Jubilee Weekend At Colonel Saab
Jubilee Weekend At Colonel Saab Indian Restaurant Covent Garden
This special extended bank holiday weekend will provide an opportunity for communities and people throughout the United Kingdom to come together to mark this historic record.
Earlier this year Her Majesty The Queen became the first British monarch to reach the milestone of 70 years on the throne as head of state of the United Kingdom.
Jubilee Afternoon Tea Covent Garden
To celebrate this unprecedented anniversary, events and initiatives will be taking place throughout the year, culminating in a four-day bank holiday weekend from Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th June.
The planned proceedings are set to include public events and community activities, as well as national moments of reflection on the Queen's 70 years of service.
At Colonel Saab, we will be hosting guests that have come from far and wide for the Jubilee, and what better way to mark it than to offer our very own twist on afternoon tea!
Afternoon High Tea Restaurant Covent Garden
Try our unique, Indian and British fusion Afternoon High Tea.
We are in a stylish setting between Covent Garden and Bloomsbury, the perfect spot for a lavish afternoon tea. You could also give it an extra special touch with our Champagne option? The three-tiered feast includes: A selection of finger dhokla sandwiches with coriander and mint chutney, Onion Bhajia sprinkled with pickle chaat masala, Fresh raisin scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam, Homemade coconut & Earl Grey cookies, Saffron & Rose Shrikhand macarons and a Selection of tea cakes. Diners can opt for one of three afternoon tea options, starting from £25 per head - a tea and coffee option, a bubbly option or the Three C High Tea (Chai, Charlie and Champagne) afternoon tea, including a variety of excellent chai and three of Taittinger's most popular champagnes - Brut, Rose and Nocturne.
While you dine, enjoy the ambience of our artwork, collected from all around India, as well as the royal crystals showcased in glass cabinets. Taste an array of delicious and varied regional food inspired by traditional Indian local lunches in the tents of Rajasthan or British inspired Indian breakfasts from the Officers Mess.
All memoirs are taken from the founder Roopart Choudharys family travels.