Shangri-La Hotel, the Shard
From the 35th floor of the Shard, you’ll have the most magnificent birds-eye views of the London Eye, Tower Bridge, Canary Wharf and other London icons all overlooking the Thames. There is the traditional English option but the Asian-inspired afternoon tea is recommended here.
Book tea at the Shard.
Royal Opera House
How could you possibly not fall in love with the Royal Opera House? Before you've even laid eyes on the cute little sandwiches, the vast glass windows of the 19th-century conservatory will have you blown away.
Book tea at the Royal Opera House.
Afternoon tea at The Goring
The Goring has been serving their afternoon tea for 100 years - so if you're looking for a quintessentially British afternoon tea, you can't go wrong here.
Book tea at The Goring.
Mad Hatter’s Tea at The Sanderson Hotel
If you're looking for something a bit different, head to The Sanderson Hotel for a Mad Hatter's afternoon tea. Expect colourful sandwiches, potions to sip, blueberry lollipops turning tongues from hot to cold and hazulnut ice-cream pops. The menu changes seasonally to keep diving down the rabbit hole interesting.
Book tea at the Sanderson Hotel.
London Bus Afternoon Tea
Not the place you'd normally associate with scones and dainty nibbles... a shiny 1960s Routemaster bus has been lovingly restored and turned into a touring tea bus that completes a 90-minute tour of the city while you sit back and sip your Earl Grey. A one-of-a-kind experience!
Book a bus afternoon tea.
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