60 Hope Street is situated amongst the beauty of the Georgian Quarter in Liverpool, a 15 minute walk from Lime Street Station. Known for it’s mesmerising door, the restaurant caters for a number of parties.
As part of the Mr’s birthday present, I arranged for us to have afternoon tea at 60 Hope Street towards the end of November.
We were seated in the downstairs bistro area, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of other guests enjoying their afternoon. We ordered a pot of tea to share and within a short matter of time, our selection of goodies had arrived.
The afternoon tea is made up of three tiers in which you start from the bottom and work your way up. The bottom tier consists of five sandwiches; ham, cucumber, salmon, egg and coronation chicken. The middle tier is of two plain scones accompanied by strawberry jam and clotted cream. The top and final tier consists of three treats; a pistachio macaroon, a blackberry choux bun and a chocolate brownie topped with strawberries.
Overall, the afternoon tea was lovely and exactly what we both needed. It sits at the price of £16.95 and is available between 12-4pm.
So whether it’s a spare of the moment decision or an afternoon to look forward to in the upcoming months, I highly recommend 60 Hope Street.