Last year, The Fitzwilliam Hotel, Belfast, came up with something crafty and unique to help treat Dads for Father’s Day and it is back due to popular demand.
The 5-star hotel’s head chef, Dean Butler and his team have created the Crafternoon Tea, a unique twist on the traditional afternoon tea, replacing dainty finger sandwiches with hearty delights such as pork and leek scotch egg, mini steak burger, fish finger and homemade tartar sauce bap – all accompanied by two local hand-crafted beers from Whitewater Brewing Co.
Those with a sweet tooth have not been forgotten as the Crafternoon Tea also includes white chocolate and raspberry scone with clotted cream and fruit jam and a chocolate and hazelnut brownie.
The Crafternoon Tea costs £35pp and is available every Saturday and Sunday between 1.30pm and 4.30pm – the perfect treat for Father’s Day on Sunday 19th June. Pre-booking is essential, 24 hours in advance (call hotel on 02890 442080). Minimum of two to be ordered per reservation.
Visit https://www.fitzwilliamhotelbelfast.com/crafternoon-tea/ for more information.