Celebrate wedding of year with regal tea on Royal Mile

THE Radisson Hotel on the Royal Mile is set to live up to the name of its location in May by celebrating the wedding of the year with special afternoon teas.

Wednesday, 2nd May 2018, 3:52 pm
Updated Wednesday, 2nd May 2018, 4:00 pm
Celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding with a Royal Afternoon Tea

The Radisson will be serving a regal tea on Saturday 19 May in the hotel’s Epicurean Bar whilst screening the royal wedding live.

Additionally, every day from 12-26 May guests can soak up wedding fever by enjoying a royal wedding inspired afternoon tea with quirky delicacies including chocolate crown jewels and top hat cupcakes.

Other delicacies include top hat cupcakes, a selection of finger sandwiches, homemade scones, carrot and walnut cake and exotic fruit salad.

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On the day of the wedding itself, you can watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot on panoramic TV screens whilst enjoying Epicurean’s delicious cocktails, Mediterranean bar menu and a royal wedding inspired tea served early, from 11am, just for the occasion.

What better way to watch Harry and Meg ‘get wed’ than by sipping on Champagne and indulging on the Capital’s very own Royal Mile.

The afternoon teas will be served daily from 2.30pm to 5pm, from 12-16 May, and from 11am on Saturday 19 May.

Located in the heart of the city, with entrances off both The Royal Mile and George IV Bridge, the Epicurean Bar serves aromatic infusions and colourful cocktails using home-grown flowers and herbs from an EvoGro hydroponic, best known for adoring the country’s top Michelin Star kitchens.

The beautiful shades of the bar’s playful drinks are achieved by combining 100% natural ingredients - the team juice herbs, fruits and vegetables on site to ensure everything is fresh and of the highest quality.

Taking the farm-to-table concept to new heights, the hotel’s rooftop honey bees provide fresh and natural ingredients for the bar’s inventive cocktails.

The Royal Wedding afternoon tea costs £25 including tea and coffee