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We head to Betty Blythe vintage tearoom in London to learn how-to make homemade lemonade and a bergamot teacup crème caramel.


How did you get started?

Betty Blythe is five years old was was created when I needed a platform for my style of events and catering and somewhere to house all my vintage crockery, we started out selling very fancy foods,but it quickly developed in to a tea room which now is fully booked with hen parteis and baby showers, adored by so many peole for its Quintessentially English charm with a hint of Hollywood glamour!

Where are you located?

As the name sake was inspired by the name of the road, Betty Blythe can be found on Blythe Road in Leafy Brook Green in west London, and is easy to get to from hammer smith tube Station.

What are your specialities?

Betty Blythe can take you through the day, start with our delightful Brunch menu, coffee with croissants and granola, cheese and hams. Stop by for Lunch and have a soup or a traditional favorite of all - cheese toasties, relax with a good book and take a lazy pot of one of our fine teas delicious served with our amazing carrot or lemon cake, or book a party in where we look after your guests with champagne and a vintage style afternoon tea menu whilst you look in the dressing up box for something to wear to tea!

What's your personal favorite thing on the menu?

I love our Homemade scones with clotted cream and fine Jam, I can never seem to resist!

What's on the stereo?

FATS WELLER,GLEN MILLER Ethel Waters, Bessie Smith and the Boswell Sisters

Where else should we visit in your area?

Secret back street pub called The Pear Tree w6, a great place for a cosy evening with friends, drinking read wine, sitting by the fire and candle light and eating some good hearty food and Charm thai restaurant chiswick, great food, striking decor.

Do you host any special events?

We shall be hosting a speak easy in Betty Blythe very soon, and we have brought a Gatsby menu to the tea table, from £35 you can have savoury tea and champagne from coup glasses.

Is there anything else you'd like us to know?

Want to share a bit of Betty Blythe with friends? We have created our own biscuits which are available for delivery to anywhere in the UK


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