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Lowry Hotel Launches Manchester Afternoon Tea

Vimto jelly, pies and Eccles cakes make for a very local treat

Published on November 1st 2012.


Lowry Hotel Launches Manchester Afternoon Tea

THE River Bar and Restaurant at The Lowry Hotel has launched a new afternoon tea that celebrates all things Manchester.

Alongside traditional finger sandwiches, it features Manchester specialities such as home-baked pies, Eccles cakes, Manchester tart and Vimto jelly.

For every tea sold, the hotel will make a donation to the charity Forever Manchester which aims to improve lives in communities across Greater Manchester.

The Manchester Afternoon Tea is available every day for £22.50 per person.

The Lowry Hotel is making a name for itself for its afternoon teas. It is 'Highly Recommended' by the British Tea Guild, and is one of the few places to offer a Children’s Afternoon Tea. Youngsters are served a selection of finger sandwiches, a child-friendly selection of cakes, plus milk and cookies. It costs £6.50.

They also serve a Champagne Afternoon Tea for £33 which includes a full traditional afternoon tea plus a glass of chilled champagne, a prawn cocktail, and strawberries and cream.

To make a booking please contact The River Restaurant on 0161 827 4041.

 

Afternoon Tea:

Monday to Friday

2:15 pm to 4:00 pm

 

Saturday

12:00 pm to 4 pm

 

Sunday

3:15 pm to 17:00 pm

 

Manchester Afternoon Tea
£22.50 per person

A changing selection of finger sandwiches


Typical fillings include free-range egg and watercress, smoked salmon with crème fraiche, cucumber and cream cheese

Home baked savoury pies

Freshly baked fruit and plain scones
with Devonshire clotted cream and strawberry preserve

Selection of Manchester-themed cakes

Choice of fresh teas and infusions

and-sourced, fine loose teas from JING


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