The Colonnade Hotel in the heart of London’s Little Venice is most famous for being the birthplace of Alan Turing. These days, however, it’s also known across London for being an excellent place to dine, particularly when it comes to afternoon tea. The Colonnade afternoon tea menu was designed by The Colonnade’s very own head chef and pastry chef, meaning it features the quintessentially British elements of dainty finger sandwiches, warm, freshly baked scones with Cornish clotted cream and homemade jam and a finale of assorted cakes and pastries, handmade daily. You’ll find The Colonnade Hotel on Warrington Crescent, close to Paddington station and Warwick Avenue Underground. Reserve a spot for afternoon tea now.
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