The Table, a Mumbai-style San Francisco inspired wine bar and restaurant, has introduced Champagne High Tea. Afternoon Tea is a favourite break for many people. The day is winding down and you are feeling just that little bit pecky. The Table’s Executive Chef Alex Sanchez has just the right answer, writes Brinda Gill.
“The idea was to bring more to the table than just coffee and tea during the late afternoon/early evening,” he says. What could be better than English High Tea with all the traditional trappings plus a flute of Moët & Chandon Champagne?
A triple-tiered tea tray arrives with warm scones and strawberry jam, lemon curd and cream; a choice of vegetarian and non-vegetarian mini sandwiches filled with Kalamata Olives and Smoked Salmon with Dill Cream; and Chocolate Profiteroles with Vanilla Cream, Almond Financiers, Madeleine Cookies and Fruit Tartlets. All this to feed one or two people at Rs 450, while a larger tray for more people costs Rs 900.
You can top this up with Moët & Chandon Brut Imperial Champagne at Rs 550 a glass. If you prefer a hot beverage to a bubbly you can choose from a range of loose leaf teas. A pot of tea is priced at Rs 110 as are other beverages such as hot chocolate and a choice of coffees. Moët & Chandon Champagne is an integral part of High Tea at The Table
Kalapesi Trust Building
Behind Regal Cinema
Apollo Bunder Marg
Ph: (022) 2282 5000