Experience opulence and decadent treats with a High Tea experience in Brisbane or the Gold Coast for Mothers’ Day on Sunday the 12th of May 2019.
Say thank you and celebrate all that mothers do with the perfect High Tea experience in an elegant setting.
Here at High Tea Society we have the task of tasting and enjoying plenty of High Teas during the year, so you could say we know a thing or two about what makes it something special.
Our Mother’s Day Brisbane top picks:
Stamford Plaza Brisbane
his venue with its stunning floral bouquets and drifty sounds from a strings-weilding musical ensemble, inspired by the Peninsula Hotel in Hong Kong, is stunning. The Stamford takes cue from a colonial past and offers a high tea service fit for the Queen. In regards to food, we particularly enjoyed the crispy, non-greasy chicken curry puffs.
Corner of Margaret & Edward Streets, Brisbane
Our review of the high tea at the Stamford Plaza Brisbane
The Treasury Brisbane
High Tea at the Lab is a decadent affair, with a glorious backdrop of old-world elegance; The Treasury Brisbane is an experience to be savoured.
Top of the Queen Street Mall, Brisbane
Our review of high tea at The Treasury Brisbane
Customs House Brisbane
This is one of Brisbane’s most awarded function venues. Customs House is situated in Brisbane’s CBD right on the river. If you’re lucky you’ll get a table overlooking the stunning Story Bridge. What could be more Brisbane than Queensland sand crab? Pair it with sweet ginger dressing in a cucumber cup and there’ll be an explosion of flavours and textures in your mouth. You can wash down the treat with a complimentary mimosa.
399 Queen Street, Brisbane
Our review of the high tea Customs House Brisbane
I couldn’t think of a better way to spend an afternoon than drinking tea and taking in the views of the Brisbane River. As we entered the classic looking timber paddle wheeler we were greeted at every turn by the boat’s lovely staff. While the afternoon got off to a rocky start with my glass, of Grand Region Sparkling Cuvee almost being served to me in a dirty glass things quickly took a turn for the better.
Lower Boardwalk Level, Eagle St Pier, 45 Eagle St, Brisbane
Our review of the high tea on the Kookaburra Brisbane
Bacchus, Rydges Hotel
The glamorous Rydges Hotel in Southbank is ideal for tea lovers. Edibles were also pleasantly surprising. The croissant, which is served with truffle and eggs – a lovely twist on an old favourite.
Corner Grey and Glenelg Streets, South Bank
View our review of the high tea at Bacchus
Room with Roses
Be transported back in time when you take high tea at Brisbane’s Room with Roses. Situated in the iconic heritage listed Brisbane Arcade, this high tea is truly an experience of the senses.
111-117 Adelaide Street, Queen Street Mall, Brisbane
Our review of the high tea at Room with Roses
High tea at the Sofitel Brisbane is a delightful way to spend an afternoon. The atmosphere in the Sofitel Club Lounge is quiet with a touch of luxury – you could easily feel a million miles away.
249 Turbot St, Brisbane, Queensland
Our review of the high tea at the Sofitel Brisbane
Our Mother’s Day Gold Coast top picks:
Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort & Spa
Chapter & Verse at Surfers Paradise Marriott delivers a modern twist on classic High Tea from the breezy lounge bar on the Gold Coast.
158 Ferny Avenue · Surfers Paradise
Our review of the high tea at Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort & Spa
Plazzo Versace Gold Coast
The Palazzo Versace high tea has an offering of magnificent martinis and cocktails, barista made coffee, decadent treats and elegant snacks. Marvel at the sparkling crystal chandelier, bespoke Versace furnishings, and azure Lagoon Pool whilst nibbling on a double smoked ham, jarlsberg cheese and djonnaise sandwich. It only gets better with desserts such as the Cherry Delice Dragonfruit, Pandan with Berry Choux Bun and unique rhubarb and passionfruit jams to accompany fluffy scones.
94 Seaworld Dr, Main Beach QLD
Learn more about the high tea at the Plazzo Versace
QT Hotel Gold Coast
There’s no chance of forgetting where you are with this hotel’s 1950s-inspired beach-club resort feel, and treats that take form of bikini babes. Just a short stroll from Surfers Paradise Beach this high tea offers an exquisite but surprising menu. What appears to be a sweet red macaron (isn’t that always the case?) is actually a tomato one that features tomato consommé gel, cream cheese and basil from QT’s garden. You can also add a little something extra to your experience by sipping on some delicious Champagne Perrier-Jouet.
7 Staghorn Avenue, Surfers Paradise
Our review of the high tea at the QT Hotel Gold Coast