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The Westin Melbourne is one of Melbourne's most luxurious hotels, and so naturally you would expect to eat well, and that you will with a seasonal Festive High Tea.
Enjoy High Tea classics such as gorgeous little scones with jam and cream, finger sandwiches on an assortment of breads, along with handcrafted sweet and savoury treats.
Festive High Tea at The Westin Melbourne
Delicacies include intricately decorated gingerbread snowflakes, turkey, cranberry, chestnut & sage finger sandwiches, bite sized asparagus, mushrooms, truffle & feta quiches, and coconut meringue with lemon & vanilla mousseline, just to name a few. Vegetarian options available; notify at the time of booking.
High Teas are served with top ups of your chosen Jing teas, a Vittoria coffee, hot chocolate or a glass of bubbles if you wish.
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High Teas at The Westin Melbourne are served on three tier stands, perfectly presented, with sweet little extras such as edible flowers. Every bite is a delight, filled with interesting flavours and textures.
Hot beverages are served in Vittoria Coffee's elegant branded crockery, otherwise Jing teas are served in clear teapots.
Branded Vittoria Coffee crockery
Festive High Teas are served from the start of December until the end. Book in now and treat yourselves this Christmas, your loved ones will thank you for it and so will your tastebuds!
When: 1 - 31 December 2016. From 11am to 4pm
Phone: 9635 2222
Website:www.westinmelbourne.com/festiveseason Where: The Westin Melbourne, 205 Collins St, Melbourne
Cost: From $49 Adult, $30 Child
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