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
Grand in every sense of the word, the Grand Hotel Oslo is a historic hotel in the heart of Norway’s capital offering a luxury afternoon tea experience.
There appears to be a new trend when it comes to afternoon tea in London; free-flowing drinks! Here's what we thought of The Balcon's offering
The Pump Room restaurant is a beautifully grand setting in which a stylish afternoon tea is served by impeccably dressed staff. Could this be the best place for afternoon tea in Bath?
After some colonial luxury? Then try the afternoon tea at Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor, where you can choose from a classic, Khmer or tropical dining experience in the hotel’s beautiful conservatory.
Louise visits Sketch London for the first time, inspired by her Instagram feed and love of David Shrigley, here's what she thought of the quirky hot-spot.
If you’re looking for an afternoon tea venue steeped in history, then you can’t beat a visit to Hotel Bristol, a Luxury Collection Hotel in the heart of Warsaw.
Afternoon tea at Hotel du Vin Bristol is sandwiches and scones with a twist: a two course experience with seasonal cocktails!