Enjoy the glamour of the 1920s with vintage afternoon tea and cake in West London. Betty Blythe is the ideal setting for hen parties, baby showers, children's parties and elegant brunch. Adults can also indulge in sophisticated savoury canapes and cocktails as part of The Great Gatsby Experience. Betty's Boudoir provides a dress-up box so you can look the part.
Venue Details & Map
73 Blythe Road
Brook GreenLondonW14 0HP
- +44 (0)20 7602 1177
- Public transport:
- Olympia, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Betty Blythe
What an amazing experience! A group of us gals went and we had an amazing time! The locale is named after American actress, Betty Blythe from the 1920s and is in homage to her.
This isn't your fussy high tea experience, it is all about being silly, having fun, playing dress up and enjoying great tea and cakes/sandwiches. It's a 15 min walk from the Hammersmith station, and is... more
Great on weekdays. Flat white in a china cup, a big gooey banana caramel muffin. Yum. Maybe a seat outside in the sun to read the paper. Excellent variety of teas. But unpredictable at weekends and erratically open for non-hen-party customers. When they are open, they often don't seem to have many/any pastries, either. Just wish they would have a clearer policy at weekends because I have been... more
This adorable little place is a great when you need a friendly environment to have a warm cuppa and a slice of cake!
The owner Lulu is delightful and always willing to go the extra mile when it comes to serving her customers.
Go to this cute place its completely worth the short walk from Shepherd's Bush, Baron's Ct and Hammersmith! more
The most adorable place to have tea.
You will be seated in a private room downstairs where there is a variety of hats, and other accessories to play dress up with.
The staff is very friendly.
The tea and cakes were delicious. more
A group of girls went to Betty Blythe's for a friends 40th birthday and had the most lovely afternoon.
We all dressed up for the occasion, knowing that it was a special day.
We had the whole tea room booked for two hours for our group, which made it very personal.
Downstairs is a dressing room filled with 1920's outfits and accessories. We all dressed up with head dresses, pearls, gloves,... more