by jennifer on March 11th, 2015
Surprise your mother with lunch, dinner or Afternoon Tea at somewhere special that happily serves Canton Tea. Advance booking is recommended.
CARRI (Business Development)
Old Parsonage Hotel (Oxford)
A traditional afternoon tea in the heart of Oxford. Home-made scones, jam & clotted cream, freshly prepared sandwiches and cakes, roaring fires, plenty of atmosphere and lashings of Canton Tea.
JAMES (Finance Director)
Hotel Café Royal (London)
The Oscar Wilde Lounge at Café Royal is a gorgeous, opulent room where Oscar and his coterie met daily. Also described as ‘decadent and quintessentially English’ it’s a perfect destination for Afternoon Tea, where the well thought out menu delivers first savoury delicacies such as wild boar, crackling, pickled apple and caraway bun, then the spectacular sweet treats – and traditional scones – and cake.
LOUISE (Marketing Communications)
River Cottage Canteen (Bristol)
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s Canteens around the SW are lively and welcoming, serving fantastic locally-sourced food and drink. We are incredibly proud to be Bristol Canteen’s Supplier of the Month in April.
The Chesterfield Hotel, Mayfair (London)
It was the team here that inspired us to create the Canton Chocolate Tea and it’s where Afternoon Tea is taken very seriously. Impeccable service and Canton Tea served beautifully with traditional cakes, savouries and scones.
Orwells (Henley on Thames)
At Shiplake Row outside Henley on Thames, this converted 18th C pub, the young Chef Owners have an imaginative, seasonal, locally-sourced menu (producing many of the ingredients themselves). They won 3 stars at the Sustainable Restaurant Awards – a massive achievement and one of many awards they have racked up for their superb food.
The Stafford (London)
A beautifully delivered Afternoon Tea in this quietly elegant, historic 5 star hotel beside Green Park. Passionate about tea (Canton Tea) and attentive service makes this an incredibly relaxing place to be indulged. Described as ‘a haven of calm’ it is a great destination to unwind with or without your mother.
SOPHIE (Customer Relations)
Rick Stein (South West)
Hard to beat for fabulous fish, book a table at one of Rick Stein’s many wonderful restaurants around the South West.
Rock Salt (Plymouth)
Described as ‘A hidden gem’ this all day café/brasserie has freshly baked cakes and a locally-sourced menu. Perfect for an informal breakfast, lunch or dinner.
The Waterside Inn (Bray)
For a special and memorable dining experience, book a table at the three Michelin star restaurant of chef-patron Alain Roux. No other British restaurant has held this honour for so long. A beautiful setting with a huge picture window over the river Thames, the unashamedly French cuisine is deliciously decadent from one of the best chefs in the world.
Hotel Endsleigh (Devon)
Alex Polizzi’s stunning hotel deep in the Devon countryside has a superb restaurant. For Mother’s Day they have created a special Sunday lunch menu.