The Tea House Theatre is a welcoming cafe, serving full English breakfasts, proper sandwiches, loose leaf tea and cakes, from locally sourced ingredients.
The Tea House Theatre has a regular programe of events, from knitting and chess clubs to theatre shows and comedy.
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Tea House Theatre
134 Vauxhall WalkLambethLondonSE11 5ER
- +44 20 7207 4585
- Public transport:
- Vauxhall, Underground
Meeting a friend for breakfast before she had to start work and she took me to a tea house that she has been talking about for a long time. Lovely quaint location and look. They have a knitting group that meets during the week and a very welcoming atmosphere. The breakfast menu is your regular - although they had on offer a Scottish breakfast with haggis which was different. I picked the eggs...more
I had tea at The Tea House Theatre in London, England on 5/22/2015. It was my 1st time there. I was told that I had stumbled on a "gem in London" and I believe that I did. I had a pot of tea for 6.00 pounds (there are many varieties to choose from). The location across from the park is wonderful and The Tea House Theatre itself has a warm and comfy feel. My server, the beautiful blond...more
The Tea House Theatre is an oasis in the middle of bustly Vauxhall, and an absolute must to visit, as the name suggests, if you're a tea fan, with a host of leaf teas on offer.
Spacious and characterful, you can get massive pots of tea for £5/6 or just a mug of tea for £2. Plentiful cakes are also on offer, though perhaps not if you're here in the evening.
Currently, they have an endearing...more
This place is fantastic! If you're looking for an authentic English afternoon tea experience that's not touristy and that won't burn a whole in your wallet, check them out.
The traditional tea service was great, they had a about 10 teas to choose from and an array of finger foods. We tried the Assam tea and it was strong and crisp, just the way we like it.
The 25 pound deluxe tea experience...more
Wow! What more can I say. Talk about a hidden gem nestling in the heart of Vauxhall. An old pub that has been converted into a Tea House selling (how surprising) tea and cake.
The cakes are very temptingly arranged on the tables to give you a good sight of what's on offer and I defy you to resist. The problem is not giving in to gluttony.
In addition, a proscenium arch in the middle of the...more