Britain’s Cheesiest Afternoon Tea Is Coming To London

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A three-tiered cheese feast of an afternoon tea is coming to London and it’s completely and utterly grate.

The world and their mothers may be tired of cheese but here at Secret London, we’re most certainly not.

Just when you thought London couldn’t get anymore cheesy, another Gouda reason comes along.

[Georgian House]
Pimlico’s Georgian House is a family-run boutique B&B that boasts gorgeous rooms, great service and now… an afternoon tea dedicated to the finest fromage.

From July 22nd, The Georgian House will be serving up multiple tiers of some of Britain’s finest cheesy goodness. Guests can expect open sandwiches laced with Little Sussex cheese, ‘nduja and roasted peppers, or a warming and smoky Welsh rarebit.

Scones come in the cheddar and thyme variety and are served alongside apples, chutney and, naturally, sonme Sussex Charmer Cheddar.


And where there is cheese and dessert, there must be cheesecake. This one comes in a cute little cone and is of the Mascarpone variety with red berries. Think an Eton Mess, but better. Other sweet treats come in the form of a blueberry and goat’s cheese mousse, whiskey soaked apricots or even a ‘drunk cheese’ – refined in dessert wine, its one boozy ride.


Afternoon teas usually come with the option of adding a few bubbles but this one boasts a wine pairing for each tier instead.  This special cheese afternoon tea will cost £35 per person but for £50 per person, guests can enjoy specially selected wines and ciders to complement their cheese experience perfectly.

For more information, visit their website or find Georgian House at 35 – 39 St George’s Drive, Pimlico, near Victoria station, SW1V 4DG.

Feature Image: Brooke Lark.

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Morgan Cormack

Morgan Cormack

A born and bred East Londoner, Morgan tends to split her time strolling around food markets, being squished in London crowds due to her small stature or trying to firmly define the term "trendy". Essentially, a part time writer but a full time food lover.