The Centre Point building is now offering the “highest tea” in London, following the launch of a new menu at its top floor Paramount restaurant. The venue, situated 32 floors above
ground level, has begun serving traditional high tea from March 11 this year, allowing diners to take in panoramic views of the surrounding capital while enjoying gourmet
The menu was devised by Paramount’s new head chef Mark Kay, formerly of the Michelin-starred restaurants Chez Bruce in Wandsworth and Wild Honey in Mayfair. It features classic
creations from smoked salmon, egg and cured ham sandwiches to scones with clotted cream alongside a ‘quiche of the day’, as well as a selection of pastries, organic teas and
Guests can choose from a standard high tea offering, priced at £28, or one including champagne at £42. The meal is available daily between 3pm and 6pm and can be reserved through
High tea remains a popular treat within the capital. Earlier this month, the Tea Guild, part of the UK Tea Council, announced the winners of this year’s Tea Guild Awards.
The Goring Hotel was named ‘London’s Top Afternoon Tea Place’ while the Davenports Tea Room in Cheshire was awarded the title of Britain’s ‘Top Tea Place’ for 2013.