The Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon at Fortnum & Mason was opened by HM The Queen, and pays homage to the timeless traditions of afternoon tea. Epitomising the sophistication that has made Fortnum & Mason such an institution, tea is served besides a grand piano in the luxurious salon, with classic sandwiches, scones and patisseries all making an appearance. The extensive tea selection at Fortnum & Mason covers a wealth of options from around the globe.
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Venue Details & Map
Fortnum & Mason Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon
181 PiccadillyLondonW1J 9EH
- Public transport:
- Green Park, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Fortnum & Mason Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon
Lovely afternoon British adventure. 4.75 stars
Food: 4.5, Atmosphere: 5, Service: 3.5
Cost to worth it rating: 4 (less expensive than other fancy tea rooms)
Return worthiness: yes
- Atmosphere: piano playing upon entry, lovely large tea room with light blue walls. I was expecting a grandma's bedroom and was pleasantly surprised.
- Platewear: Tiffany-like plates were delightful... more
We made a reservation for a special occasion. However, the hostess (Eugenia?) did not check us in correctly and gave us a table not in the best location when we requested to be closer to the piano. Staff is pleasant but make sure the hostess checks you in properly.
Overall a very nice ambience and experience. Everything was delicious, waiter was very sweet but disappointed with the hostess.... more
"Do you liiike flAy-voor?" the TEA somm asked me in his thick British accent, just inches away from my face. "Yes?" I reply- glancing at my husband for support in my decision... I mean... what do I know about tea in a country where they have a TEA SOMM helping you chart your way through a bible size book of options. Nothing. I knew nothing; but the somm was here to help guide me and share his... more
A lovely high tea experience that is traditional and luxurious without being pretentious. The Tea Salon is located on the 4th floor of Fortnum & Mason. The dress code is "smart casual", which basically means just don't dress like a homeless person. My boyfriend and I wore jeans and sweaters and were warmly welcomed by the staff. We made a reservation on their website, which was easy to... more
I had one day in London. Every time I travel solo, I try to book an activity or a dinner reservation for each day so I make sure I get out of the hotel room (introvert problems). For London, I booked afternoon tea at Fortnum and Mason, and I was completely dazzled.
The tea salon is on the top floor of what I can only describe as a tea department store, including home goods and beauty... more