Five of the best afternoon teas in the Portsmouth area

21/2/2014 (NEWS)

Fourteas Tearoom in West Street, Havant.

Picture: Sarah Standing (14544-2855) PPP-140221-171101001
21/2/2014 (NEWS) Fourteas Tearoom in West Street, Havant. Picture: Sarah Standing (14544-2855) PPP-140221-171101001

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19 Fourteas Tea Rooms

68 West Street, Havant

Step back in time to 1940s war time Britain with a visit to 19 Fourteas, where the walls are covered with retro memorabilia, the radio blasts out ’40s classics and the staff dress as land girls. Enjoy a a classic spread of sandwiches, pastries, savouries and sweet treats.

The Parade Tea Rooms

7-8 Western Parade, Southsea

This modern and airy tea room serves afternoon here on grandma’s finest china. Pick from over 30 homemade treats and add on a bottle of bubbly if you’ve got something to celebrate.

The Tenth Hole Tearooms

Eastern Parade, Southsea

The ever-popular Tenth Hole doesn’t just do cakes - it does great cakes. These are undoubtedly the highlight of their reasonably-priced high tea, served from 2pm every afternoon.

Lavender Tea Rooms

8 North Street, Havant

This little gem is tucked away along Havant High Street - blink and you’ll miss it and its top quality high tea. For less than £10 per person, you’ll be treated to the works, all presented beautifully.

Spinnaker Tower

Gunwharf Quays

For afternoon tea with a thrill, head up the 170m Spinnaker Tower for Portsmouth’s highest high tea. Tuck into a selection of sandwiches, cakes, pastries and tea or coffee, whilst taking in panoramic views of the city and Solent.