Awarded 'Top London Afternoon Tea 2009' by The Tea Guild, The English Tea Room at Brown's Hotel in London is a tribute to all things English.Decorated with wooden panelling and ornate ceilings, the English Tea Room takes this tradition to another level, recognised by also receiving The Tea Guild's 'Award of Excellence' two years in a row. As well as enjoying sandwiches and a selection of teas - including Brown's own blend - you can indulge in delights such as warm scones with champagne strawberry jam and clotted cream, passion fruit tennis balls, Pimm's jelly, strawberry tartlets and raspberry macaroons; all of these can be enjoyed as you listen to the sounds of the Baby Grand Piano.Traditional Afternoon Tea costs £39.50 per person.
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The English Tea Room at Brown's Hotel
Albermarle StreetLondonGreater LondonW1S 4BP
- +44 20 7493 6020
Very traditional and classic atmosphere.
You can enjoy two kinds or more pot of tea by one visit.
Food is also authentic and nothing to fancy.
Queen Victoria sponge cake may be the signature dish but it is too classic for me, awfully sweet.more
I was a little disappointed with the sandwiches (mainly) and scones, but was so happy to finally be getting any service at all. We didn't have to constantly look around to find someone and then try to get their attention. We were able to actually enjoy ourselves without having to put in work. A little pricey for what you get, but very enjoyable on a winter evening.more
Had a lovely tea here with a fellow American visiting for the weekend. They have a special Agatha Christie tea on during September '15 which we ordered. A 4 o'clock sitting (our lunch and dinner) and as they didn't have loads of bookings after us they happily gave us two additional pots of tea to try after we finished our first. The tea itself was delicious. We sampled the afternoon blend,...more
Great british experience in a traditional environment.
Sometimes you want to feel special. Well you are special my boy, but sometimes you want to do something different, something you won't do it every week. And as my lady came to me and for the first time in UK, I wanted to do something special with her with a lot of british taste. And there are a few things less british than Afternoon Tea....more
I've only been to one other High Tea so really didn't know to give this place a 4 or a 5.. but this really is as good as it gets. It must be.
Ok - picture this. You sit down, you get waitered on your every need, just enough not to be too over bearing. The tea arrives on a stand next to your table. You reach to get it only to find that whenever you want tea, someone will always be around to...more