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
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
Definitely a good place to hang out with friends and family who crave for an elegant, luxurious afternoon tea. Great scones and jams. Teas appointed by the Queen are really my flavours!!more
If you are a craving a traditional afternoon tea experience and yet don't want to blow through your entire vacation savings, this is definitely a place to go. Not only is it an amazing tea and biscuits store, there's also an upstairs tea room where you can sample a wide variety of tea, miniature sandwiches, not to mention to die-for scones. The live music on the grand piano makes it all very...more
The one thing the GF wanted to do in London was enjoy afternoon tea. So we decided to head to Fortnum & Mason's Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon after spending the day at Buckingham Palace.
Fortnum & Mason is a huge department store located in London. They've obviously got everything you need for a proper tea, including a myriad of loose tea offerings for purchase. With respect to food, they've got...more
Before my trip to London, I went all out crazy looking for the best place for afternoon tea. With so many choices in the city and a range of prices from £20 to £60 or more per person, it was hard to pick one, but we ultimately settled for this one. We were skeptical and had high expectations due to the price - £40pp for the regular Afternoon tea with one of the classic tea blends. This is our...more