Tea Time in London


We have tea partied ourselves silly for three days.

Girly, decadent, royal tea parties – six times over in three days – are really the most fun you can have making sweet memories with your daughter.



But we saved the best of London’s great High Teas for last.



Lucky ducks – we sat right here – along the lovely window of The Promenade at The Connaught – for tea today.



I love an escape to the English Countryside.

They so elegantly bring all of it’s cozy charm right here to Mayfair.



Besides looking outside at the gorgeous weather today, and fashionable passersby, we had the stunning viewing of the white wooden focal point buffet table.



Their food was so beautifully prepared, and plated, and served, and tasty.

Tea finger sandwiches included Proscuitto and Roasted Tomato on tiny Olive Rolls, Vegetable Focaccia..

There were four housemade jams to sample.  Fig Raspberry, Black Currant, Kumquat, Strawberry Balsamic.

And our darling French waiter brought us a fifth…quince and vanilla.

Chocolate Scones were a heavenly surprise.



In addition to the room with the view…

And the menu…

The service was off the charts.  There were half a dozen waiters caring for each table.

I could barely take photos of the room, as there were so many handsome french garcon in every single direction that I looked.

On your next visit – make sure to pop over for Bon Appetit at The teeny tiny, yet larger than life, Connaught Hotel.

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