Although this opulent restaurant once sailed the historic waters of London's famous river, the beautiful Hispaniola is now permanently moored at one of the most eye-catching parts of the Thames, near Embankment station. With views of the River Thames, an afternoon tea on the Hispaniola combines unparalleled visuals of some of the capital's best known sites with classic English afternoon tea, featuring scones, a selection of sandwiches and, of course, a choice of teas.
Your traditional afternoon tea will include, as a rule, a selection of finger sandwiches, scones with jam and whipped cream and tea or coffee. Afternoon tea runs between 3pm and 5pm daily. The Hispaniola is conveniently located next to Embankment Tube Station, and it looks out on some of the most iconic views in London.
This experience is available at Greater London:
Greater London (London) - London
Your voucher is valid for 10 months for two people. Afternoon Tea is available from 3pm and 5pm daily. This experience must be pre booked at least 24 hours in advance. All dates are subject to availability. Please note: the Hispaniola is a stationary restaurant and will not be setting sail along the Thames at any time. Please note bookings cannot be taken in December 2012.
1The eye-catching Hispaniola is now permanently moored at one of the most scenic parts of the Thames, conveniently located next to Embankment station, combining fantastic views of the riverbank with first-class service and food. This indulgent afternoon tea for two is a fantastic way to soak up the sights of London whilst being treated to a delicious, classic afternoon tea, featuring scones, a selection of sandwiches, a number of desserts and of course a choice of teas.
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1 out of 1(100%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
A wonderful venue and the cream tea was lovely. Finger sandwiches, scones, a tart and slice of Victoria sponge and, of course, lots of tea. Had a table overlooking the Thames and spent a lovely time watching the river work. The only down side to this venue was the tide. If low there is a very very steep access. It was hard getting down and even harded getting off the boat as the tide had gone out.