Toronto Afternoon Tea Places

在温哥华维多利亚岛的时候,
有试过 The Fairmont Empress 的下午茶, 超赞! 三层的小点心, 还有一老头坐在餐厅里陶醉的弹钢琴。茶也很好喝, 当时2月份, 外边阴雨蒙蒙, 坐在古典的餐厅里享受美味的餐点,超棒!
坐得我都不想走了, 在那里泡了整整一个下午。
回到多伦多以后,再也没有过过这种悠闲得日子, 每天忙的混天黑地。
头晕脑涨, 本来以为毕业了可以好好休息一下,结果毕展才结束布道一个星期有三天晚忙到不能睡觉, @_@

今天突然心血来潮, google了一下多伦多的提供下午茶服务的餐厅

希望有机会去探索一下。

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The Fairmont Royal York

(100 Front St. W., 416-860-6949), and
the setting for tea daily from 2:30 to 4 p.m.

The Royal Tea Stand ($25)
includes a berry cocktail with whipped cream, Grand Marnier buttered
crumpet with honey, the chef’s daily selection of finger sandwiches and
pastries, and cranberry and raisin scones. The tea selection gets a
Canadian-flavour infusion with maple tea, a sweet, velvety brew with
caramel notes and natural flavours. Tea and food pairings change
seasonally.
http://www.fairmont.com/royalyork/GuestServices/Restaurants/AfternoonTea.htm

The Old Mill Inn & Spa
(21 Old Mill Rd., 416-236-2641) has
served afternoon tea since 1914.
Today, patrons of The Terrace
Restaurant overlook the patio gardens and historic mill as they enjoy
the Afternoon Tea Menu ($16.95) on weekdays from 3 to 5 p.m., Saturday
2 to 4 p.m., and Sunday 3:30 to 5 p.m. The dining room maintains the
tradition with finger sandwich fillings like watercress and tomato,
fruit tart, shortbread and scones.
http://www.oldmilltoronto.com/afternoontea.html

Windsor Arms Hotel
(18 St. Thomas St., 416-971-9666) exudes a quiet refinement that makes
it a cozy setting for sittings at 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. daily.

The Full
Tea ($27) brings sandwiches like smoked salmon and salmon caviar with
oven-roasted tomato cream cheese, and warm goat-cheese and
caramelized-shallot tarts. Fresh scones and berries with whipped cream
hardly leave room for the dainty petits fours to follow.
http://www.windsorarmshotel.com/

Le Royal Meridien King Edward
(37 King St. E., 416-863-9700)
serves a royal spread on Fridays through Sundays, from 2:30 to 5:30
p.m.

The King’s Tea ($28) harkens to an era past with mulled plum
compote. Finger delicacies take such forms as flaky croissants filled
with lemon and dill shrimp, and warm French Canadian tourtière. An
array of pastries tempts: chai spiced crème brûlée and cinnamon-scented
Madeleines to name two. A sprinkling of cranberries updates the
requisite scones.


Four Seasons Hotel
(21 Avenue Rd., 416-964-0411). You can take
tea from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m., starting at 1:30 p.m. on weekends, in the
bright atrium of The Lobby Bar. An extensive menu of blends includes
Numi flowering teas—hand-sewn leaves that, when steeped, gently and
beautifully bloom. The Traditional Afternoon Tea ($28) features
sandwich fillings like aged Canadian cheddar with apple and tarragon
slaw. Warm scones come with lemon curd to lavish on, before a pair of
treats from executive pastry chef Federico Fernandez.
http://www.fourseasons.com/toronto/

Red Tea Box
(696 Queen St. W., 416-203-8882), fusion cuisine and
biodynamic teas update the afternoon tea menu with novel, delicious
results.

The draw is four bento boxes ($25 each), enjoyed at small
gatherings of eclectic needlepoint and brocade seats. The Mad Hatter’s
Tea Party bares the closest connection to tradition: miniature scone,
tea cakes, plus filled cucumber cups and sandwiches. The three-tiered
Dessert Bento comes like stacked gifts of blood orange delicacies.
Afternoon tea hours are 2 to 5 p.m. weekdays (closed Tuesday), until 6
p.m. Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday.



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