As the first chilly winds of winter blow in, what could more comforting than a warming afternoon feast. The newest addition to the menu is a deliciously cosy team time experience in a decor created by Jacques Garcia.
The Principality has a multitude of places in which to take tea. Here is a small selection for you to try!
Cosy team time at the Hôtel Métropole
At the Lobby Bar, in a delightful setting designed by Jacques Garcia, settle onto the soft seats and savour the finest afternoon tea, served at the Hôtel Métropole every day between 3 pm and 6 pm.
Christophe Cussac and his Pastry Chef Patrick Mesiano propose an assortment of sweet and savoury treats accompanied by a selection of teas, coffess, or hot chocolate. For a more festive experience, why not add a glass of champagne?
Chic tea time at the Hôtel Hermitage
The gentle fragrance of tea, cakes, and freshly baked scones wafts through the Mezzanine Eiffel at the Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo and invites you to a truly sublime afternoon tea experience.
From 15 October 2022 to 2 April 2023, every Saturday and Sunday from 3 pm to 6 pm, a variety of the finest tea menus is served.
"Mad’Afternoon" at the Mada One
At the One Monte-Carlo you will find the Mada One, with its menu created by the double Michelin-starred chef Marcel Ravin, including a sumptuous afternoon tea including scones, cakes, and hot chocolate. For that little extra dash of refinement, enliven your experience with a glass of bubbly. A moment of luxurious calm in the bustling Monte-Carlo district.
Luxurious tea time at the Bar Américain of the Hôtel de Paris
The unique setting and jazzy 20s atmosphere are unmistakable. This could only by the famous Bar Américain at the Hôtel de Paris. A place that invites you to settle down in a comfortable leather armchair as you savour succulent home-made pastries, accompanied by a selection of teas from around the world, including the establishment's signature “Hôtel de Paris tea”.
Italian-style tea time at the Pasticceria Cova
Opt for tea at one of the Cova patisserie outlets, by the seaside at the Palais de la Plage,
or in the heart of the iconic Monte-Carlo district, on Boulevard des Moulins. The establishment serves a wide selection of teas, from the classics to the more exotic, along with a variety of fragrant infusions. Accompany your chosen beverage with some of the cakes and biscuits for which Cova has become famous around the world, in a warm, welcoming, and typically Italian setting.
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