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4 out of 5 Based on 30 reviews


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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2 Kingly Court, Soho, London, W1B 5PW

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4 out of 5 based on 30 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Camellia's Tea House

5.0 out of 5 26 February 2014
by Elly R.

This place is a diamond in the rough. Located off a quiet street inside a courtyard, it may be a bit difficult to find, but the serenity of the neighborhood and absolutely delicious tea and bite size sweets are definitely a find. Tea is served in beautiful decorated tea cups my grandma would be proud of. It's inexpensive, especially compared to tea time at a hotel. Street mariachi band...more

1.0 out of 5 30 January 2014
by Nilüfer T.

Seems like a nice tea House but offer a Bad experience, I ordered a jasmine tea with a chocolate cake, tea was extremely cold and they brought me a carrot cake, ı asked them to change it and they brought me another cold tea with a chocolate cake which has been cooked couple of days ago. It looks like a nice place but absolutely a bad customer Experience, my recommendation would be just go and...more

5.0 out of 5 7 January 2014
by Courtney L.

The small tearoom is just lovely - they offer a huge variety of teas along with information about them. The interior design is quite creative and really enjoyable, like you're in a fairy tale. Beware that you'll be surrounded by cups and saucers hanging on the walls and all sorts of individuals from the hipster crowd.

The facilities were clean and as for the service - it can't get any...more

4.0 out of 5 30 December 2013
by Bec K.

Found this place on a google search for tea houses in London, so decided to meet some friends there for tea.

I phoned ahead to make a reservation, as i wasn't sure if they would be busy. Boy am i glad i did.

Finding this place was a little more difficult than i thought. But once i realised it was inside the Kingly Court, it was much easier.

The tea house itself is super cute, and I loved...more

5.0 out of 5 3 November 2013
by Emma D.

There were multiple points this afternoon where I felt I simply had to exclaim, "this place is just so cute!"

And I did. And it was.

There were 12 of us in for high tea, and Camellia's is not an enormous tea house by any means, and we were carefully given one length of wall across 3 long tables. Perfect organisation.

We had preordered and the tea, sandwiches and scones (2 each!) arrived on...more