Halal Afternoon Tea in London

by HGAT | 14/08/2017
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The Landmark Afternoon Tea

This week is perhaps the most exciting week of the year for me. It’s filled with plenty of clotted cream, crumbly scones, soft finger sandwiches, etc. Yes, it is National Afternoon Tea week right now! . Not wanting to miss out on all the sweet fun, I’ve compiled a list of a few places that do halal afternoon tea in London; both traditional and quirky!

Halal Afternoon Tea in London

Claridge’s in Mayfair

Halal afternoon Tea London Claridges
Credit: Claridges

Supposedly, the best tea in town, Claridge’s is the place to go for people-watching. From the beautiful interior to the fantastic (and unlimited) sandwiches, this is perfect for a special occasion like a girlfriend’s birthday or baby shower. 

Claridge’s require 48hours notice for halal.
Afternoon Tea at Claridge’s costs £60.00 per person.

Momo in Mayfair

Halal Afternoon Tea London Momo
Credit: Momo

Need a slice of Morocco in this grey weather? Book a spot of tea at the colourful and vibrant Momo restaurant in Mayfair. Each of the items on the menu has a Moroccan twist to it: rosewater cheesecake, decadent chocolate harissa mousse, and warm zaalouk on crispy toast.

Momo have halal lamb, beef, and chicken. Please double check when making a booking to confirm halal status.
The Afternoon Tea at Momo costs £25.00 per person.

Ting Lounge at the Shard

Halal Afternoon Tea London Ting Shard
Credit: Ting

If you’re looking for afternoon tea with the best view of London, Ting lounge at the Shard is ideal. You can expect the usual traditional high tea, but they also offer an Asian-inspired tea with the likes of dumplings, gyozas, and matcha infused desserts.

Ting require 48hours in advance for halal.
Both the classic and Asian teas cost £54.00 per person.

Pret-a-Portea at The Berkeley

Halal Afternoon Tea London Berkeley
Credit: The Berkeley

The fashionista in you will thank you for booking tea at The Berkeley hotel, especially as their menu changes seasonally according to the newest fashion trends. The Berkeley’s cakes and sweet treats incorporate the work’s of Balenciaga, Mulberry, Gucci etc. and are almost too pretty to eat!

The Berkeley require 48hours in advance for halal.
The Pret-a-portea tea costs £52.00 per person.

High Chai at The Lalit

Halal afternoon Tea London Lalit
Credit: The Lalit

The Lalit is a relatively new, sleek and chic hotel, that is a part of an Indian chain of hotels. They are now offering a high chai with bhel puri, chicken kathi rolls, and scones with saffron srikhand – great for taking your mum or nan !

Lalit requires 48hours in advance for halal chicken.
The Lalit High chai costs £47.00 per person.

Bobbi Brown x Balthazar in Covent Garden

Halal Afternoon Tea London Bobbi Brown Balthazar
Credit: Balthazar

Make up and cakes? Yes, please. Balthazar and Bobbi Brown have joined forces to create a Bobbi Brown Afternoon Tea, with the likes of Vintage Red Lipstick (vanilla and rosewater mousse with financier sponge) and Foundation Sticks (shortbread with mango consommé) sweet treats.

Balthazar have halal chicken and lamb. Please double check when making a booking to confirm halal status.
The Bobbi Brown x Balthazar tea costs £27.50 per person.

Other Establishments serving Halal Afternoon Tea in London

  • The Promenade at The Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane. Click here to read my review.
  • The Winter Garden at The Landmark Hotel, Marylebone. Click here to read my review.

Several establishments are offering up to 25% discounts on their tea menu for this week. You can find more information here!

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    • londonfoodster
    • 20/08/2017
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    thanks a lot for halal afternoon tea post

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