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
It was great!
Now this is not a cheap place, but you get for what you paid for! This place is so clean, service is absolutely great (our server was Jonathan and he was awesome - he made it even better!), food is good, and tea is great! This is a tea Salon, not a restaurant or a bar or a coffee shop. TEA is the main deal... Please, remember that :) Greta selection - better to pay extra and...more
If it's worth doing, it's worth doing well and right. If you're going to have afternoon tea in England, you might as well have the best.
The Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon atop Fortnum and Mason is hands down the best afternoon tea I've ever had (and I've had it in several different countries). I would go as far as to say that this should be in the top ten list of things you have planned for...more
With this price I paid, thought the experience would be much more valuable.
I booked it over a month ahead, but we were put by the entrance because no other two ppl seat available. As you can imagine, staff rushed pass us frequently. We felt it very clearly because its old wooden floor.
Tea had nothing to pick on. It was great, but not distinctively great.
Sandwiches were lame comparing to...more
Fortnum and Mason has been the standard for traditional afternoon tea. If you're looking for the typical London tea experience - you have to stop by here. I wouldn't come here toooo often as it's on the high end - £40-48/person ($62-75 USD).
- If you're trying to get a weekend, I would suggest booking at least a month + ahead. Those Saturday afternoons are especially difficult to...more
I have been to tea in the Fortnum and Mason: DIamond Jubilee Tea Salon twice and both times have been absolutely flawless.
From the moment you walk out of the elevator into the light blue lobby of the restaurant, you are met with soft music and elegance. It's a fairy-tale setting for a very special meal. The service here is exemplary. On our last visit, they had trouble finding our...more