BRAVO award winners for
BRAVO Afternoon Tea
BRAVO Best Afternoon Tea
Bravo Afternoon Tea! We love you. A peculiarly British flight of fancy, a classic afternoon or ‘low’ tea comprises perfectly cut finger sandwiches, petit four and fluffy scones with jam and cream. You can bicker over the order of jam and cream on your scone if you must but we all agree that this tea is here to stay. And the winner of the BRAVO for Best Afternoon Tea goes to – Brighton Regency Routemaster. Huge congratulations to the team.
Ding ding! We’re all going on a…2333 Routemaster….no more worries for an hour or two. Take a spin through the coastal and historic landmarks of Brighton and Sussex while being served the 1# Best Afternoon Tea in town. You’re overflowing with enthusiasm for this nostalgia rich glory of a bus and the whole deliciously silly Britishness of it. Jump on board for a seriously good Afternoon Tea Bus Tour to remember or maybe, a cherished memory re-lived. You won’t be able to resist singing along to the super 60s playlist.
Holding on to second place for the second year running, Metrodeco continues to charm with its eclectic Art Nouveau decor and selection of unmissable afternoon tea menus. Seasonally changing and freshly made, Metrodeco offers savoury snacks alongside sensational sweet treats like donuts, cupcakes or macarons. They offer a fabulous vegan (or vegetarian) menu and tea refills plus a glass of fizz if you’re so inclined.
Leman Tea Room
The stuff that afternoon team dreams are made of. Leman Tea Room is a confection in itself, with pink sugar frosted windows framing picture perfect cakes. A traditional treat of an afternoon tea comes served on chintzy vintage crockery in this cosy little Polly-pocket cafe. They have sumptuous cream teas and freshly-made cakes on offer too.