The Top 10 Traditional Afternoon Teas in London

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We've rounded up the Top 10 Traditional Afternoon Tea's to try out around London.

The Ritz

Setup 2014

An English institution, The Ritz serves a classic Afternoon Tea with 6 types of sandwiches and assortment of pastries and cakes that are always changing. This is all enjoyed beneath a beautiful glazed skylight in the regal Palm Court.
Priced at £57 per person

Browns Hotel 

Enjoy Afternoon Tea at London's first ever hotel in Brown's Hotel. Located in Mayfair, you can even eat until your hearts content as sandwiches are refillable.
Priced at £65 per person.

The Landmark 


This highly popular Afternoon Tea is set within a Grade-II great Victorian railway hotel, with stunning views in the central atrium with glass roof.
Priced at £45 per person.

Grosvenor House

Located on the famous Park Lane, the Traditional Afternoon Tea is currently themed around winter flavours and you also have the option of enjoying free-flowing Champagne with your Afternoon Tea.
Priced at £42.50/£55.00 with free-flowing Champagne.

Egerton House


In this luxury townhouse hotel, you can enjoy the Traditional Afternoon Tea with delights such as chocolate orange brown and lemon & poppyseed gateaux. Egerton House also have a gluten-free and vegan specific Afternoon Tea menu, so no one must miss out.
Priced at £45 per person.

Fortnum & Mason

Fortnums have been frontrunners in hospitality since 1707 and is one of the iconic destinations for Afternoon Tea in London. You also get to enjoy a selection from the cake carriage as part of your Afternoon Tea which is ideal for those with a sweet tooth.
Priced from £52.50 per person

Rotunda at Four Seasons


Not only is Afternoon Tea at Rotunda a more affordable price of £35, it also promises a divine selection of pastries and is served in the elegant Rotunda Lounge that features a spectacular domed ceiling. 
From £35 per person

The Dorchester 

Award-winning cakes and tartlets such as a mango and passion fruit tart and a vanilla sponge with cranberry white chocolate ganache grace this Traditional Afternoon Tea's menu, with Afternoon Tea at The Dorchester being their most highly rated meal served at the famous hotel.
Priced from £60 per person.

The Langham


Not only will you enjoy a wonderful Afternoon Tea at The Langham, but you are also sure to experience only the best in service, having been crowned winners in the best Tea Service category at the Afternoon Tea Awards 2018.
Priced at £55 per person.


Rubens at The Palace

In the heart of London, this Traditional Afternoon Tea features a royal flair with English rose macaroon and royal chocolate biscuit cake and is the perfect spot to watch the activity at the Royal Mews opposite.
Priced at £45 per person.


A special mention must also be given to Coworth Park that is in Ascot, rather than London, and were the winners of our Traditional Afternoon Tea Award at the Afternoon Tea Awards 2018. Their Meadow Afternoon Tea features spring flavours including poppy seed and lime drizzle cake and a lemon verbena and English raspberry mousse.
Priced from £35 per person.

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