Afternoon Tea at Harrods is a bucket list experience of experiences you must do when visiting London. Harrods has been serving customers for over 150 years. It began when Charles Henry Harrod opened a grocery shop in 1849, and by 1902 it was London's largest store, with 91 departments and more than 2,000 staff.
Afternoon Tea is served in The Harrods Tea Rooms on the Fourth Floor, which was formerly known as The Georgian Restaurant. The Harrods Tea Rooms offers quintessential British elegance in a room bursting with history having hosted the first Afternoon Tea dances.
Today, this iconic venue offers a delicious Afternoon Tea selection, featuring a unique take on the British tradition including a range of finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones and exquisite seasonally changing fancies.
Harrods is located in the heart of an exclusive area of London, just a short walk away from Knightsbridge Tube station.
Afternoon Tea is served 12pm - 7pm from Monday - Sunday
Gift Vouchers Available
Knightsbridge Tube Station
Afternoon Tea Rooms Reception team
In the Harrods Tea Rooms located on the 4th Floor
Smart casual. No sports shoes and trainers, wearing high-cut, Bermuda or beach shorts; swimwear; athletic singlets; cycling shorts; flip flops or thong sandals; with a bare midriff or bare feet; or wearing dirty or unkempt clothing. Please note that fancy dress, novelty and branded or promotional clothing is not permitted.
Children of all ages welcome
Yes, piano player
All major credit cards accepted
Yes, the room is accessible step free
Guide dogs only
Harrods do have Gluten Free Menu, however they cannot guarantee the presence of traces and cross-contamination
Harrods do have a vegan menu, however they cannot guarantee the presence of traces and cross-contamination
Harrods do have a nut free menu, however they cannot guarantee the presence of traces and cross-contamination
Afternoon Tea Awards 2018 - Highly Commended
Yes, available upon request
You will receive instant confirmation of your booking by email