Saturday, 11 October 2014

Gore Hotel

What: Afternoon Tea

Where: South Kensington, London

Value: £24pp

Food Review: On offer were a selection of 5 teas, no coffee or hot chocolate. The tea range was a bit minimal and could have been done with more choice. The sandwichs were soft and tasty, but did not stand out. The cakes were the star of the show, starting with the chocolate cake pops and ending with the lightly buttered pastry cases of the fruit tartlets. The scones were accompanied with exquisite clotted cream and sticky jam.

Settings Review: Settled in kensington among the embassies,the hotel is located. Upon entrance in the dining room you are surround by stunning beauty and elegance. It has a victorian british interior which oozes eleagance. There is not much seating which is normal nit a good thing, but here, it works. It allows the diners a more intimate experience with thier guests.

Positives: quirky cakes, beautiful surroundings with charm

Negatives: be aware of extra add-ons

3 words: quirky, charming, pretty

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