“A Very Victoria” Royal Afternoon Tea

Introducing Venus Sophia’s 

“A Very Victoria” Royal Tea

Victoria Day Long Weekend is around the corner and our creative kitchen team has created a surprise twist on our afternoon tea menu to treat yourself royally. Indulge in a culturally infused authentic treat, just in time for the Victoria Day celebrations. The limited edition menu is available on May 21 & 22 only.

Seatings are available every 15 minutes between 11 am – 5 pm. Reservations are strongly recommended to avoid disappointment, please call us now at 250-590-3953

Eat Like Royal-tea

Did you know Queen Victoria only ate vegetables that were in season? Her daily breakfast menu included a soft boiled egg served in a gold-plated cup and she was a big fan of curry. Have you ever heard of Jam Pennies? These simple delights were Princess Margaret’s go to treat during her childhood. Did you know Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II absolutely loves chocolate cake? Her chef says she is very partial to chocolate, often selecting recipes for her meals that include the decadent ingredient.

…Getting curious? Read more below for details on the Royals’ favourite foods and treats…

An Authentic Menu

We’re recreating some of these Royal foodie pleasures and many more, then incorporating them into our Signature Afternoon Tea in celebration of Victoria Day. The special menu is available only on 21 & 22 May. What are you waiting for? Take time out for a culturally infused tea time only at Venus Sophia. It’s tea time in style!

Have a peek at the detailed menu here.

The Royal Family’s Foodie Pleasures

Fragrant Scones

The delicious orange scented scones with currants served with in our Victoria Day high tea is an adaptation of a traditional recipe from The Orangery at Kensington Palace. The warm, fluffy scones are a tribute to Queen Anne, who built a magnificent glass house to protect her citrus fruits. With a little dollop of Devon-style cream and a sip of Organic Earl Grey loose tea, we think this delightful treat is truly fit for a Queen or a King.

Photo from http://www.orangerykensingtonpalace.co.uk/
Photo from http://www.orangerykensingtonpalace.co.uk/

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