Best High Tea Brisbane Has To Offer 2022 (2023)

Considering a High Tea Brisbane but unsure which establishments offer Brisbane High tea and which are the best places to go.

We have compiled a list of the best High teaBrisbane can provide, so if you are looking for the perfect high tea with friends, a romantic valentines afternoon tea, a mothers day afternoon tea treat for your mum, a fathers day treat for your dad or just a special treat for yourself, check out:

The Walnut Restaurant & Lounge Bar

152 Alice Street, Brisbane, QLD, 4000

Featuring some of the best dining experiences in Brisbane, the Walnut Restaurant epitomises the very best in service.

The Walnut Restaurant offers the perfect setting for high tea with Egyptian crystal chandeliers, polished walnut wood panelling, and a divine selection of treats from savoury to sweet.

$39 per person

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Dandelion & Driftwood

20 Doncaster Street, Hendra, QLD 4011

Dandelion & Driftwood cafe specialises in tea and coffee, with house blends, high tea and seasonal cafe food.

Brisbane’s most acclaimed High Tea to takeaway includes D&D savoury and sweet deliciousness boxed up, barista crafted coffee or tea, along with bubbles.

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The White House of Waterford

9-11 Nerang Street, Waterford, Queensland, Australia

Enjoy this picturesque colonial style venue with polished wooden floorboards, manicured lawns and a Balinese style pergola.

This will be pure indulgence not to be missed! Your high tea can be enjoyed with barista coffee and T2 loose leaf teas.

Served Friday to Sunday – 11:30am & 2:30pm

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Dovetail Social

49 Laura St. Highgate Hill, Brisbane, QLD 4101

This laid-back cafe offers breakfast, pastries and afternoon tea, plus an extensive gluten-free menu.

They offer high teas throughout the year including a Christmas themed high tea. Enjoy the usual array of sandwiches, scones and sweet treats.

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View Hotel Brisbane

Cnr Kingsford Smith Drive & Hunt Street Hamilton QLD 4007 Australia

Whether it’s by the pool, or overlooking the Brisbane River from Plates Restaurant, experience the deliciously modern ritual of high tea at View Brisbane.

Indulge in a tantalising selection of exquisite sweet treats, petite savoury delights, and dainty ribbon sandwiches. All freshly made in-house and served on beautiful vintage tiered stands

From $39 per person

Visit the website for further details

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The Matriarch

1/22 Masters St, Newstead, QLD, 4006

Cocktails, high tea and a varied food menu are served in this beautiful cafe that has a garden atrium.

Sweet treats include delights such as strawberry slices, chocolate joconde biscuits, dark chocolate ganache and opera cake.

From $45 per person

Served Thursday to Sunday 11.00am – 4.00pm Reservation Required

Queensland Parliament

Parliament House, Cnr George and Alice Streets Brisbane Qld 4000

Enjoy one of Brisbane’s best high tea offerings in the iconic Strangers’ dining room. Every High Tea is a special occasion featuring: a delicious selection of handmade delicacies;

Live classical music; the option to add a glass of sparkling or French Champagne and an optional tour of Parliament House*

*Please note, tours are dependent on Parliamentary proceedings and are subject to change.

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Emporium Hotel Brisbane

267 Grey Street, South Bank, Queensland, 4101

A doyenne of the Brisbane patisserie scene, Belle Époque pays homage to the beauty of French traditions with its food philosophy, authentic design and exceptional quality.

Sweet and savoury and absolutely sublime, every element of the menu – from breakfast to lunch to the famed High Teas in between – is skilfully and freshly crafted every day.

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Clear Mountain Lodge

564 Clear Mountain Road, Clear Mountain, Brisbane, QLD 4500

Take a seat on the expansive open deck and take in the calm vista that stretches to the distant waters of Moreton Bay.

You can also enjoy the indoor dining room whilst tucking in to sandwiches, savoury items, hot scones with cream and jam, petite sweet treats and your choice of coffee and tea.

