Afternoon tea was about £17. The place is very nice inside. The tea was very good. It did take us a while to get served, we ended up having to walk to the register to place our order. Other than that it was nice.
Camellia's Tea House
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Posted: Tue Sep 25 2012
A uniquely British offering, Camellia’s Tea House on London’s iconic Carnaby Street is borne out of a passion for all things tea. Quirky and individual, yet entirely traditional at the same time, Camellia’s is a refuge from the tourist trappings of the streets below, occupying an enviable location atop Kingly Court. Highly acclaimed, Camellia’s Tea House offers not only delicious tea and cakes but an array of artisan created foods ideal for relaxed luncheons and glorious afternoon teas which demand you relax and breathe in the atmosphere of your surroundings. Tea is much more than just a hot drink here, as you’re invited to select from a wide range of house blends and traditional flavours from the wide array of teas and infusions as well as coffees, smoothies and lassis, all served in pretty mix and match china and glassware.
Camellia's Tea House Top Floor Kingly Court Carnaby Street
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Used to like to buy tea leaf here and finally decided to try having afternoon tea in shop. Greeted by rude staff n very bossy. Put me off now.
£8.40 for two luke warm crumpets and a pot of tea for one... No soup or scones left at 1pm. 50p charge to pay by card and spotted behind the till a member of staff putting the criossants (being charged £2.50 for) on a tray straight from a Tescos bakery box. Will NOT be going again. Absolute swiz.