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Old 22 Jan 24, 09:03 PM  
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Nicest afternoon tea in London for around £50

Any recommendations for the nicest afternoon tea in London for around £50 pp? So far I've been looking at the Dilly and St Ermin's. So many places do afternoon tea . Needs to be suitable for older children too (15 and 12)

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Not sure of the price but my sister & her husband did The Ritz & said there was so much lovely food they were given what they couldn't eat in a box to take away.
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We did afternoon tea at The Shard, it was fabulous. But I don't remember how much it was though!
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Not sure of the price but my sister & her husband did The Ritz & said there was so much lovely food they were given what they couldn't eat in a box to take away.
Prices start at £75 for adults & £53 for children.
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We did afternoon tea at The Shard, it was fabulous. But I don't remember how much it was though!
Starts at £68 per person.
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We went to Baileys Hotel, South Kensington. It was really nice, and generous portions. £29 per person, £39 for Champagne tea. 😀
The Ritz is great, but very expensive as is Fortnums .
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Iíve just booked Sketch for Saturday but it looks expensive. Iíve never actually heard of it but apparently itís ďthe placeĒ to go. We shall see!
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Iím never sure if these things will be style over substance but a Peter Pan afternoon tea at Aqua Shard just popped up in my Instagram feed.
No mention of price
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I went to the Alice on Wonderland afternoon tea at the Sanderson last year and would recommend that, itís £55 per adult.
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Thanks everyone 😊
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