Served Friday and Saturday from 3:00pm - 5:00pm
$40 per person, $55 per person with one glass of Piper-Heidsieck Champagne
For reservations please call +1 310 887 2777 (24-hour advance booking required).
Selection of Teas:
Organic Breakfast, Tali’s Masala Chai, Earl Grey, Jasmine Reserve, Morrocan Mint, Sencha Green, Egyptian Chamomile, French Lemon Ginger, Italian Blood Orange, Velvet Tea
A selection of miniature savory canapés and tea sandwiches:
A collection of cakes:
- Curried chicken salad, grapes, and almonds on marble rye
- Smoked salmon mousse, lemon zest, and dill cream on pumpernickel
- Chicken salad, bacon, in puff pastry
- Fig, blue cheese mousse, caramelized onions, on toasted wheat bread
- Persian cucumber, Boursin cheese, on white bread
- Freshly baked scones served with Devonshire cream & lemon curd
- Blueberry Vanilla Custard Tart
- Brie Cheesecake with Graham Cracker Crust
- Opera Hazelnut Torte
- Raspberry Macaroon
- Chocolate Pistachio Roulade Cake
A SPOONFUL OF SUGAR CHILDREN'S TEA
This holiday season, children of all ages visiting The Beverly Hills Hotel can enjoy an unforgettable supercalifragilisticexpialidocious experience that pays homage to one of the most treasured children’s book characters, Mary Poppins. The “Spoonful of Sugar” holiday tea will be introduced at the Polo Lounge in celebration of the highly anticipated release of Saving Mr. Banks on December 13, 2013.
The whimsical menu includes:
Spoonfuls of Sugar
- Mary Poppins Meringues
- Raspberry Cheesecakes
- Grilled Cheese
- House Smoked Salmon and Cucumber
$49 per person
Beginning November 29, 2013, the “Spoonful of Sugar” holiday tea will be offered from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. every Friday and Saturday through December 31st, 2013. A copy of the popular children’s classic storybook, Mary Poppins, is also included for each guest.
Saving Mr. Banks, is a biographical drama film centered on the production of the 1964 Walt Disney Studios film, Mary Poppins. Taking its title from the patriarchal character of the same name, the film depicts author P.L. Travers and her two-week briefing in Los Angeles as she is persuaded by filmmaker Walt Disney in his attempts to obtain screen rights to her novel. The film stars Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson, and a portion of the movie was filmed at the front entrance of The Beverly Hills Hotel.