Served from 12.00pm to 5.00pm each day in the hotel's Palm Court Lounge, this very elegant high tea includes French champagne, homemade pastries and tea cakes as well as a decadent selection of savoury items.
During the week, this swish hotel serves a traditional high tea on a 3 tiered stand. However on the weekend they only serve a high tea buffet - which is perfect for those who love to over indulge. Tea is by Dilmah, coffee by Vittoria and hot chocolates by Lindt. You can also choose to upgrade to a sparkling high tea if you would prefer.
Address: 161 Elizabeth Street, Sydney
Cost: From $59.00
Bookings: 02 9286 6000 or online
Another stunning 5 star hotel that serves a traditional high tea during the week and then moves to a buffet high tea on weekends. Served in The Cortile at the centre of the hotel, this stunning space with its high atrium is the perfect spot to sit back and enjoy a delectable high tea.
Address: 117 Macquarie St, Sydney
Cost: From $60.00
Bookings: 02 9240 1396 or online
Famous for hosting themed high teas (eg. Beauty and the Beast Tea), the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth know how to do a high tea in style. And if you can't stomach 3 tiers of deliciousness, you can partake in their "Le Gouter" French inspired mini afternoon tea instead.
Address: 61 - 101 Phillip St, Sydney
Cost: From $25.00
Bookings: 02 9228 9188 or online
Served in the Lobby Lounge, this great value high tea is full of wonderful creations by their star Executive Pastry Chef, Anna Polyviou. Bookings are essential and the high tea is served every day from 11.30am - 5.00pm with or without bubbles.
Address: 176 Cumberland St, The Rocks
Cost: From $45.00
Bookings: 02 9250 6000 or online
Feast on chocolate flavoured sweet treats as well as a tasty selection of savoury bites. A glass of Australian sparkles and your choice of Dilmah Tea accommpanys this well priced high tea. High tea is only served Friday to Sunday.
Address: 150 Day St, Darling Harbour
Cost: From $45.00
Booking: 9260 2945 or online
Escape down the rabbit hole with your besties whilst enjoying a whimsical high tea at this classy hotel. High tea is served daily from 12.00pm - 6.00pm and is best enjoyed with a glass of fizz or even a signature cocktail of course!
Address: 1 Martin Place, Sydney
Cost: From $49.00
Bookings: 02 8223 1197 or online
High Tea is served 7 days a week from 10am in the beautiful tearooms on the top floor of the QVB. So it's a great idea to combine a shopping trip with a spot of high tea. And the good news is they do an absolutely delightful gluten free high tea too!
Address: 455 George St, Sydney
Cost: From $50.00
Bookings: 02 9283 7279 or online
This is an ideal venue to rest your weary feet after a shopping expedition to the city. Centrally located in the middle of the Westfield Shopping Centre they serve high tea every day from 10am - 5.00pm. But make sure you book ahead as they are super busy all the time.
Address: Lvl 4 Westfield, Pitt St Mall Sydney
Cost: From $45.00
Bookings: 02 9233 2231 or online
A new comer to the high tea scene in the city, this very pretty cafe takes presentation of their sweet treats to a whole new level! High tea is only served Monday - Wednesday from 2.00pm - 6.00pm and must be booked in advance. Make sure you have one of their 3D coffees whilst you are there as well.
Address: Lvl 9, Regent Place 501 George St, Sydney
Cost: Call for pricing
Bookings: 0411 219 338
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