BBC Good Food, Harrods Afternoon Tea & Tour
Event starts at 12pm.
The epitome of elegant dining, Harrods' flagship Georgian Restaurant is as much of an institution as the Knightsbridge store itself.
Open since 1911, it was named after the then newly crowned King George V. The Georgian soon became a popular destination for member of high society to enjoy a spot of mid-afternoon tea before promenading Hyde Park.
Today, The Georgian has collaborated with bespoke interior designer, Christopher Guy Harrison, who has utilised skill and craftsmanship to give the inherently iconic restaurant a fresh new look. Seeking inspiration from the elegance of the art-deco 1920s and 1930s, the room fuses modernism and classicism to create the perfect environment for guests.
Standing as London's finest destination for afternoon tea, readers can experience the epitome of elegant dining and classic English fare with The Harrods Champagne Afternoon Tea.
The tea offers guests a refreshing flute of Harrods Rosé Champagne and a selection of finger sandwiches. These are served alongside colorful array of freshly-prepared tea pastries from our patisserie, all lovingly crafted by Harrods in-house Chefs - as well as warm home-baked scones served with clotted cream, strawberry jam, rose-petal jelly and homemade lemon curd. This is complimented with a Harrods triffle and your choice of Harrods' fine tea.
Following this, readers will have an exclusive behind the scenes tour of the Georgian Kitchens and get a chance to meet the Chefs - as well as getting a look around the newly opened "Roastery and Bake Hall", the first phase of Harrods historic Taste Revolution project which will see all of the Food Halls transformed into the greatest food emporium in the world.