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The redoubtable, family-owned Goring has been a hit with the royals for more than a century, and it recently received a royal warrant from Her… more »
The redoubtable, family-owned Goring has been a hit with the royals for more than a century, but while its thick-carpeted dining room with… more »
Small but perfectly formed, the Sitting Room at the Capital Hotel offers all the allure of a grand afternoon tea, only on a more intimate… more »
After more than a decade in a buzzy cobbled courtyard off New Bond Street, the first-floor lounge at Hush remains popular with Mayfair minxes and… more »
Running as casual tearoom and eatery by day, The Parlour takes on a late-night persona as a quirky, postmodern gentlemen’s club/bar (open… more »
A superb collection of contemporary art (courtesy of the Saatchi Gallery) is an eye-catching featuring of this capacious, high-ceilinged restaurant… more »
Situated on the first floor of Fortnum & Mason’s venerable foodie emporium, The Parlour offers an ice-cream spree and more besides for adults… more »
‘Frankly, it beats some of the French originals hands down’, trumpets one of The Wolseley’s many fans – and it’s easy to see why… more »
The reason why afternoon tea in The Foyer at Claridge’s continues to win gongs is down to a careful blend of tradition without stuffiness, plus… more »
At the heart of The Ritz’s unashamedly opulent Edwardiana, The Palm Court hits a crescendo of gilded gold & lemon among polished marble pillars… more »
Perched on the top floor of London’s foremost food and luxury goods emporium, the Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon is far removed from the bustling… more »
‘It’s the most wonderful “high camp” dining room’, observes one reader wallowing in The Ritz’s florid excesses. With frescoed… more »
A grown-up rendezvous for Soho’s swaggering smart set, Dean Street Townhouse ‘looks like a posh brasserie but feels like a members’ bar populated… more »
Low on posing and pretence, the handsome venue attached to Shakespeare’s Globe is all about high-quality modern British food, served from morn… more »
Sparkling, panoramic views of the capital are guaranteed to thrill at this sky-high proposition from the Hong Kong-based Aqua group – a… more »
Afternoon Tea has taken London by storm over the past few years and has become one of the most popular culinary experiences. There are so many afternoon tea venues to choose from in London right now so check out the very best that London has to offer in afternoon tea with this handy Square Meal guide to the best afternoon tea places in London. Freshly prepared finger sandwiches, homemade scones with clotted cream and jam and an assortment of delicious cakes and pastries all served with pots of the finest tea – there’s no denying that afternoon tea is a real treat. A quintessentially British tradition, afternoon tea is big business in London, attracting everyone from visiting tourists to local residents.
There is something very special about enjoying afternoon tea in London so to help you find your perfect afternoon tea in London; Square Meal has carefully compiled this list of the best afternoon tea places in London. Whether it’s an utterly traditional afternoon tea you wish to enjoy or perhaps one of London’s more innovative and contemporary afternoon teas, you’ll only find the very best afternoon tea places here.
Every one of the Places for Afternoon Tea in London featured in Square Meal’s list of London’s top Places for Afternoon Tea in London have been tried and tested by food critics and our own customers so check out the reviews and book a table online with Square Meal today. Each Square Meal listing features an independent review, as well as reviews from diners, together with unique special offers such as free drinks and discounts.