High Tea Dining Guide
High tea is known for having the best of both worlds. Sweet and savoury, hot and cold, tea and champagne. Not only do they offer delicious food and are beautifully presented on tiered stands, but they make for a relaxing afternoon that can be enjoyed by the whole family, no matter what their taste.
From sky-high dining to traditional tearooms, chocolate themed to guy themed, there really is something for everyone.
View our High Tea Dining Guide below.
Image: NGV Tea Room, VIC
Vaucluse House Tearooms, NSW
Spend your Sunday afternoon enjoying an elegant high tea at the pictureqsue Vaucluse House Tearooms with a wonderful selection of sweet and savoury treats, tea and a glass of Australian sparkling wine for $55 per person.
If a Sunday doesn't suit, you can still enjoy high tea any day of the week from 1pm-3pm.
High Tea lovers rejoice!
Care to indulge in a decadent high tea with the sweetest of Sydney Harbour views, exclusively at Blu Bar on 36? We invite you to delight in Executive Pastry Chef, Anna Polyviou’s divine colourful creations as you bask in the mesmerising vista below. Take a seat and enjoy a pink Mohawk cocktail on arrival as you savour the delicious array of buffet delicacies for $95 per person.
Take a seat waterside in Manly and spend your afternoon indulging in high tea. For $49 per person enjoy a selection of sweet and savourity items, with a glass of sparkling wine and unlimited tea and coffee. Does it get much better than this?
If you're looking for a high tea in Brisbane, look no further than Bacchus in South Bank. Enjoy a traditional High Tea including savoury sandwiches, scones, petit dessert options and unlimited tea for $42 per person.
For an additional cost, why not treat yourself and add a glass of wine? Have your choice of Chandon Rosé NV, NV Chandon Brut, Moët Chandon or Dom Perignon.
Enjoy an exquisite Adelaide High Tea experience at Stamford Plaza Adelaide Hotel. Their bespoke selection of sweet and savoury treats and fresh-out-of-the-oven scones are all prepared onsite by the talented team of Chefs. Their Adelaide high teas are perfect for leisurely afternoons of indulgence and special occasions.
If you're less of a traditionalist, enjoy the Chocolate High Tea experience for $49 per person.
Burbury Terrace should be your go-to place for High Tea in Canberra. Spoil yourself, your family and friends and book your place at this Barton favourite.
Enjoy a traditional High Tea for $50 per person, with the option of adding a glass of Champagne for $15 per person, or make it free-flowing for an additional $55 per person. Children are more than welcome, with their own High Tea menu available for $30 per child under 12.
Take a step off the beach and relax with a High Tea at Glenelg by the sea for $36 per person, best shared with friends and or family and makes for the perfect treat for any occasion. Before enjoying the Grand High Tea, why not embrace the French inspiration with a class of Piper Heidseck Champagne of arrival?
Bring the kids along for their very own High Tea, consisting of Olaf iced lemonade or Humphrey B Bear hot chocolate, Elmo scones with Snuffaluffagus jam and cream, Captain Feathersword fish and chips, Minions cupcake, Upsy Daisy jelly, Abby Cadabby fairy bread, and a Freddo chocolate frog.
Fulfil your sweet cravings with High Tea at the Stables of Como for $110 per person. Bring the kids to enjoy their own special menu while you indulge in a tower of light sandwiches and sweets, while sipping on glass of bubbly from the mimosa bar.
Running every day at 3pm, at the Stables, the boys don't miss out with Melbourne's first Guy Tea, serving gourmet burgers, chips, petit fours and free flowing Peroni Red Label for $75 per person.
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