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The Best Afternoon Teas On Oxford Street


This is a small selection of the variety of Afternoon Teas available in and around Oxford street. Will you celebrate Afternoon Tea Week with Great British Tradition, or go beyond and experience something new with one of the fantastic twists? We’ll keep it sweet, but there’s something for everyone on Oxford Street.

Our Favourite Afternoon Tea Spots


The Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea

£48pp / £35 per child

12.30pm – 4.00pm

With menus hidden inside vintage books and teapots adorned with kings and queens, The Sanderson’s Mad Hatters Afternoon Tea is full of sweet treats and savoury delights. You’ll try Smoked Salmon Scotch Quails Egg and melt-in-your-mouth Ham and Parmesan Croque-Monsieur to the Queen of Hearts Rose and Strawberry Jammy Dodger, complete with the Mad March Hare Vanilla Pocket Watch Macaroon. There’s no excuse not to be late for this important date.

Wash everything down with Alice’s Exotic Fruits “Drink Me” potion and a glass of Laurent-Perrier Champagne for good measure. And for the afternoon tea traditionalists, finish up with warm scones, clotted cream and fruit preserve, perfectly paired with Alice-inspired tea infusions.

Evans & Blanc:

Traditional Afternoon Tea

£15.95pp /  £19.95pp with Prosecco / £24.95pp with Champagne

Nestled within House of Fraser’s Flagship Oxford street store Evans and Blanc is a traditional Afternoon Tea. It boasts a delicious array of Finger sandwiches, scones, clotted cream, preserves and beautiful cakes. Absolutely perfect on a hot summer’s day!

May Fair Kitchen:

Charbonnel et Walker Signature Afternoon Tea

£35pp / £45pp with glass of champagne

2:30pm – 4:30pm

Introducing a chocolate twist to May Fair Kitchen’s popular traditional afternoon tea. Elements of Charbonnel et Walker are cleverly incorporated throughout, with chocolate scones, flourless chocolate and orange cake, doughnuts with chocolate sauce and tiramisu with chocolate shavings, accompanied by a tempting assortment of Charbonnel et Walker truffles.

Scoff and Banter Tea Rooms:

Great British Afternoon Tea

£11.50pp / £42.50pp with Champagne

1:00pm – 6:00pm

The Scoff and Banter Tea Rooms celebrate that quintessential British time-honoured tradition of afternoon tea. Tucked away behind Oxford Street, you’ll find a cosy little retreat serving the very best in Great British afternoon tea, whatever the time. Whether you’re dining for two or organising a tea party with friends, let us take you on a journey from the savoury to the sweet, with a few little surprises along the way.

London Marriott Hotel Park Lane

Afternoon Tea

£22.50 pp / £29.50pp with Free flow bubbly

Whether seeking a traditional or modern Afternoon Tea in Park Lane, London Marriott’s menu is for everyone. Filled with finger sandwiches, fresh buttermilk scones, cakes and pastries served with your Choice of Jing Teas. Twist it up with a fresh and aromatic sparkling wine, our house Champagne, an Afternoon Breeze with a refreshing twist of Gin and Tonic. Or temp traditional with a Teapot Cocktail for Two.