Hankies Marble Arch is the new Indian restaurant on the block. Despite the fancy postcode, it’s deliciously affordable.
Boisdale of Mayfair may well serve the best cheese board in London, with the added bonus of live jazz and excellent shellfish.
St Ermin's Hotel houses over 350,000 honey bees on the third floor terrace. Their honey is now used as a core ingredient in the Honey Afternoon Tea.
Michelin starred chef Eneko Atxa may well be offering the most elegant bottomless brunch in London at his restaurant Eneko at One Aldwych.
Grab someone you like by the hand and head for this speakeasy joint to enjoy a surreptitious cocktail tea while exchanging secrets into the night.
Bombay Place London has quite an interesting heritage being part of an international chain that stretches from New York and Beverley Hills to Kuala Lumpur and Hyderabad.
A whole new twist on tea time: K West Hotel & Spa in London's trendy Shepherd’s Bush area has launched a brand new Festival Glam Rock Afternoon Tea.
Grab your date and head to the glitzy opulence of Club Chinois in London's Mayfair. There's fringe theatre, hedonist acts, and oh yes delicious food.