From £35 .00Per Person
190 Queen's Gate at The Gore has been welcoming guests with understated elegance, the impeccable service of a grand hotel and the familiar intimacy of a London club.
190 Queen's Gate is serving Afternoon Tea inspired by the vibrancy of the Rock 'n' Roll age. The unique offering, designed in partnership with luxury event planners La Fête, draws on the inspiration of legendary artists from the popular music genre including The Rolling Stones, Guns N' Roses, Queen and David Bowie among others.
The Gore has always had a very special connection with rock 'n' roll since 1968, when the Rolling Stones picked the hotel for the launch party of their Beggars Banquet album.
The hotel and the restaurant are located in the heart of London, just a short distance from the Royal Albert Hall.
- Afternoon Tea is served 1pm to 4:00pm every day
- Nearest railway station
- South Kensington, Gloucester Road or High Street Kensington
- Where to sit
- 190 Queen's Gate
- Dress code
- Children of all ages welcome
- No live music
- Take Away
- Outdoor Seating
- Disabled access
- Guide dogs only
- Gluten Free
- Nut Free
- Award Winner
ROCK N' ROLL AFTERNOON TEA
The Woodstock Chipolata hot dog
The 'Popping' Stones Paprika popcorn
An homage to the legendary Rolling Stones and their link to The Gore Hotel
Queens of Noise - Smoked salmon sandwich & chilli and avocado sandwich
Paying tribute to the boundary breaking 1970s all-female band, The Runaways
Goodbye Ziggy - Lightning bolt chocolate cake
Referring to 1973 when David Bowie killed his Ziggy Stardust character in favour of his lightning bolt-sporting Aladdin Sane persona
The Lizard King - 'Pint' of mango and chocolate mousse
An homage to The Doors' frontman Jim Morrison's alter ego and particularly, Bobby Klein's 1967 photograph of Morrison having a beer for breakfast
Whisky A Go Go - Mini madeleine with whiskey ganache and chocolate heart
A tribute to Sunset Boulevard's nightclub of the same name, which has held a key place in rock 'n' roll history since its opening in 1964
Sweet 'Choux' O' Mine - Choux pastry filled with raspberry cream and topped with a chocolate guitarist
Paying homage to Guns N' Roses' 1988 hit track Sweet Child O' Mine
Under Pressure - Sultana scones & vanilla scones
Referring to Queen and David Bowie's iconic pairing on the 1981 hit song
Chef's freshly baked selection of mini cakes, tartelettes.
£35 per person
£45 per person with a glass of Taittinger Champagne
Selection of vintage teas and infusions
English Breakfast Tea
Their English Breakfast Tea is cultivated organically and is a blend of Assam and Sumatran teas which produces a lovely, dark infusion with a malty spiciness
Also known as the 'High Noon' tea, it has a particularly lovely aromatic flowery taste. It is blended with long leaf teas from Darjeeling and Ceylon and is ideal with scones and cakes
One of the most widely drunk teas in the world, this is a blend of Chinese black tea and essential oil of bergamot which creates that beautiful aroma
Chamomile is widely drunk as an aid to calming nerves, and relieving pain in the digestive system. Traditionally it has been known to ease cold and flu symptoms with its flowery citrus flavour
They cannot guarantee the absence of nuts in our dishes. If you require any further information on food allergens, please ask one of our team members. A discretionary service charge of 12.5% will be added to your bill.
190 Queen's Gate at The Gore
190 Queen's Gate at The Gore, SW7 5EX