Afternoon tea in London, but not mega bucks.

(16 Posts)
theladylovescupcakes Mon 18-Mar-13 21:51:54

Have done Claridges, which was fab, bit looking for something a little less costly. Any suggestions? Thanks v much.

SeashellHoarder Tue 19-Mar-13 14:14:44

Fwiw Groupon have some fab deals.

dinkystinky Tue 19-Mar-13 14:16:00

Fortnum and Masons?

Haberdashery Tue 19-Mar-13 14:21:30

Liberty is nice. It's not as posh as Claridges but the actual food is tons nicer. £55 for a champagne tea for two.

www.liberty.co.uk/pws/client/pdf/menu-afternoontea-nov12.pdf

EarnestDullard Tue 19-Mar-13 14:22:34

The Wolseley is lovely, a bit less formal than Claridges and costs about £20ish pp. Also The Orangery at Kensington Palace in Hyde Park, especially if the weather's nice. That's about £18 pp I think.

TheDoctrineOfSnatch Tue 19-Mar-13 14:23:10

Travel zoo quite often has good deals on this sort of thing.

theladylovescupcakes Wed 20-Mar-13 17:51:29

Sorry for taking so long to come back, had forgotten I'd posted this! Thanks for the suggestions, will have a look at all.

caramelgirl Wed 20-Mar-13 17:53:03

Sketch on Conduit Street is a super costly and cool resto but afternoon tea (one nice tea and cake) is easily sub £10. Ditto Yauatcha on Berwick Street

outtolunchagain Wed 20-Mar-13 18:26:17

Would second the Wolsley

iklboo Wed 20-Mar-13 18:40:49

Afternoon Tea website has lots of good deals.

Haberdashery Wed 20-Mar-13 21:59:48

Sketch is great - the loos are hilarious.

MsPepperminCreams Wed 27-Mar-13 07:49:10

National Portrait Museum, and the Charing Cross Hotel.

MsPepperminCreams Wed 27-Mar-13 07:49:31

*National Portrait Gallery

bootsycollins Wed 27-Mar-13 07:56:43

You can have afternoon tea at the National Portrait Gallery?

MsPepperminCreams Wed 27-Mar-13 10:48:11

Yes, in their restaurant on the top floor. I went a couple of years ago for my birthday. Great views of London, and it was about £20-£25 a head.

iklboo Wed 27-Mar-13 18:41:32

Slight aside - a guy at work saw a cafe offering afternoon tea for £9.99. One cheese sandwich cut in 4, a supermarket scone heated in the microwave & topped with squirty cream (scone still hot so the cream immediately melted and went awful) & a Mr Kipling French Fancy.

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