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The Vintage Guide To London | October 23, 2017

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Vintage tea room: Betty Blythe

Vintage tea room: Betty Blythe

Named after one of Hollywood’s Twenties starlets, the vintage inspired Betty Blythe tea room offers baked delights, afternoon teas and bespoke events.

Situated in the middle of nowhere in a residential part of Hammersmith, you’re unlikely to stumble upon Blythe’s but the tea room cleverly offers a range of baking and cake decorating workshops and doubles up as a popular venue for hen parties and kids tea parties complete with retro dress up box.

The food on offer –  think scotch eggs, shortbread cookies, gingerbread biscuits, cakes and pastries – make Blythe’s a great place to stop be buy, it for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea, and with its white table linens and vintage crockery there really is the feel of a vintage tea room about.

Blythe’s Afternoon Tea is definitely worth a try: classic sandwiches, cakes and biscuits with tea or coffee at only £22 a head is great value and you can even bring your own alcohol if you fancy having some fizz or gin and tonic with it.

It’s perhaps just a tad too yummy mummy to be really, truly cool.

betty blytheBetty Blythe – Fine Food Pantry
73 Blythe Road
Brook Green
London W14 0HP
Nearest Tube: Kensington, Hammersmith
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Opening Hours
Monday to Friday 8am-5pm
Saturday 9am – 6pm Bookings Only