Indulge in afternoon tea at the light and airy Thames Foyer, at the heart of The Savoy Hotel.
Choose from a range of teas served with finger sandwiches, homemade scones with clotted cream and jam, and a mouth-watering selection of cakes and pastries.
You'll be serenaded by the hotel's resident pianist at this intimate spot beneath a glass cupola.
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Top 5 reviews of Afternoon Tea at The Savoy Hotel in the Thames Foyer
Beautiful room for a lovely breakfast, under the atrium. Fancy tea and coffee service. Splendid Eggs Benedict, with multi dimensional texture, perfectly proportionate eggs/ham/English muffins. Probably on the top five best Benedict ever eaten of my life. It was that good!more
Afternoon Tea was definitely a London highlight for me, my husband and our 13 year old daughter. I made reservations about 3 months ahead of time at 5:15pm. There's no cost to make reservations, and you'll receive an email confirmation. Afternoon tea ends at 5:45pm, but we were able to stay as long as we wanted, so this was a perfect time slot! Earlier time slots, you are limited to 1 hour and...more
Let me just start out by saying that I can't wait to come back here!
The venue was just gorgeous and super old world opulent. High tea at the Savoy, how can you go wrong?!
The scones with clotted cream were heavenly, they were definitely my favorite part. Super airy and light, definitely cannot find anything close in the states. Everything else was delicious to; bf and I couldn't finish...more
"Posh" is really the only word to describe this place. Utterly, utterly posh.
I figured you can tell what this place is all about from the photos and other reviews, so mine will be concise.
- beautiful decor, classic but not boring
- the bird cage in the middle of the room
- live piano playing
- very attentive servers (so attentive that I feel discouraged to pour my own tea...more
Awfully posh for us raggedy tourist types!
Seriously though, I was surprised they let us in, as I was in cargo pants and a long sleeved T, and all the rest of the folks were in at least collared shirts, and of course the staff in tails.
However, in we went and what an experience!!
OK, so it is 50 quid for afternoon tea, but it is all you can eat of the most delightful finger sandwiches and...more