From $35.00 per person

Served Wednesday to Sunday 12 noon – 2.30pm

The Vintage Apron, Capalaba

Shop 5, Capalaba Central, 38-62 Moreton Bay Road, Capalaba, Qld 4157

The Vintage Apron café offers housemade sweets and savouries, woodfired pizza and delicious light meals as well as superior quality coffee.

All food is made in house with fresh produce and is preservative and additive free.

Visit their Facebook page for further details

Spicers Balfour Hotel, Brisbane

37 Balfour Street, New Farm, 4006 QLD

Pick your favourite seat in the courtyard or catch the breeze on the verandah. The Balfour Kitchen & Bar is famous for their delectable high teas.

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With a large range of sweet and savoury treats plus a selection of champagnes and speciality teas, this high tea experience is perfect for any special occasion or no occasion at all.

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Wolston Farmhouse

223 Grindle Road, Wacol, QLD 4076

Enjoy the refreshing flavours of loose-leaf tea from across the globe and close to home or freshly ground aromatic French Press coffee, served alongside locally sourced High Tea favourites with a rustic twist.

Afterwards, explore Brisbane’s oldest residential farmhouse property featuring furnishings & artefacts dating back to the nineteenth century.

Available at weekends

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The Brisbane Club

241 Adelaide Street, Brisbane, Queensland 4000

The Brisbane Club is a private members club for men and women. They offer dining experiences for members including a high tea service.

Please visit the website for further details

Kookaburra Showboat Cruises

Lower Boardwalk Level, Eagle St Pier, 45 Eagle St, Brisbane CBD, Queensland, Australia

Your cruise along the Brisbane River includes a decadent 3-tier High Tea stand with sweet and savoury delights.

Including sandwiches, savouries and lots of sweet treats. A children’s version is also available.

Served on Saturdays

Please visit the website for further details

Marriott Hotel Brisbane, Motion Bar & Grill

515 Queen St, Brisbane, Brisbane, Queensland 4000

A smart restaurant in a modern hotel serving steak, seafood, sharing plates and high tea. Immerse yourself in the energy of Motion Dining, the signature restaurant at the Brisbane Marriott Hotel.

Showcasing lovely views of Brisbane River and serving High Tea, our restaurant offers something for everyone.

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Room with Roses

111-117 Adelaide Street, Queen Street Mall, Brisbane, QLD, 4000

Room with Roses is set in an arcade, a plush all-day cafe with elegant vintage decor serving light meals, cake and high tea.

High tea includes ribbon sandwiches; warm savouries; raspberry Scones with house made raspberry jam and Chantilly cream; 3 Housemade Sweets and a drink.

Open Monday to Saturday: 9.30am – 2.30pm

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Shingle Inn

Shingle Inn City Hall, King George Square, Brisbane QLD 4000

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High Tea is an unforgettable experience enjoyed in Brisbane’s oldest and most-loved café.

Feast on a wonderful selection of ribbon sandwiches together with a delicious assortment of petite sweet treats and hand-made scones with clotted cream and preserve.

Children under 12 are also catered for with a Teddy Bear High Tea.

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Treasury Heritage Hotel The Lab

Top of the Queen Street Mall, Brisbane QLD 4000

This genteel space with arched windows serves high tea on weekends. Nestled in the stunning surrounds of Treasury Brisbane’s Hotel.

The Lab offers a classic breakfast with a touch of timeless elegance. In addition, The Lab continues to serve a classic high tea created by their in-house pastry team on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

Adults $50 | Children $25

Served at the weekends

Vintage Bar and Grill – Hilton Hotel Hotel

Level Six, 190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane

Enjoy a classic High Tea with family and friends at Vintaged Bar. Expect all of your high tea classics including dainty sandwiches, scones and lots of cakes and pastries for you to indulge in.

From $45 per person

Served daily

Customs House Brisbane

399 Queen Street, Brisbane QLD 4000

Brisbane’s best high tea now comes with a touch of French elegance. Enjoy ribbon sandwiches and savoury canapés; raspberry scones with jam, cream and fresh raspberries.

