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Top10 Top 10 best high teas in Brisbane

There is something special about a high tea dining experience, from the fine china to the delicate gourmet bites presented elegantly on tiered cake stands. As a growing food trend, there are more creative, and imaginary takes on the classic high tea. For those in the sunny city of Brisbane, these are the top 10 best high teas in Brisbane.
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One of the most iconic and historic buildings in Brisbane, Customs House brings old world charm to the banks of the Brisbane River. Great attention to detail goes into crafting the petite desserts which can be enjoyed inside the internal dining room or on the terrace overlooking the Story Bridge.
For those wanting to experience high tea Brisbane style, The Brasserie on the River is the place to go. Boasting some of the best views if the city and the river, select from a variety of seasonal, traditional and chocolate themed high tea combinations. Classic and elegant, this one caters to both fans of the traditional and modern high teas.
Passiontree Velvet is where traditional English country house meets high-end French patisserie and can be found in Indoopooilly. Keep your camera handy as these desserts are Instagram-worthy and are literally pieces of edible art on the plate. A wide variety of delicate bites are prepared from petite sweets to crust less sandwiches.
One of Brisbane's most luxurious high tea dining experiences; enjoy fine dining delights which can be served with sparkling glasses of Moët, Chandon, or Dom Pérignon. The restaurant is furnished with plush gold and dark timber furnishings adding to the classic and refined high-end dining ambience.
Feel like you are a million miles away at one of Brisbane's favourite high tea destinations, Room with Roses. This long-standing restaurant is hidden on the gallery level of the Brisbane Arcade. Using recipes which have been handed down in the family for generations, there is an inviting and warm ambience which makes you feel right at home.
Mixing up the traditional high tea style menu with a flare of tropical Queensland produce, this is a contemporary and fun style of high tea. Sitting on the city outskirt in New Farm, feast on modern Australian creations including seasonal fruits and freshly caught seafood. A great high tea for keen foodies.
Relish in the finer things in life at the bespoke and French style high teas at Brisbane's Sofitel Hotel. Spread over two locations within the hotel, sip on a glass of sparkling sky high on the 30th floor in the sky lounge, or step back in time to the retro 1960's themed Cuvee Lounge Bar. Perfect for spoiling that someone special.
Fashionistas with a passion for fashion and a side of high tea will marvel at the plush and ornate interior of Le Jardin at one of the Gold Coast's most stylish resorts the Palazzo Versace. Served on Versace dining ware, devour on dishes inspired by modern European cuisine.
High tea at McMahon's restaurant is a relaxed and refined affair of contemporary Australian style dishes served with a welcoming glass of bubbly. Surrounded with views overlooking Brisbane's Botanical Gardens, there is a fresh and inviting ambience that is perfect for dining alfresco style in the Queensland sunshine.
A healthier and slightly more experimental high tea can be found at Asana by Pete Evans where diners can select a paleo high tea menu. Filled with healthy goodies created from the popular diet, the menu features a collection of both sweet and savoury nibbles that be served with a freshly brewed coffee or a bubbly glass of French champagne.
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