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Afternoon Tea
at Val's


Our Afternoon Tea

Served on elegantly appointed china.

Food selections will vary day to day. A sample below will give you an idea

of the yumminess you can expect.

Everything is made here in our kitchen - baked fresh each day and with love.

An assortment of finger sandwiches,

such as Chicken Salad, Egg Salad, Cucumber, Smoked Salmon,

Oven Roasted Turkey, and Ham and Cheese.

A warm savoury pastry - the house favourite is our Sausage and Apricot pie

Two warm scones served with butter and jam.

Imported Clotted Cream is available for an additional charge.

A delightful selection of sweets, cakes and tarts, all served in dainty sizes.

 Coconut Macaroons, Caramelized Date Squares, Lemon Meringue Pie,

Pecan Shortbread, and Bakewell Tarts to name a few.

Your choice of tea.

$38 per person (Excluding Tax and Gratuity)

Parties of six or more will have a 20% gratuity added automatically.

Mimosas and Wine served for an additional charge.

Serving Afternoon Tea Thursday- Sunday.

11:30am - 3:30pm


What to expect at an Afternoon Tea at Val's.....

Take your time.  You will be served an array of traditional and home baked English treats that will delight you both visually and by taste. You see, at Val's it's not just about the food, it's also about the experience itself. It's about beautiful fine china teacups and teapots, sugar cubes, delicious teas, refinement and of course delectable savoury and sweet treats.

That's what it is - a TREAT for yourself.


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When did Afternoon Tea become a thing?

The Duchess of Bedford introduced the wonderful idea of Afternoon Tea in 1840. The Duchess would become hungry around 4pm so she often asked for a tray of tea, bread and butter, and cake to be brought to her in the Drawing Room. This became a habit of hers and she soon began asking friends to join her.  A "pause for tea" soon became a fashionable social event. During the 1880s, society women would change into long gowns, gloves and ornate hats for their afternoon tea, which was served between 3pm-5pm.

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