Patrons can indulge in afternoon tea with sweet and savoury treats, accompanied by a cocktail each
What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- £29 for cocktail afternoon tea for two (36% off)
- £58 for cocktail afternoon tea for four (36% off)
Afternoon tea includes:
Choice of cocktails: dark rum with Curious Porter ale, cocoa powder and cream | fruit punch tea infused tequila with rose liquor, Pernod, elderflower and orange bitter
Selection of savoury treats: Scottish smoked salmon and lemon butter on sourdough | Clarence Court egg and cress in a mini white roll | mini tomato and basil tart
Selection of sweet treats: freshly baked redcurrant and plain scones | Cornish clotted cream and strawberry preserve | Brandy custard mini doughnut | mini lemon meringue pie
The Fine Print
Expires 26 May 2018. Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Mandatory booking required. Check availability here and book here. Present Groupon on arrival. 24-hour cancellation policy. Reservation required. 24-hours in advance. Must be 18 or older with a valid ID for alcohol. Valid for option purchased only. Please advise of any special dietary requirements upon booking. The menu is subject to seasonal change. Full voucher value must be used during a single visit. Verified using our merchant's price list on 17 Nov 2017.
About Pennethorne's Bar
The inspiration for the Pennethorne's Bar derived from architect Sir James Pennethorne’s journey across Europe in the 19th century. They strive to serve fine food and drinks inspired by Pennethorne’s European adventures across France, Italy and beyond, with a little twist of modern English culture. Sir James Pennethorne made his famous Grand Tour around Europe in the 19th century, with destinations including France, Italy and Spain. The Grand Tour was considered to be a scholar’s pilgrimage, a journey where they could acquire a range of cultural sculptures, paintings, artefacts and culinary delights. Pennethorne’s Grand Tour took place from 6th November 1824 to 1st November 1825 where he visited Paris, Parma, Modena, Bologna, Rome, Siena, Florence, Pisa and Genoa. The flavours from these regions are embedded in the food with an English twist, which can be accompanied by a selection of English and French wines.