Our Afternoon Tea Menu
We are delighted to announce that we have been recognised by the Georgina Campbell Guide for Independent Food & Drink and also by Good Food Ireland. To be associated and recognised by such pillars of the Irish food and drink community is an honour.
During Covid we took the time to enhance and improve our Afternoon Tea Menu. To be recognised by Georgina Campbell’s Guide and Good Food Ireland was the icing on the cake (pun, very much, intended).
We began making our sandwiches in house by our talented team of kitchen staff. The offering went from three traditional finger sandwiches to now both the traditional sandwiches that people love but also includes soft brioche buns with the freshest most delicious fillings. We also changed the shape from finger sandwiches to triangle because, lets face it, triangle sandwiches not only taste better but definitely feel more Irish.
Our fruit scones are served warm on board (yes, you read that right – warm scones) and let me tell you the smell that wafts around the bus while they’re are warming up is almost as good as their taste! These are of course served with the ultimate trifecta – Irish butter (best in the world), jam and of course clotted cream. The way in which you have your scone… totally up to you! There is no right or wrong way with our afternoon tea!
Our desserts are made fresh and delivered to us by Robert Bullock and his incredible team at Le Patissier. These delectable desserts range from a berry and pistachio opera cake to a smooth and crunchy praline pillow to my personal favourite – lemon and raspberry tart!
We of course serve Irish Barry’s tea on board and have a wide range of herbal teas and coffees to choose from too. If you’re looking to indulge in Afternoon Tea the Irish Way – hop on board and take a bite. You won’t be disappointed…