Royal Afternoon Tea for Two at The Rubens
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Head to The Rubens at the Palace, the celebrated London venue overlooking Buckingham Palace’s Royal Mews, and the ideal place from which to indulge in a decadent afternoon tea. Served amid the period features of the beautiful Palace Lounge, the spread comprises freshly baked scones with Devonshire clotted cream, a selection of delicate finger sandwiches and delicious homemade pastries, each bursting with imaginative flavours (blood orange caviar, anyone?). Some of Her Majesty The Queen’s favourites grace the menu, from gorgeous jam pennies and red velvet cupcakes to light chocolate mousse (often enjoyed by Princes William and Harry in their nursery, rumour has it). Be treated like royalty as the attentive restaurant staff top up each plate.
Tea is served daily (subject to availability).
Expect to be at the venue for around an hour and a half. Afternoon tea is served daily from 2pm – 4.30pm (last sitting at 3pm as dining ends at 4.30pm).
There may be up to 50 other diners at The Rubens.
The Rubens ask that all guests wear smart casual clothes (those wearing jeans or trainers may be refused entry).
Those under 16 are welcome but one guest must be aged 18 or over.
A discretionary 12.5 per cent service charge is added to the bill.