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Food and Drink20 Stories launches festive themed Afternoon Tea in-time for Christmas

20 Stories launches festive themed Afternoon Tea in-time for Christmas

Manchester’s highest restaurant and bar, 20 Stories, has launched a specially curated festive afternoon tea for guests to enjoy over the Christmas period whilst overlooking the city’s wintery skyline.

P1010743 240x300 1 With a number of different savoury and sweet options available guests can choose from a selection of delicate handmade finger sandwiches including Turkey and Cranberry on Country Malt Bread, Crayfish and Marie-Rose Roll, Egg Mayo on White Bread as well as Mushroom Quiche, and Smoked Salmon with Caviar Blini.

For those with a sweet tooth a selection of Homemade Plain and Fruit Scones with Clotted Cream, Orange Marmalade and Strawberry Jam will be served followed by a festive favourite, Black Forest Yule Log, a seasonal Cranberry Cheesecake, Maple and Pecan Choux and a Quince Macaroon.

The festive themed afternoon tea will be available Monday – Thursday, 2pm – 4:30pm and Friday’s between 12pm – 3pm. It will be priced at £35 per person. P1010837 240x300 1

There will also be an option for guests to opt for the Prosecco Afternoon Tea for £42.50 per person featuring champagne, or try 20 Stories Miniature Cocktail Pairing Afternoon Tea priced at £55 per person where guests can sample 20 Stories Signature cocktails including Sloe Love, 20 Stories Cocktail, Champagne Supernova and Manchester Tart Punch.

Afternoon Tea is also available for £47.50 per person. This will consist of X glasses of Nyetimber.

All Afternoon Teas will be served with your preferred choice of tea or coffee.

The menu can be viewed here.

Afternoon Tea can be booked here. P1010614 300x200 1


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