The highly popular dining attraction can now be enjoyed in Fishbone Restaurant at Future Inn Plymouth
With plenty to choose from on an afternoon tea, this quintessentially English dish has something for everyone. Looking for a place for afternoon tea in Plymouth? In Fishbone Bar & Restaurant the traditional afternoon tea menu comes with delicious finger sandwiches, mouth-watering homemade cakes and handmade scones with lashings of cream and fruit jam. The afternoon tea is served with unlimited servings of tea or coffee. You can also add on a glass of bubbles, prosecco, champagne or even a cocktail.
£12 per person
£6 for under 12's
Under 5's are complimentary
Add a glass of Cava for £3.50 per person, or one of our signature cocktails for £7 per person
Served daily between 1pm-5pm
Pre-booking is essential
Contact us today to make a reservation:
Tel: 01752 701000 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sample Afternoon Tea Menu
Delicate Finger Sandwiches
Unlimited tea or coffee
As our afternoon tea is homemade in house, we are able to assist anyone who has a specialist diet or allergies and intolerances. If require a vegetarian or vegan spread, or if you need gluten or dairy-free for example, please mention this when booking. It is essential that these are pre-ordered, giving us as much notice as possible, so they can be made for you.
Buying for someone else, and don't know when they would like to dine? Gift vouchers are ideal for Christmas, birthdays, anniversaries, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, wedding gifts and other special occasions.
Often, customers are unsure of what is included in an afternoon tea or will use the wrong name, as each one has a different meaning. We thought we would help to clear things up:
Traditional afternoon tea consists of a selection of dainty finger sandwiches and is served alongside a scone or two with clotted cream and jam, plus a variety of cakes and sometimes sweet pastries.
It is believed high tea came from the fact that it was eaten at a table, usually by the upper classes, rather than comfortable chairs or sofas. These days, high tea is often a traditional afternoon tea served with prosecco or champagne, sometimes known as a sparkling afternoon tea. Also, it is more likely to be served with more savoury items such as mini pies, cheese and meats, or crackers.
The name originates from Devon and Cornwall, and the name has stuck. It is merely a scone or two served with a fresh pot of tea. All you need to decide is if you are going to put the jam or clotted cream on first? Those in Devon typically spread the clotted cream first followed by jam, the Cornish tradition is to spread jam first followed by the cream.
Our popular birthday, bridal and baby shower packages are very on-trend. You can choose to celebrate in the restaurant or in a private room. For larger groups, the afternoon tea may be served buffet style, but it will bring a level of elegance and sophistication to your event.
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