Spice Tea: High Chai Indian Afternoon Tea for Two at the LaLit London Hotel

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Spice Tea: High Chai Indian Afternoon Tea for Two at the LaLit London Hotel

London Bridge, London

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“Their exotic menu strikes the perfect balance between Indian luxury and British tradition” London Bridge Revealed

Why we love it

The awe-inspiring splendour of huge, hand-crafted cobalt-blue chandeliers gives this former grammar school hall a regal touch of the exotic. Based on the street food of India, the High Chai Indian Afternoon Tea is arty, playful and fun. Enjoy such delicacies as quail’s scotch eggs dotted with black mustard seeds, feather-light samosas, and bowls of bhel puri studded with pomegranate seeds.

What's Included?

  • Sit down to a novel Indian afternoon tea for two inspired by authentic Indian culture and cuisine at Baluchi inside The Lalit London
  • Enjoy specially prepared, traditional chai tea
  • Savour a unique selection of impeccably executed Indian savoury and sweet treats, including scones with saffron
  • Finish off with a Masala lassi for a burst of energy, perfectly complementing spice-infused Indian food

Description

The LaLit London hotel is housed in a magnificent, 180-year old baroque, grade II listed Victorian building, once the prestigious St Olave’s Grammar School for boys, a stone’s throw away from Tower Bridge. The art, décor and cuisine combine Indian culture with a quintessentially British charm.

The most captivating room is the Baluchi restaurant, where you are seated for your afternoon tea. The walls are sheathed in royal blue paint, and Hyderabad-style chandeliers made from sapphire-tinted glass hang from the vaulted roof. The atmosphere is rich and warm with a sense of history: original stone fireplaces with blazing displays of red anthuriums; mullioned windows and wood-clad walls, all of which make for a majestic yet intimate setting.

You are brought traditional chai tea, brewed by the chef with boiling tea leaves in milk with cardamom, star anise and cinnamon. It’s a strong tea served first as half a glass, but continuously topped up at your whim. There is also a selection of 12 different tea blends to choose, from Earl Grey to Formosa Oolong and Mango tea.

Following this arrive a variety of mouth-watering Indian snacks, such as Paneer Kathi Roll, Punjabi Samosa, Bhelpuri and Bangla Scotch Egg. There is also a range of dishes to suit a vegetarian palate and scones with saffron, as well as Gajar Halwa (Indian carrot fudge), Boondi Laddoo (spiced sweet) and a Masala Lassi (an energy drink made with buttermilk and green spices). Seen through the lens of India, It’s an Indian afternoon tea full of adventurous delight, and very much unprecedented in the heart of London.

Description

The LaLit London hotel is housed in a magnificent, 180-year old baroque, grade II listed Victorian building, once the prestigious St Olave’s Grammar School for boys, a stone’s throw away from Tower Bridge. The art, décor and cuisine combine Indian culture with a quintessentially British charm.

The most captivating room is the Baluchi restaurant, where you are seated for your afternoon tea. The walls are sheathed in royal blue paint, and Hyderabad-style chandeliers made from sapphire-tinted glass hang from the vaulted roof. The atmosphere is rich and warm with a sense of history: original stone fireplaces with blazing displays of red anthuriums; mullioned windows and wood-clad walls, all of which make for a majestic yet intimate setting.

You are brought traditional chai tea, brewed by the chef with boiling tea leaves in milk with cardamom, star anise and cinnamon. It’s a strong tea served first as half a glass, but continuously topped up at your whim. There is also a selection of 12 different tea blends to choose, from Earl Grey to Formosa Oolong and Mango tea.

Following this arrive a variety of mouth-watering Indian snacks, such as Paneer Kathi Roll, Punjabi Samosa, Bhelpuri and Bangla Scotch Egg. There is also a range of dishes to suit a vegetarian palate and scones with saffron, as well as Gajar Halwa (Indian carrot fudge), Boondi Laddoo (spiced sweet) and a Masala Lassi (an energy drink made with buttermilk and green spices). Seen through the lens of India, It’s an Indian afternoon tea full of adventurous delight, and very much unprecedented in the heart of London.

Additional Information

This experience is valid for redemption within six months from the date of issue.

Lalit High Chai afternoon tea is served daily from 2pm to 4pm.

A discretionary service charge of 12.5% will be added to the total bill.

All dietary requests can be accommodated. 24 hours’ notice preferred, but this is not mandatory.

All bookings are subject to availability. We recommend booking at least two weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

Additional Information

This experience is valid for redemption within six months from the date of issue.

Lalit High Chai afternoon tea is served daily from 2pm to 4pm.

