The St Paul's branch of popular London bakery Bea's Cake Boutique is a space where people can enjoy afternoon tea in a gorgeous setting next to St. Paul's Cathedral. Shortlisted in the Restaurant Bar and Design Awards and winner of Retail Week’s best small shop design award, the space is Bea's interpretation of the modern tea room, where the focus is on foods and the fine company you are in.
Our homemade cakes and fab teas and coffee make it the perfect break for city workers and local shoppers who are tired of the same old high street chains littering the area.
|Average main course||£24.50 per diner|
|Average food spend||£25.50 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
Bea's Cake Boutique St Paul's
83 Watling StreetLondonEC4M 9BX
- +44 (0)20 7236 4437
- Public transport:
- Mansion House, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Bea's Cake Boutique St Paul's
(3.5 stars) Gluten-friendly hi-tea. Delicious dessert items. Very beautiful presentation. Overall everything tasted good. I made a reservation for gluten-free high-tea on a Thursday afternoon. It wasn't very busy.
Each sandwich had a generous amount of cream cheese that day which I probably shouldn't have eaten since my stomach is sensitive to dairy. I found there were too many sweet... more
This place is pretty crowded, but enjoyable. We ordered cream tea -- which came with plenty of clotted cream, but not quite enough jam. Tea was delicious, ambiance was great. The other baked goods looked very enticing, too.
Everyone else was pretty well-dressed, but it could be that folks came directly from work. more
The place is tight. There wasn't a huge variety when I went. I didn't think what I tried was fresh. But I have had visited farridgton shop and the pastries were really good. more
Tea was good but the scones were stale and the clotted cream was not fresh.
If you're looking for a traditional afternoon tea spot, keep looking. more
If you're in the area and desperate for afternoon tea just drink out of a toilet than come here. The service was lacking, the sandwiches are mostly bread filled with lies. The tea was bland and had no depth. The cream, jam, and pastries were generic grocery store brand made by a man with his souls ripped out by his former love and no longer sees the light. The church was cool to walk by though. more