High Tea Review
28th March 2017
at first glance, this one’s a bit of an odd choice but, once you climb the department store’s pretty marble stairs and take a seat in the brassiere’s original home, it’ll start to make sense. bennett’s department store is one of the uk’s oldest, and the menu certainly reflects that; lisa jean’s is where contemporary and creative dining meet tradition, in the very tastiest way possible. from the exceptional range of truly wonderful varieties of loose leaf teas to start your meal (both caffeinated and not)(but why wouldn’t you), to the range of different menus to suit your needs (from sunday brunch to the highest of teas), lisa jean’s really offers something for everyone.
everything we were served was made in-house and from scratch, and it was quite refreshing to hear that – in a world where strawberry jam is a dime a dozen, a secret-recipe lemon curd and raspberry compote on a table is always a nice touch, don’t you think?