Small-Group English Tea and Desserts Walking Tour in London
Once we've tasted chocolates that literally come with a royal seal of approval, we'll pass through a stately mansion from the 1600's to discover an original, classic and light french patisserie treat. Choose from Lemon, pistachio, raspberry chocolate, rose cream and more.
Time to wonder through Piccadilly's finest Victoria thoroughfare and on our way towards one of London's best contemporary baking success stories, to indulge in sweet cakes and fondants in a myriad of colours and flavours.
Finally after exploring London's Carnaby Street and its stylish shopping and dining areas, we'll enter our final, secret location.
There to indulge in a tradition as rich as the monarchy. British scones baked upon your arrival and served with clotted cream and high end preserves, all while enjoying exquisite rare blend teas or barista made coffee.
- Local English-speaking guide,
- Selection of artisan chocolates, macarons, cakes and scones (with Devonshire clotted cream and fine preserves)
- Your choice of rare blend tea or barista made coffee.
- Additional purchases from the venues
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Men should wear closed-toe shoes; no flip-flops, please
- Small group: a maximum of 12 people
We were escorted by Glen who was very friendly and knowledgeable. He walked us all over London to places we would never have found on our own. Chocolates, cupcakes, macarons, tea with scones--what a fabulous day! Highly recommend!
Linton was an excellent guide telling us all sorts of interesting info. which even I as someone who used to live in London didn't know we went to some great places to sample desserts/ sweet things including a 'secret' place for afternoon tea!
My wife and I loved this small group tour. Our tour guide Glen Hodge, was very nice and knowledgeable and took us to places we would never had seen or known about. There were supposed to be another couple but they did not show up so we had him all to ourselves. We tasted some very good chocolate and deserts some in which the Queen often buys. After a great tour of places, many in which the royals use, we had a nice tea in a quaint cafe that very few tourists would know about. Since the other couple did not show up I wish I had tipped him more then I did. Sorry Glen. Trust me couples or dessert and chocolate lovers you will love this tour. https://www.viator.com/tours/London/Luxe-London-Dessert-Tour/d737-37724P3
A must for dessert lovers, Linton our tour guide was fantastic showing us all interesting and yummy places to eat in Soho, with a bit if history, very enjoyable tour.
Short summary: - delicious small desserts and good tea - Got a great overview about the culture and the city - Amusing and witty tour guide - we went to some real gems of shops that I will visit again and try there some additional food