About Camellia's Tea House

A uniquely British offering, Camellia’s Tea House on London’s iconic Carnaby Street is borne out of a passion for all things tea. Quirky and individual, yet entirely traditional at the same time, Camellia’s is a refuge from the tourist trappings of the streets below, occupying an enviable location atop Kingly Court. Highly acclaimed, Camellia’s Tea House offers not only delicious tea and cakes but an array of artisan created foods ideal for relaxed luncheons and glorious afternoon teas which demand you relax and breathe in the atmosphere of your surroundings. Tea is much more than just a hot drink here, as you’re invited to select from a wide range of house blends and traditional flavours from the wide array of teas and infusions as well as coffees, smoothies and lassis, all served in pretty mix and match china and glassware.

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Prices and Opening Times

£25 and under

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Venue Details & Map

Address
2 Kingly Court
Soho
London
W1B 5PW
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Yelp Reviews

3 out of 5 based on 36 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Camellia's Tea House

3.0 out of 5 13 August 2014
by Sebastien P.

En balade dans Soho, Nous nous sommes rendu au "Camelia's tea House", une petite boutique sans prétention.

Elle paye pas de mine, la salle est pas immense mais plaisamment lumineuse. Mieux faut ne pas se pointer en heures creuses par contre car les places sont rares et convoités. Avant d'en ressortir, il est possible d'effectuer quelques emplettes de certains de leurs produits présents sur...more

3.0 out of 5 10 August 2014
by J P.

I so so so wanted to love this place and that it would be special.

It looks like a lovely artistically and tastefully decorated tea place. The food also looks good.

The scones wirh jam and clotted cream were good. However the cake had a rigid, dense and unfresh sponge that the perfumed cream layer and topping could not compensate for.

The manager behing the till evidently did not have...more

3.0 out of 5 10 July 2014
by Kai M.

Pros:

+ scones are tiny but delish

+ the tea is really, really good--everything from their tisanes to their black teas--and brewed properly (hugely important)

+ they have a gluten-free orange semolina cake which is sweet as all heck but absolutely delicious

+ cute setting, away from the bustle, with a pleasant vibe

Cons:

- overpriced. seriously overpriced. stick to the cream tea because...more

4.0 out of 5 2 May 2014
by Vera H.

This place has the most fascinating tea room I've been at. The tea selection they have isn't the biggest one but it's quite good. The waiters are very kind and always ready to help. In short Camellia's Tea House worth the visit.more

3.0 out of 5 15 April 2014
by Sewwie W.

On another tea adventure~

This time I've travelled to London's Carnaby street to a lovely little place called 'Camellia's Tea House ' , all the teas were blended on site and covered 5 pages of different teas. After a long consideration I chose 'Cherry Blossom' Tea with hints of berry and rose aromas

If you liked the tea you can also buy them to take home to enjoy sweet!more

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