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Here are 38 of the best-value and most popular afternoon tea spots around London, ranked by price from the most expensive to the cheapest.
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33. The Ritz — £54
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31. Prêt-à-Portea at The Berkeley — £52
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Expect to munch on biscuits and bakes that nod to famous designers — think Manolo Blahnik stilettos or the Burberry classic trench coat as biscuits — as well as savoury skewers, taster spoons, elegant canapés, and tea sandwiches. £52, or £62 with Champagne.
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29. Mad Hatter's Tea Party at The Sanderson — £48
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Sanderson Hotel. It includes Alice in Wonderland-inspired hidden menus, decorated teapots, and items like a mocha chessboard gateau, chocolate and pistachio blue caterpillar, Alice’s cinnamon, apple and peach “Drink Me” potion and Tweedle Dee lemon curd financier
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20. Chocolate Dreams Afternoon Tea at St. Martin's Lane Hotel — £40
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St. Martin's Lane Hotel has teamed up with Hotel Chocolat to bring you The Chocolate Dreams Afternoon Tea at The Den
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12. Vegan Afternoon Tea at La Suite West — £29
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completely vegan menu at La Suite West. Finger sandwiches, scones with fresh coconut yoghurt and strawberries, cashew nut cream cheese, BBQ tempeh, and scrambled tofu are all on the menu.
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5. The National Cafe — £22.50
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