Top 10 themed Afternoon Teas in London

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Missed out on the Beauty and the Beast Afternoon Tea? Never fear - London has a great variety of wonderful other themed experiences that will make your dreams come true!

1. Science Afternoon Tea at The Ampersand Hotel

Enjoy the brand-new Sherlock Holmes Afternoon Tea in Kona at Taj 51 Buckingham Gate. Experience a mysterious selection of savoury and sweet treats inspired by London's most famous detective. The Sherlock Holme's Afternoon Tea offers a variety themed savoury goods including a Baker street pie, alongside cakes and pastries such as a Mrs Hudson's pudding. Find out more



2. Lock & Co Hatters Afternoon Tea - Sheraton Grand London Park Lane  Mayfair

Sheraton London Park Lane have created a beautiful menu with Lock & Co. Hatters - the world's oldest hat shop. Made using designs from the archives,  enjoy  pastries inspired by the world's most recognisable hats such as the bowler and the fedora.   More info



3. Mirror Room at Rosewood London

Experience Afternoon Tea with a twist at Rosewood London and indulge in their Art Afternoon Tea. This inventive new menu is inspired by London's vibrant and energetic art scene.

Experience Afternoon Tea with a twist at Rosewood London and indulge in their Art Afternoon Tea. This inventive new menu is inspired by London's vibrant and energetic art scene.

Served within in the elegant Mirror Room, their latest offering is inspired by the exhibition 'Rodin and the art of ancient Greece' at the British Museum.

The Rodin Afternoon Tea at The Mirror Room at Rosewood London features an exciting series of beautifully sculptural and intricate pastries created by Executive Pastry Chef Mark Perkins.

This Afternoon Tea will be available for the duration of the 'Rodin and the art of ancient Greece' exhibition, from 26th April to 29th July 2018. More info



4.  English Country Garden Afternoon Tea at The Marylebone Hotel Mayfair London

Celebrate summer with the charming English Country Garden Afternoon Tea at The Marylebone Hotel. Be transported to a tranquil English Country Garden scene in the heart of London by this seasonal Afternoon Tea experience. 

Created by Executive Chef Russell Ford, this quintessentially British Afternoon Tea has been designed to encapsulate an idyllic English country garden setting. More info



5. River Thames Afternoon Tea Cruise - City Cruises

Seeing London from the River Thames is an unforgettable way to view some of London's best landmarks. You can enjoy a delicious Afternoon Tea as you gaze at an endless stream of riverfront sights.

As the perfect antidote to a mornings serious retail therapy, or perhaps as a curtain raiser to an evening at the theatre, why not join us on the river for a relaxing cruise past London's riverside landmarks. And when you've finished off your tea, you can always stroll upstairs to take in the the 360 degree views of London's riverside landmarks.

A more elegant way to explore London's sights from the warmth and comfort of the City Cruises fleet. Find out more



6. Mad Hatter's Afternoon Tea at Sanderson


The Best Themed Afternoon Tea owner in Afternoon Tea Awards 2016, Sanderson, makes your Wonderland dream come true. Tumble down the rabbit hole for the 150th anniversary of Alice in Wonderland and enjoy all the splendour of Mad Hatter's Afternoon Tea.

Dining with teapots adorned with kings and queens, plates decorated with birdcages, carousels and ticking clocks upon which rest savoury. It may take some time to discover the hidden menus inside vintage books, but it is worth the time and the visit. Find out more



7. B Afternoon Tea Bus Tour

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Ever wonder how London looks differently when sipping a cup of tea on a ride by a bus?

This London red bus featured Afternoon Tea ride will guide you around the historical and modern sights in the city centre. Get on the bus from 8 Northumberland Avenue or Victoria Coach Station. You will be served with cakes and sandwiches chosen from the menu. Take a sip of the tea and start your journey.  Find out more

8. Momo - Mayfair

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Momo is an 'exotic haven of North African delight' that offers an authentic Mediterranean and Moroccan cuisine. The themed delights are accompanied by fresh scones and delicious sandwiches to create a tasty twist of traditional contemporary.

The exotic haven supplies a huge variation of teas: black tea, white tea, green tea, herbal infusions and even more for you to choose. Find out more




9. High Coffee InterContinental London Park Lane

Intercontinental London Park Lane have launched a one of a kind High Coffee experience for guests to enjoy. This new menu pairs sumptuous sweet and savoury delights with specially paired coffees to create a wholly unique taste sensation. Find out more



10. Sketch Gallery

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Michelin star-awarded sketch covers two expansive floors of a converted 18th-century building in Conduit Street, just off Regent Street in the exclusive neighbourhood of Mayfair.

British artist, David Shrigley, transformed the Gallery at sketch as part of the long-term programme of an artist-conceived restaurant. 239 new works line the restaurant's walls, forming the largest group of original drawings David Shrigley has ever exhibited. Shrigley uses the dining table as an auxiliary exhibition space, a platform for the presentation of new work by himself and three Michelin Starred Master Chef, Pierre Gagnaire. Find out more

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