The Drawing Room – Egerton House Hotel

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The five star Egerton House Hotel, part of the award winning Red Carnation Hotel Collection, is a hidden gem in the heart of exclusive Knightsbridge, within minutes of the finest attractions including the V&A Museum, Natural History and Science Museums and The Royal Albert Hall to name a few.

Guests will find themselves on the doorstep of luxury boutiques and the famous department stores of Harrods and Harvey Nichols and a short stroll will take you to Sloane Street, making this the ideal base to indulge in the best shopping London has to offer. Rated in the top London hotels on TripAdvisor UK, expect the outstanding service and genuine care which Red Carnation Hotels are renowned. This luxury boutique townhouse hotel dates back to 1843 and is meticulously designed with traditional style and flair.

Each one of the 23 lavish bedrooms, 4 top-floor sumptuous studio suites and the elegant master suite are individually designed and decorated with character and charm with influence from President & Founder Mrs. Beatrice Tollman.

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The elegant Drawing Room is the ideal place in which to savour a wonderful Afternoon Tea which includes an assortment of delicate finger sandwiches and pastries with freshly baked scones served with thick clotted cream and homemade fruit preserves. To complete this classic treat, choose from an extensive selection of teas or coffee or for added sparkle enjoy with a glass of chilled Champagne. For the little ones, the fun “Teddy Bear’s Picnic with Edwin” themed Afternoon Tea includes sandwiches, freshly baked scones, mini cheese cakes and is accompanied by a delicious hot chocolate drink.

Egerton House Drawing Room

In the evenings, relax in the intimate and sophisticated surroundings of the Bar where you can savour the “finest Martini in London” expertly prepared in front of you by our superb barman Antonio.

Egerton House Bar
Rest,

Revive,

Rejuvenate!

In England, it seems the panacea for all ills and one of life’s great pleasures is “a nice cup of tea”. It can be enjoyed anywhere at any time, but it is probably most enjoyed when taken at leisure. Although tea is easy to make, a certain amount of care and attention to detail is required if it is to be served at its best.

Please join us in our sumptuous Drawing Room and while away an hour or two indulging in our delicious Afternoon Tea.

Afternoon Tea At Egerton House

Afternoon Tea is Served Daily from 12pm to 6pm,
in The Drawing Room.

Cream Tea £17.00

Your choice from our finest leaf teas with freshly home baked plain and fruit scones served with Devonshire clotted cream and selection of preserves.

Traditional Afternoon Tea £34.00

Your choice from our finest leaf teas with – Homemade cakes including passion fruit cheese cake, fruit tartlet, blackberry macaron, chocolate brownies with minted ice top, carrot cake and vanilla cupcake with forget me not sugar flowers. Freshly cut sandwiches including organic smoked salmon on brown bread, free range egg mayonnaise on white bread, cucumber and cream cheese on sundried tomato bread and Coronation chicken on granary bread. Freshly home baked plain and fruit scones served with Devonshire clotted cream and selection of preserves.

Champagne Afternoon Tea £48.00

Your choice from our finest leaf teas with – Homemade cakes including passion fruit cheese cake, fruit tartlet, blackberry macaron, chocolate brownies with minted ice top, carrot cake and vanilla cupcake with forget me not sugar flowers. Freshly cut sandwiches including organic smoked salmon on brown bread, free range egg mayonnaise on white bread, cucumber and cream cheese on sundried tomato bread and Coronation chicken on granary bread. Freshly home baked plain and fruit scones served with Devonshire clotted cream and selection of preserves. As above with a glass of chilled Guy Cadel Champagne.

Gluten Free Afternoon Tea £34.00

Your choice from our finest leaf teas with – Homemade cakes including treacle tart, lemon tart and carrot cupcake with forget me not sugar flowers. Freshly cut sandwiches including organic smoked salmon on brown bread, free range egg mayonnaise on white bread, cucumber and cream cheese on white bread and Coronation chicken on brown bread. Freshly home baked plain and fruit scones served with Devonshire clotted cream and selection of preserves.

Vegetarian Afternoon Tea £34.00

Your choice from our finest leaf teas with – Homemade cakes including passion fruit cheese cake, fruit tartlet, blackberry macaron, chocolate brownies with minted ice top, carrot cake and vanilla cupcake with forget me not sugar flowers. Freshly cut sandwiches including free range egg mayonnaise on white bread, cucumber and cream cheese on sundried tomato bread, goat’s cheese and rocket on granary bread and grilled Mediterranean vegetables on brown bread. Freshly home baked plain and fruit scones served with Devonshire clotted cream and selection of preserves.

Teddy Bear’s Picnic with Edwin £15.00

Specifically designed for children under the age of 12 years, a fine selection of sandwiches, freshly baked scones with Devonshire clotted cream, mini cheese cakes and macarons accompanied by a delicious hot chocolate drink.

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Flowering teas

Selection of handmade and hand tied teas.

LotusPeak Flower Burst

Combining hibiscus and green tea with a light refreshing hint of lemon.
Ingredients: Luxury green tea, amaranth & hibiscus and lavender blossom.

Tiger Leaping Flower Burst

The peach character of osmanthus is complimented by hints of jasmine and lily.
Ingredients: Luxury green tea, lily blossom, jasmine and osmanthus petals.

JinjicunMountain Flowering Tea

Refreshing notes of peppermint with a sweet floral finish.

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Afternoon Teas

Darjeeling Fine Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe

Grown at altitude along the slopes of the Himalayas, this is a highly esteemed tea, rich in the cup with a delightful muscatel sweet aroma.

Assam Tippy Golden Broken Orange Pekoe

This is a fine example of a rich Assam tea with a very full and well balanced flavour. Assam tea comes from India and is mostly grown at or near sea level. Assam is known for its body, briskness, malty flavour and strong bright colour.

Ceylon Dimbula

Dimbula was one of the first plantations to be planted in the 1870’s in the Dimbula region in Western Sri Lanka, which produces full flavoured rich aromatic black teas. Ceylon is the old name for Sri Lanka.

Lapsang Souchong

A very powerful tea with a rich, tarry, smoky character. Lapsang is a black tea originally from the Wuyi region of the Chinese province of Fujian. It is sometimes referred to as smoked tea, and the leaves are traditionally smoke dried over pine wood fires, taking on its distinctive smoky flavour.

Jasmine Green Tea

From the Fujian province, a semi-fermented tea scented with Jasmine flowers which are grown at high elevations in the mountains. It originates from the time of the Song Dynasty (960-1279) the flavour is subtly sweet.

Rooibos

Naturally caffeine free South African tea with a sweet, slightly nutty flavour. Rich in antioxidants. Rooibos is only grown in a small area in the Western Cape province.

Higgins Afternoon Blend

A finely balanced blend of India and China teas that can be served black, with a slice of lemon or a dash of milk.

Earl Grey

A blend of choice teas flavoured with the oil from the peel of the bergamot fruit. Bergamot stems from the Italian ‘bergamotto’, a modification of the Turkish word ‘bey armudu’, literally ‘Beys pear’; bergamot is a fruit the size of an orange, with a yellow colour and a pleasant fragrance.

Spring Tea

Black China tea with raspberry, blackcurrant and elderberry flavours, juniper berries, nettle, heather, blackberry and peppermint leaves.

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Afternoon Tea is Served Daily from 12pm to 6pm, 
in the The Drawing Room.

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Address: Egerton House Hotel, 17-19 Egerton Terrace, Knightsbridge, London SW3 2BX

Tel: + 44 (0) 20 7589 2412

Web:  http://www.egertonhousehotel.com

Nearest Tube : Knightsbridge

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