With a slice of lemon, with sugar, with cream, with milk or just plain tea. There are a lot of preferences when it comes to tea, but one thing is certain – Brits love their tea. In fact, Brits drink 165 million cups a day! So it’s no wonder why we have tea rooms everywhere. It can be quite tricky to find your favourites though. People like different kinds of tea and different environments. So we’ve listed a few of our favourites for you to start with.
If you’re heading to Glasgow – The Willow Tea Rooms is the place to visit for a good cup of tea. The tea room is located in the heart of the city and was designed by the renowned architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1904. The Willow Tea Rooms offers 14 different sorts of teas, sandwiches, scones and pastries.
Take a break from Liverpool’s great shopping streets at Leaf Tea Bar. At day time, Leaf Tea Bar is a modern and laid-back place to enjoy an afternoon tea and they have over 24 loose-leaf teas for you to choose from. When the sun goes down, Leaf Tea Bar transforms into a cool nightclub!
In London, go to The Parlour at Sketch for an eclectic and stylish afternoon tea or champagne afternoon tea. The interior at Sketch is worth a visit in itself! Situated on a side street close to Regent Street and it’s not far from all main shopping areas.
More tips about tea rooms in UK:
> Helene’s afternoon tea experience at the Berkeley Hotel
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