Nestled in the heart of Marylebone, British Reform Social and Grill launches a high tea like you’ve never seen before. With an aim to bring back the tradition, the quintessentially English venue embraces the British ritual but with a naughty or nice twist.
Whether you’re feeling angelic and your January detox is going perfectly or Dry-anuary is turning slowly turning into a Gin-anuary, you’ll find something for you on the completely relaunched menu.
On the ‘nice’ side of things there are classic bastions of tea time including Yorkshire Tea and a Lady Grey accompanied by the staples of jaffa cakes, fig rolls and the rich tea biscuit.
Or alternatively go ‘naughty’ and enjoy the venue’s tea inspired cocktails. The Gunfire including dark rum, maple syrup and a hint of ginger bitter with Hisbicus tea and orange zest. Or alternatively go full blown bunting with a teacup of Gin and Pimms no1, Spices, Lemon Zest and an injection of Earl Grey Tea. All accompanied with a selection of jammy dodgers, ginger nuts and garibaldi biscuits.
More tea vicar? Yes please.
The alternative menus range from £6.50 to £8.50 per head.