The Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon at Fortnum & Mason was opened by HM The Queen, and pays homage to the timeless traditions of afternoon tea. Epitomising the sophistication that has made Fortnum & Mason such an institution, tea is served besides a grand piano in the luxurious salon, with classic sandwiches, scones and patisseries all making an appearance. The extensive tea selection at Fortnum & Mason covers a wealth of options from around the globe.
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Fortnum & Mason Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon
181 PiccadillyLondonW1J 9EH
- Public transport:
- Green Park, Underground
Unfortunately I was quite disappointed with the experience. I have tried many afternoon teas including the ones in Harrods and The Dorchester for example and the food was much better. The sandwiches were very bland and I did give the food allergy notice in advance hoping that they would make a bit more variety but they didn't we were just given 2 types of sandwich, the tea was very normal,...more
I really disappoint for their services.
even though, we arrived here as first customer they give our dessert stand too late. Also I have to asked hot water for my tea three times. I know they are quite busy, but nobody didn't take care our table. I thought, this is Not worthy!more
What a fantastic afternoon tea experience. From the service to the food to the atmosphere of the salon, there was nothing more I could ask for except more stomach room.
We arrived a bit early, and waited on couches in the lobby area before being escorted to our table. Having done our research beforehand, one of us ordered the afternoon tea and the other the savory tea. As for the tea, I...more
The most unpleasant afternoon tea experience ever! First, we were 10 minutes late being seated when we showed up 5 minutes before our reservation. After we sat down, no one came to take our order for 20 minutes. No one came by to give us water even. Then we had to flag down the captain to take our order. Finally, someone brought us our tea and food with some kind of attitude. Excuse me?
Food and tea is fine. Not impressive for the price.
I believe there is dress code but not strictly enforced. I saw quite a few groups of people wearing t shirts and sandals which I definitely won't considered as "smart casual".
The service was bad for one specific waiter (others seem to be fine) but that ruins our experience. The waiter didn't ask what we would like to drink in the...more