The Grand Pacific in the Queens Hotel have launched a Halloween High Tea menu, complete with spooky cocktails.
From 25 October – 7 November, the Queens Hotel will be treating customers to a high tea with a Halloween twist. Luckily, there will be no tricks, only treats in the shapes of spooky sandwiches, pumpkin smores and more.
This experience promises to be a spooky afternoon out for the entire family throughout half term.
Meat eaters can tuck into a delicious selection of savoury crumpets and smoked salmon potato cakes before snacking on mouthwatering cheesy sandwiches, or opt for a crispy chicken sandwich.
Vegetarians also have a tempting menu to choose from, with tofu sandwiches prepared and avocado potato cakes as a healthy alternative to the savoury version.
Of course, it wouldn’t be an afternoon tea experience without a sweeter selection and the Grand Pacific have got a range of autumnal-themed cakes to choose from.
Pumpkin macaroons, s’mores inspired by the warm embers of a bonfire, cinnamon scones and lemon tarts in spooky shapes are all available in the afternoon tea selection.
The afternoon tea costs from £23 per person, but there are also some haunted Halloween cocktails on offer for an additional price.
If you thought it was impossible for a drink to give you a fright, think again. The bold blue cocktail available over Halloween has a remarkably realistic eyeball sweet hanging from the glass that’s bound to give you goosebumps.
Of course, all of your favourite boozy beverages will be available from the bar, along with classics like the ‘Posh Colada’, made from Pineapple-Infused Rum & Coconut Ice Ball, and ‘The Grand Pacific G&T’ with Lychee & Lemongrass Infused Gin, Aperol, Yuzu Sake, Rose Water & Tonic.
For more information, visit the Queens Hotel website or pop into the Grand Pacific next time you’re passing through the city centre.
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