High Tea for 2 or more
Since 1927, Afternoon Tea at the Windsor Arms has been the paramount destination for discerning guests in pursuit of the perfectly indulgent, delectably elegant, and distinctly luxurious high tea experience. We invite you to travel back in time, enjoy for the simple sake of enjoyment, and share in joyful memories in our Parisian-inspired lobby tea room or by the fire in our historic, lush purple room. An enchanting and romantic space, it was by this very fireplace that Richard Burton proposed, the second time, to Elizabeth Taylor in 1967.
The Windsor Arms provides the perfect, charming setting to celebrate classic conventions, and honour tradition as you peruse our diverse, carefully curated selection of over thirty loose leaf teas. Choose from an array of flavours from Russian Caravan to Sencha, including organic, fair-trade blends.
We welcome you to follow your curiosities, satiate your impulses, or follow the direction of our expert staff on hand to guide you through the wide range of tastes and aromas. Our Afternoon Tea experience includes hand-crafted pastries and traditional tea sandwiches, English scones, and a variety of preserves, all freshly prepared in-house on a daily basis.
Our intimate and unique Tea Rooms may be fully or partially reserved for private gatherings such as as corporate functions, bridal and baby showers, or get-togethers with friends. Our team is committed to working with you and your individual needs to craft a truly unforgettable experience.
Monday to Thursday: $40 per person
Friday to Sunday: $50 per person
Our guests have spoken
"Afternoon Tea on the Terrace, Mani/Pedi and Oxygen Facial - what a beautiful way to relax with your friends before your big day"
Lisa K. Toronto
"The Salt Cave -what an amazing feeling to rejuvenate"
Charles C. Rio de Janeiro
"Beautifully tranquil yet so inspiring"
Julia B. London
“Tea at Windsor Arms is always wonderful”
Cheryl P. Toronto
“Highest calibre of service and attention to detail”
Sean O. Fredericton
“Beautiful and traditional! Always feel nostalgic in this staple toronto hotel.”
Robert M. Sydney