Sally Lunn’s, Bath Absolutely Charming Tea Rooms You Have To Visit The oldest house in Bath is best-known for one thing – the Sally Lunn bun. Rich, like a brioche, it suits either sweet or savoury flavours, and is worth travelling for.
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The Orangery, Kensington Palace. This is the only royal palace in London where you can have afternoon tea, and features items like 'Orange-scented and currant scones served with Cornish clotted cream and English strawberry jam'.
There's just something about fall that makes sipping on tea seam Devine! An afternoon with beasties at any of these tea rooms would be fantastic! 21 Absolutely Charming Tea Rooms You Have To Visit Before You Die
My favorite London food market though is Borough Market with over 70 different stalls selling produce from the UK and beyond and lots of tasting samples. While you’re there, don’t miss nearby Neal’s Yard Dairy for amazing cheeses.