London's Afternoon Teas, Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition: A Guide to the Most Exquisite Tea Venues in London (IMM Lifestyle) 60 of the Best Places to Take Tea, with Recipes, Venue History, & More
Author: Susan Cohen
Brand: Design Originals
Edition: Revised and Expanded 2nd
Number Of Pages: 208
Release Date: 12-03-2018
Details: Product Description London and tea go together like jam and scones, and this lovely book takes a stylish look at the afternoon tea scene! 60 exquisite places to take tea in and around London Hip, up-to-date, stylish guide to the London tea scene Features famous recipes from the venues and lavish color photography Completely updated new edition, expanded to almost double size The perfect gift for that Anglophile friend, in this handsome new hardcover version London's Afternoon Teas is the hippest and most up-to-date source of information for both London residents and tourists alike. Featuring 60 of the best places to take tea in London, including classics such as Claridges and the Wolseley as well as completely unexpected venues, there's a tea here to suit all tastes and budgets. The text includes the history of the venues, their most popular recipes, interesting facts, and types of teas available, along with details of nearby attractions to help you make a day of it. Now in hardcover, this revised second edition has been greatly expanded with additional tea venues, more pages, and new lavish photography. Review If you have the opportunity to explore London and their exquisite tea locations, you will definitely want to take this book with you. -- Life is Better with Tea From the Back Cover London and tea go together like jam and scones, and this completely updated and expanded guide presents more than 50 exquisite places to enjoy afternoon tea in and around the capital. From classic spots like Claridge's and the Savoy to more unexpected, off-the-beaten-path places, there's something here to suit every taste and budget. A history of the venues, lavish new colour photography, advice on nearby attractions, and famous recipes make this the hippest, most up-to-date source of information for London residents and tourists alike. "Outlines many of the best afternoon teas in London"—LAURA LOVES CAKES "My choice of Top 5 English Tea Books"—EMMA ROSE TULLY, DAYDREAMER About the Author Susan Cohen is the author of Where to Take Tea. She is an academic historian with a special interest in British Victorian and Edwardian social history. Susan has had articles published in academic and popular journals, and is a contributor to the New Dictionary of National Biography.
Package Dimensions: 8.5 x 6.0 x 0.7 inches