Experience the glamorous lifestyle of screen siren Betty Blythe at this quaint west London café and deli. Enjoy a ‘Great Gatsby’ afternoon tea, eaten off vintage crockery. Don some flapper accessories in the dressing room and have your picture taken in the lovingly constructed setting. The Roaring Twenties theme doesn’t stop there: for parties and events, Betty Blythe provides a variety of activities such as fascinator hat-making sessions and charleston dancing.
|Venue name:||Betty Blythe Vintage Tearoom||Contact:|
73 Blythe Road
|Opening hours:||Open 8am-5.30pm Mon-Fri; 9am-8pm Sat|
|Transport:||Tube: Kensington Olympia tube/rail|
|Price:||Afternoon tea £21|
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Average User Rating
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stopped in for a latte and thought it was pretty poor quality and also very unorganised. Brooke Green can't you do better than that??
I went to Betty Blythe's as part of a large hen-do group and had an amazing time! We had the downstairs area for the entire afternoon and did not feel rushed to leave. We did the cupcake decorating class as an ice breaker to start off with, followed by cream tea. Both were well organised and enjoyed by all - we even had to tell them to stop bringing food out as we'd eaten so much! The fancy dress box is a great idea and being able to bring our own champagne really brought the price down compared to other places in London. Thoroughly recommended!
I've been in London for two months and it gets better everyday. I went to Betty Blythe with my sister for afternoon tea and it was amazing. The food was delicious especially the lemon drizzle, the people were really friendly and best of all there was a dressing up box with 1920s accessories. This place would have been my dream come true when I was a little girl. Everything's pink, you find dresses everywhere, there even is a divan downstairs. I would have kept this place a secret but one of my resolutions this year is to share, so now it's done. Betty Blythe brings you back in the glamourous 1920s.