Afternoon Tea

Afternoon tea is taken seriously at Corinthia London. Less convenient refreshment and more a fragrant ceremony to grace, charm and tradition. A slowly unfolding pleasure that must never be hurried. A delightful reminder that time is a luxury to be savoured. And ours is taken in a light-drenched lounge, illuminated by the warming glow of 1,001 Baccarat crystals.

"It's the perfect place to escape the busy city, sipping on one of their many teas and listening to their resident pianist play."

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The food

AFTERNOON TEA
Please note that this menu will not be available while we are serving our Valentine's Tea

VALENTINE'S AFTERNOON TEA
Available 11 - 14 February

MOTHER'S DAY AFTERNOON TEA
Available 19 March


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"It was in 1840 that Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, noticed she felt a ‘sinking feeling’ around mid-afternoon. Once served with a pot of Darjeeling tea, some bread, butter and biscuits, she felt decidedly better. The afternoon tea was born."

The details

All-day dining service

Monday to Sunday, 10am - 12midnight

Afternoon tea service

Monday to Friday, 2 - 6pm 
Saturday to Sunday, 1 - 7pm

Contact us

Telephone: +44 20 7321 3150
Email: [email protected]

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Prices per person

Traditional afternoon tea: £65
Champagne afternoon tea: £75
Rosé Champagne afternoon tea: £85
Grand Siècle Champagne afternoon tea: £95
Caviar afternoon tea: £130

Afternoon tea gift experiences

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Shop vouchers

Behind a British Tradition

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A Cup of Tea with Jennifer

A Cup of Tea with Jennifer

Meet Jennifer Wood, founder of Canton Tea. Her passion for the perfect brew can be tasted in every cup - find it on the menu at the Crystal Moon Lounge.

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Meet Richard Brendon

Meet Richard Brendon

The mastermind behind our distinctive crockery shares his creative process over a cup of tea.

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Afternoon Tea Etiquette

Afternoon Tea Etiquette

A tradition as richly developed as this quintessentially British pastime of afternoon tea comes with some rather particular rules.

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