagne or cocktails, this city's got something for you. So, when in need of the best afternoon tea in Newcastle, consult our handy guide.
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Last updated on 31st January 2024
This Newcastle afternoon tea is a luxury experience to be enjoyed in stunning surrounds, all with views of the River Tyne at Quayside to match. Gino D'Acampo brings an Italian twist to the tiers, with bruschetta, gourmet sandwiches, scones, Ferrero Rocher chocolate cake and more.
In need of afternoon tea in Newcastle city centre? Served up every day of the week, Leila Lily's one sees you tuck into treats that include pulled beef chilli nachos slathered in cheese, chorizo aioli sandwiches and Bakewell tart, with fizz or a cocktail included for £26 a head. Or, you can upgrade to a bottle of Champagne to share between two.
For an afternoon tea in Newcastle Quayside, Slug and Lettuce is coming in at just £21 per person. From wraps stuffed with halloumi and avo to classic BLT sarnies and melt-in-the-mouth scones, this selection has it all. Better yet, you get two glasses of bubbles or cocktails included in the price.
Afternoon tea at Newcastle's Malmasion is a modern affair fronting views of the river to boot, thanks to a contemporary dining space overlooking the river at Quayside. You'll be washing the likes of crunchy Thai sticky beef wraps and citrus meringue tart down with a cocktail or a glass of Champagne, all for £34 each.
Jesmond Dene House's Fern Restaurant & Bar is a beyond beautiful space to settle down and munch this quintessentially British meal. Expect macarons, classic Battenberg, Cumberland sausage roll, scones and sandwiches with a glass of Champagne for £41.50.