If you're looking for a refined restaurant in Mayfair that's perfect for enjoying afternoon tea in relaxed surroundings, then Mews of Mayfair is ideal.
Founded by London entrepreneur James Robson in 2006, Mews of Mayfair is an 18th century mews house tucked away in a historic courtyard. Those in the know frequent Mews of Mayfair for its sophisticated elegance and exemplary service, ensuring that all guests feel well looked after during their visit.
Relax in the Art Deco inspired bar with its soothing colour palette featuring black and gold mirrored detailing, charcoal and black ombre walls, and comfortable lavender and duck egg blue leather arm chairs that provide a cocoon of opulence. While unwinding, enjoy a sinful cocktail from one of the skilled bartenders or sip on a glass of Veuve Clicquot. Whatever you choose, it's guaranteed to be of superb quality.
Afternoon tea options include a selection of finger sandwiches: Cotswold chicken Caesar wrap; egg mayonnaise on sun dried tomato bread; Philadelphia cream cheese and cucumber on caramalised onion bread; salmon and cream cheese on a poppy seed bagel and homemade scones).
For those with a sweet tooth, the desserts are a hit. Options include a selection of fancies and cakes including raspberry macaroons, chocolate marble cake, mini trifles and chocolate brownies.
Beverage options include a glass of Veuve Clicquot Champagne and a wealth of teas served in small, charming glass tea pots. More unique tea options include ''ost Malawi English breakfast; second flush muscatel darjeeling; silver tip jasmine; whole leaf fresh mint; whole chamomile flowers and Sri Lankan lemongrass.
The quality of the sandwiches and desserts was fabulous and you could tell that a lot of care and attention to detail had gone into every item.
Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon tea experience thanks to the stylish settings and the friendly and unobtrusive service, which together created the perfect environment for catching up with friends over dainty delights and invigorating teas.
Afternoon tea is priced from £35 (without Veuve Clicqot) or £45 (with Veuve Clicquot) per person.
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