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Dolphin Square launches ‘Afternoon Tea on the Garden Terrace’

In celebration of the glorious weather, Dolphin Square is delighted to launch ‘Afternoon Tea on the Garden Terrace’.

Dolphin Square afternoon tea

As of Saturday 26th July and every subsequent Saturday until the end of August, afternoon tea will be served on the terrace between the hours of 2pm and 6pm.

Afternoon Tea on the garden terrace

A selection of elegant finger sandwiches will be served with freshly baked fruit scones, accompanied by preserves and Cornish clotted cream.  All enjoyed with a pot of tea of your choice or filter coffee along with mini-macaroons, chocolate lollipops and meringues.

Make your afternoon tea especially decadent with a glass of Piper-Heidsick Champagne or an Elderflower and Blackcurrant Pimms Cocktail.  Please note, booking is essential and should be made at least one day in advance.

The Gardens Afternoon tea is £21.00 per person and the Gardens Afternoon tea with Champagne is £28.00 person.  For reservations please contact the food and beverage team on 0207 798 8699 or email dbg@nulldolphinsquare.co.uk

Afternoon Tea at Dolphin Square

The Gardens were first designed in 1937 by Richard Sudell, President of the institute of Landscape Architects.  Much of the original design still exists, in particular the two far lawns flanked by an avenue of Chestnut trees and the terrace you are seated on leads up to the sunny Moroccan gardens.   Smaller gardens in the recesses of each apartment block initially had themes relating to different countries within the British Empire, some of which still exists today.  Our current head gardener, Michael Deville has created a more sustainable English Cottage style garden that is bee and bird friendly as well as a herb garden that is used by our kitchen and residents.  Look out for our grape vines and fruit trees and enjoy the relaxing oasis in the heard of Dolphin Square.

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