Delightful food and drink recipes inspired by Netflix's hit show Bridgerton and Julia Quinn's bestselling novels. Finger sandwiches, pastries, roasts, desserts, cocktails, and more!
You are cordially invited to dine with society’s finest! From the magnificent macaron towers to the heavenly fruit-topped trifles, the food of Bridgerton steals the show. Teatime at Grosvenor Square brings you 75 tempting recipes inspired by those candy-colored treats and opulent feasts.
Now you can create a spread of delicate finger sandwiches, captivating canapés, and bite-sized sweets scrumptious enough to impress Queen Charlotte herself! Plus, you’ll find a few recipes worthy of a Bridgerton family supper.
This delightful book includes recipes for:
English Scones and Pastries
Jams, Spreads, and Marmalades
Whether you choose to enjoy a delicious confection with Daphne or a strong cocktail with the Duke, Teatime at Grosvenor Square will make binge-watching Bridgerton even better!
About the Author
Dahlia Clearwater is a baker and Bridgerton fan who spends her days dreaming up elegant spreads for high teas and luncheons. When work gets busy, she tries her best to channel Eloise’s entrepreneurial spirit. Dahlia lives in New York City with her dashing husband, their two boys, and one opinionated Yorkshire terrier.
Praise for Netflix's Bridgerton
"A heady, inviting fantasy of pleasure." —Vulture
"A sparkly period piece." —The New York Times
"A scandalous, sexy romantic fantasy that lives up to the hype." —Good Morning America
"Shonda Rhimes’ debut series for Netflix applies her signature flair for juicy drama to a tale of high-society matchmaking in Regency-era England. . . . a breezy waltz through a world of balls and duels, courtiers and curtseys, true love and ladies who may not be so interested in waiting . . . There's a charming wink to it all." —Rolling Stone
"A confectionary treat of a romance . . . a swoony, refreshingly modern take on Regency romance." —Variety
"Glitters with period drama glory. . . . To some, Bridgerton might seem like a combination of Pride and Prejudice and Gossip Girl: An unseen gossipmonger plays loose with the lives of well-to-do young socialites in 19th-century London. But dismissing a story set in upper-class England as an Austen copycat is reductive. As formidable and beloved a writer as she was, Austen never penned anything so unabashedly sexy, so deliciously melodramatic and with so many orchestral versions of pop songs (try to pick out the Billie Eilish and Taylor Swift hits)." —USA Today
"A Moreish Treat." —Guardian
"Scintillating." —Roger Ebert
"A horny historical romance for the ages." —Entertainment Weekly
"Sexy, charming, and endlessly entertaining." —Glamour