The Best Venues For Afternoon Tea in London

Afternoon Tea has become more popular over the past 5 or 6 years and some hotels have seen an increase in bookings by up to 20%.  People are swapping business dinners and lunches for Afternoon Tea and friends are swapping the loud clubs and bars for a good catchup with their friends.   There are many hotels and department stores in London for a Traditional Afternoon Tea, here are just 5 of them.

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Right by Regents Park, in easy stumbling distance of Euston Square and Warren Street Tube Stations is a little slice of Art Deco combined with some great food – Positively 4th Street.

Want to drink and eat in a genuine English Pub, with loads of history and buckets of eccentricity? Also, great beers and food a must. The Seven Stars is for you. In one of the few buildings in this area to survive the Great Fire of London in 1666, its one of the oldest buildings and Pubs in this part of London.

In-between Islington and Angel lies The Compass, exactly what a great Gastro-Pub should be – restaurant quality food with all the relaxed atmosphere of a pub. Full of regulars, locals and visitors alike, a trip to The Compass is always welcoming and relaxed, the food is also exceptional. This mix of high-quality food and a relaxed, almost rustic, atmosphere is very rare in London and makes a welcome change from both fine-dining and pub-eating – you get the best of both worlds here and it makes a welcome third choice.

Tucked away in Mill Street, Mayfair, a mere straight line stroll from Savile Row and a stones throw from Regent Street is one of the best pubs in London. More than just a place to sit and drink a fine pint, The Windmill in Mayfair is also home to some of the finest pies in England.