It was only a matter of time before High Gin became a thing.

While we all enjoy a high tea, a ‘High Gin’ is definitely next level – however, the question has to be asked why did it take so long for it to become a thing?

None the less, The Reveley is here to pair thirst crushing gin cocktails with delicious eats.

Every Saturday and Sunday, dwell in glorious panoramic views over Elizabeth Quay from The Reveley’s dining room whilst sipping on gin cocktails, bubbles, tea and nibbling on sweet and savoury treats.

Upon arrival expect a Elderflower G&T which will settle you in to your afternoon of delights.

The High Gin feast begins with a mouth-watering selection of savoury bites including Smoked salmon macaroon, Pumpkin tart, Duck liver parfait, smoked chicken club sandwich and Parmesan gougere.


Savoury bites are washed down by a ‘London Bramble’ made up of Tanqueray, Lemon, Crème de Mure and Seasonal Berries. 

High Gin wouldn’t be complete without something sweet. Move on to a range of delicacies including Tiramisu Cup, Chocolate profiterole, Passionfruit meringue, Honey cake and coconut & mango cheesecake.

The next round of Gin cocktails to compliment is the ‘Passiflora’ consisting of Jinzu Gin, Lemon, Passionfruit and Oreat.

For the full experience, select the ‘Up The Ante’ option for $99pp which includes 3 Gin Cocktails designed to match each course and free flow Veuve Clicquot Brut NV as well as a premium tea and coffee range – with all of the feasting bites of course.

Or select the ‘Tea With A Twist’ option for $75pp which also includes 3 Gin Cocktails, all of the food courses and free flow Chandon Blanc de Blancs with tea and coffee.


If you’re driving or simply taking it easy, a food and tea only option is available for $45pp.

All items are prepared in house and can be catered to vegetarian, gluten free and other specific allergies.

Bookings are essential via – there is simply no better way to take in summer rays over Elizabeth Quay.

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