7 places where you can get the tea and pretend to be a member of the royal family in Montreal

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Prince Harry may have finally found the love of my life, but nothing prevents you from pretending to be a member of the british royal family from time to time.

A good way to do that is to gather your friends for tea time.This tradition of English takes place in a few locations on the island of Montreal.

So here’s 7 tea rooms worthy of royalty where to book your next afternoon!

1. The Parlor

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One of the tea rooms “traditional”, the most popular of the city is The Parlor located in the Plateau-Mont-Royal. The place, which has thirty seats, is always packed and offers a menu of teas and scones. The Parlor offers the hour of the brunch for $ 22.50 per person, or tea time in the afternoon with the choice of a set “standard” for 28,50 $, or even a plateau vegetarian or vegan for € 26.50 $. As it is not bad always full, it is advisable to book!

4354 avenue Christophe Colomb

2. The fog in my glasses

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The time of the English tea, the coffee/tea is his specialty! On all days between 9 h and 17 h, you can order one of the four tables named in honor of the british royal family. These trays are made for two people and the prices vary between $ 32 and $ 45 per person. One thing is certain, each of these trays contains scrumptious scones made by hand in Montreal.

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37,8 rue Saint-Zotique est

3. Tea room Cardinal

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The decor of the Cardinal puts you directly into the atmosphere of the tea room british. On the menu you will find the option to “Tea for two” at $ 43 which gives you the full experience with tea (of course), a little salty and a little sweet. Impossible to remain indifferent while tasting their fabulous sandwich with cucumbers. Note that the tea room Cardinal is open Thursday to Sunday only.

5326, boulevard Saint-Laurent

4. Pastry Little Rabbit

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Recently, the patisserie, a Small Rabbit, which specializes in pastries and sweets véganes, gluten-free, lactose-free and without the ten priority food allergens, offers the service of tea to the English. For 55 $, you will have access to a large selection of teas, tea to 3 floors fills small bites such as scones, jams, sandwiches, macaroons and mini-donuts.

1051, avenue Bernard

5. Rosélys

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The restaurant at the Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth serves no great surprise afternoon tea from Thursday to Sunday. For $ 37 per person you can dig in your tea sandwiches, bite-sized and savoury scones. You will then have the choice of a few sweets to finish it off in style! Be aware that it is important to book before you go.

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900, boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest

6. Ritz-Carlton Montreal

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The chic hotel of the city centre still offers the tradition of serving tea 100-year-old in this establishment. You will be able to enjoy a few canapés, scones and pastries houses in the elegant Courtyard of Palm trees. It is also possible to take the option “Tea-royal” where your tasting will be accompanied by a glass of champagne!

1228 Sherbrooke street West

7. The Gryphon d’or

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The tea room located on the avenue Monkland, west of highway 15, is certainly worth the detour. For the service of the tea you will have the choice between the tea more full, which includes a touch of sweet and salty, or a tray of desserts. In both cases, this is not very expensive. The first will cost you 25 $ and the second is 18 $!

5968 Monkland avenue

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