Afternoon Tea at Browns, Mayfair

Monday, 9 November 2015


Hello Beauties! I hope you're all well and had a lovely weekend. This weekend has been a bit of a crazy one for me - after two days away with work, I headed back home to Bournemouth for my University Graduation, then I drove all the way back to London to celebrate my Mum's 50th Birthday, so it's fair to say I'm more than a little tired at work today! 

Apart from completely wearing me out, this weekend has been lovely. It was great to see all of my Uni friends again and finally graduate after four long years! I also got the chance to head down to the Rememberance Sunday service at the Cenotaph which was a really lovely event, it was great to see the heroes of our country marching through Westminster with pride whilst the crowds clapped and cheered. 

After the service, we (my mum, dad and brother) headed down to Browns in Mayfair to indulge in some Afternoon Tea. I'd never been for afternoon tea before, mainly as I don't really like tea, but I was excited to see what all of the fuss was about. The hotel is very luxe, with no detail left unfinished, and has a traditional feel with a modern twist in certain parts. As we arrived a little early we headed to the bar first where we were served prosecco and nibbles while we waited for our table. 

Once our table was ready, we headed over to the English Tea Room to be served our Afternoon Tea. We were handed a menu and taken through all of the different options, after we had settled on the traditional afternoon tea we then wen't on to order our different teas. As I said, I'm not really a fan of tea but I ended up having two cups of earl grey, which is unheard of for me. 

After our tea had arrived, then came the cakes and sandwiches. There was a wide selection and definitely something for everyone on the plate, plus the staff were very efficient at replenishing the cakes and sandwiches - which were all lovely, my personal favourite being the red velvet cake. 

Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Browns and would definitely recommend paying it a visit if you're looking for somewhere to dine in London, it was a lovely way to spend a Sunday afternoon. 

Lots of Love,

Becky xo

5 comments:

  1. I have a Brown's not far from where I live and I've always wanted to have afternoon tea there. I've had lunch there before and it's superb so I can imagine that the afternoon tea will be amazing.

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  2. oh everything looks gorgeous Becky! Wow that was a fab weekend you had,all sounds very exciting,lovely post hun x

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  3. This looks amazing, the red velvet cake especially! xx
    Chasing Belle 23

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  4. food looks yummy! Ive never been to afternoon tea either, I really must!
    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

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  5. This looks so yummy. Looks like you had a great time, im hoping to go to a afternoon tea very soon. x
    a life of a charlotte

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