Dogs Like Afternoon Tea Too

Doggy Afternoon Tea
Doggy Afternoon Tea

Pastry queen, Anna Polyviou, is at it again shaking things up in the luxury hotel high tea world. This time she’s serving an afternoon tea menu at the Langham Sydney designed exclusively for our puppers.

Historically, the Langham chain launched its afternoon tea in 1865 in London. That same year guests to the Langham could also stay with their domestic pets in their room. So while there is a long tradition of the Langham and pets, we doubt very much the original pet menu was as pampering as what’s on offer in Anna’s new menu.

Anna says “I wanted to create a menu that looked and tasted as good for doggies as it would for humans. Dogs are just as special and deserve to be spoiled”, and that’s exactly what she’s done.

Available in the hotel lobby or as an add-on to the Pampered Pets Staycation room package the Doggy Afternoon Tea is available from Monday 15th May until Friday 30th June. Lobby places are strictly limited so you’ll need to jump in quick to book your space before they’re all gone.

Doggy Afternoon Tea Menu includes:

Savoury bites:

  • Roast Chicken (Roast chicken, herb yoghurt, cucumber wrap)
  • Salmon (Charred salmon, sticky white rice)
  • Raw (Steak tartare, egg yolk, micro herb salad)

Sweet bites:

  • Langham bone cookie
  • Carrot (Carrot and apple cake, honey, cream cheese)
  • Fruit salad (Mixed seasonal fruit with peanut butter)


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Langham Hotel Sydney:

89-113 Kent Street, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia


Available from Monday 15th May to Friday 30th June.
Three seatings per day: 11am, 1pm and 3pm.


From $38 per doggy
From $98 per adult (weekdays) and $108 per adult (weekends) for the traditional Langham Afternoon Tea menu.

Prices are correct at the time of publishing, but subject to change. Please contact the venue for further details.

Melanie Pike

Melanie Pike is one of our Sydney contributors. In her life outside of champagne, tiered cake stands and fine bone china, she’s the Editor of the Fernwood Magazine. After a long week of writing about sugar-free diets and the latest gym sessions to get her readers in shape, she sneaks away to sample the delights of some of the best high tea venues in Sydney. She’s covered from Katoomba to Kiama and almost everywhere in between.

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