Assorted handcrafted petite desserts and macarons with coffee, tea and a glass of Louis Roederer Brut Premier Champagne

From $83 per person

Served Tuesday: 3.00pm, Wednesday to Sunday: 11:30am or 3:00pm

The Racing Cafe

317 Nudgee Rd, Hendra QLD 4011

Located in the heart of Brisbane’s racing precinct, The Racing Café offers a fresh approach to homestyle breakfast and lunch.

They offer a wide variety of hot and iced drinks, and also provide savoury and sweet food options. So whether you’re stopping for your morning coffee, lunch, or an afternoon snack, they’ve got you covered!

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Forget Me Not Café

399 Honour Ave, Graceville QLD 4075

This quaint cafe has an England-themed feature wall and over 30 tea varieties, plus meals, rolls and cakes.

Their high teas are perfect for any special occasions, birthdays, Mothers’ Days, Baby Showers’… or Wednesdays.

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Enjoy a mouth-watering selection of delicious delicacies including house made savoury bites; ribbon sandwiches; freshly baked scones and mini sweets.

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French & Mor

1/2 Dawn Rd, Albany Creek QLD 4035

French and more provide handmade pastries, sandwiches and cakes in a quaint café with art on the walls and outdoor seating.

Their modern French high tea is served on bone china and an elegant three-tiered stand including tea sandwiches, pastries and high quality cakes.

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Tea and Niceties

32 Eagle Heights Rd, Tamborine Mountain QLD 4271

Enjoy brunch and high tea in a light, elegant cafe with romantic decor, fine crockery and a large garden.

The elegant high tea room provides the perfect setting for you to enjoy tiers of delicate petite fours, freshly baked scones, hot and cold savouries, and a range of signature collection loose leaf teas.

Open Wednesday to Sunday 10.00am – 4.00pm

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Crema and Cream

20 Minimine St, Stafford QLD 4053

Crema and Cream is a quaint, cottage-like coffeehouse with outdoor seating. Regardless of which version of high tea is chosen, each guest will be served 4 delectable savoury and 4 delicious sweet treats.

All their food is prepared in-house and they are able to cater for individual dietary requirements such as gluten or dairy free and vegetarian/vegan.

From $36 per person

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Cafe Mirage

74 Seaworld Dr, Main Beach QLD 4217

From a perfect cup of coffee to Açai or Salad Bowl; a healthy smoothie or fresh juices to crêpes or decadent cakes and pastries.

Enjoy these in Cafe Mirage a cosy, casual cafe located at the iconic Marina Mirage.

Visit their website for further details

Keri Craig Emporium

Lower Brisbane Arcade, 160 Queen St, Brisbane City QLD 4000

The Keri Craig Emporium Fashion Café is a regular gathering spot for generations enjoying “high tea”. Famous for over 20 years, this old world tradition is a celebration for all to enjoy.

Charmingly presented with a glass of French bubbles, you’ll sample traditional sandwiches, scones and lots of sweet treats.

From $45 per person

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FAQs

What is the difference between high and afternoon tea? ›

Delectable scones, tea sandwiches, and cakes are the hallmark of an afternoon tea, which is served in midafternoon. A high tea, however, includes much more substantive fare, such as meat, fish, and egg dishes, as well as breads and desserts, and is offered in the early evening.

What is special about high tea? ›

High tea is the British tradition of drinking tea while sitting in high-backed chairs at a table full of plated items such as cold meats, vegetables, pickled fish, potatoes, salads, pies, tarts, homemade bread or crackers with butter, teacakes and fruitcakes.

Is high tea still a thing? ›

While many people in Britain today refer to this meal as 'supper' or 'dinner', in many homes, it's still referred to as 'tea'. And the word 'high' has been (rather confusingly) dropped from the phrase altogether.

Why is high tea so called? ›

The event itself began to be called 'high tea' because all the items of food and the tea were placed on the 'high' dining table. Normally, the teapot, cups and sandwiches were placed on a much lower table — what we now call 'coffee table'! Tea served using such a table was called 'low tea'!

