With a dizzying amount of dining spots offering tipsy afternoon tea these days, where on earth should you choose?
Well, how about a plush, elegant space that made it into The Scotsman’s ‘Top 12 Places for Afternoon Tea’ and also boasts Edinburgh Castle as a backdrop?
We’re talking about Monboddo in DoubleTree by Hilton, where you can enjoy a very fizzy treat with today’s Big Deal.
Impressive afternoon tea setting
Monboddo is a sleek and airy cocktail bar with eye-catching turquoise sofas, designer lights and statement mirrors.
The wall-to-ceiling windows make it an ideal spot for people watching while you sip fizz and scoff cakes.
Let’s get fizzi-cal
Option one of this Big Deal is for a Prosecco afternoon tea for two. Option two is for four people, making this perfect for a celebration, reunion or hen party.
Your afternoon tea will be served on a three tier stand and includes a variety of elegant finger sandwiches, savoury bites, scones with clotted cream & jam, and freshly baked cakes.
As well as a choice of tea or coffee, you will also be served a glass of chilled Prosecco each.
You can enjoy your fizzy afternoon tea seven days from 12pm to 4pm until the 31st of March.
This TripAdvisor reviewer raved about their recent afternoon tea at Monboddo in Edinburgh city centre. Here is a snippet:
‘Superb afternoon tea. Our daughter and son-in-law booked a surprise afternoon tea to celebrate my husband’s birthday and oh, what a treat. The afternoon tea was delicious, sandwiches, warm quiche… warm scones with cream and jam, scrumptious cakes…just delightful. The staff were pleasant and professional and we all had a thoroughly enjoyable experience.’ 5/5
Enjoy a dreamy day out
The list of excuses to enjoy fizzy afternoon tea are endless, so we’re sure that you won’t have any trouble coming up with one.
With this Big Deal, you can sip Prosecco and nibble on finger sandwiches while watching the world go by through the soaring windows at Monboddo.
According to The Scotsman, this is one of the best spots in Scotland for afternoon tea, so why not experience it for yourself?