afternoon tea bookings
Afternoon Tea (commonly referred to as High Tea) is a British tradition of taking tea sandwiches, scones, cakes and of course, tea and is typically taken between 3 and 5 pm. Generally this was a tradition observed by the upper classes and was begun as a way to tide oneself over between lunch and what was a very late dinner (around 9 pm). It has become a lovely and elegant way to meet with friends and to slow down and enjoy a taste of British culture and a refined experience.
Afternoon Tea is by reservation only served in our beautiful Hyde Park Room. For $32.50 per person, this includes tea sandwiches, scones, clotted cream, jams and curds, cakes petit fours, and high grade loose leaf tea. Teas are served on fine china and tablecloths with florals from our in-house florist.
Please call 314-241-6556 to inquire about availability and to make an afternoon tea reservation. Please note that your reservation cannot be held without a credit card number. Groups larger than 12, please email email@example.com us about availability.
For commonly asked questions and more information, such as group pricing, dietary restrictions etc) please see our Afternoon Tea FAQ
We offer afternoon tea at the following times:
W: 1pm seating
F: 12pm & 1pm seatings
Sa/Su: 11am, 12pm, 2pm & 3pm seatings
Showers & Group Bookings
To book or inquire about an shower or group event, please email Anna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We love hosting showers and parties at The London Tea Room and host them often. Our capacity is 40 guests, and nearly all of our food is made in house. We deliver exceptional service with servers trained extensively in tea and proper tea service. We take great pride in offering an authentic British afternoon tea and luncheons that include house made flaky quiche and chicken Waldorf sandwiches on buttery French croissants. Our tea menu is extensive and we offer the highest quality loose leaf tea brewed to perfection.
Group bookings are available on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays through the summer, and Saturday and Sundays through the fall and winter.