What are the 3 main foods served at an afternoon tea? ›

There aren't any rules when it comes to the food, but a standard afternoon tea comprises a tier of sandwiches, a tier of cakes and one of scones or teacakes.

What is the dress code for high tea? ›

Afternoon Tea Dress Code

Generally, the attire requested for guests to adhere to for afternoon tea is “smart casual,” which falls somewhere between business casual and casual. This will usually mean no trainers, t-shirts, shorts or sportswear. And gentlemen will typically be asked to wear a collared shirt.

What do you wear for afternoon tea? ›

Usually, the attire requested for guests to adhere to for afternoon tea is 'smart casual'. This will generally mean no sports-branded trainers, t-shirts, shorts, or sportswear. A typical outfit for afternoon tea for men would include smart trousers and shoes, with a shirt.

What is the best time for afternoon tea? ›

People usually have afternoon tea between 3 and 5pm, and 4pm is often cited as the best time for afternoon tea. Many hotels and restaurants offer it from noon until early evening, though, so you don't have to stick to the rules if you want to have it earlier or later.

Can men go to high tea? ›

The last time I went out for high tea, I was with a male friend. We were in a dining room of the Lanesborough Hotel in London, and the other tables were occupied by a mixture of men and women. So I would say no, high tea is not mainly for women rather than men.

How do you hold a high tea? ›

As fancy as it might feel to keep your pinkie up while drinking tea, the proper way to hold a tea cup is with your pinkie finger down. Eat your scones the traditional way. Spread them with cream first, then jam.

What is the difference between a high tea and a low tea? ›

Low Tea was intended as a light snack to tide someone over until dinner. High Tea was an energy packed meal designed to sustain those who worked hard all day long. Instead of crustless cucumber sandwiches and petit fours, workers would dig in to meat pies, pickled salmon, cold cuts, bread and butter and jam.

What time is afternoon tea in Australia? ›

Afternoon tea is a light meal typically eaten between 3:30 pm and 5 pm. Traditionally it consisted of thinly-sliced bread and butter, delicate sandwiches (customarily cucumber sandwiches or egg and cress sandwiches) and usually cakes and pastries (such as Battenberg cake or Victoria sponge).

What tea is served at high tea? ›

Assam. Often mentioned as Queen Elizabeth's favorite tea, Assam tea is grown in Assam, India. It's a robust tea that pairs well with milk and sugar. Because of its somewhat tannic flavor, it is ideal with afternoon tea savory foods, finger sandwiches, quiche, as well as teatime sweets.

What is the opposite of high tea? ›

What is Afternoon Tea? Afternoon Tea is the kind of service most people envision when they think of “high tea” or a tea party. It can also be referred to as “low tea” because, opposite to High Tea, it is most often served at a low table.

Is high tea always in the afternoon? ›

High tea is served between 5-7 pm, which is treated as dinner in some places. But if you're invited for tea between 3-5 pm, it is just afternoon tea or tea.

How many sandwiches do I allow per person for afternoon tea? ›

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Allow 3-4 sandwiches per person. But don't prepare them too early as they will either go soggy or dry out.

What sandwiches are served at afternoon tea? ›

Five traditional English afternoon tea finger sandwiches. Five finger sandwiches are traditionally served for afternoon tea in England: ham and mustard, cucumber, egg and cress, smoked salmon and coronation chicken.

How do you set up a high tea table? ›

A traditional high tea place setting requires a small cake plate placed in front of each chair and with the cup and saucer to the top right of the plate. Arguments rage on the correct placement of napkins and cutlery and the 'rules' can vary from one country to the next.

What kind of shoes do you wear for afternoon tea? ›

Shoes. For men, closed shoes are a necessity. For women, this is a little more relaxed because everyone knows a glittering pair of heeled sandals or open-toe pair of heels can look just as glamorous as a closed-toe.

