Even the most dedicated theatre buff cannot live on showbiz alone, which makes Afternoon Tea the perfect meal to schedule in before that evening performance. Here we pick five of the best, from the glitzy Ritz to the alternative oriental afternoon tea of Yauatcha.
1. The Delaunay
The new sister restaurant of The Wolseley is based on a grand European Café Restaurant and has immediately made a big impact on London’s afternoon tea life.
2. The Ritz
No afternoon tea list is complete without the opulence of tea at the Ritz, the world’s most famous Afternoon Tea.
3. The Wallace Restaurant
Set in the beautiful Sculpture Garden of the Wallace Collection
4. Fortnum and Mason
Founded in 1707, Fortnum & Mason are grocers to the Queen and a wonderful tea is served in their St James’s Restaurant
East meets West in this delicious oriental afternoon tea
MORE GREAT AFTERNOON TEAS
Afternoon Tea At The Terrace, Amba Charing Cross Hotel – Classic afternoon tea right near the iconic Trafalgar Square and National Gallery. Amba Charing Cross Hotel, The Strand, Charing Cross London WC2N 5HX, London MORE INFO & BOOKING
Afternoon Tea At Boulevard Brasserie – Situated within the dazzling-theatre district and only a short walk from the Royal Opera House, Boulevard Brasserie is perfectly located to enjoy an Afternoon Tea in Covent Garden. Boulevard Brasserie, 40 Wellington Street London WC2E 7BD MORE INFO & BOOKING
Shakespeare’s Globe Guided Tour & Afternoon Tea – Experience a 40 minute guided tour through Shakespeare’s iconic Globe theatre followed by a delicious afternoon tea. Shakespeare’s Globe, 21 New Globe Walk Bankside SE1 9DT. MORE INFO & BOOKING
Date: 17 January 2020
Written by: Chris Raven
Tags: afternoon teas, Five of the Best