Article Source: Dobbies
First Published: 7 August 2020 16:16
Updated: 7 August 2020 16:16
Ideal for those looking for a sweet treat, Dobbies’ Traditional Afternoon Tea includes a host of finger sandwiches as well as plain and fruit scones with jam and clotted cream. Customers can also enjoy a delicious selection of homemade mini cakes, slices and a strawberry tart, with a pot of freshly brewed tea or coffee.
Dobbies’ Vegan Afternoon Tea is also available, including freshly prepared falafel wraps and hearty vegan sausage rolls. As well as plain and fruit scones and tea or coffee, a variety of vegan bakes are also included, with a brownie, orange and apricot slice, banana and berry slice and a carrot and pistachio slice to enjoy.
Both the Traditional and Vegan Afternoon Tea is priced at £10.95 per person. Customers can make their Afternoon Tea extra special and upgrade with a 200ml bottle of Prosecco for £6.35 per adult, or upgrade their hot drink to a delicious latte, cappuccino, mocha, hot chocolate or speciality tea for just an additional £0.50.
For little ones, the Kids’ Afternoon Tea is the perfect treat. Featuring a range of sweet and savoury snacks and a Capri-Sun, children can enjoy two flower-shaped sandwiches, celery sticks and a cream cheese dip, a mini chocolate muffin and doughnuts, and chocolate strawberries and grapes, all for just £5.70 per person.
Graeme Jenkins, CEO at Dobbies, said: “Our Afternoon Tea always proves popular with customers, so it’s great to have it back on the menu. We have some delicious new additions, as well as a host of plant-based options, and hope people enjoy it while catching up with family and friends.”
With restaurants now reopen, Dobbies is also supporting the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, with diners receiving a 50% discount on food and non-alcoholic drinks (up to the value of £10) every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between the 3 and 31 August.
There is also a special Afternoon Tea event taking place on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 August in England and Northern Ireland and Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 in Scotland and Wales to help people reconnect. Tea-Connect is the perfect excuse to get together with a friend. Priced at just £10.95 for two people, there’s the chance to enjoy a delicious selection of finger sandwiches, scones with jam and clotted cream and freshly baked cakes, with a pot of tea or coffee, with bookings available via the Dobbies’ website.
Afternoon Tea and Tea-Connect are available to book now at dobbies.com
For information on the safety measures in place in Dobbies’ restaurants visit: www.youtube.com
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