This is perhaps my favorite, and one of my most memorable, afternoon teas – the Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea at Sanderson London. With a playful Alice In Wonderland theme, every last detail on the table is meant to delight and surprise. From the menus tucked inside vintage books, to sugar cubes stored in music boxes, and even marshmallows made in the shape of magical mushrooms.
For a less formal afternoon tea, try DS&D’s “Man’s Afternoon Tea” consisting of “a pint of lager, three doorstop sandwiches & a savoury scone. Pickles, pork scratchings & a Yorkie bar”. By the way, they’re also very good at catering to gluten-free diners.
You can get a cheap and splendid afternoon tea at the Fan Museum in Greenwich. The Ritz serves afternoon tea for per person, but you can get museum entry and a lovely full-serviced tea at the Fan Museum’s Orangery for just
Taking afternoon tea in the Orangery of a Georgian townhouse is almost as indulgently nostalgic as the eclectic collection of intricate fans, or “trifles” as history has often described them, on show at the Fan Museum
Afternoon Tea in London: 6 Affordable Options: Bea's of Bloomsbury
Afternoon Tea in London That's Not Cheap But Not Expensive Either
Afternoon tea in London is a wonderful tradition and I've enjoyed this pastime at many venues. Here are my favorite London afternoon tea locations that are not cheap but are also not shockingly expensive, with reviews to help you choose where to book.