the blog is getting back on track after all the loses and changes so now i'm focus in put more travel and places tips.
Recently, one of my good friend invite me to go to a afternoon high tea in one specialized tea hose here in Toronto. For those who don't know, Canada has a British and French colonization so yes we do have some English Traditions.
Ok, I never been to a afternoon tea house before, but i already read about and I always had the curiosity to go in one. Our choice was the T-Buds Tea House in midtown Toronto. It's a small, cute and cozy place that take clients by reservation, that means that you can't just go there and have your tea, is quite small so better secure the reservation before go.
Our entreé was a mini spinach and paper quiche with a caprice salad and of course a full tea for each. I choose the house tea (green based) with honey.
For main was the 3 layers stand with a selection of mini sandwiches (turkey, tuna, egg salad, salmon), delicious scones with jam and mascarpone and mini fruit salads and the last one was the desserts, that by the way were amazing, OMG those macaroons were the best ones that I had here so far.
Of course they have other options like chocolate afternoon tea and crapes, but we decide to go for the traditional since none of us had try this before, but is actually a choice for every person.
The price for the unique experience was quite fair, is not really expensive but is not the cheapest one, count that this is considering one of the best Tea Houses in Toronto.
was around $21,00 per person and we went during the week, so is cheaper.
To finalize, the server offer us a great sparkling refresh Tea that was great, I already use sparkling water for ice tea, but this one was a peach flavour that for the hot day was the perfect fit.
I loved the experience and for sure want to try other places, maybe in England one day to see the difference, but was a great experience that I recommend.
the place is really busy, so make sure if you want to check this out, make a reservation first, really worth it the experience, is really different and sophisticated.
Location: 3343 Yonge St.
Source: Travel Culture