Posts Tagged “afternoon tea restaurant”

Chai Bazaar at Chor Bizarre – Teatime treats & traditional temptations – review

Chai Bazaar at Chor Bizarre – Teatime treats & traditional temptations – review

(This restaurant is now closed) Chai Bazaar at Chor Bizarre was London’s first Indian Tea Bar. Other restaurants serve tea but, take my word for it, tea and its associated snacks at Chai Bazaar are an experience, and one seldom found outside the subcontinent. These days the bar isn’t a physical structure, but rather a…

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The Royal Lancaster London Hotel Peter Pan Afternoon Tea – review

The Royal Lancaster London Hotel Peter Pan Afternoon Tea – review

Peter is a seven-day-old infant who, “like all infants”, used to be part bird. Peter has complete faith in his flying abilities, so, upon overhearing a discussion of his future adult life, he is able to escape through the window of his London home and return to Kensington Gardens. Well, who can blame him? He…

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Toms Deli, London – restaurant review

Toms Deli, London – restaurant review

Westbourne Grove still looks delightful even in a snow storm. The lights of Toms (the Tom in question owns several other London eateries and is also Terrence Conran’s son) were welcoming, although the light from almost anything other than a fridge door would have been a relief in such conditions. The Westbourne Grove locals love…

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Indigo Afternoon Tea – One Aldwych Hotel – restaurant review

Indigo Afternoon Tea – One Aldwych Hotel – restaurant review

Indigo Restaurant at One Aldwych Hotel is the ideal spot for a spot of tea. Its unique location allows for the essential “people watching” without the disadvantages of traffic fumes and noise, and with the added benefit of those aforementioned people being kept at a healthy distance. You’ll have a good view of the moving…

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Front Room at Flemings Mayfair – afternoon tea review

Front Room at Flemings Mayfair – afternoon tea review

Opened in 1851, Flemings Hotel in Mayfair is one of London’s oldest hotels. It was converted from six Georgian townhouses but now this historic building has been restored to a tasteful and luxurious haven. Flemings is a chic discreet townhouse hotel set in the heart of one of London’s most exclusive areas, Mayfair. The hotel…

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Afternoon Tea at Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill

Afternoon Tea at Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill

Afternoon tea is very much in vogue these days, so why wouldn’t you have a traditional afternoon tea in London, the capital of European tea-drinking? If you are going to the trouble of visiting London then you want to enjoy afternoon tea at its best and that’s just what Hyatt Regency The Churchill offers. This…

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