Indulge in three tiers of handcrafted treats at the newly-launched High Tea experience at Mode Kitchen & Bar.
This season, enjoy an exquisite dining experience perfect for a special occasion. Whether you’re celebrating a milestone anniversary or even just the weekend, the team from Mode Kitchen & Bar is putting on an unmissable culinary event not-to-be-missed.
Head to Mode Kitchen & Bar, the destination lobby restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney in The Rocks, for an exquisite High Tea experience. This newly launched menu is literally raising the bar at the venue, with the High Tea menu served upstairs on the Mezzanine Level of the venue.
This brand new High Tea menu delivers three delicious tiers of handcrafted sweets, savouries, and scones. The best bit? All of these treats are made entirely in-house by the hotel’s Alain Ducasse-trained French pastry duo, Elliott Roussel and Quentin Zerr. And just like Mode’s lunch and dinner menus, expect every single dish to be crafted using the best available seasonal produce.
So, what can you expect from Mode Kitchen & Bar’s High Tea experience? Every treat has been handcrafted from scratch, even the orange marmalade served with the fresh-baked scones is Elliott’s grandmother’s recipe.
Plus, these treats are made to perfection with Quentin’s lemon and asparagus vol au vent (which comes with the optional extra of Siberian Caviar) is based on a recipe he learned while training under one of the world’s top pastry chefs at the renowned Le Meurice restaurant in Paris. In fact, his light and crispy puff pastry takes four days to make.
Blending French culinary techniques with local flavours, this High Tea menu features a decadent egg and truffle finger sandwich; leek, gruyere, and saltbush tart; ocean trout with cucumber and burnt onion; and Mode’s signature coconut and passion fruit pavlova. Plus, the team is happy to cater to dietary requirements with gluten-free and dairy-free options available (and even a Kids High Team for mini socialites available).
Climb the grand staircase at the Four Seasons’ and pull up a chair in their relaxed Mezzanine for the Mode High Tea experience. This menu is available Wednesday to Sunday from 2 to 5 pm.
The Traditional High Tea is $69 per person with coffee or tea from the distinctive, single garden Jing Tea range. Plus, you can level-up your High Tea with their Champagne upgrade ($89), featuring the first Australian Champagne (a collaboration between Penfold’s and France’s family-owned Champagne Hotel Thiénot) available exclusively by the glass at the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney.
Your exclusive offer
To secure your spot, email Mode Kitchen & Bar or call the venue on (02) 9250 3160. Plus, we’ve got an exclusive offer just for Eat Drink Play readers. Simply quote ‘Eat Drink Play’ during your booking to score $5 off your High Tea experiencing during the month of March.
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