What they say:
Always adding to the fine establishment that is Mandarin Oriental, their latest venture has been the reconstruction of a 1920s tea room called The Rosebery. Serving tea all throughout the day with a number of accompaniments such as scones, sandwiches and seasonal jams, they aim to make your tea drinking experience as enjoyable as possible. If that's not enough, The Rosebery becomes a champagne and cocktail bar at night, probably making it one of the rest tea rooms in the capital for this reason.
What we say:
On paper The Rosebery just sounds like every other tea room in London, except for a few things. Firstly, it's being run by the acclaimed Mandarin Oriental whose other ventures in the capital have proven extremely popular and successful. Secondly, the space used has been returned to its roots as it was originally a tea room in the 1920s. With a fine selection of sandwiches, scones and seasonal jams, they have recreated the perfect tea drinking experience. Oh, and it also turns into a cocktail and champagne bar at night, which isn't too bad either.