The Tea House Theatre is a welcoming cafe, serving full English breakfasts, proper sandwiches, loose leaf tea and cakes, from locally sourced ingredients.
The Tea House Theatre has a regular programe of events, from knitting and chess clubs to theatre shows and comedy.
Venue Details & Map
Tea House Theatre
134 Vauxhall WalkLondonSE11 5ER
- +44 (0)20 7207 4585
- Public transport:
- Vauxhall, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Tea House Theatre
LOVED this place. We stumbled across it and ended up going 2 days in a row! I will definitely visit when I come back. We played board games, the owner and staff were very friendly and accommodating, and you can't tell me the little knit sweaters on the tea pots aren't cute as heck! Food was great and I would highly recommend snacking on the English Tea...crumpets and add on the house tea. I... more
Such a calm cafe minutes from Vauxhall station. Breakfast served all day - the Scottish breakfast is as big as Scotland itself. While they don't serve coffee (clues in the title of the place) they have an enormous selection of tea some of the more unusual being quite pricey and huge cakes dotted around the place on each table.
They really stick by their word to not hurry people along; you... more
This is a good place to spend an afternoon on the laptop.
However, I am forced to decrease my previous rating from 4 to 3 stars due to the quality of the red velvet cake, which was less than desirable. The icing tasted like it is was a pre made Tesco number, while the cake itself was dry, and believe it or not, had a hint of lemon - not quite what I was expecting when I ordered red velvet.... more
Having walked past this intriguing little place on several occasions on the way to and from the art galleries popping up around Vauxhall I was glad to finally have time to stop for tea and cake. Less quaint and quiet than usual due to Black Pride turning the area into a party zone we were still happy for a table in the sunshine.
My friend and I shared a large pot of darjeeling - proper leaf... more
I ordered the house tea and crumpets both were delightful. Quirky place with nice classical music and prefect atmosphere for brunch. Came back the next day for afternoon tea. more