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With the esteemed accolade of ‘Top London Afternoon Tea 2009' from The Tea Guild, The Drawing Room at the famous Brown's Hotel has the elegant musical backdrop of a baby grand piano.
A favourite of Queen Victoria, afternoon tea at Brown's Hotel serves up a slice of traditional London life. Take your pick from over 17 teas — including Brown’s own blend — and a selection of sandwiches, scones, cakes and pastries.
Cosy fireplaces, original Jacobean period features, wooden panelling and a refined ambience evoke an air of timeless British tradition at The Drawing Room at Brown's Hotel in London. There are 2 tea sommeliers on hand to guide you.
A champagne afternoon tea is optional and the dress code at The Drawing Room is smart casual. Green Park Tube Station is just a 5-minute walk from Brown's Hotel in Mayfair.
The Drawing Room requests that guests adhere to the smart casual dress code. Trainers, t-shirts, shorts and sportswear are not permitted. Gentlemen are requested to wear a collared shirt but are not required to wear a jacket and tie.
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- breakfast (8)
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- child friendly (16)
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- lunch (23)
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7 October 2019
The desert, scones and tea were perfect but the sandwiches were just fine! Although the tea-tox set was more delicious than the classic one.
4 October 2019
Loved the coronation chicken. Wait service was superb. Let him select our choices for tea. We started with their classic afternoon black tea, then a white tea, and finished off with the lemongrass and ginger tea. Great tour of flavors.
20 August 2019
Excellent expierence.Oldies buy goodies. The Brown's hotel claimed to be the first hotel in London, it has more than 180 years old. Many political leaders ,rich and famous people from all over the world stayed in this hotel before. The hotel itself is s great story. Sitting in the English tea room of the Brown's hotel, you immedially are making your own story.
9 June 2019
It was wonderful! Splendid service. Great food. A little pricey.
4 June 2019
13 May 2019
Excellent services and food
24 April 2019
This is a jewel of a hotel, and, still rare these days, privately owned. Warmly welcomed and seated in the lovely tea room, the staff there could not have been more solicitous. Huge selection of teas plus champagne if required. Only reservation was the sandwich fillings, savoury open buns and pastries which were less traditional and more European. The scones were delicious, as were the cream and jam. Warmly recommended unless, like me, you are of a certain age and expectation of very traditional cream tea.
22 April 2019
High tea was amazing! Delicious sandwiches, scones and desserts! A nice selection of teas! Very friendly polite staff! Beautiful hotel and tea room!
10 April 2019
Lovely tea with personal service
23 February 2019
The high tea was more than we would have hoped for! Delicious savory and sweet treats, refills on food and drinks.
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