Just a minute's walk from Trafalgar Square, the flagship BB Bakery is an impressive hideaway. A team of French pastry chefs adhere to your every whim, providing classic French delicacies, freshly squeezed orange juice and even a selection of fine tea from Betjeman & Barton, served in a proper tea pot. Don’t miss their speciality, the Afternoon Tea.
|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
Afternoon Tea @ BB Bakery - Covent Garden - Traditional afternoon tea £29 per person (Monday - Friday)
Food and DrinkValid from 7 January 2016 to 7 July 2020
This offer is available from January 7, 2016 until July 7, 2020, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Offer excludes service and includes VAT. Not available in conjunction with other offers.Now £29.00
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Afternoon Tea @ BB Bakery - Covent Garden
6-7 Chandos PlaceCovent GardenLondonWC2N 4HU
- Public transport:
- Charing Cross, Underground
A friend gifted me the tea bus tour for my London trip. She is so sweet and I could not thank her enough. It was relaxing and I saw parts of London that I had no plans to visit. They were running a little late because the prior group took longer so they served us a complimentary champagne while we wanted for the bus to start the tour. They thought of everything. I sat on the top deck and...more
We were in the area wanting to sit down with a cake and a cup of tea, BB Bakery delivered on exactly that.
We ordered a mille-feuille, a lemon meringue tart and the royal (super chocolaty cake) and whilst all three were good, the lemon meringue was a above the rest.
The decor is very girly and quaint, loved it. The upstairs has more tables but downstairs has lovely nooks and crannies....more
Had tea and cake here. The cake was yummy and there were many choices. I really like the ambience as well. The top part is nicer as it has windows but even the downstairs is really nice s d cozy. The staff is friendly and the prices are decent.more
My daughter discovered BB Bakery's Afternoon Tea Tour (on a vintage double decker Routemaster bus); it sounded like great fun. I planned it right after a 3 1/2 hour walking tour and planned to grab a small lunch or snack afterwards, if the fare wasn't such that it could count as lunch.
The fare was colorful, well presented, tasty and satisfying. There was no need of any meal supplementing....more
I've been watching Bake Off: creme de la creme and craving a patisserie style cake. BB had good reviews and I can see why!
Coffee and any cake for £8.80, not bad for central London. I went for the waiter's recommendation as it was hard to tell what everything was from their names. It was really tasty, lovely buttery thin pastry and delicious raspberry and pistachio filling. The coffee wasn't...more