Champagne Afternoon Tea For Two for £29 at Award Winning Parkers Restaurant (£62.90 Value)
- Selection of tea finger sandwiches
- Homemade cakes and biscuits
- Fruit scones with clotted cream and homemade jam
- Assortment of tea and coffee
- Set in the Hotel on the Park, 15 minutes from Cheltenham
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The lesser-known dream tea features lighter-than-air scones, a flute of sparkling nectar and crustless sandman-wiches. Drift off with today’s Groupon: £29 instead of £62.90 for a champagne afternoon tea for two at Parkers Restaurant.
Winner of Cotswold Life Restaurant of the Year 2006 and staffed by exceptionally qualified chefs, the restaurant offers traditional English grub with a touch of je ne sais quoi. Parkers Restaurant sits inside The Hotel on the Park, a luxury lodge with a grand Regency exterior and suitably elegant insides. The restaurant interior is adorned by a sparkling Murano crystal chandelier, part of the modern twist on the classic design, and also looks out onto the park.
Groupon takers of tea choose a suitably civilised friend to join them for a sparkling afternoon tea between midday and 6pm. Receiving a glass of champagne each, pairs are also confronted with a spread of dainty tea finger sandwiches, a selection of homemade cakes and biscuits, and fruit scones accompanied by clotted cream and homemade jam. Putting the eponymous tea into the afternoon sojourn, Groupon gourmands can also select from a range of pot-fillers, picking a classic blend such as Earl Grey or a more exotic mix such as orange, mango and cinnamon.
Parkers Restaurant has not yet attracted many reviews, however, Gloucestershire’s online magazine, SoGlos, awarded the restaurant a palatable 7/10. SoGlo remarked favourable on the restaurant, with the exceptional staff and well-made food being singled out for praise.
From the striking decor of the dining room to the carefully presented dishes each matched to individual styles of plate, the use of premium ingredients and a chef more than confident in the kitchen, Parkers Restaurant has embarked on an ambitious journey to deliver fine dining at its best in Cheltenham.
– James Fryer, April 2011