Oscar Wilde Bar

Oscar Wilde Bar

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
Hotel Café Royal, 68 Regent Street, London, W1B 4DY
If you're looking for a wonderful atmosphere, impeccable service and delightful sweets and savouries, look no further than the legendary Oscar Wilde Bar. A Rococo extravaganza of gold, mirrors and painted ceilings is a fitting way to describe this opulent establishment. Hidden inside the splendid five-star Hotel Café Royal, elegance and sophistication lie at the heart of this venue, and sumptuous afternoon teas are the order of the day.

It's difficult to imagine a more fitting setting to indulge in a quintessentially English afternoon tea. All components are capital city-themed. Think amuse-bouches, a selection of delicate tea sandwiches, beautiful pastries, tempting cakes and much more. Savoury components include sandwiches filled with smoked wild boar, pickled apple, English mustard and crackling, while another tier may feature sweet delicacies such as Battenberg and Underground-themed macaroons. Amongst the fine selection of teas you'll find exclusive blends, including the Oscar lapsang souchong and Celestine soft black China tea. For the ultimate indulgence, why not treat yourself complete your experience with a glass of something sparkly?

Afternoon Tea at the Oscar Wilde Bar is an extravagant experience, and guests are asked to dress in accordance, with gentlemen kindly asked to wear a jacket. Named after famous patron Oscar Wilde, this opulent bar has also been frequented by many other well-known figures
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Open: Afternoon Tea Served: Mon-Sun noon-5pm (sittings on the hour)

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