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After a long walk around One Hyde Park, visit this bar and have a rest here. British food is worth a try here. Ordering good egg sandwiches, smoked salmon and crabs is what many guests recommend. Try tasty strawberry scones, chocolate sandwiches and macarons. Get your meal started with delicious wine, champagne or beer. Great white tea, coffee or rose tea are among the most popular drinks at The Rosebery.

The warm atmosphere of this place makes customers feel relaxed and have a good time. The attentive staff works hard, stays positive and makes this place great. Service at this spot is something one can name fabulous. Prices are found attractive here. This bar boasts numerous people who come to enjoy the divine decor.

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user_Jess C.
Located near Harvey Nichols & Harrods, this is a good option to come for afternoon tea after shopping. The tea room is nicely decorated & there happened to be a live performance (singer) while we were there. The food was tasty but they are SO slow at fulfilling orders! And it was difficult to get the attention of the waitstaff. We ended up staying there an hour longer than we planned because of how long it took to get our tea & food, and it even took a long time to pay our bill. If only their service was better (so bad compared to all the other places we've had tea), it would have made the experience much better.
user_Stacy K.
As the saying goes, "When in Rome, do as the Romans do." My friend and I were traveling through London and I wanted to take her to have afternoon tea. The first time I went to London, I went to the Orangery at Kensingten Palace to have tea but it was under going renovations at that time. After reading all the great reviews of the Rosebery Lounge at the Mandarin Oriental I decided on taking her here. We walked into this 5 star hotel thinking that we were going to be under dressed but we weren't, it was February and snowing in London. The people there were so nice, everyone from the hostess to our waiter. We had  a really nice view of the  street outside, there were only a few people there at the time of our seating and it even more pretty because it started to snow. This was one of the pricier afternoon teas and it costed around $65 to $70 USD per person. They have an extensive selection of teas that you can chose from and you can try as much of the teas as your heart desires. I have to say, we were there for about three hours, they don't kick you out. Although, its not mentioned, you can ask for as much of the tea sandwiches as you can eat. The only tea sandwich that I can remember is the egg and black truffle, it's probably because I love black truffle. The tea sandwiches are round and not your typical triangle or rectangle shape. All the tea sandwiches were delicious and different from the ones that I've tried at other places.   I'm not a scone person as its usually dense and dry on the inside and this was by no means an exception. The scones came out nice and warm, there were plain scones and scones with raisins.They also had clotted cream and lemon curd to go along with the scones which made it more bearable to eat. As for the tea selection, they have an extensive menu that you can chose from. We loved the teas so much that we ended up purchasing some to take home. I bought the rosebud, its actual small rosebuds but it was expensive, I think that they charged by the weight. The pastries were the only thing that we couldn't ask for more of but it was more then enough for my friend and I. Overall, it was a great experience and I would love to take my mother there as we have had afternoon tea at the Mandarin Oriental in Las, Vegas. I can say with certainty that there is no comparison with this place.
user_Joyce C.
Afternoon tea at the Mandarin Oriental was definitely the highlight of my recent trip to London. I've visited quite a few Mandarin Oriental hotels and this one is definitely one of the most stunning hotels I've ever been to. Upon entering the Rosebery Lounge, my party of six was greeted by a friendly host who grabbed our coats and shoppings bags and promptly had us seated. We spent about three hours here and our waitress whose name I don't remember was such a delight. She was beyond accommodating and was overall, an enormous help. Everyone enjoyed the different teas that were recommended by her. She was also so patient with my baby brother who kept dropping his cookies and pastries on the floor. He was also gifted a Harrod's teddy bear as a tea companion! So nice! I had the earl grey tea and a couple glasses of rosé. Both paired really well with the pastries and sandwiches that we had. We were here on Thanksgiving and I believe a holiday afternoon tea special was being served that day. The holiday special is actually more expensive than the normal afternoon tea which wasn't an option on that day...I definitely wish that they would've notified me of this because I was really looking forward to the traditional afternoon tea pastries. The finger sandwiches were okay. I think I would've enjoyed them more had I been accustomed to eating western delicacies but because they were sandwiches that I would normally never eat, they didn't stimulate my palate. My family pretty much feels the same way...my sister and cousin even opted to order more of the children's fingers sandwiches (you can never go wrong with banana and Nutella sandwiches hahah). The pastries were adorable and some were quite nice but they're not desserts that I would want to have again. They were all on the sweeter side and had very similar textures. I love sponge cakes and wish I could've had more of those instead. The star of the afternoon were the scones! They are so delicious, I could eat them all day, everyday. I was scared that they were going to be similar to American scones, which are generally very dry but these weren't. It was also my first trying clotted cream and now I am obsessed. Despite the disappointing  sandwiches and desserts, would I still come back? Absolutely...just maybe not on a holiday. This was a great  first afternoon tea time for me and I would highly recommend the Rosebery Lounge to anyone that's been eyeing this spot! Make sure you save room for the SCONES!!
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ClosedOpens at 8AM
$$$$ Price range per person £33
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London, England, United Kingdom
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Knightsbridge
66 Knightsbridge, London, England, United Kingdom, SW1X 7LA
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Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi Parking Booking Wheelchair accessible TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 8AM-10:30PM
MondayMon 8AM-10:30PM
TuesdayTue 8AM-10:30PM
WednesdayWed 8AM-10:30PM
ThursdayThu 8AM-10:30PM
FridayFri 8AM-10:30PM
SaturdaySat 8AM-10:30PM

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