Alfred's is a private members' club, but in the summer everyone sips our tea in the lovely Mayfair coutyard outside the neighbouring Dunhill shop
Dunhill, Bourdon House, 2 Davies Street, London W1K 3DJ
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
Hub of British cuisine underneath the Hoxton arches. The Master Grey cocktail is highly recommended.
397 - 400 Geffrye Street, London, E2 8HZ
Haunt of both foodies and fashion fans. Beautiful food cooked with passion and attention to detail.
23-27 Wadeson Street, London E2 9DR
We are proud to supply this wonderful Soho institution.
67 Dean Street, Soho, London, W1D 4QH
Soho’s latest ramen bar from ex-Nobu and ex-Zuma legend Ross Shonhan. It looks casual but has an amazing sake list and is serving oolong both as tea and in the cocktails.
30-31 Peter Street
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
With a brilliant restaurant upstairs and their own roastery downstairs,
Caravan take as much care with their coffee as we do with our tea
Cây Tre Soho
Savour a cup of our finest Oolong or sip an iced Jasmine Silver Tip to perfectly compliment the fresh and delicious flavours of this astoundingly good Vietnamese restaurant.
42-43 Dean street, London, W1D 4QD
Cool elegance amidst the hectic surrounds of Soho.
61-63 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 6LQ
The first restaurant ever to serve Rare Tea when we began in 2004. Unsuprisingly one of our favourite places in the world.
2 Bellevue Road, Wandsworth Common, London, SW17 7EG
Dehesa is a charcuterie and tapas bar inspired by the cuisine of Spain and Italy. It opened in January 2008 and is the sister restaurant to Salt Yard in Fitzrovia and Opera Tavern in Covent Garden.
25 Ganton Street
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.
A new venture for some of our old friends. Ducksoup is set to be the place for great food and a wonderfully friendly atmosphere, and of course a great cup of Jasmine or RAF tea.
41 Dean Street, Soho
Granger & Co
We are delighted to be supplying Bill Granger's first London restaurant with our tea.
175 Westbourne Grove London W11 2SB
"There's nowhere else that combines steaks of this quality with drinks of this calibre"
"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.
Chef Maria Elia is fascinated by food, her menu draws on British and Greek influences to bring startlingly fresh flavours to the elegant surroundings of Joe's.
126 Draycott Avenue, London, SW3 3AH
"Sibling to fine-dining restaurant Pied à Terre, L'Autre Pied keeps it convivial, melding friendly, upbeat service with an accessible menu." Time-Out.
5-7 Blandford Street
London, W1U 3DB
Breathtaking modern Peruvian cuisine in lively Fitzrovia.
31 Rathbone Place, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 1JH
The Lockhart provides a restaurant experience that combines a friendly atmosphere with a modern take on cuisine from the Southwest US.
22-24 Seymour Place, London
Fantastic traditional Russian cuisine in a baroque but homely St. Petersburg Tea Salon setting.
Wellington Court, 116 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7PJ
London's smallest fine dining experience
104 Chepstow Road, London, W2 5QS
May Fair Hotel
The perfect expression of Chef Patron Silvena Rowe's exuberant personality. Try afternoon tea here rather than being bored by the identikit offerings of most London hotels.
Quince at The May Fair
Stratton Street, London, W1J 8LT
Medlar is owned and run by David O’Connor (previously manager of The Square) and Joe Mercer-Naine (previously sous-chef at Chez Bruce). As you can imagine the brilliant service is matched only by the food.
438 Kings Road, Chelsea, SW10 0LJ
Creators Sam and Sam Clark are great fans of what we do at Rare Tea, the feeling is mutual.
34 - 36 Exmouth Market
Angela Hartnett's flagship restaurant. Try her bespoke Rare Tea blend.
20 Queen Street, London, W1J 5PR
Newman Street Tavern
A celebration of the freshest and best British produce at the heart of Fitzrovia.
Newman Street Tavern
48 Newman Street
Northbank offers a quintessentially modern British menu with a Cornish influence. Fantastic views over the Thames.
Milennium Bridge, One Paul's Walk, London, EC4V 3QH
Oblix at The Shard
Sleek and elegant. Sip the bespoke Oblix Blend while enjoying the breathtaking view of London.
