There’s A New Rooftop Afternoon Tea That Overlooks London’s Impressive Skyline

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London summers don’t get much better than when you’re on a rooftop. ME London’s iconic Radio Rooftop are serving their new afternoon tea up high to get those unbeatable views of London.

If you haven’t already noticed, we’re big fans of afternoon tea here at Secret London. Well, this one is combining everything we love about summer in one delicious package.


Take your quintessential tea, throw in an iconic rooftop with views of London’s skyline, some special afternoon tea cocktails and you’ll have Radio Rooftop’s wonderful new Skyline afternoon tea.

Not only will you be treated to panoramic views of London, but the tea itself is a very modern 21st century twist on an old classic. Some of the treats are even infused with alcohol because, you know, who can’t say no to a bit of booze with their scones?


Light, fresh flavours are the name of this afternoon tea game and additions include chestnut mushroom, green olive and aged cheddar muffins and even a summer-inspired rhubarb compote crumble with mascarpone mousse.

Okay, summer may be coming to an end but this Skyline afternoon tea has been designed to help Londoners get the last of that sunshine whilst enjoying a damn good afternoon tea as well.


Not only does the whole arrangement look fancy AF but you’re bound to get some great Instagram-worthy pictures with those views.

The Skyline afternoon tea will be served weekdays from 12pm-5pm and weekends from 11am. It will be served as an alternative to the weekday lunch and weekend brunch menus. Enjoy the afternoon tea for £28 per person, which includes one stand and one tea.

Other afternoon teas we’re crazy about:

☕ The Ul-tea-mate Roundup Of London’s Best Afternoon Teas
☕ An All-Pink Afternoon Tea Is Coming To London
☕ An Ice Cream Afternoon Tea Has Come To London For Summer

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.

1 comment

  1. Extremely disappointed with Fortnum’s afternoon tea. We had to wait 15 minutes for our table although we were punctual, the service was very slow, incorrect tea was brought, we had to request the lemon we had previously ordered, cakes were not offered automatically we had to remind our server. All in all an experience we would not repeat or recommend. Then the server expected a gratuity and was annoyed when it was not given.

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