CALL & COLLECT AFTERNOON TEA

AFTERNOON TEA

In line with Irish Government restrictions, The Panorama Bistro & Terrace is closed for non-residents until June.

The Panorama Bistro will open daily for breakfast 07:30 to 09:30 and dinner 18:00 to 21:00 for the residents travelling for essential and compassionate purposes only.

Enjoy Call & Collect Afternoon Tea from the comfort of your own home, available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 

CALL & COLLECT AFTERNOON TEA

If you have a special occasion coming up or want to treat loved ones and support local producers, Pure Cork Afternoon Tea is a perfect choice.

We are delighted to offer another way to enjoy Afternoon Tea, this time from the comfort of your home. 

Our Call and Collect Afternoon Tea menu was designed to lavishly treat two people, featuring sweet and savoury treats and an elegant dessert selection curated by our Executive Chef Tabrez Shaikh. Afternoon Tea is placed on a beautiful three-tiered carryout box, priced at €55 per stand including takeaway tea and coffee.

Afternoon Tea is vailable every Friday, Saturday and Sunday with collections from 12:00 to 15:00. 

You can ORDER ONLINE  or call us on 021 453 0050to place your order and collect safely from the front door of the hotel. 

BOTANICAL AFTERNOON TEA

To celebrate May Bank Holiday weekend and the May Day, we have taken inspiration from our Victorian Gardens and the herbs we grow, to create a Botanical Afternoon Tea Menu. 

A great way to treat yourself, family, or friends from the comfort of your home as we finally welcome back the summer!

Botanical Afternoon Tea is available over the May Bank Holiday weekend, on Friday 30th of April, Saturday 1st, Sunday 2nd and Monday 3rd of May with collections from 12:00 to 15:00 daily.

Read more about the Botanical Afternoon Tea in our blog.

You can ORDER ONLINE or call us directly on 021 453 0050 to place your order. 

AFTERNOON TEA

Indulge in Pure Cork Afternoon Tea Menu created to support local producers and give you a taste of the best produce in Cork.

The menu features savoury treats such as Heirloom Tomato & Toonsbridge Mozzarella Ciabatta or Ballyhoura Apple & Clonakilty Black Pudding Bruschetta.

The middle tier consists of Berthas Revenge Sloe Gin Scones and Fruit Hill Farm Carrot & Pineapple Cake.

The final tier is an elegant desert selection featuring Midleton Very Rare Whiskey Fudge, Kinsale Red Berry Mead Panna Cotta and Beamish & White Chocolate Mousse to name a few. View full menu.

Priced at €32 per person, Afternoon Tea is served in Panorama Bistro and is available Monday to Saturday from 12:30 to 15:00.

Please note, in line with the current government guidelines, time at the table is 1 hours and 45 minutes.

THE PERFECT GIFT

Make a fuss of your best friend, family or your special someone with the gift of an experience at The Montenotte Hotel. 

Choose from Afternoon Tea for two overlooking Cork city, 50-minute spa treatment followed by two course lunch in the Panorama Bistro & Terrace, or let your loved one decide with a monetary value voucher.

All vouchers are valid for five years, to enjoy when the time is right for you.

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