What men wear high tea? ›

Most venues have a relaxed 'smart casual' dress code these days, so there is no need for men to wear a jacket and tie (unless otherwise specified) - trousers or smart jeans, collared shirt and clean/un-scuffed shoes are acceptable. No sportswear or trainers (sneakers).

Can you wear black to a tea party? ›

The customary attire for men and women attending a tea is semi-formal. Often ladies sport hats, gloves and brightly colored suits and dresses. Black is never appropriate for a tea party. It is okay for a lady to wear her hat at the table; however, gloves should be removed before the tea service begins.

What is tea etiquette? ›

If sat at a table, the proper manner to drink tea is to raise the tea cup, leaving the saucer on the table, and to place the cup back on the saucer between sips. It's considered rude to look anywhere but into the cup whilst sipping tea, and absolutely no slurping!

What kind of hat do you wear to a tea party? ›

Tea Hat or Fascinator

Taking it from the top, one of the prized possessions of an afternoon tea goer is a fabulous tea hat or fascinator.

Do you tip at afternoon tea? ›

It's not your average plated meal, so what's the appropriate gratuity? “Tea servers are working just as hard as traditional meal servers and have studied diligently to learn the different varieties of teas, the menu, the types of Champagne, etc. So, tip the same as a standard meal,” suggests Mercer.

Can you drink tea at 3pm? ›

Drinking tea around 3 pm in the afternoon is very beneficial to human body, as it can increase our immune system and prevent flus and colds. In fact, this time is perhaps the most important time to drink tea during the day.

What is usually served with scones? ›

They're usually plain, crumbly, pillow-like, dense, and lightly sweetened. The traditional English scones served with our High teas are round, not triangular, and they're served with jam and clotted cream.

How much does high tea at the Drake cost? ›

Full disclosure: Afternoon Tea at the Drake's going to cost you $38 per person prior to gratuity.

Why do the British drink tea instead of coffee? ›

Because the East India Company had a monopoly over the tea industry in Britain, tea became more popular than coffee, chocolate, and alcohol. Tea was seen as inherently British, and its consumption was encouraged by the British government because of the revenue gained from taxing tea.

How do you cut a sandwich for afternoon tea? ›

The butter is classic for flavor but also helps stop the bread become soggy. Soften the butter slightly before using to help it spread more easily. Cut the bread into small triangles or fingers. Finger sandwiches are typically two fingers thick, so you get about three or four from a slice of bread.

How do you eat a high tea buffet? ›

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Is high tea for servants? ›

As it turns out, 'high tea' is actually the name of the tea that servants would have after proper 'afternoon tea' (the correct name) was served for the owners of the home upstairs. Because the servants' tea was served at a regular table, not a lower coffee table, it became known as 'high tea'.

What is a royal high tea? ›

Royal Tea: A 'Royal Tea' is another name for afternoon tea served with champagne, sometimes this is referred to as champagne tea. A Royal tea is served just as afternoon tea is served, with sandwiches, scones, sweet treats, hot traditional cups of tea and glasses or champagne or sparkling alternatives such as prosecco.

Is champagne served at high tea? ›

Royal Tea (aka Champagne Tea)

Not referring to Darjeeling tea (the “champagne” of teas), a Royal Tea offers a glass of champagne or sherry in addition to the full afternoon tea menu, and sometimes a flower, fresh strawberries or a fourth course, to give the meal an air of festive luxury.

How long does a high tea go for? ›

A high tea is usually for 2 hours.

Why do Australians call it high tea? ›

Initially, it was a meal for the working class, taken standing up or sitting on tall stools, thus termed 'high'. Tea with cakes, scones and even cheese on toast were served. This afternoon meal was adopted by society's upper classes as an important event on the social calendar, rather than a meal for the working class.

What do Australians call tea? ›

Cuppa - a cup of tea or coffer 'Drop by this arvo for a cuppa' means please come and visit this afternoon for a cup of tea or coffee.

