Cafe and Bars
119 Lower Clapton
Quality tea and coffee, fresh food, relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
119 Lower Clapton Road, London, E5 0NP
69 Colebrooke Row
Legendary bar-man Tony Conigliaro's dark and decadent bar. What he does to our tea is utterly right.
69 Colebrooke Row, London,N1 8AA
American Bar at The Savoy
Recently named the World's Best Hotel Bar, The American Bar keeps the golden age of cocktails alive on the Strand. Sip a tea cocktail and pretend to be Daisy.
The Savoy, Strand, London, WC2R 0EU
Take in breath-taking views of London while enjoying Rare Tea for breakfast, lunch and dinner and some stunning cocktails.
Level 31 The Shard, 31 St. Thomas Street, London SE1 9RY
Booking Office Bar & Restaurant
Set in the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, this is truly a stunning location for taking tea.
St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London
Cabin at Waterloo - Corney & Barrow Bars
Escape from the crowds and queues at Waterloo Station at Cabin. Taking its influence from the Orient Express and set in bright surroundings on the top concourse of the station.
Unit 18 The Balcon, Waterloo Station, London SE1 7LY
With a brilliant restaurant upstairs and their own roastery downstairs,
Caravan take as much care with their coffee as we do with our tea
Coach & Horses
A pub that is so much more than that. Great restaurant, wonderful beers and host of many a brilliant party. One of the warmest and friendliest places in London.
26-28 Ray Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1R 3DJ
Charlie McVeigh's great pubs showcasing a kaleidoscopic array of fine beers. And where there is fine beer it only follows that there would be fine tea.
Dulwich Picture Gallery
Dulwich Picture Gallery houses one of the world's most important collections of European old master paintings of the 1600s and 1700s.
College Rd Greater London SE21 7AD
For the finest punches made with great love, pride, tradition and our tea.
10 Berners Street, London W1T 3NP
Experimental Cocktail Club
Sunday afternoons in this secret China Town bar are utterly lovely for the way they gently ease you into the week. What other bar serves White Silver Tip Tea and has a DJ mixing classical music?
13A Gerrard Street, London, W1D 5PS
Grain Store is the hotly anticipated new restaurant located on Granary Square at the heart of London's most exciting new quarter, King's Cross.
Granary Square, 1-3 Stable Street, London N1C 4AB
"There's nowhere else that combines steaks of this quality with drinks of this calibre"
Highbury Barn Tavern
A great spot for Sunday brunch and a cup of RAF tea.
26 Highbury Park, London, N5 2AB
"this has to be tea at its finest"
Try Hix bespoke breakfast blend or one of the bars excellent tea cocktails created by the legendary Nick Strangeway.
Relax and rejuvenate along with a cup of tea at this yoga and treatment center.
63 Chamberlayne Road,
London NW10 3ND
Jolly good tea to go with some jolly good coffee.
66 Great Titchfield Street,
London Cocktail Club
61 Goodge Street, London, W1T 1TL
Cafe by day, fine dining restaurant by night. Always a brewery and always serving Rare Tea.
The Pepys Building, Old Royal Naval College, London, SE10 9LW
Pardoe and Wood
Revolutionising take-away food in the city. It doesnt have to be low-quality becuase it is quick. You can have a cup of our perfectly made tea to take away.
38 Houndsditch, London, EC3A 7DB
Prince Of Wales
The staff at the Prince of Wales are young, passionate and very knowledgeable. They serve great food, wonderful ales and wines and excellent tea, of course.
138 Upper Richmond Road, London, SW15 2SP
Rochelle Canteen (Arnold and Henderson)
Margot Henderson's legendary restaurant. Utterly lovely food.
Rochelle School, Arnold Circus, London E2 7ES
Quality produce, stylishly executed.
275 Portobello Road, London, W11 1LR
A beautifully converted, Victorian gentleman's convenience in the heart of Fitzrovia.
27a Foley Street, London, W1W 6DY
The Coffee Jar
Great coffee and tea with delicious treats - down the road from our old offices.
83 Parkway, London NW1
Legendary Primrose Hill pub (and our local) serving Rare Tea for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
65 Gloucester Avenue, London, NW1 8JH
The Gilbert Scott Bar
Enjoy the wondrous space Sir George Gilbert Scott created whilst sipping Rare Tea cocktails and sampling afternoon tea bites.
The Gilbert Scott
St Pancras Renaissance Hotel
The Orchard Canteen
Natasha Abraham from River Cafe has opened a fantastic new cafe in Notting Hill. Menus change daily providing an array of seasonal produce. We have yet to taste a better carrot cake.
