Afternoon tea reviews
A long-term lover of afternoon tea, it has ‘accidentally’ became a tradition of mine to have afternoon tea at each new destination I visit. The idea all began during my first trip to Asia, when I visited Hong Kong and decided that I just had to have afternoon tea at The Peninsula. Chatting over the scones I started talking about how great it would be to try out different afternoon teas around the world and in that moment my ‘Global Afternoon Tea Challenge’ was born! Since then I’ve been on the look out for exciting, quirky or renowned afternoon teas wherever I travel – and I regularly make time for afternoon teas at home here in the UK. Here’s where my Global Afternoon Tea Challenge has taken me so far! Keri x
If you’re a regular reader of our blog, you’ll know how much we love afternoon tea. We’ve enjoyed the British tradition all over the world, from Berlin to Shanghai; but nothing beats the feeling of afternoon tea right here in the UK. Over recent years afternoon tea has grown in popularity, not only amongst us Brits, but for the abundance of tourists who visit the country each year. Gone are the days where only a traditional afternoon tea was on offer, as venues across the UK now provide everything from Rock ‘n’ Roll afternoon teas, to those with an alcoholic twist. One thing is for sure, when it comes to…
Suffolk House, Penang is a recently restored colonial mansion that makes for a super special location to enjoy afternoon tea in Georgetown.
Looking for an affordable afternoon tea in Bristol with a relaxed setting? We recommend the Keepers Kitchen & Bar in the Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel.
Start the Christmas season off with a bang by enjoying a festive afternoon tea at JW Marriott Grosvenor House.
No 15 Great Pulteney is a wonderful place for afternoon tea in Bath. Visit not just for the lovely food, but also for its unique interior design!
I do love a good themed tea, and as I was a bit of a rocker in my earlier years I was doubly excited to find out there’s a rock ‘n’ roll afternoon tea in London. Two of my favourite things brought together – it was just too good to ignore! So I gave my friend a shout and headed to a rather upmarket hotel in South Kensington, London, to experience it for myself. The Gore Hotel is in a rather lovely area of the city, close to the Albert Hall and High Street Kensington. It’s on a leafy, tree-lined street, neighbouring townhouses with pretty flower boxes. The property and…
The Ritz Carlton Berlin is a wonderful place to have afternoon tea in the city, thanks to its attentive staff, beautiful setting and delicious food.