Tea and Tattle is a traditional tea room with an Oriental twist. Tea and Tattle specialise in afternoon tea with loose leaf tea, fresh coffee, hand made cakes and sandwiches, pastries, scones, jam and smoothies.
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Tea and Tattle
41 Great Russell StreetLondonWC1B 3PE
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
Very lovely place for tea. They serve the tea as courses, so sandwich comes first then scones and cake - they really make sure you take your time with the food. Make sure you make a reservation online because the space is so small. Their scones were amazing!more
Fab afternoon tea alert!
Situated opposite the British Museum, you would think it's an over priced cafe, but it is so not! At £17.50 for a full afternoon tea, it's pretty reasonable, especially for the quality of food and service.
Small-ish venue, v friendly and knowledgeable people working here, v tasty sandwiches, delightful and fluffy scones -with superb jams- and great (taste wise and...more
I've been to a few tea places around London due to my love of the tradition and I'm very happy that I came here.
Forget the frilly, expensive places. Tea and tattle was a hidden gem near the museum. The place holds about 8 tables so make sure to make a reservation on open table.
We were seated immediately. The sandwiches were a good portion and freshly made. And my oh my, the clotted...more
You must try the raspberry and vanilla jam on your scones. So delicious!
This place is located in the downstairs area of a book shop, make sure you don't miss the staircase leading down on your right as you enter.
Good prices for tea and scones, the combination was less than 10£.
Friendly staff, cute area, and just the feel I was going for: classic tea in fine bone China in a casual...more
I'm so happy I got to try this place! I wanted to sit down for some tea after visiting the British Museum (which was pretty exhausting, not gonna lie) and saw this place across the street. It looked cute enough from the outside (my judgement criteria...) so I went in. At first I was confused because I saw a cashier and a bookstore behind him, so I thought I might have walked into the wrong...more