Top 5 Afternoon Tea locations in Manchester
We all love an afternoon tea experience with friends or family from time to time. But where should you go? Well we have selected 5 different afternoon tea locations in Manchester to help you decide. Some are more of a casual experience, others reek luxury and elegance, however all are quality and won’t let you down.
Selfridges – Manchester Exchange
San Carlo Gran Café
££ £15.95 – £25.95 each
A stylish top floor bar and restaurant inside Selfridges, offering sleek views of Manchester.
With a champagne bar on entry this venue is elegant and sophisticated. A quality afternoon tea is served with guests seated in a smart modern cream and chrome colour scheme area. Smart casual seems to be the dress code here, so sit back relax and enjoy your afternoon supping champagne and taking in the views of the city.
Burton Road, Manchester, M20 1JQ
One for the chocoholics, myself included. The afternoon tea at this award-winning West Didsbury chocolatier is one to experience. This little gem opened in West Didsbury in 2012.
Featuring lots of chocolatey goodness spread across the usual items you might find on an afternoon tea stand, including the shop's award-winning brownies. This afternoon tea is sure to bring joy to any chocolate lover.
11 Stevenson Square, Manchester M1 1DB
££ £18.25 - £25.25
“Rosylee opened its doors in late 2013 as a traditional tearoom, but has evolved into a stylish restaurant and lounge bar, serving quality food and drinks”
A modern afternoon tea establishment, very classy and a perfect setting to spend an afternoon with friends. A young and quirky feel with a beautiful afternoon tea spread. The menu offers tradition and a touch of modern with a selection of finger sandwiches, miniature cakes and chocolate dipped strawberries. Delicious.
Richmond Tea Rooms
Richmond Street, The Village, Manchester M1 3HZ
££ £18.95 - £24.95
The afternoon tea for afternoon tea lovers across the land. This place is what I would call H E A V E N. It has an extended afternoon tea menu choose from the ‘Richmond Tea’, the ‘Queens Tea’ or even, the ‘Hatter Tea’. All served with, well - Tea! A unique setting, with a traditional English afternoon tea setting the local entreprenaurs have given a ‘nod towards a Tim Burton inspired design’. A quirky, whimsical and fun setting this is one for the fun at heart.
5 Old Bank Street, Manchester M2 7PE
££ £19.95 - £24.95
Looking for a traditional and cozy afternoon tea? Then look no further. Annie’s won the People’s choice ‘best Tea Room’ back in 2014 and we can assure you that when the people spoke, they were not wrong at all. This one is last in our top 5, but by no means would this be our last resort.