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The 10 Best Afternoon Teas in London

The 10 Best Afternoon Teas in London: The Shard, Claridge's, Fortnum & Mason - Condé Nast Traveler

Covent Garden, London, ENGLAND

Covent Garden is a district in London on the eastern fringes of the West End, between St. Martin's Lane and Drury It is associated with the former fruit-and-vegetable market in the central square, now a popular shopping and tourist site, and with

With so many choices eating in London can be difficult, if you’re looking for something different head to one of these wacky but wonderful restaurants.

Eating in London: Six wacky but wonderful restaurants

Eating in London - Sarastro - Delicious Mediterranean dining meets extravagant operatic style at this vibrant restaurant.

Described as a mini Crystal Palace, the 19th-century, glass-vaulted Paul Hamlyn Hall is easily the grandest afternoon tea setting in London. The tea itself is as lavish as its surroundings: exquisite pastries are crafted using seasonal British ingredients by master pastry chef Claire Clark MBE, and its selection of floral teas are inspired by beauty brand L’Occitane’s La Collection de Grasse. Ruinart champagne, live piano music, and a complimentary L’Occitane fragrance are added treats…

The 10 Best Afternoon Teas in London

Described as a mini Crystal Palace, the glass-vaulted Paul Hamlyn Hall is easily the grandest afternoon tea setting in London. The tea itself is as lavish as its surroundings: exquisite pastries are crafted using seasonal British ingredients

Borough Market 20£ challenge. It was tough - can't wait to go back and do it again. My favorite moment is having Chai Tea made right in front of me. That'll be my first stop back at the market #holidaysareexhausting

Borough Market Entrance -- probably one thing I miss most about London; the markets! Especially borough - best food ever.

Used to be the National Theatre in the 1960s run by Laurence Olivier with other greats like Maggie Smith, Derek Jacobi etc. This incarnation, a revitalised Old Vic was created by Sally Greene, and helped by her artistic director, Kevin Spacey.

London's oldest theatres

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