Tea Rooms in London

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It's a drink we hold dear to our hearts. We've found the best outlets in the city that understand tea and listed them in the following selection of tea rooms in London. Nothing soothes the soul like a well brewed cup of tea, so take your pick from our recommended list of tea rooms in London and enjoy some scintillating fusions in the capital.
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#11

111 Long Lane, London Bridge, London, SE1 4PH
(020) 7357 6281

The Old School Yard is a fun bar that serves a wide choice of cocktails, spirits and lagers. The resident DJs spin classic old skool tracks that will have you skidding across the dance floor once again.

  • The Best London Bridge Bar!
  • Carefully crafted cocktails made with premium products
  • Funky “old school” music
  • Outside seating area, karaoke rooms available
  • Free area bookings and no hire charges

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Betty Blythe


Betty Blythe is an adorable, fine food pantry and cafe with a 1920s theme throughout including the waitresses' uniforms, music and china tea set.

73 Blythe Road, Brook Green, LONDON, W14 0HP
(020) 7602 1177

Candy Cafe

#198

Candy Cafe boasts one of the best selections of drinks and desserts in Chinatown.

First Floor, 3 Macclesfield Street, Chinatown, London, W1D 6AU
(020) 7434 4581

Orange Pekoe


At Orange Pekoe on White Hart Lane you can enjoy a superb variety of teas from around the globe.

3 White Hart Lane, London, SW13 0PX
(020) 8876 6070

Postcard Teas

#3046

Sample from the amazing selection of teas in store at Postcard or take some away with you along with tea accessories, ceramics and postcards.

9 Dering Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 1AG
(020) 7629 3654

Sacred Cafe


Sacred is an intimate option on Ganton Street with some perfect fusions available for the connoisseur from English to Detox.

Carnaby Street Precinct, 13 Ganton Street, London, W1F 9BL
(020) 7734 1415

Yumchaa


Yumchaa – a suitable marriage of the word yummy and chaa, meaning tea, directly translated from Cantonese as drink tea - is a quirky teahouse and cafe in the hub of Soho, baby sister to Yumchaa in Camden.

45 Berwick Street, Soho, London, W1F 8SF