Bea's Of Bloomsbury Afternoon Tea Review
|Bea's Of Bloomsbury Vegetarian Afternoon Tea Review|
Bea's of bloomsbury first caught my attention with their ingenious hybrid. The "duffin". A duffin is a cross between a doughnut and a muffin. I ordered a nutella duffin on my way out of Bea's of Bloomsbury St Paul's branch.
I enjoyed a vegetarian afternoon tea on a wet and windy day. Afternoon tea is the perfect treat to brighten up a dull day.
Bea's of Bloomsbury have three afternoon tea options. Including vegetarian afternoon tea and gluten free afternoon tea.
We were seated upstairs at Bea's, St Pauls branch. The restaurant is in a lovely location. Close to St Pauls, which means you also have the option of visiting the cathedral, to truly make a day of it.
Bea's of Bloomsbury is also child friendly, with high chairs available. The floor to ceiling glass windows at Bea's of Bloomsbury - St Pauls let in natural light. Allowing you to watch the world go by.
There are twelve teas to choose from at Beas of Bloomsbury. All teas are by Canton. My first tea of choice was Canton chocolate noir. A black tea, with dark chocolate notes. Canton chocolate noir just tasted like a regular black tea to me, which was disappointing.
On the plus side. You get to refill your tea pot with as many different teas as you'd like during afternoon tea.
My third and final tea was Canton jasmine pearls. It was very mild in taste, but with a lovely fragrant smell.
The cake selection included a macron. Mini cupcake. Salted caramel and chocolate brownies, and a delicious cupcake with passion fruit frosting.