The Shard, Joiner Street, London, SE1 9EX
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
Opera Tavern is a beautiful two-storey bar and restaurant in the heart of theatre land. Located on Catherine Street specialising in Italian and Spanish influenced tapas and with a charcoal grill on the ground floor.
23 Catherine St
Overlooking the Thames on the historic Tower Wharf at the Tower of London, the Perkin Reveller is a fantastic new dining experience in the very heart of London.
The Wharf at The Tower of London,
EC3N 4AB London
Pied à Terre
Two Michelin stars for over nine years. Tasting is believing.
34 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 2NH
We're excited that David Moore, who is behind Pied A Terre and L'Autre Pied, has opened up a new restaurant focused on simple, straightforward food to share right across the street from Rare Tea.
19 Blandford Street, London W1U 3DH
Plum & Spilt Milk
Simple classics, beautifully cooked.
Great Northern Hotel, Kings Cross St Pancras Station, Pancras Road, London, N1C 4TB
The wonderful Henry Harris at Racine serves delicious French-inspired cuisine, aided by his brilliant staff.
239 Brompton Road, London, SW3 2EP
The little sibling of DuckSoup. Wine shop-cum-bar with an all day menu.
5 Amhurst Road
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay
Clare Smyth, the only female head chef in the country to hold three Michelin stars, cooks delicious and innovative food which we love.
68 Royal Hospital Road, London, SW3 4HP
London's oldest restaurant, founded in 1798.
35 Maiden Lane,
London WC2E 7LB
Salt Yard is an award-winning bar and restaurant serving modern tapas inspired by the flavours and produce of Spain and Italy.
54 Goodge St,
The new pop-up restaurant from the man behind Bistrotheque, with an aging starlet theme.
King's Cross Filling Station, Good's Way, London, N1C 4UR
In any one of Fergus Henderson's restaurants stop in for the bespoke St. John Blend - a breakfast tea we created to restore your faith in proper English tea.
The Arts Club
The perfect location for sipping Rare Tea amongst the ghosts of the greats.
40 Dover Street, Mayfair, London,W1S 4NP
The Clove Club
Modern British cuisine conjured from unusual UK- soruced ingredients at this Shoreditch crowd-funded project.
Shoreditch Town Hall, 380 Old Street, London, EC1V 9LT
Legendary Primrose Hill pub (and our local) serving Rare Tea for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
65 Gloucester Avenue, London, NW1 8JH
The Fish & Chip Shop
Des McDonald, former Chief Executive of Caprice Holdings, has opened his first solo venture, The Fish & Chip Shop in Islington. Serving the freshest sustainable fish from around the British Isles.
189 Upper Street, London, N1 1RQ
The Hampshire Hog
A new venture from the team behind the legendary Engineer. Superb food and interesting drinks, what more could you want.
227 King Street,
London, W6 9JT
Brett Graham's restaurant has deservedly become one of the world's ultimate dining destinations.
127 Ledbury Road, Notting Hill, London, W11 2AQ
The Pearson Room
A casual yet sophisticated restaurant and cocktail bar serving an eclectic all day menu inspired by the seasons.
16 - 19 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5ER
The Quality Chop House
The Quality Chop House has been an eating house since 1869. The designer, Rowland Plumbe, wanted to create ulitarian spaces for the masses that had a touch of glamour. The menu has changed but the spirit has not.
92-94 Farringdon Road, London, EC1R 3EA
One of London's best restaurants that wins you over with fine dining without being too stuffy.
6-10 Bruton Street, Mayfair, W1J 6PU
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
"The Rare Tea Company creates teas of outstanding quality and aroma.
They offer the finest full leaves with intense flavours and Henrietta Lovell provides an excellent service."
43 Elystan Street, London, SW3 3NT
An independently owned pub in the heart of Maida Vale, providing a high quality drinking and dining experience in a relaxed and welcoming environment.
55 Shirland Rd, London W9 2JD
White Rabbit aspires to the standards of high-end eatery but without the traditional formality. It is in Dalston after all.
15-16 Bradbury Street, London, N16 8JN
With Angela Hartnett as executive chef this is a wonderful place to eat and drink as well as gaze.
77-82 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX
The French-inspired menu offers the freshest, most seasonal of ingredients and a daily-changing selection of exciting dishes.
12 St George St, London, W1S 2FB
The food served at Zucca is based on the traditional Italian kitchen. However, they adopt a progressive interpretation of this style without following food trends.