116 Kensington Park Road, Notting Hill, London, W11 2PW
The Zetter Townhouse
In the decadent Georgian drawing-room at the Townhouse there are few better places to enjoy Rare Tea. At the Townhouse you'll even find our loose leaf tea in the rooms. The little sachets proudly say, "this is a bag of tea not a tea-bag".
The Zetter Townhouse
49-50 St. John's Square, London, EC1V 4JJ
Urban Tea Rooms
Urban Tea Rooms is Kingly Street's latest café offering a large range of teas and local British produce; putting a modern twist on the traditional English country tea room for busy Londoners.
19 Kingly St, Soho,
Situated in Wapping, Victualler is a hostelry serving local produce including oysters, artisan cheeses and fabulous tea.
69 Garnet Street
Wapping, E1W 3QS
Our lovely friend Thomasina Miers's wonderful Wahaca is where a Mexican street market meets the West End. Among the very good tequilas at the bar there is a rather wonderful Rare Tea cocktail. Now serving our tea at Charlotte Street on their first Wahaca breakfast menu.
White Mulberries is an independent coffee shop down by the marina at St. Katherine's Docks. Freshly baked artisan cakes, freshly roasted coffee and - of course - our own Rare Tea.
D3 Ivory House
St Katharine Docks
You might not expect to find the best cakes and tea in Brixton Market but they are there - at its heart.
11a-13, Market Row, London, SW9 8LB
England & Wales
An independent quality-focused café and store.
12 Gregories Road, Beaconsfield, HP9 1HQ
Cakestand and Crumb
A great little place to pick up a tin of Rare Tea or sit down for cup served in lovely bone china
7 Kings Arms Yard, Ampthill, Bedfordshire, MK45 2PJ
Brighton's, perhaps Britain's, finest French patissier, Julian Plumart creates delicate and beautiful macaroons- often using our tea as an ingredient. It's definitely worth stopping for a cup of tea and a perfectly matched macaroon.
48 Queens Rd,
Brighton, BN1 3XB
This cool and quirky bar and eatery on the edge of Bournemouth is committed to sourcing and serving British food at its best. Cocktails are mixed with bespoke spirits and menus change depending on market availability.
46 Seamoor Road, Westbourne, Bournemouth, BH4 9AS
A family owned and run cafe and kitchen located on the High Street in the Heart of Seaford’s Old Town.
42 High Street, Seaford, BN25 1PL
Glutton & Glee
British Cafe & Food Shop in the centre of historic Guildford, serving fresh home made and locally sourced food. Enjoy pots of Rare Tea with their delicious cakes or as an Afternoon Tea.
6 Tunsgate, Guildford, GU1 3QT
HERE is a cafe with the community at its heart. Serving seasonal produce through sustainable practices.
28-30 Lower Kings Rd, Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, HP4 2AB
Mother's Little Vintage Tea Rooms
A step back in time to the early 1930's for traditional real morning and afternoon tea, cake forks, table linen, dark wood and doileys. Serving Rare Tea in period porcelain of course, and selling it too.
Mother's Little Vintage Tea Room
Fore Street, Castle Cary
Somerset, BA7 7BG
Pump Street Bakery
Pump Street Bakery are famous for their real bread. They also serve wonderfully inventive dishes and, of course, real tea.
1 Pump Street, Orford, Suffolk, IP12 2LZ
Great cakes and beautiful tea.
Guisborough TS14 6BA
Natalie Eddins runs Thé Pot in Cardiff, a café which exudes faded glamour and the café cultures of Paris and San Francisco.
138 Crwys Road, Cardiff, CF24 4NR
all that is coffee
An artisanal coffee and tea bar within 'all that is solid', a creative space in Glasgow.
South Block, 60 Osborne Street, Glasgow G1 5QH
Spending time in Mike Marshall's deli never fails to make the gloomiest Edinburgh day bright and the bright days glorious
29 Haddington Place, Edinburgh, EH7 4AG
They take our tea so seriously and serve it so beautifully Leo's should be called a leaferly. There a few better places to enjoy a pot of Rare Tea.
23a Howe Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6TF
Rare Tea has arrived in Ireland and we couldn't be happier that it is with Boss Hogg - possibly the coolest place in Ireland.
In the Sant Antoni neighborhood run by two Australians who are giving the Barceloneses a charming introduction to brunch, served up with a Spanish twist.
C/ Parlament 39, 08015 Barcelona
One of the warmest and friendliest places in Oslo.
Rosenlundgata 9B, 0474 Oslo, Norway
Back in the Kitchen
Charming, incredibly friendly breakfast and lunch café in Upstate New York featuring farm fresh local produce and dairy.
3312 Rt 343, Amenia, NY 12501
A French quarter coffee shop in New Orleans featuring Rare Tea.
627 St. Peter, New Orleans LA 70116 USA