Into its several month of operation, there came Queen’s Cats Revamped Menu. I felt enthralled to find out what the revamped menu looks like; if there is improvement to the food and so on.
Again, I went to explore the Queen’s Cats Revamped Menu with my Mom since we went together the first time. We surprised to find some pleasant ones.
Queen’s Cats is started by a husband and wife. The husband is a chef. They started this cafe in hopes that it will be a platform to spread their love for food.
We also notice some changes to the space. There are some painting hung on the wall to beautify the cafe. Somehow, I feel that the painting didn’t match the interior style of the cafe.
Queen’s Cats Revamped Menu
Since we have a high tea set the last time, for comparison purpose we ordered the Royal High Tea Set this round too. The 3 Tiers Royal High Tea Set is at $49.90. Great for sharing among 2 to 3 guests.
This round we decided to pair the set with Queen Anne Tea by Fortnum & Mason ($12.90 for ala carte order). This blend was created in 1907, their bicentenary year. The blend comprises of Assam and Ceylon teas produces a strong and yet smooth tea.
Like their original high tea set, this improved version consists of three tiers of sandwiches, cakes and pastries. The addition is the Mushroom Cappuccino which came as a total surprise.
The top tier consists of mainly savoury pastries of scones, quiches and Mini Chicken Pesto. I was glad that the scones were accompanied with jam and clotted cream, but there is room for improvement for the scones. We like the Mini Chicken Pesto best as we have not seen this in other cafe, as such it was something unique that attracted our attention. Savoury with hint of sweetness in the waffle as such there was a nice balance. Pesto was savoured and paired off well with the tiny diced pepper. Lastly, the quiches, we are neutral to it.
On the plate of sweets, there are Red Velvet Cake, Earl Grey Cake and Macarons (Lemon, Vanilla and Chocolate). Among the 3 macaron flavours, we must give the Vanilla Macaron a mentioned. It was an excellent one with striking vanilla sense, while the lemon macaron was lacking of the zest. Lastly, the chocolate it was as expected. The earl grey scent was totally missing in the Earl Grey Cake. It was the most disappointing item after the Lemon Macaron.
There were 3 types of sandwiches available; Smoked Salmon, Egg and Tuna. Our favourite was the Egg Sandwich. We thought the little trick of adding the herb (the green stuff) in the egg was wise as it enhances the flavour.
Our top favourite in the high tea set is the Mushroom Cappuccino. This is absolutely our top favuorite because the soup was silky and smooth among the mushroom bites. Furthermore, it was a flavourful one with just the right amount of truffle oil enough for the tastebud and tongue.
We did enjoy the revamped High Tea Set. We thought the variety is good and is an improvement to the one Queen’s Cats had started with, though we thought there are still room for improvement for some of their items.
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