Just a quick little blog post this weekend but talking about one of my favourite things eating!!!

Ive been for afternoon tea before and  I think its one of life’s little pleasures. I love to eat, I love to chat and I love to take my time to leisurely to do both. I think that’s where afternoon tea comes into play. I’ve had a few in my time; all the fancy hotels around town and I even had an Alice in wonderland themed one in a hotel in London for a birthday treat…Afternoon tea 1


But the one I had this week had something just that little bit different,it was a gorgeous fusion afternoon tea at the amazing Solo kitchen in Belfast. It had all the usual elements a little bit of pop and sparkle with the prosecco to start, some freshly baked scones and a chocolate cake which was out of this world and to die for. But the fusion twist meant it came with the most amazing spicy hot samosas, some fabulous cheese poppers and a some amazing spiced sandwiches as well as other interesting treats not normally found on the tea tray.

Afternoon 2

The fusion afternoon tea was a new concept on me but I have to say myself and my dining partner loved every element not leaving a morsel on the plate. As always I need to commend the staff in Solo kitchen. Friendly and attentive with fresh coffee and top ups whenever we needed it. I’m only disappointed I didn’t have more time to spend as I would love to have tried out their famed quack-tail but there always next time.

Emer D xx


Afternoon 3
Want to check it out for yourself follow this link:
Solo Kitchen and Bar’s  Fusion Afternoon Tea:
Let us guide your senses through a gastronomique journey – where East meets West in our eclectic menu, filled with assorted hot & cold, savory & sweet nibbles.
This is the perfect way to spend a leisurely afternoon with friends or family in the unique ambience of Solo Kitchen + Bar.