Join the afternoon tea set at The Georgian, Harrods

On the fourth floor of Harrods, The Georgian restaurant dates back to 1911, when it was opened to commemorate the coronation of King George V. It swiftly became a destination for members of high society.
Today, the department store's restaurant has been given a fresh new look and offers the quintessentially British experience of afternoon tea, for special occasions - or during a much-needed shopping break...

Fourth floor, Harrods, 87-135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London SW1.

A beautifully presented, classic afternoon tea that begins with a king prawn cocktail, followed by a warm savoury tart, and a selection of dainty sandwiches with luxurious fillings including coronation chicken, egg, salmon and beef.

Next on the menu is a range of dainty pastries and baked scones served with clotted cream, rose petal jelly and delicious homemade lemon curd. To finish, fresh strawberries are served with sweet Pimm’s syrup.
An indulgent champagne afternoon tea

The bright and elegant setting is enhanced by large skylights and tall windows, which overlook the outdoor summer dining terrace.

The food is plentiful and delicious, and the service attentive and unrushed. This is the place to while away an afternoon gossiping and spoiling yourself. 
Recently made over by bespoke interior designer Christopher Guy Harrison, the interior of The Georgian is a modern take on the elegant style of the Twenties and Thirties

Book for Friday-Sunday to enjoy your afternoon tea accompanied by live piano music.

The Georgian afternoon tea, £39
Champagne afternoon tea, £49.50

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