Ever since Asterix we know that the Brits your “afternoon tea” very seriously and adore. The English enjoy afternoon tea is a real institution and ideal for a breather after a Shopping Marathon or a sightseeing tour of London.
If cannot afford the prices in Dorchester hotel and do not like atmosphere in the Ritz, canceled perfectly in the following locations. This Afternoon Teas are affordable and are held in a serene environment. Afternoon tea (sometimes erroneously high tea called) consists of a pot of tea, scones with clotted cream (a thick, spreadable cream) and jam, small sandwich appetizers and light pastries.
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1# Bake-a-Boo, West Hampstead
The pink facade of Bake-a-Boo in West Hampstead, North West London, can guess already that this afternoon tea is designed more for girls. Teapot-shaped vanilla biscuits, chocolate-dipped strawberries and mini brownies are served here with the traditional scones. There is also gluten free afternoon tea, and milk or wheat-free versions. Just £ 16 per person for minimum two people.
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2# Bea’s of Bloomsbury
In the bakery Bea’s of Bloomsbury, afternoon tea is served on a three-story cake stand. In addition to freshly baked scones with clotted cream and jam, there are cupcakes, a selection of March marshmallows, brownies and meringue and a few hearty baguettes. The cute tea comes from Jing Tea Company. How much? £ 19 per person, always a table in advance website for reservations!
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3# The Restaurant, St. Paul’s Cathedral
Our tip for Afternoon Tea is The Restaurant at the bottom of the crypt of St. Paul’s Cathedral. Here 15 to 17 clock traditional Afternoon Tea is served with three kinds of sandwiches, fresh scones, English fruit breads and pastries from Monday to Friday. Who does not like tea can also drink coffee. The atmosphere is wonderfully relaxed and the ambience fantastic directly beneath the cathedral.