Something I grew up with: tea. Due to my mum’s English background, my family has been brought up with a cup of tea once in the morning and of course at teatime. Tea is a ritual for many cultures, there are so many that exist today. However, for the British, high tea used to be a very special occasion, today it is still special but also a more popular ritual amongst the world.
When my family and I visit London, it is a treat for us when we all get together to have tea at the Landmark London in Marylebone. Although it may be a bit out of the way to get to, the high tea is exceptional. We always make time for high tea. The Landmark has been our favourite spot – no matter where we have been in the world to enjoy high tea, this is the place to go.
Infinite (and I mean it) amount of sandwiches, numerous of sweets and raisin scones, this high tea service is absolutely divine. The tea is served piping hot, the service is impeccable, and the space that you dine in (the lobby of the hotel) is gorgeously filled with flowers and palm trees. With a pianist in the background, your experience at The Landmark is one of a kind.