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The Best Afternoon Tea in Leeds

Leeds is the UK's third largest city. Its origins date back to the 5th Century. Leeds is home to the largest legal centre outside of London. There are 50,000 students at three universities in the city. This brings a welcome cultural diversity to the city. Leeds is a renowned shopping hotspot. Victoria Quarter is the trendy hub of Leeds designer shopping. Harvey Nichols, John Lewis and a wealth of designer brands are close by. Leeds has some of the finest restaurants in the north west. The hotels and restaurants follow the traditions of afternoon tea. Scones, tea cakes and finger sandwiches anyone?

Browns Brasserie & Bar

Browns Brasserie & Bar

Browns Brasserie & Bar offers great value for dining in Leeds. Prices start from only £13.00 per person.
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Crafthouse

Crafthouse

The renowned Crafthouse restaurant launches a very appealing afternoon tea. Smoked salmon cones, raspberry tart and milk chocolate torte are some of the treats on offer.
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Malmaison Leeds

Malmaison Leeds

Take a break from the shops and sit back in the brasserie at Malmaison. Enjoy something different in the Brasserie at Malmaison in Leeds.
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CREAMS British Luxury

CREAMS British Luxury

CREAMS Tea Rooms embody luxury and sophistication. The tea room in Leeds features a lavish marble counter and crystal chandeliers.
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Harvey Nichols Leeds

Harvey Nichols Leeds

Harvey Nichols Café and Bar is celebrating its 17th year. Enjoy great views over the city in the stylish cafe.
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Oulton Hall

Oulton Hall

A super afternoon tea with great service. Tea is served in the Drawing Room restaurant.
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DoubleTree Hilton Leeds

DoubleTree Hilton Leeds

Enjoy amazing views of Leeds and Yorkshire in the Skylounge. Chic and relaxed, the venue is offering unlimited Prosecco with high tea, perfect for a celebration.
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Places to take Afternoon Tea in Leeds

Browns Bar & Brasserie is a short walk from the Leeds City Museum on Millennium Square. The Museum has a new exhibition opening in February. "For All Seasons" explores how the seasons around us change and how they affect our daily lives. Harvey Nichols Fourth Floor Café is a short walk from the Headrow. Great for a visit to the Grand Theatre & Opera House or Leeds Kirkgate Market which is one of Europe's largest covered markets.

Malmaison Leeds on Swinegate resides in the conversion of the Leeds City Tramways Office. The hotel overlooks the River Aire and serves great food for those on a shopping spree! The Skylounge at the DoubleTree Hilton offers some of the best views and signs of Leeds. Enjoy a glass of bubbly with tea and look out over the city.

All of our bookable venues are shown on the map below. Click on any icon to view details of menus for tea, afternoon sittings, special offers and more.

5 things to know about Leeds

Leeds origins go back to the 5th century

Wikipedia suggests that the origins of the name Leeds are found in a reference to the wooded kingdom of Elmet. The name Leeds is derived from an old word meaning "People of the fast flowing river".

Leeds has the oldest West Indian carnival in Western Europe

The carnival takes place over two days each year. The districts of Chapeltown and Harehills welcome over 100,000 visitors. The event ends with a large procession to Potternewton Park.

Leeds Kirkgate Market is one of the largest in Europe

Kirkgate Market in the centre of Leeds is one of the largest covered markets in Europe. It houses a Grade I listed building and is also the spot where Marks & Spencer was born in 1884.

The beautiful ruins of Kirkstall Abbey have been painted by J M W Turner

Kirkstall Abbey is to the North East of the city centre. The Abbey dates back to the mid-12th century. It was one of the abbeys dissolved by Henry VIII. The ruins have attracted many a painter to the grounds on the banks of the River Aire.

Leeds motto is Pro Rege et Lege, meaning 'For King and the law'

The coat of arms for Leeds dates back to the 17th century. It features three owls, a steel helmet and a fleece symbolic of the city's wool trade.

Read more about Leeds and what you will find there