Barbecoa Piccadilly Afternoon Tea

194 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9EX

from £25.00 pp

Barbecoa is the inspired restaurant creation from Jamie Oliver. Serving an all day menu, Barbecoa now offers afternoon tea. The Piccadilly restaurant is the second of Jamie's to open with more to follow. There are two afternoon tea menus to choose from plus a delightful cream tea. The Classic Afternoon Tea features sandwiches, pastries and scones whilst the Barbecoa Afternoon Tea replaces sandwiches with some mouthwatering savoury options. A wagyu beef slider and short rib croquette are among the highlights.

As you might expect, there is an excellent selection of teas on offer. They include a special Barbecoa Breakfast tea, Early Grey, Darjeeling, Hampshire Downs Chamomile, Lemon Verbena and a wonderful Jasmine.

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Barbecoa Piccadilly Afternoon Tea Menu

Classic Afternoon Tea
Sandwiches
London Smoked Salmon & Cream Cheese
Coronation Chicken
Breckland Brown Egg & Cress
Cucumber
Cobble Lane Pastrami & American Mustard

Pastries
A Selection Of Cakes, Tarts, Choux Pastries, Chocolate & Sweet Treats

Scones
Ivy House Clotted Cream, Your Choice Of Strawberry Jam, Lemon Curd, Seasonal Jam

Served with your choice of tea

£25.00 per person
£35.00 per person with a glass of Champagne

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Barbecoa Afternoon Tea
Savouries
Wagyu Beef Slider
Crab Bouche
Goat’s Curd & Honeyed Almonds
Short Rib Croquette

Pastries
A Selection Of Cakes, Tarts, Choux Pastries, Chocolate & Sweet Treats

Scones
Ivy House Clotted Cream, Your Choice Of Strawberry Jam & Peanut Butter, Seasonal Jam

Served with your choice of tea

£28.00 per person
£38.00 per person with a glass of Champagne


Please note that this is a sample menu only. All prices are subject to change by the venue unless stated on your booking confirmation.

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How to find Barbecoa Piccadilly

Barbecoa Piccadilly is only a short walk from both Piccadilly Circus and Green Park underground stations. Walking from Green Park, you'll find Barbecoa along Piccadilly passing by The Ritz Hotel and Fortnum & Mason. There is also the Royal Academy of Arts on your left and this is currently showcasing American Art from the 1930's.