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Camellia's Tea House
2 Kingly CourtSohoLondonW1B 5PW
- +44 (0)20 7734 9939
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
This was an interesting experience, after eating a fatty burger the tea room was a very civilised london experience, the choice of teas was remarkable and the price very good.
I was disappointed that whilst i was paying my bill i had taken my gloves off and forgot to collect them. Ten minutes later i could not get anyone ones attention, one waitress tried to be helpful, but the management...more
This place is an absolute gem tucked away off of Carnaby Street. I wandered in on a Saturday afternoon and it was nearly packed, so I recommend reservations. My husband and I enjoyed a delicious afternoon tea with the most perfect little scones, jam and clotted cream. It's a nice, homey atmosphere, as some of the other posters have described. We found the service to be very good.
Afternoon tea is an oddity. Long associated with Britishness, the truth is that few Brits actually have afternoon tea more than once in their lifetimes let alone once a week as tourists may suppose. So I always feel slight bemusement when visitors ask me where to go for afternoon tea in London - I really don't know. So in part to better prepare me for such questions and in (larger) part due to...more
Camellia sinense. Camellia's tea house. Quite clever.
On a beautiful November day whose afternoon turned black, cold, wet and windy we found Camellia's Tea House. We did not find the business we sought. It lives no more. That is another story.
But the search got us cold, wet and wet-footed and Camellia's Tea House was an excellent place to stop for warming beverages.
Fie and shame...more
+ 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
- overpriced. seriously overpriced. stick to the cream tea because...more