Created together: your five coziest tea spots in London

On Instagram, we asked you to share your coziest teaspots in London to help your fellow travellers, and you did! We love to see where you get your tea & scones when visiting this lovely city. Now it’s time to share them: a list of five of your coziest teaspots in London. A list that we’ve created together! 

Peggy Porschen Cakes
Peggy Porschen, with its picture-perfect pink flower facade, might be just the prettiest bakery in London. Elton John, Madonna and Kate Moss are all fans, and we understand why. Not only the interior is beautiful, also the food is a feast for the eye and tastes delicious. Peggy Porschen is famous for their amazing afternoon tea, which makes this cafe a tea spot you don’t want to miss in London!Peggy Porschen has two parlours in Londen. One in Chelsea and one in Belgravia. Want to see more of these idyllic cafes? Take a look at their Instagram @peggyporschenofficial and get inspired! 

Farm Girl Cafe
Nestled on a side street in charming Notting Hill lies Farm Girl, a cozy, health-forward cafe, that offers laidback, healthy Australian dishes. Craving a bite to eat with your tea? They have a very extensive menu, that includes everything from croissants to gluten-free pancakes; all perfectly ‘Instagrammable’, ofcourse. Do you love tea but won’t say no to a freshly brewed latte? Even then you’re at the right place. Farm Girl serves their delicious coffees with their signature frenchie on top! 
Farm girl has no less than five locations in London: In Fitzrovia, Knightsbridge, Notting Hill (first opened), Chelsea and SoHo. Want to see more of this cozy teaspot? Check out their Instagram @farmgirlcafe

EL&N Cafe
This cafe has become one of of the most Instagrammed destinations in the city over the past few years. With its iconic flower walls, pink interiors and alternative lattes, it’s truly a high-end dining experience to drink a cup of tea at EL&N Cafe. For £30 per person, you can enjoy the ‘Beau-Tea-Full’ high tea at this gorgeous cafe. With a bottomless tea and coffee selection and no less than nine (!) sweet and savory bites, you’ll definitely get the entire typical English high-tea experience. A teaspot to put on your bucketlist, if you ask us! 
EL&N cafe has many locations in London, which are also available for those in a hurry with their Grab-&-Go service. Curious about what more they have to offer? Their Instagram @elan_cafe is full of beautiful (and mouthwatering) pictures. 

Brigit’s Bakery
Brigit’s Bakery specialises in Afternoon Tea with a French Twist - L’Afternoon Tea. You can enjoy this afternoon tea in their luxury bakery in Covent Garden, or - listen up - on the move on one of their unique bus tours through the city! You can discover London’s culture, landmarks and history, whilst sipping a lovely cup of tea and some tasty sandwiches and delicious cakes and pastries. Is this one going on the bucketlist? Oh, yes please. Don’t want to wait to take a sip of your tea because the bus is taking a turn? Brigit’s Bakery itself is located in central Covent Garden. Also a very cosy spot to enjoy your afternoon tea! Want to see more of Brigit’s Bakery? Their Instagram @brigitsbakery is full of typical English tea-content!

Sketch (The Gallery)
Sketch is something else. It has different locations throughout London, all entirely unique. But for their well-known afternoon tea, The Gallery At Sketch is the place to be. They serve their afternoon tea every day between 1:30 and 4:30 pm. And about the interior… It seems like Londoners have a serious thing for pink, as this is yet another restaurant which is fully based on this colour. We’re not complaining; this place definitely belongs on this list! 
Want to see more of the other Sketch restaurants? Take a look at their Instagram @sketchlondon, which is full of artsy pics.

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Marina van Hooft

Hi! My name is Marina and I’m 20 years old. Besides my Creative Business studies, I’m a freelance writer. My greatest passion is writing, and besides that I love good music, traveling and photography. I prefer to do that last thing at a beautiful destination across the border, obviously ;). From me you’ll mainly read blogs about beautiful travel destinations, travel tips and lifestyle. 

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Marina van Hooft

Hi! My name is Marina and I’m 20 years old. Besides my Creative Business studies, I’m a freelance writer. My greatest passion is writing, and besides that I love good music, traveling and photography. I prefer to do that last thing at a beautiful destination across the border, obviously ;). From me you’ll mainly read blogs about beautiful travel destinations, travel tips and lifestyle. 

@marinavanhooft