Strand Palace Hotel

372 Strand, London, WC2R 0JJ

from £22.46 pp*

1 special offer is available

Afternoon Tea at The Strand Palace Hotel can be found right in the heart of London's West End, and is a stylish occasion. The newly renovated Strand Palace Hotel is a grand establishment that has been a permanent fixture along The Strand since 1909 and is perfectly positioned close to both Covent Garden and Charing Cross as well as many of the capital's major theatres.

We currently have an exclusive special offer for online bookings. For every two people that book the Summer Afternoon Tea online, you'll receive a free bottle of Prosecco!

Special offer

The following special offer is available to book online using the link below.

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The Strand Palace Hotel Afternoon Tea Menu

Covent Garden Afternoon Tea
Finger Sandwiches
Egg & cress on white bread
Prawns & lime in a beetroot panier
Smoked salmon & cream cheese on charcoal bread
Sirloin steak & horseradish on orange bread

Cakes
Victoria sponge
Chocolate choux choux
Passionfruit mousse
Chocolate & caramel ganache

Scones Plain & sultana scones with Cornish clotted cream and strawberry jam

Selection of loose leaf and herbal teas

£29.95 per person

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Summer Afternoon Tea
Finger Sandwiches
Egg & cress on white bread
Prawns & lime in a beetroot panier
Smoked salmon & cream cheese on charcoal bread
Sirloin steak & horseradish on orange bread

Cakes
Victoria sponge
Chocolate choux choux
Passionfruit mousse
Chocolate & caramel ganache

Scones Plain & sultana scones with Cornish clotted cream and strawberry jam

Flower Pot
Strawberry ice cream in a white chocolate cone
Vanilla ice cream in a dark chocolate cone
White chocolate roses

Selection of loose leaf and herbal teas

£34.95 per person


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

* Price shown is for a special offer at this venue.

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How to find The Strand Palace Hotel

The Strand Palace Hotel is close to Charing Cross and Temple underground stations.

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