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Shopping and afternoon tea

Afternoon tea on Oxford Street and in London's shopping districts

Oxford Street, Bond Street and the surrounding streets are packed with shops and stores where you can buy everything you want. Covent Garden and Knightsbridge have boutiques and luxury stores where you can buy unique and designer wares.

After a hard day's shopping, relax at one of our restaurants with a delicious afternoon tea - we're in the best locations and all our restaurants include complimentary Wi-Fi.

Restaurants on Oxford Street and Tottenham Court Road

Scoff & Banter Oxford StreetScoff & Banter Tea Rooms Oxford Street

Step in from the hustle of Oxford Street and Scoff & Banter Tea Rooms is just the soothing place you need. Wood paneling and comfy leather furniture make for a relaxing mood.

Scoff & Banter Marble ArchSteak & Lobster Marble Arch

Just the kind of hip place you’d expect in a boutique hotel tucked into a quiet corner off Oxford Street. Steak & Lobster Marble Arch is cool and cosy at the same time, with comfy leather chairs and an urban soundtrack.


Restaurants in South Kensington and Knightsbridge

Scoff & Banter KensingtonScoff & Banter Kensington

Located in fashionable South Kensington, perfect for the great museums, Chelsea, Knightsbridge and Hyde Park, Scoff & Banter Kensington is set in the beautiful old Vanderbilt family mansion.



Restaurants in Covent Garden and Bloomsbury

Scoff & Banter BloomsburySteak & Lobster Bloomsbury

In the heart of literary Bloomsbury and close to the British Museum, Steak & Lobster Bloomsbury combines a smart bar and a great restaurant serving delicious food.

Scoff & Banter Covent GardenMonmouth Kitchen

Opposite the Cambridge Theatre is Monmouth Kitchen, serving 'El Dolce Semplice', a Mediterranean-inspired tea with bruschetta, salmon and jalapeno tacos, Amaretto scones, fruit tartlets, churros with chocolate dipping sauce and more.



Restaurants in central Manchester

Opus One restaurant in ManchesterOpus One

From the day it opened, Opus One has been one of Manchester's liveliest and popular restaurants. In the heart of Manchester and nearby Spinningfields, the Trafford Centre and the Arndale Centre, it's the perfect place to rest after a long day of shopping.


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