High tea (or afternoon tea, apparently, based on your feedback!) is a quintessential – and delicious – way to spend an afternoon in London. And, you can take the London High Tea one step further with a reservation at Kensington Palace’s Orangery, which serves afternoon tea in a royal palace setting. Scones, sandwiches and pastries, galore!
Tea time takes about two hours (that is, if you’re doing it right!), and is definitely best earlier in the day so you can still save room for a London dinner.
Drink up, my friends, and enjoy this taste of London!
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