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
Perhaps there are so many people desperate to find the good in a place that they fall in love too easily. Surely not with this place though. I have worked nearby for 6 months and made the mistake of giving it a second chance. On both the first and second occasions I tried to get some food at lunchtime. Big mistake. Small portions of overpriced food await....if you get them. On both...more
Lovely place, homely atmosphere. Feels very authentic, despite the whole American hipster vibe.
Tea was great, food was fine, hot chocolate must be avoided. They do not serve coffee.more
Hugely disappointing from start to finish.
So, first things first. I work in Vauxhall, so have visited lots of the surrounding cafes and pubs to Tea House Theatre. This place has always met a 'meh' reaction from everyone in the office whenever it's been suggested, but a good review from a colleague who went for afternoon tea persuaded me otherwise.
I went for a meeting here a few months...more
On outward appearance this tea house looks attractive and comfortable. It's situated on the edge of the park so the outlook is good.
We arrived right on opening time, 8:00am one Friday morning - hoping for a good breakfast before work.
Our experience was disappointing. It was mid-winter, but the heating had not yet been activated, so the space, which was empty except for us and the two...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