Afternoon Tea in Brighton
Nothing like a spot of tea to while away an afternoon in Brighton. Whether you're a long standing Brighton resident or just visiting, Afternoon Tea is a charming way to spend the day - with the added bonus of a glass of champagne if you ask nicely. Look forward to cucumber sandwiches, tea and cakes, as well as more floral patterns than you can shake a tea cosy at. Check out our top picks for Afternoon Tea in Brighton and indulge your more civilised side... for once.
Thought afternoon tea was all about cakes and pastries? GB1 will make you think again with their delicious afternoon tea which is inspired by flavours of the sea. Designed by executive chef Alan White, the tea includes goodies such as a salted scone and cavier, as well as a selection of oysters and fresh crab.
Part of The Brighton Harbour Hotel, The Jetty is a seaside spot for an afternoon tea. Slurp on their selection of tea or bubbles and munch your way through either the traditional tea or their version which includes smoked salmon blinis and smoked bacon and maple syrup scones.
Serving up a traditional afternoon tea offering over three decadent levels, Bohemia is a charming choice for afternoon tea in Brighton. Guests can look forward to a tiered spread of finger sandwiches, homemade fruit scones, Cornish clotted cream, strawberry jam and homemade sweet treats, alongside a pot of loose tea.
With an onsite bakery, Silo is one of the freshest spots for afternoon tea and a spot of cake in Brighton. The industrial space is pared back and simple with the restaurant aiming to reduce waste by reusing and recycling.
Terre a Terre might be known for their vegetarian fare but they also serve a cracking afternoon tea. Head to the cute venue for a selection of afternoon teas, from ones suitable for vegetarians to gluten-free cakes and sandwiches.
Widely known for their afternoon tea offering, Metrodeco combines loose tea blends with exquisite cocktails and vintage teaware. Wonderfully seductive, this popular spot in Kemptown is littered with 1930s charms, making the afternoon tea experience a quintessentially British affair. Expect a delightful spread of mini bread rolls, home-baked scones, preserve and clotted cream alongside petit fours and other such fancies.