A discretionary service charge of 12.5% will be added to the total bill.

All dietary requests can be accommodated. 24 hours’ notice preferred, but this is not mandatory.

All bookings are subject to availability. We recommend booking at least two weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

What's Included?

  • Sit down to a novel Indian afternoon tea for two inspired by authentic Indian culture and cuisine at Baluchi inside The Lalit London
  • Enjoy specially prepared, traditional chai tea
  • Savour a unique selection of impeccably executed Indian savoury and sweet treats, including scones with saffron
  • Finish off with a Masala lassi for a burst of energy, perfectly complementing spice-infused Indian food

Why we love it

The awe-inspiring splendour of huge, hand-crafted cobalt-blue chandeliers gives this former grammar school hall a regal touch of the exotic. Based on the street food of India, the High Chai Indian Afternoon Tea is arty, playful and fun. Enjoy such delicacies as quail’s scotch eggs dotted with black mustard seeds, feather-light samosas, and bowls of bhel puri studded with pomegranate seeds. Read full description

Description

The LaLit London hotel is housed in a magnificent, 180-year old baroque, grade II listed Victorian building, once the prestigious St Olave’s Grammar School for boys, a stone’s throw away from Tower Bridge. The art, décor and cuisine combine Indian culture with a quintessentially British charm.

The most captivating room is the Baluchi restaurant, where you are seated for your afternoon tea. The walls are sheathed in royal blue paint, and Hyderabad-style chandeliers made from sapphire-tinted glass hang from the vaulted roof. The atmosphere is rich and warm with a sense of history: original stone fireplaces with blazing displays of red anthuriums; mullioned windows and wood-clad walls, all of which make for a majestic yet intimate setting.

You are brought traditional chai tea, brewed by the chef with boiling tea leaves in milk with cardamom, star anise and cinnamon. It’s a strong tea served first as half a glass, but continuously topped up at your whim. There is also a selection of 12 different tea blends to choose, from Earl Grey to Formosa Oolong and Mango tea.

Following this arrive a variety of mouth-watering Indian snacks, such as Paneer Kathi Roll, Punjabi Samosa, Bhelpuri and Bangla Scotch Egg. There is also a range of dishes to suit a vegetarian palate and scones with saffron, as well as Gajar Halwa (Indian carrot fudge), Boondi Laddoo (spiced sweet) and a Masala Lassi (an energy drink made with buttermilk and green spices). Seen through the lens of India, It’s an Indian afternoon tea full of adventurous delight, and very much unprecedented in the heart of London.

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Description

The LaLit London hotel is housed in a magnificent, 180-year old baroque, grade II listed Victorian building, once the prestigious St Olave’s Grammar School for boys, a stone’s throw away from Tower Bridge. The art, décor and cuisine combine Indian culture with a quintessentially British charm.

The most captivating room is the Baluchi restaurant, where you are seated for your afternoon tea. The walls are sheathed in royal blue paint, and Hyderabad-style chandeliers made from sapphire-tinted glass hang from the vaulted roof. The atmosphere is rich and warm with a sense of history: original stone fireplaces with blazing displays of red anthuriums; mullioned windows and wood-clad walls, all of which make for a majestic yet intimate setting.

You are brought traditional chai tea, brewed by the chef with boiling tea leaves in milk with cardamom, star anise and cinnamon. It’s a strong tea served first as half a glass, but continuously topped up at your whim. There is also a selection of 12 different tea blends to choose, from Earl Grey to Formosa Oolong and Mango tea.

Following this arrive a variety of mouth-watering Indian snacks, such as Paneer Kathi Roll, Punjabi Samosa, Bhelpuri and Bangla Scotch Egg. There is also a range of dishes to suit a vegetarian palate and scones with saffron, as well as Gajar Halwa (Indian carrot fudge), Boondi Laddoo (spiced sweet) and a Masala Lassi (an energy drink made with buttermilk and green spices). Seen through the lens of India, It’s an Indian afternoon tea full of adventurous delight, and very much unprecedented in the heart of London.

Opening Times

High Chai is served daily from 2pm to 4pm

Additional Information

This experience is valid for redemption within six months from the date of issue.

Lalit High Chai afternoon tea is served daily from 2pm to 4pm.

A discretionary service charge of 12.5% will be added to the total bill.

All dietary requests can be accommodated. 24 hours’ notice preferred, but this is not mandatory.

All bookings are subject to availability. We recommend booking at least two weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

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Spice Tea: High Chai Indian Afternoon Tea for Two at the LaLit London Hotel

  • Add an extra guest +
    £47