184 Bermondsey St, London Borough of Southwark, SE1
England & Wales
Carters of Moseley
A young British restaurant in Birmingham taking modern approaches to classic dishes.
2c Wake Green Road, Moseley, Birmingham B13 9EZ
Restaurant, bar and dining room set in Cheltenham’s first purpose built picture palace from 1922.
18–20 Suffolk Parade, Cheltenham, GL50 2AE
You can imagine how proud we are that Rare Tea is served at The Fat Duck. It is the greatest fun an immense privilege to work with the amazing staff of the Experimental Kitchen.
High Street, Bray, Berkshire, SL6 2AQ
Hix Oyster and Fish House
"this has to be tea at its finest"
Enjoy your tea with stunning panoramic views across the Jurassic coast.
Nathan Outlaw Restaurant
Recently awarded his 2nd Michelin Star - no one deserves it more.
St Enodoc Hotel, Rock, Cornwall, PL27 6LA
A restaurant we adore in every way.
Faversham Road, Seasalter, Whitstable, Kent, CT5 4BP
Swan at Chapel Down
English restaurant at the Chapel Down Winery supporting local suppliers.
Small Hythe Road, Tenterden TN30 7NG
Run by Sam Pearman of The Lucky Onion, this new pub has a beautiful interior, oyster bar and an extensive range of beers and ales.
The Chequers, Church Road
Oxfordshire OX7 6NJ
The Gunton Arms
A beautiful location and beautiful local food. The Gunton Arms is a traditional pub with 8 bedrooms in an extensive historic park near Cromer in North Norfolk. One of the lovliest places for a cup of good tea.
Set at the top of the Museum of Scotland, it's worth requesting a window seat. This is rooftop dining at its most spectacular.
National Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1JF
Matt Orlando, ex-Noma, has opened a spectacular new restaurant in Copenhagen with local sourcing and honesty at it's heart.
Refshalevej 153, 1432 Copenhagen, Denmark
A beach restaurant with the spirit of a chiringuito.
Jockey Club Salinas, AP CO 405, SANT JORDI 07817, IBIZA, SPAIN
Bills Sydney in Waikiki
Bill Granger opens his first US location. English Breakfast tea on the beach.
280 Beach Walk, Honolulu Hawaii 96815
Blue Hill at Stone Barns
We are immensely pround to have our tea served at Blue Hill at Stone Barns. There are no menus, Instead, guests are presented with a list of over a hundred ingredients containing the best offereings from the field and market.
630 Bedford Rd, Pocantico Hills, NY 10591, United States
The ultimate expression of what an Italian restaurant should be.
85 10th Avenue, New York, 110011, United States
La Serre Bistro and Boulangerie
A relaxed, yet sophisticated French restaurant serving delicious and fresh French-Mediterranean fare.
Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Dubai
Serving up regionally sourced food, this sea-inspired restaurant and wine bar prides itself on safe-guarding the community identity of the East Village.
162 Ave B, East Village, New York, 10009, United States
Ranked among the best 50 restaurants in the world, David Chang's Ssam Bar is a highlight of New York's culinary scene.
207 2nd Avenue, New York, NY 10003
Momofuku Ma Peche
Má Pêche (which means "mother peach") is Momofuku's only restaurant in midtown. The restaurant has Momofuku's largest raw bar, incorporates one of the Momofuku's Milk Bar bakeries and is, of course, serving a full range of Rare Tea Company teas.
Located in Chambers Hotel
15 w. 56th Street
Between 5th + 6th ave.
Boston's award-winning, incredible yet unpretensious restaurant.
134 Hampshire Street, Cambridge, MA 02139 USA
Italian food, reimagined in Boston. Ribelle is Italian for “rebel,” and was opened by Tim Maslow, formerly a chef at Momofuku in New York.
1665 Beacon St., Brookline MA
Jimmy's Restaurant ushers in a new era of dining in South Lake Tahoe. Wood-fired Greek and regional California cuisine is prepared to perfection by their classically trained chef.
4104 Lakeshore Blvd. South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150, USA
This Barcelona-style tapas bar features an eclectic menu focusing on both traditional and modern tapas, combining regional Spanish flavors and techniques with local and market-fresh ingredients. The Spanish-focused cocktail menu from the in-house team features a dedicated section of Spain’s cocktail of choice, Gin & Tonic.
85 10th Avenue
15th Street and 11th Avenue
New York NY 10011