Tucked away on Worcester’s historic Friar Street, G&Tea is serving up Worcestershire’s Top Rated afternoon tea, the tastiest breakfast, the loveliest lunch, the most delicious cakes – and it’s all homemade and set in truly lovely vintage tearoom.
You can even make it an afternoon to remember by having one of our famous Gin Cocktails served out of a real vintage teapot, or perhaps a glass of Prosecco instead?!
We are known for our specialist baking and we are able to accommodate most dietary requirements. We pride ourselves on everything being made fresh onsite.
We can accommodate large groups upstairs and you can also hire it out for afternoon tea!
Got a special occasion? Whether it’s a baby shower, a birthday, hen party, or just because you fancy a celebration – G&Tea have got you covered. If you’re looking to plan a little get together, whatever the occasion, why not book our beautiful upstairs space to host it?
It’s authentically vintage and wonderfully quirky – the perfect place for Afternoon Tea!
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