What’s that you see in the distance? A white rabbit, twitching its tail. What should you do? Follow it, quickly.
Where will it take you? To afternoon tea at the 5 star Radisson Blu hotel, of course.
Today’s Big Deal offers afternoon tea for two in the hotel’s elegant Grahamston at The Atrium lounge bar, with an optional glass of Prosecco each.
So if you’re struggling to think of the ideal gift for that person who likes tea and chat and lashings of clotted cream on their scones, then your search is over.
Bless that white rabbit.
Part of the five star Radisson Blu on Argyle Street, Grahamston at The Atrium is a sleek, light-filled and quietly sophisticated bar.
The bar is gently themed around the story of Grahamston, the forgotten Glasgow village which was built over when the nearby Central Station was constructed.
As well as having a colourful back story, the bar has large window walls which make it perfect for people watching in the unlikely event of the chat running dry.
Option of Prosecco
Served seven days a week between 1pm and 5pm, afternoon tea in Grahamston at The Atrium is a real treat.
Available on white or wholemeal bread, the selection of fresh finger sandwiches will include delectable choices such as the smoked salmon and cucumber or the roast chicken and tarragon mayonnaise.
The golden scones are freshly baked and served with rich, clotted cream and a naturally sweet fruit preserve.
The hotel’s chef de patisserie will conjure up a glorious selection choice of pastries and cakes with just the right amount of indulgence and a little sweetness to sugar the gossip.
Naturally, Grahamston at The Atrium has a fine selection of top quality teas and coffees for you to choose from as part of the offer.
Option two includes a chilled glass of Jeio Valdobbiadene DOCG Brut NV Prosecco to help keep your afternoon nice and bubbly.
Big Deals at the stylish Radisson Blu are always very popular and the hotel is a hit on TripAdvisor.
This is what a recent visitor thought of her afternoon tea experience at the hotel:
‘This was one of the best afternoon teas I have had. Lovely open sandwiches with four different toppings. Great scones with jam and cream or butter; lots of little cakes. All beautifully presented on a lovely stand.’
T is for the tea
Tasty sandwiches, gooey artisan cakes and maybe a glass of chilled fizz, all enjoyed in a swish 5 star hotel – that’s someone’s birthday sorted then.
And if you’re lucky, they might take you along as their plus one.
Just a thought.