Afternoon teas in London have exploded in popularity in recent years with many tourists and locals looking to find the best afternoon tea in London. The city offers a wide variety of afternoon teas from Disney themed afternoon teas to afternoon tea on a London bus. With so many afternoon teas available it’s easy to find cheap afternoon teas in London that won’t break the bank. Here are our suggestions…
The Fan Museum
Price: £9 + Entry Fee (£5)
The best value for money afternoon tea in London has to be at The Fan Museum in Greenwich. For a fraction of the cost of most hotel afternoon teas you’ll enjoy a refreshing pot of tea with delicious scones, carrot cake and your choice of lemon drizzle or salted caramel brownie.
The Wallace Restaurant Afternoon Tea
Price: £18.75 or £26 with a glass of fizz
Located at the beautiful Wallace Collection Gallery not too far from Hyde Park, this is the perfect afternoon tea for art lovers. With homemade finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones and an assortment of Peyton and Byrne mini cakes and pastries you’ll be in for a treat.
Bea’s Signature Afternoon Tea
Price: £28 or £36 with champagne
One of the more expensive afternoon teas in our list but one you won’t regret spending a little extra on is found at Bea’s of Bloomsbury and can be enjoyed at either the Bloomsbury, St Paul or Marylebone location. They offer not only the standard afternoon tea but also vegetarian and wheat free options.
Gallery Mess Afternoon Tea
Price: £22 or £29.50 with champagne
Gallery Mess, located at the Saatchi Gallery is popular for dining due to its beautiful setting and charming atmosphere. They even offer a mini afternoon tea that’s perfect for children for only £7.50
Chateau de Villandry Afternoon Tea
Grand Cafe Villandry offers afternoon tea at both the St James and Great Portland locations which include an array of mini sandwiches, toasted scones and a beautifully delicate cake platter freshly made from their bakery. They also have gluten free and vegan options available.
Afternoon Tea with The German
Price: £18.50 or £23 with a glass of sparkling wine
Not a place I would have expected to see an afternoon tea is The German Gymnasium located near King’s Cross St Pancras. It’s an English afternoon tea with a German twist so great for those looking for something slightly different. They also have a gluten free and vegetarian version available.
Roast Afternoon Tea
Price: £16 or £25 with a glass of sparkling wine
Can you ask for a more London setting for an afternoon tea than overlooking the hustle and bustle of Borough Market? With vegetarian and gluten free options and even a kids menu for only £10, they have an afternoon tea for everyone.
There you have it, several cheap afternoon teas in London you can do that won’t destroy your budget. Have you done any of them before? Let us know in the comments
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