Birmingham’s first Indian Afternoon Tea at PRAZA Edgbaston
Award winning fine dining Indian restaurant, PRAZA Edgbaston, is serving Birmingham’s first Indian Afternoon Tea this Bank Holiday Weekend (Sunday 29th May and Monday 30th May) and every last Sunday of the month following this.
It’s the classic British favourite of Afternoon tea…with a twist! Guests can expect to enjoy a selection of exquisite Indian teas accompanied by some big flavours in Praza’s homemade sweet and savoury treats.
Some of the treats include Nankhatai - Indian style short and crumbly biscuits, Motichoor Ladoo - One of the most popular Indian sweets made with sweetened, roasted gram flour pearls, a Lamb Khatti Roll – India’s own lamb paratha wrap, and Homemade Mini Cumin and Orange Scones, served with apple and date chutney, plus many more. Vegetarian options are available upon request. There is also the option of Indian Afternoon Tea with Prosecco, and, not leaving out the little ones – a Children’s Indian Afternoon Tea menu is also available.
Executive Chef, Bishal Rasaily, comments:
Our Indian Afternoon Tea proved to be very much enjoyed and sold out on our previous Bank Holiday runs. People really seem to love the fusion of British and Indian flavours and dish concepts. We’ve added a few new treats to the menu and I really do hope people enjoy our fun and quirky twist on a great British tradition!
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