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not just the decor that’s getting a revamp at The Grosvenor Victoria, the menus are also getting a face lift. First up is the hotel’s restaurant Grand Imperial which has launched a brand new Oriental Afternoon Tea menu.

The Asian-inspired tea features a selection of Cantonese sweets and savouries. Fresh black cod rolls, Char Sui Bao, Concubine Chicken Wrap and Chocolate Dim Sum are accompanied by a selection of Oriental teas.

The tea will be served between 3-5pm and is priced at £20 per person, or £28 per person with the sparkling rosé.

Grand Imperial, Grosvenor Hotel Victoria, 101 Buckingham Palace Road, SW1W