A full afternoon tea at the hotel includes freshly prepared finger sandwiches: honey and orange roasted gammon & Hawkshead piccalilli, Appleby Creamery cheddar cheese & sweet pickle, egg & chive mayonnaise, cucumber & crème fraîche with black pepper. Enjoy the great British tradition at this stylish 4 star hotel. Tout au long du brunch, vous pourrez accompagner ces mets gourmands par d’excellents thés (anglais bien sûr), parmi une belle sélection, ou d’un café. But what would Kate and Prince William choose to eat? The Queen, Camilla Parker-Bowles, Meghan Markle and more royals love afternoon tea. She takes afternoon tea every day without fail. Bien évidemment, si l’une des pièces de cette vaisselle vous plait, vous pouvez l’acheter, tout comme le thé ou les scones (proposés à la vente à emporter). Former royal chef Darren McGrady has previously said that the Queen's favourite finger sandwiches are cucumber, egg and smoked salmon – all with the crusts cut off, of course. She introduced the idea to the Queen and it soon gained in popularity and became a very fashionable thing to do – just as it still is today! Vous pourrez ainsi recréer chez vous et partager avec vos amis, cet univers so british mis en scène avec passion chez Afternoon Queens. [The cake is sent to the staff for their afternoon tea.]. Upon first meeting with Her Majesty, one can address her as “Your Majesty” and then “Ma’am”. Sign up for emails from Queens Hotel Cheltenham and receive news on exclusive discounts and special offers on stays at our elegant boutique hotel. Afternoon tea fans will know that it was the Duchess of Bedford that invented afternoon tea, but did you know she was one of the Ladies of the Bedchamber and a lifelong friend of Queen Victoria? The Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke of Cambridge also have a soft spot for the decadent recipe – so much so that Prince William requested it at his royal wedding to Kate Middleton in 2011. Afternoon Queens 19 rue de Turenne 75004 Paris Horaires d’ouverture : mercredi 13h/19h30 jeudi à dimanche 9h/20h. We're not sure about you, but the monarch's famous chocolate biscuit cake is at the top of our list... WATCH: The Queen's favourite foods revealed. À l’image d’Afternoon Queens, une belle table est souvent dressée avec une belle vaisselle dédiée à la dégustation du thé. The Queen supposedly eats all the leftovers of her chocolate biscuit cake, Not forgetting the sweet treats, the 94-year-old loves ginger cake and chocolate biscuit cake, the latter of which even travels with the Queen. "The chocolate biscuit cake is the only cake that goes up to the royal table every day until it has all gone – sometimes this means it following her to Windsor Castle for the weekend," Darren said. When she's not indulging in the rich chocolate cake loved by the Queen, Camilla Parker-Bowles likely enjoys classic British favourites such as smoked salmon, potted shrimp or roast venison sandwiches, all of which were served at her royal wedding to Prince Charles in 2005.