The Four Cutest Tearooms You Have To Visit This Mother’s Day
Take Mother’s Day as the perfect opportunity to treat your loved ones (and yourselves!) to some refreshing tea and lovely treats. Here’s a roundup of our favourite tea rooms, all of which are vegan friendly.
41 Great Russell St, London WC1B 3PE
Tea and Tattle have somewhat of a legendary status for those in the know, and it’s a great place to stop and rest after a wander around the nearby British Museum, if that’s up your alley. Treat yourself to a pot of delicious tea and some vegan cakes.
Church Lane, Petersham Rd, Church Lane TW10 7AB
Homemade cakes and wonderful vibes are on the menu at this lovely tea room next to Richmond park. With ornate interiors and a selection of delicious teas, Petersham Nurseries Teahouse is without a doubt worth the journey to zone 4.
Richmond Park, Richmond TW10 5HX
It turns out Richmond is the place to go for beautiful and quaint tea rooms. Another offering with a TW postcode, Pembroke Lodge is a gorgeous Grade listed Georgian manor boasting beautiful lawns and amazing views of Richmond Park. A great day out, it’s the place to be on a beautifully sunny spring afternoon with loose leaf tea and cake.
100 Islington High St, London N1 8EG
Quaint, authentic, and completely delicious is how we’d describe Katsute 100, the delightful Japanese tea room in Islington. Serving Japanese teas, a menu full of matcha, and some decadent desserts to match, it’s a tea room that’s intimate and calming, and one you won’t want to leave. Good luck trying not to buy some of the ornate tea sets on the way out, too.
By Toni Olukiran
Toni is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants, and when she’s not writing posts about everything from Jamaican cooking to vegan champagne, she’s making a Spotify playlist (she was at 200, at her last count) or playing tennis in the park.