La Trattoria at The Pelham London

15 Cromwell Place, London, SW7 2LA

The Pelham London

15 Cromwell Place, London, SW7 2LA

Enjoy the lavish Mary Quant Afternoon Tea at The Pelham Hotel, a chic boutique hotel based in London’s South Kensington. The Pelham Hotel is the sister to the luxurious Gore Hotel and is a unique and ultra stylish establishment, attracting a discerning clientele. Just a stone’s throw from the Natural History Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum and Hyde Park as well as Harrods and Harvey Nicols, The Pelham Hotel is the perfect place to stop by for a traditional English afternoon tea.

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Information about your visit

Tea Times
Monday2.30pm - 5.30pm
Tuesday2.30pm - 5.30pm
Wednesday2.30pm - 5.30pm
Thursday2.30pm - 5.30pm
Friday2.30pm - 5.30pm
Saturday2.30pm - 5.30pm
Sunday2.30pm - 5.30pm
Menus & Pricing

Afternoon tea prices start from £40.00 per person.

Mary Quant Afternoon Tea

Swinging London
Referencing the Mod subculture that Quant was at the epicentre of in the 1960’s

Chive, butter and salmon finger sandwich
Cooked ham and light mustard finer sandwich on spinach bread

Quant’s Crayons
Quant’s makeup included brightly pigmented all-purpose crayons for face and body
Multicoloured mini buns filled with cherry tomato and mild cheddar;
and cucumber and aromatic cheese


The Dame
In honour of Mary Quant’s title of Dame Commander of the British Empire for services to British fashion
Victoria Sponge Cake
Classic sponge, buttercream and strawberry jam filling, finished with icing sugar and an almond marzipan flower

In reference to the first shop opened by Mary Quant, Alexander Plunket Greene and Archie McNair in Chelsea
Eton Mess
Open macaron topped with whipped cream, a variety of raspberries and raspberry coulis presented in a nail varnish bottle

Dress of the Year 1963
In honour of Mary Quant’s win for Dress of the Year, making her the first ever recipient of the award
Banoffee with a twist
Banana cake topped with dried banana, fondant dress and served with a tube of caramel sauce

The Daisy
Referencing the flower that became Quant’s logo and the Daisy fashion doll she created in 1973
Lemon curd tartlet
Traditional lemon curd tartlet topped with a crunchy meringue and fondant daisy

In reference to Quant’s 1960s famous beauty advert featuring her Brush Lipsticks, available in eight shades
Edible dark chocolate lipstick


Mary & Alexander
In honour of Mary Quant and her late husband and business partner Alexander Plunkett Greene’s relationship
Duo of traditional plain & raisin scones

£40 per person

Please note that menus are subject to change. All prices and offers are subject to change by the venue unless stated on your booking confirmation.

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