A Delicious Array of Sweet Delights is on the Menu at Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney

Hotels & Resorts, Restaurants & Bars

Executive Chef Oswin Ribeiro and his delightful team of pastry chefs have been working hard over the last few months to invent a new style of high tea dining at the Bistro Fax Restaurant & Bar, which is home to the five star boutique style Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney, located in the heart of the city.

Oswin and his team recently won Silver in the 2011 Australia Dilmah High Tea Challenge which inspired them to become even more creative with their high tea offering in the hotel.

“Our afternoon tea strives to recreate some of those classical choices of finger foods, the cucumber sandwich, roast beef and cress, curry puffs, strawberry swiss rolls, lemon tarts, the classical scones with preserves and clotted cream and fruit tarts” says executive chef, Oswin Ribeiro.

The new high tea menu is a light creation to keep you going until the evening or entertaining a client. It is a perfect way to spend invaluable time with a friend, saying thank you to Mum, or simply a gorgeous excuse for catching up with friends, whilst sipping on a hot cuppa during the cold winter days, or if you prefer a glass of bubbly.

So come and satisfy your sweet tooth with delicious chocolate cakes, delectable sandwiches, scones and many other treats and try the new menu. Prices start from $40 per person.

Bistro Fax High Tea is available daily, from10am-6pm.

Bookings:             (02) 8214 0400


27 O’Connell Street, Sydney.

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