Soho's Secret Tea RoomCurrently Open [Closes at 10:30 pm]
- Address: 29 Greek St, Soho, London W1D 5DH, UK, United Kingdom
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 10:30 pm Details
- Phone: +44-2074375920
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Cafe, Family And Kids
Soho's Secret Tea Room - Review
There is hardly any soul on earth who doesn’t crave for the tea which is rich in aroma and fragrance of which can uplift the lousiest person around. Soho's Secret Tea Room is a gem of a place which is definitely a secretive joint for the secret recipes of cakes and tea is a mystery which has not been unravelled so far. The décor is very typical as that you will find in old English houses and the selection of teas on menu is definitely worth admiring. Soho's Secret Tea Room will rejuvenate you thoroughly after you have a cup of tea with scones and cakes baked with love and warmth.
How To reach Soho's Secret Tea Room by Public Transport
- Bus 14,19,38, N19, N38 to stop-Gerrard Place Chinatown (Stop P)
Things to Know Before Visiting Soho's Secret Tea Room
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People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Soho's Secret Tea Room
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Soho's Secret Tea Room, London Reviews
Nice hidden place with reasonably priced tea (£3-4/pot), but absurdly priced petite fours - £4 for one old hard macaroon!! 😱 That's £8 poorly spent... Decent tea selection, including a milk oolong, but tea is not served in filters so the pot goes bitter fast. If you pour the pot into two teacups though it's okay. To find it, go behind the bar in the pub on the corner and go upstairs past the kitchen. Then congratulate yourself on finding it!!
For those who have never been, the tea room is through the Coach and Horses pub. The cafe is really cute and has a lot of character. Lots of large teapots, floral table mats and teacups. I love the fact that the teapots and teacups are all different. My friends chose afternoon tea and I ate something from the Mains menu. The sweet potato, mushroom, garlic and Stilton shortcrust pie was delicious. Could have eaten a whole pie! The menu is veggie/vegan which is great so caters for all. Staff are very friendly, the cafe is quite small but I like the vibe.
It was a bit difficult to find though obvious. The posh tables are upstairs. But sitting on the footway was great people watching apart from the string of beggars who seem to be every where. The cakes were delicious, especially the cream scones. The tea was excellent, all perched on a rickety table, most delightful. 😀
Could not even go in. I simply got asked if I had to go up, I said I had no reservation but was there for tea. The woman at the bar was rude and told me that then I didn't have to go upstairs and that I had to reserve. I think they should say it on their website. I am not disappointed at all if all the staff is as rude as the lady who answered me.
It was fun looking for the place, hidden above a pub. But it was very very cold inside. The small heater atop the door is definitely not enough to warm up the whole dining room. The tea selection was quite nice though not so large. The service was very long, first to take the order and then to get it (we only ordered two teas and 1 scone). The scone was okay but pretty small for the price. They served took a point on serving the scones at the same time as the tea which made us wait a long while. Usually drinks are brought in the first place and then food when ready. The teas were good enough, though not exceptional. I was expecting more for a mystery place, something prettier and cosier.