The Monty Python sketch team may not be the first port of call when seeking life advice.
However, they were spot on when they recommended that we should all ‘make tea, not war’.
Find peace with today’s Big Deal on afternoon tea with a glass of bubbly at La Bonne Auberge on West Nile Street.
La Bonne Auberge opened back in 1975. Almost 40 years later, it is still going strong and, after a recent six figure revamp, it looks as elegant as ever.
Available seven days a week from noon to 4pm, this deal is for a sumptuous afternoon tea for one person at La Bonne Auberge.
The mouth-watering afternoon tea consists of an assortment of freshly prepared 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. 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.
Of course, it also helps unleash the gossip – one of the many delightful side effects of afternoon tea.
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.
La Bonne Auberge has collected lots of happy reviews over the years. On 5pm Dining, it’s rated 4/5 by customers. As well as the food, decor and service, many customers appreciate its location in the middle of Glasgow’s theatreland.
This is what one customer had to say after buying a previous Bonne Auberge offer:
‘Afternoon tea. Went with a friend who had a voucher for afternoon tea with fizz. The food, the fizz and the staff were all great. Thoroughly enjoyed it and looking forward to another visit.’ Rating 5/5
This offer would be fantastic for a bite before catching a matinee theatre show or you could use it to treat a relative or friend.
Of course, it would also be great for a catch-up chat – a glass of fizz often adds shine to a gem of gossip.