OXO Tower Brasserie Not Afternoon Tea

OXO Tower Wharf, Barge House Street, London, SE1 9PH

from £22.00 pp

The OXO Tower Brasserie offers breathtaking views over London and is accompanied by an unusual take on afternoon tea. The menu changes seasonally and currently features Autumnal menus including Kent Orchard, Let's Go Nuts, Born to be Wild and London Markets. Not Afternoon Tea is available for £22 or £33 with a glass of Champagne, and you can also enquire about the Not Afternoon Tea experiences - perfect for a celebration.

One of our favourites, the OXO Tower Brasserie on South Bank, have launched their Autumn-inspired menu. If you haven't heard of their NOT Afternoon Tea, it's a collection of four desserts paired with a cocktail. A vibrant venue with great views, perfect for a catch up with friends and family. Officially putting the fun into afternoon tea!


The OXO Tower Brasserie Afternoon Tea Menu

Not Afternoon Tea
£22.00 per person for one Not Afternoon Tea Plate including one bespoke cocktail
£33.00 including a glass of OXO Brut Champagne

Kent Orchard
Tempting and sweet, this plate features mouth-watering produce from Kent in each dessert, including caramelised apple cake with hop ice cream, spiced plum mousse, poached pears with Earl Grey sponge and quince tart. This plate is coupled with the Apples and Pears cocktail, which is mixed with Poire William liqueur, English Sparkling Wine, Earl Grey syrup and apple juice.

Let's Go Nuts
Rather than having fruit or chocolate as the main attraction, this nutty plate showcases walnut meringue with coffee cream, a hazelnut custard slice, almond macaroons and pistachio cake with ice cream. This plate is served with the You Nutter cocktail, which has Mozart chocolate vodka, dark chocolate liqueur, Kahlua, Frangelico, almond milk and chocolate bitters.

London Markets
Paired with the Ziggy Stardust cocktail, which pays homage to Bowie's Brixton birthplace with Plantation 3 Stars rum, white cacao liqueur and rose syrup, this plate journeys through the city with a chocolate and rose tart with candied flowers, salted peanut caramel ganache with petticoat tails, coriander and lime leaf chocolate mousse and white chocolate ice cream with spiced chocolate crumble and 'punk' chocolate shards.

Born to be Wild
Bursting with flavour, this foraged plate features elderberry and crab apple trifle, brandied wild plum and honey cake with cobnut ice cream, rosehip foam with fennel crisp and acorn panna cotta. It sits beside the tempting Free cocktail, which blends Cinzano Rosso vermouth, Port, Cassis and raspberry lemonade.


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


How to find The OXO Tower Brasserie

The OXO Tower is close to Southwark underground station.

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