Do Join Us for a Cuppa

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The tradition of enjoying high tea or simply a “cuppa” with a shortbread biscuit in the afternoon is one of the legacies from our colonial past.  The British do know a thing or two about their teas, as the empire once spread far and wide. Tea, once upon a time, was one of the many things they appropriated from the East and made it part of their culture.  

We don’t have to fly to London to indulge in some Earl Grey or Moroccan Mint.  In any afternoon, we invite you to drop by Kitchen Savvy and join us for tea. If decorating with Easter eggs and candies this April has triggered your sweet tooth, our popular Toasted Brioche with Fresh Berries, Whipped Cream, Honey and Vanilla Ice Cream may just hit the spot. Much lighter than scones in the English tradition, the Brioche is just as delicious – if not more, with the fresh berries and the ice cream.  Equally sweet and tempting is the Profiterole with Oreo Ice Cream, Chocolate Sauce, Whipped Cream, and Toasted Almond Flakes providing additional crunch and texture. Fancy something savoury instead? You deserve more than bland cucumber sandwiches, say, thin French Crêpes stuffed with Sautéed Mushroom and Emmental Cheese? All tea sets come with your choice of tea or coffee; other sets feature the famous Kitchen Savvy signature Pizzas in small sizes, French Fries with Truffle Mayo, or your favourite pick from our dessert menu.  Prices for tea sets run from $88 to $128 each plus 10% service.

How do you resist such scrumptious and great value propositions?  You don’t. Check out the menu "here"

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Do Join Us for a Cuppa

The tradition of enjoying high tea or simply a “cuppa” with a shortbread biscuit in the afternoon is one of the legacies from our colonial past.  The British do know a thing or two about their teas, as the empire once spread far and wide. Tea, once upon a time, was one of the many things they appropriated from the East and made it part of their culture.  

We don’t have to fly to London to indulge in some Earl Grey or Moroccan Mint.  In any afternoon, we invite you to drop by Kitchen Savvy and join us for tea. If decorating with Easter eggs and candies this April has triggered your sweet tooth, our popular Toasted Brioche with Fresh Berries, Whipped Cream, Honey and Vanilla Ice Cream may just hit the spot. Much lighter than scones in the English tradition, the Brioche is just as delicious – if not more, with the fresh berries and the ice cream.  Equally sweet and tempting is the Profiterole with Oreo Ice Cream, Chocolate Sauce, Whipped Cream, and Toasted Almond Flakes providing additional crunch and texture. Fancy something savoury instead? You deserve more than bland cucumber sandwiches, say, thin French Crêpes stuffed with Sautéed Mushroom and Emmental Cheese? All tea sets come with your choice of tea or coffee; other sets feature the famous Kitchen Savvy signature Pizzas in small sizes, French Fries with Truffle Mayo, or your favourite pick from our dessert menu.  Prices for tea sets run from $88 to $128 each plus 10% service.

How do you resist such scrumptious and great value propositions?  You don’t. Check out the menu “here”

 
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