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[email protected]: Hull’s First Indian Afternoon Tea and High Tea with Tea Butler

Tapasya @ Marina, 2-3 Humber Dock St, Hull HU1 1TB
Following the success of Tapasya at Beverley Road, Hull which provides an Indian fine dining experience, [email protected] has now opened its doors with some unique new ideas.
[email protected] introduces Hull’s first Indian Afternoon Tea and High Tea experience with a dedicated Tea Butler.
Guests taking Afternoon Tea and High Tea will have the opportunity to discover some of the finest and rarest teas from across the world. Afternoon Tea has become the quintessential British experience and [email protected] has created its very own indulgent take on this tradition, which is served on a three-tiered silver stand.
From savoury to sweet, each element of their high tea menu has been given a contemporary twist with an Indian influence. [email protected] have gathered a delightful selection of tea, all unique in flavour and scent. To accompany these brews, they have created a menu of traditional Indian titbits, each designed to enhance your tea drinking experience.
Unique to [email protected] Marina, the “Tea Butler” will ensure guests can sample a range of teas before making a selection when serving the High Tea menu or Afternoon Tea.  The Tea Pairing menu includes; Assam Hazelbank, a favourite of Assam Tea lovers, Ceylon Ratnapura, aromatic and spicy tea grown on the lower elevations of Sri Lanka and Kahwa, a traditional drink made with fine green tea, saffron, cinnamon and ground almonds.
The Tapasya Afternoon Tea experience is a three-tiered fusion of East meets West with a Yorkshire twist and can be enjoyed with Tapasya Masala Tea for £12.50 or with Champagne for £18.50.  Guests can upgrade to some of the finest teas around the world from the Tea Pairing menu for an additional £1.50. Afternoon Tea will be served daily from 12pm-4pm. Afternoon Tea & High Tea Menus
[email protected]’s harbour-side location has a contemporary, elegant and welcoming feel. Complete with their black and white theme in subtle areas throughout the restaurant, including old black and white Bollywood films being projected in the bar and open space restaurant seating with an impressive mezzanine private dining area overlooking the harbour. Guests can also enjoy the ‘Chef’s Table’ viewing the artistry of the Head Chef and his team of experts working in the kitchen.
Tapasya has upheld its reputation for providing Indian cuisine like no other, by building up relationships with local suppliers of the finest Yorkshire produce, prepared with ancestral Indian methods.
Visit [email protected] website to find out more and book to experience it for yourself.
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Written by

Tara Harris


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