The Tea Rooms

  • Tel:  020 7923 1870

155 Stoke Newington Church St, London, N16 0UH

The Tea Rooms has been serving luxury afternoon teas since August 2007, celebrating the traditional art of British cake making. Everything is free-range, home-made and locally sourced, with an emphasis on quality and taste and using our favourite family recipes. The perfect place to celebrate a birthday or special occasion, or simply have a cup of tea and a delicioius bite to eat. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Services and products

  • biscuits
  • cakes
  • food & drink - delivered
  • salads
  • soups
  • takeaway food
  • takeaway menus
  • tea & coffee specialist shops
  • tea rooms
  • parties
  • birthday parties
  • licensed premises
  • wine, beer, spirit & cider suppliers
  • out side catering
  • wedding catering
  • birthday party caterers
  • wedding cakes
  • birthday cakes
  • cake makers

Reviews

  1. Better than Ronseal

    4 by

    Not as widely travelled as I'd like, even within London, I am sure there are better places than Stoke Newington Church Street to take tea in the afternoon, I just don't know any of them, and they aren't on my doorstep. So when I read from a helpful chap called Tim Eout (is that a French name?) that there's a new place opened and it demands my presence for a spot of chai and cakey, I can hardly get on my bike fast enough - besides, it was a quiet afternoon, I was sick of annotating chapter six hundred and god-only-knows-what of some interminable history book, and I wanted cake. I expected a certain degree of competence because there are plenty of decent cafes on Church Street and none but a fool would open a new one without something going for it. With a name like The Tea Rooms, it wasn't too much to hope for a decent brew, somewhere to sit, bla bla bla. What I got, rather marvellously, was the full bloody monty. Loose-leaf, and extra water on the side, and tablecloths, and a slightly crazy staring woman in the corner, and students reading on couches, and a slice of surprisingly subtle chocolate and almond cake. I suppose in a more innocent or perhaps more particular age you'd expect proper tea and cakes and a solicitous sales assistant and a generally benign air of quietude, but this is not that age, so to experience all of those things, in an almost archetypal, unpretentious, relaxed tea room was, while not a revelation, certainly a delight.

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