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The Soho's Secret Tea Room is located upstairs at the Coach and Horses- a not so secret location, given the popularity of this pub. The tea-room has a fantastic range of classic teas, about 16 loose-leaved varieties, to be precise! There is Earl Grey, Lapsang Osprey, Ying Zhen and peppermint and chamomile infusions to name a few. Soft music spills out of gramophone records adding an elegant appeal to the venue. The tea is served in exquisite china accompanied by cakes and scones. This tea-room is a favorite choice for hosting cream tea parties and get togethers.
If you are serious about your coffee, then this is the place to be. Don't let its tiny size deceive you, as this quaint shop packs it all! The coffee used to be roasted on the premises, but is now delivered from the Bermondsey location. The coffees placed on display help you choose your very own blend and you can even try them out in their sample room before buying. Freshly baked snacks and organic coffees are also available and you can trust them to serve you a rich blend every time, as they have been in the business since 1978!
Flat White brings Australian and New Zealand coffee flair to the busy streets of Soho. In the heart of Berwick Street Market, the lovely coffeehouse is christened after its namesake espresso. It serves top-quality coffees and artisan brews, as well as delicious snacks and sweet accompaniments. The place is popular among locals, as well as expatriates from down under looking for a taste of home.
Lantana is a small cafe in Fitzrovia that serves wholesome breakfast and brunch on all days of the week. It is an Australian cafe and is also named after Lantana- a migrant flowering plant from Australia. Snacks and small bites like bacon sandwiches, poached eggs and soups are great to soothe hunger pangs throughout the day. The coffee has an Australian twist to it. Wine and beer are also served, though coffee is the signature drink. The cafe has a comfortable air about it and is always bustling with people and their faint murmur throughout the day. There's a great selection of desserts as well on the menu, with brownies and banana bread being the favorites. Take outs are available in their takeaway shop Lantana Out which is just next door.
The baristas at Shoreditch Grind take their coffee as seriously as the patrons do. The labor of love of the talented workforce is best enjoyed out in the courtyard or behind long glass panels great for street-watching. The choicest beans, freshly roasted to perfection, is blended in their La Marzocco machine to pour out delicious brews and espressos. These are accompanied by scrumptious sandwiches, cakes and pastries. The upper-level recording studio celebrates the unique concept that combines music and coffee. There is wine and beer too for those with different tastes.
Featured in London's top 10 list of best tea rooms, the Teanamu Chaya Teahouse is a great addition to the city's tea scene. It blends tea-drinking cultures from Britain and Japan, unified by the common respect for the beverage. Indulge in refreshing and flavorsome specialty teas to suit your tastes and mood. For an afternoon rendezvous, opt for something from their Oolong selection; and for a post-dinner digestive, sip on a Lychee Black or an Organic Golden Monkey.
Betty Blythe is a sophisticated tea room in Hammersmith. It is named after Hollywood actress Betty Blythe of Queen of Sheba fame. The staff is kitted in retro attire and the guests are also welcome to try on accessories from their beauty box while seated here. This vintage tea shop is one of the best venues in London to experience the ritual of an Afternoon Tea. The tea-room offers an old world venue to relish tea and snacks- a place with vintage tea-ware amid flowers and strewn petals. It is a popular choice for tea parties and children's parties, successfully hosting and catering for them. There are activities and dance workshops held here too, that one can participate in while savoring afternoon tea.