|Royal Pavilion in Brighton|
When I googled places to have tea in Brighton, Cream Tea was near the top and as my friend Chad and I were walking around town last weekend, I spotted it. We were both hungry after a full morning of touristing it up (see above) so we both went with the afternoon tea.
This cost 8.50 GBP and you got a sandwich, pot of tea for one and a scone with cream and preserves. Both of us got smoked salmon, cream cheese sandwiches. These were pretty good. The bread was fresh and arugula added a nice touch of flavour.
I had a traditional English breakfast tea and Chad had some sort of fruit tea. It was such a lovely vibrant pink colour. My tea was their own blend and it had a really nice flavour and was steeped nice and strong, which I like.
After our sandwiches we enjoyed our scones. The scone was quite nice, a teeny bit dry but still yummy slathered in cream and preserves. The preserves were my favourite part and sadly, I am not even 100% sure what they were but they were really yummy and a bit runnier which I like.
For our first tea in Brighton, this place delivered. We got to sit outside in the sun which was so nice, but the inside looked cozy as well. I would go back for sure, but not before trying all the other tea houses in Brighton. ; )