Discover the Art of High Tea at Grünthal

Are you ready to immerse yourself in a world of indulgence? Look no further than Grünthal's High Tea experience. Stepping into our fun environment, you're greeted with a promise of joy, delectable food, and unparalleled customer service.

Experience High Tea the Grünthal Way

At Grünthal, High Tea isn't just a meal; it's an experience crafted with love and dedication. We've curated a menu that pays homage to timeless classics while introducing new delicacies bursting with flavour. From savoury bites to sweet treats, each item is handcrafted with care to ensure an unforgettable journey for your taste buds.

Daily Delight, Daily Indulgence

Indulgence knows no bounds at Grünthal. Our High Tea is available daily, with seating at 11 am from Monday to Friday and 10 am on Saturdays and Sundays. Whether you're looking to start your day with a touch of luxury or unwind after a long week, our doors are open to welcome you into a world of pure bliss.

Unveiling the Feast

For just $65 per person, you'll embark on a culinary adventure like no other. Our High Tea spread features a mix of pastries, cheeses, desserts, and more, ensuring there's something to satisfy every craving. Pair your feast with a glass of Sparkling Wine or Mimosa for the ultimate indulgence. Curious about what's on the menu? Check out our complete High Tea selection here.

Plan Ahead, Delight Later

To ensure we can craft the perfect High Tea experience for you, we kindly ask for 48 hours' notice to prepare. So, whether you're celebrating a special occasion or simply craving a moment of indulgence, plan your High Tea delight in advance. Ready to reserve your table? Book your spot here now.

Unlock the Elegance

At Grünthal, we believe that every moment should be savoured, every experience cherished. Join us as we redefine the art of High Tea in the Adelaide Hills, one indulgent moment at a time. Step into a world where elegance reigns supreme and every bite tells a story. Are you ready to unlock the elegance of Grünthal's High Tea?

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