Tea is pretty much a miracle drink. It can cure the blues; warm cold bones and, if you drink enough of it with a friend, it can even set the world to rights.
Give yourself a tonic with today’s Big Deal on afternoon tea with a glass of fizz at La Bonne Auberge, the stylish brasserie in the Holiday Inn Theatreland.
Located on West Nile Street, right in the heart of Glasgow’s Theatreland, La Bonne Auberge opened as Glasgow’s first Mediterranean/French brasserie back in 1975.
Thirty-three years later, it is still going strong and, after a six figure facelift last year, it looks as elegant as ever.
Available seven days a week from noon to 4pm, this offer is for a sumptuous afternoon tea at La Bonne Auberge.
The mouth-watering afternoon tea consists of an assortment of finger sandwiches, a fruit scone with clotted cream and strawberry jam, plus a selection of gourmet petit pastries.
A glass of fizz is included in the deal. As noted above, tea is pretty much a miracle drink but add a glass of bubbles into the occasion and the party steps up to a whole new level.
Fittingly for a venue with an AA rosette, La Bonne Auberge offers a wide variety of top quality Suki teas.
From bright, light and crisp breakfast tea to refreshing roiboos and exotic green tea via fragrant chamomile and tingly whole peppermint, there is a whole world of flavours in every pot at La Bonne Auberge.
As part of this offer, you can choose which Suki speciality tea you want to treat your taste buds to.
This offer would be brilliant for a catch-up with a friend; a surprise outing for a relative or a gift. You could also use it as a little pick-me-up during a marathon shopping expedition.
La Bonne Auberge has collected lots of happy reviews over the years. On 5pm Restaurants, it’s rated 4/5 by customers. This is what a recent diner had to say:
‘Very enjoyable. Really enjoyed our meal here. Staff were very pleasant, service was fast and efficient, food was very tasty and very well presented. Wonderful value. Would highly recommend. Hope they do another deal soon!’ Rating 4.8/5