What is the difference between high tea and low tea? ›

Low Tea was intended as a light snack to tide someone over until dinner. High Tea was an energy packed meal designed to sustain those who worked hard all day long. Instead of crustless cucumber sandwiches and petit fours, workers would dig in to meat pies, pickled salmon, cold cuts, bread and butter and jam.

Can men go to high tea? ›

The last time I went out for high tea, I was with a male friend. We were in a dining room of the Lanesborough Hotel in London, and the other tables were occupied by a mixture of men and women. So I would say no, high tea is not mainly for women rather than men.

What is a Scottish high tea? ›

It takes place in mid-afternoon with a spread of finger sandwiches, scones, dainty cakes and a pot of speciality tea such as earl grey or lapsang souchong. It is traditionally served on a low table, often upon a three-tiered stand. The focus is very much on elegance and lighter nibbles.

What time is high tea in England? ›

Its origins can be found in the lower classes, who compensated for the lack of a lunch break in their workdays by taking tea — along with cold cuts, cheeses, pies and hearty hot dishes — immediately after work. Today, high tea is generally taken between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.

What do you wear for afternoon tea? ›

Usually, the attire requested for guests to adhere to for afternoon tea is 'smart casual'. This will generally mean no sports-branded trainers, t-shirts, shorts, or sportswear. A typical outfit for afternoon tea for men would include smart trousers and shoes, with a shirt.

What is proper tea etiquette? ›

If sat at a table, the proper manner to drink tea is to raise the tea cup, leaving the saucer on the table, and to place the cup back on the saucer between sips. It's considered rude to look anywhere but into the cup whilst sipping tea, and absolutely no slurping!

Why do the British drink tea instead of coffee? ›

Because the East India Company had a monopoly over the tea industry in Britain, tea became more popular than coffee, chocolate, and alcohol. Tea was seen as inherently British, and its consumption was encouraged by the British government because of the revenue gained from taxing tea.

What tea is served at high tea? ›

Assam. Often mentioned as Queen Elizabeth's favorite tea, Assam tea is grown in Assam, India. It's a robust tea that pairs well with milk and sugar. Because of its somewhat tannic flavor, it is ideal with afternoon tea savory foods, finger sandwiches, quiche, as well as teatime sweets.

What is usually served with scones? ›

They're usually plain, crumbly, pillow-like, dense, and lightly sweetened. The traditional English scones served with our High teas are round, not triangular, and they're served with jam and clotted cream.

How much does high tea at the Drake cost? ›

Full disclosure: Afternoon Tea at the Drake's going to cost you $38 per person prior to gratuity.

What do Scottish people call dinner? ›

They found that 74 per cent of Scots surveyed call their evening meal dinner. Only 19 per cent think it should be called tea while six per cent said it should be called supper. The findings set Scots apart from our neighbours in the north of England where the evening meal is often referred to as tea.

What is the most popular tea in Scotland? ›

The most popular tea in Scotland is still black tea, but other types, such as green or white tea, recently gained a lot of popularity too.

Where did high tea originate? ›

The British tradition of High Tea began in the mid- 1700s as an afternoon meal usually served between 3 and 4 pm. Initially, it was a meal for the working class, taken standing up or sitting on tall stools, thus termed 'high'. Tea with cakes, scones and even cheese on toast were served.

Do you tip at afternoon tea? ›

It's not your average plated meal, so what's the appropriate gratuity? “Tea servers are working just as hard as traditional meal servers and have studied diligently to learn the different varieties of teas, the menu, the types of Champagne, etc. So, tip the same as a standard meal,” suggests Mercer.

How many times a day do British drink tea? ›

We drink over 150 million cups of tea a day in Britain, but there is no special time for the nation's favourite drink. British people will drink tea all day whether morning, noon or night (my mother makes her first cup at 6 am!). There are reasons for the confusion surrounding 'teatime', however ...

What do you eat for elevenses? ›

Elevenses, eaten at 11:00 as the name suggests, typically consists of tea or coffee, often with a few biscuits. Sometimes, cake or other snacks are eaten instead.

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