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Afternoon tea review I managed to convince my husband to come with me for afternoon tea which I previously had at 1901 and had been one of my favourites in London so far. Upon our arrival, I was very disappointed to find out that the afternoon tea was not longer held in the beautiful restaurant but in what looked like an entrance corridor which made me feel out of place. In addition to that the portions of the sandwiches were the smallest that I have ever seen and the scones were tiny. For the price of £30 pp I was expecting a lot more than just a sample of afternoon tea. Unfortunately, I wouldn't recommend it. On a positive note, the lady who served us was lovely.
My first breakfast after arriving in London, and it did not disappoint! The selection is amazing— I was especially impressed by the variety of viennoiserie and spreads (they had fresh honeycomb!). Tea is great, as should be expected in London, and service and atmosphere is well deserving of 5 stars.
Excellent dining. Fabulous décor and service.
The breakfast buffet has a lot of choices. Your eyes will get bigger than your stomach. Everything was wonderful. The only reason they didn't get a 5 star is that my tea seems to never gets hot enough. Other that the food, service and atmosphere is amazing.
The breakfast buffet is great. The buffet itself is good, but you can also order from an a la carte menu which is where all the best options are.
The Ballroom dating back from 1910 features its original stained-glass domed ceiling. The breakfast buffet features the finest local ingredients such as cheeses from Spitalfields Market and Loch Fyne smoked salmon, and a large variety of freshly homemade bread and pastries. Select your choice of eggs cooked to order or enjoy speciality dishes prepared a la minute, and start your day with freshly squeezed juices, Italian coffee or a selection of hand-picked Chinese JING teas.
- Private gatherings
- Business meetings
- Casual dining
- Relaxed Dining