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Here Are 5 Muslim-Friendly Places In The Heart Of London For Your Afternoon Tea

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Sharifah Nawwarah  •  Aug 04, 2017

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What's a trip to London without drinking some of their English afternoon tea right? Pair your tea with warm scones topped with jam and you're basically good to go. Best part of it all, you can drink tea anytime of the day (or night) and it goes well with everything you eat. Isn't that absolutely lovely? 😌
Credit: giphy We've rounded up few of the best places to have your afternoon tea in the heart of London! P.S. If you're planning for your trip to London, find more attractions, prayer spaces and halal food in the city on our website here!
1. Afternoon tea at Corinthia Hotel
Credit: Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa on Facebook

Despite the modern style that Corinthia has, it still remains faithful to the classic combination of delicious finger sandwiches served on artisal breads, and scones that are served warm 😋

Website  Price:£££ Address:Whitehall Pl, Westminster, London SW1A 2BD, UK Nearest Tube Station: Charing Cross  Halal Status: All the meat served in the Afternoon Tea is halal, although 24 hours notice is required to ensure that no alcohol or gelatine is used.

2. Espelette at the Connaught
Credit: Squaremeal on Facebook Highlights:  A member of the British Tea Council; live harpist; artisanal pastries; traditional sandwiches  Website  Price:££££ Address:Carlos Pl, London W1K 2AL Nearest Tube Station: Bond Street Sitting Times:3pm and 5pm on weekdays; 1pm, 3pm and 5pm on weekends Halal Status:Requires a 48-hour notice to provide Halal menu
3. Claridge’s
Credit: British Vogue on Facebook With beautiful music that’ll leave you relaxed and feeling like royalty, Claridge’s the place for a true English tea experience and that is definitely worth your pounds 😉
Credit: cncstyle on Instagram  Highlights: Luxurious 1930s inspired art deco foyer; loose leaf teas and herbal infusions from all over the world; raisin and apple scones served with Marco Polo jelly and Cornish clotted cream. Website Price:££££ Address:Brook St, London W1K 4HR Nearest Tube Station: Bond Street Sitting Times:2.45pm, 3pm, 3.15pm, 3.30pm, 4.45pm, 5pm, 5.15pm and 5.30pm daily Reservation:90 days in advance Halal Status:Requires a 24-hour notice and can provide a Halal-only Afternoon Tea menu
4. Park Lounge @ the Milestone Hotel
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Highlights: Just across Kensington Palace and Kensington Gardens; garden view in Victorian setting; ‘Little Prince and Princess’ and Gentlemanly Afternoon Tea; choice to book the Oratory or Conservatory Website Price:£££ Address: The Milestone Hotel, 1 Kensington Court, London W8 5DL Nearest Tube Station:  High Street Kensington  Sitting Times:1pm, 3pm and 5pm daily Halal Status:Vegetarian and gluten-free options available; halal upon request at booking
5. The Ritz
Credit: theritzlondon on Instagram Have you had a cuppa here before? Share your experience with us by leaving a review on our website here! Highlights: The fabulously-decorated Palm Court and the elegant crockery; macarons and tarts; fluffy scones served with Strawberry Preserve and Cornish clotted cream Website Price:££££ Address:150 Piccadilly, London W1J 9BR Nearest Tube Station: Green Park Sitting Times:11.30am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm and 7.30pm Halal Status:Requires a 24-hour notice and can provide a Halal-only Afternoon Tea menu So, there you have it! 5 muslim-friendly tea rooms in the heart of London for you to check out when you're here. Did we miss out any places? Let us know in the comments below 😉