Afternoon Tea At K+K Hotel George – £11pp | REVIEW [£]

Afternoon Tea At K+K Hotel George – £11pp | REVIEW [£]

A boutique hotel with an award winning garden located in the heart of Kensington.
To appreciate it’s stunning English architecture and it’s peaceful surrounding, my friends and I decided to have afternoon tea at the K+K Hotel George. Thanks to Groupon you can get 28-29% off so you can either take a loved one or a group of friends. Check out the deal here.

K+K Hotel George.

 


THE GROUPON DEAL

Afternoon tea is not advertised on their website therefore you have two options on their Groupon deal. A traditional afternoon tea or pay extra for the champagne option.

Afternoon Tea for two – £22
Sparkling Afternoon Tea for  two – £28
Afternoon for four – £44
Sparking Afternoon Tea for four – £56

 


 

ARRIVAL

We reserved a table at 2pm and since we were the first people in the dining area we chose to sit next to the window which has the view of the gardens. Upon our arrival we were greeted with a warm welcome. As we sat down the first thing I’ve noticed was the tea set. It had a vintage-look with a floral design which reminded me of my Grandma’s tea set when she used to offer my cousins and I some tea. Although it was a cold and rainy day in London it felt very serene to watch the rain while sipping on some hot tea.

Garden View.

Beautiful Tea Set.

 


 

AFTERNOON TEA

You could either select tea or coffee as a main beverage (unless you’ve chosen champagne as the other option, which I believe you also get with the tea/coffee). Below are a list of finger foods. My personal favourite was the chicken & pesto sandwich and lemon cheesecake.

FIRST TIER
Homemade Scones x2 (with clotted cream and jam)

SECOND TIER
Carrot Cake x2
Chocolate Cake x2
Lemon Cheesecake x2

THIRD TIER
Chicken Coronation Sandwich x2
Chicken & Pesto Sandwich x2
Ham & Mayo Sandwich x2

Traditional Afternoon Tea.

 


 

OVERALL

Was it worth the afternoon tea experience? Personally there are much better places for afternoon tea, but you’re paying for the price. The best traditional afternoon tea is around £50pp and we’ve only spend £11pp. The only difference is the quality and presentation. I don’t think the quality was its highest (for example; the cakes didn’t taste freshly made so it could be possible it was delivered to the hotel) however it doesn’t mean it was terrible. The scones tasted so good and it was still warm. They were all still delicious. The presentation didn’t give me the wow factor but I loved the way they laid out the sandwiches on the third tier.

 


FOOD QUALITY : 3.5/5
FOOD PRESENTATION : 3.5/5
DRINKS QUALITY : 4/5
SERVICE : 4/5
PRICE : 4/5
ATMOSPHERE : 5/5
LOCATION : 5/5

☆☆☆☆
OVERALL : 4/5



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