Swagged curtains, picture-lined walls and patterned carpets set the scene for an old-fashioned treat at Seymour’s at the Leonard Hotel. A good central meeting point for tea with chums or visiting relatives, the converted 18th-century townhouse property is just a short stroll from Oxford Street and Park Lane, and is blessedly not as hectic as the former, nor as snooty as the latter. A traditional afternoon tea (£15.50) is served daily, and it’s a simple, straightforward offering of four classic sandwiches (salmon, cheese and ham, cucumber, egg mayonnaise) plus two home-baked scones and pastries apiece. The tea selection is brief, but its ticks all the boxes from classic English breakfast to fashionable green tea and white jasmine.
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