Up to four patrons can indulge in afternoon tea featuring sweet and savoury treats, with the option to include a glass of Prosecco each
What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- £19 for afternoon tea for two (24% off)
- £38 for afternoon tea for four (24% off)
- £25 for afternoon tea with Prosecco for two (17% off)
- £50 for afternoon tea with Prosecco for four (17% off)
Afternoon tea includes:
Sweets: slice of carrot cake | lemon drizzle cake | slice of chocolate red velvet cake | slice of coconut and chocolate raspberry cake | two freshly baked fruit scones served with clotted cream, Bonne Maman strawberry jam and fresh strawberry garnish | two portions of mousse au chocolat
Savouries: six slices of croque monsieur or croque portobello mushroom and goats’ cheese
The Fine Print
Expires 9 Sep 2018. (Excludes bank holidays; 4-8 Jul at Café Rouge Henley; 1-31 Aug at Café Rouge Edinburgh).
Purchase: Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people, may buy 10 additional as gifts. Limit 1 voucher per table. Maximum 6 guests per booking.
Booking: Mandatory booking required at least 24 hours in advance online at here; provide Groupon code. Must present printed Groupon upon arrival. 24-hour cancellation policy.
Restrictions: Must be 18 or over with a valid ID for alcohol. Eat-in only. Non-alcoholic alternatives to Prosecco are available on request. Not valid at Center Parcs, Rapide by Café Rouge Euston and airport locations. Not valid at O2 Greenwich on event days, the Principality Stadium (Cardiff) and Murrayfield (Edinburgh). Valid Mon-Fri 12pm-5.30pm and Sat-Sun 2pm-5.30pm Not valid in conjunction with any other offer. Valid for option purchased only.
Original values: Verified using our merchant's website on 1 Jun 2018.
About Café Rouge
Boasting nearly 80 locations nationwide, the chain was launched in 1989 in Richmond, London by Karen Jones and Roger Myers, foodies on a mission to recreate authentic French food and wine in a relaxed bistro-style setting. Café Rouge was awarded Best Food Quality and Taste 2018 by the MCA Eating Out Panel – a survey of 85,000 UK diners. The restaurant was inspired by a favourite hangout spot for Bridget and her friends from the novel Bridget Jones’s Diary. Today, the team at Café Rouge continue to recreate French classics, including steak frites, poulet breton, moules and confit de canard, as well as croques, salads and baguettes that can be enjoyed with a fine selection of French wines.