You can view more information about Afternoon Tea at Fortnum & Mason here. One of London's most famous destinations for Afternoon Tea, the history of Fortnum & Mason reaches back to 1707 and since that time it has specialised in providing the finest produce and service. Fortnum & Mason Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon, Casual Elegant British cuisine. They sell over 100 rare and exotic teas from India, China, Nepal, Japan, Ceylon, along with their own traditional blends and a new range of green teas. Read reviews and book now. They sell over 100 rare and exotic teas from India, China, Nepal, Japan, Ceylon, along with their own traditional blends and a new range of green teas. Our tranquil Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon was opened by HM The Queen and has since become a stylish destination for the most traditional of afternoon teas. Der traditionelle Tee irgendwann zwischen Mittag- und Abendessen gehört schon seit langem zum Fortnum & Mason.

Fun fact…in 1738 Fortnum & Mason invented the Scotch Egg for travellers to take on long-distance journeys. Der ruhigen Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon wurde von der englischen Königin eröffnet und ist zu einem stilvollen Ort geworden, um seinen Nachmittagstee am traditionellsten zu …


Look out for…the clock above the main entrance where Mr Fortnum and Mr Mason appear every hour to check that standards are being maintained. Served in signature Fortnum's style in the elegant and refined surroundings of the Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon, every scone, cake and sandwich is fresh-baked by Fortnum's chefs. There are certain things that are quintessentially London; the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, pints in a pub, fish and chips, and of course, afternoon tea. It was opened by the Queen herself (who knows how that happened exactly? We searched all of London to find the most proper and most refined tea room in London to serve the absolute best afternoon tea at Fortnum & Mason. Fortnum & Mason's award-winning Afternoon Tea has been an essential part of Piccadilly visits - for Fortnum's visitors new and old alike - for centuries. Enter, the Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon at Fortnum & Mason.. One of London's most famous destinations for Afternoon Tea, the history of Fortnum & Mason reaches back to 1707 and since that time it has specialised in providing the finest produce and service. This tea salon is on the top floor of one of London’s oldest department stores. The tradition of taking tea and that little bit of something between lunch and dinner has long since been a feature at Fortnum & Mason. ), and has been serving afternoon tea to the masses ever since.