Shortlist symbol Add to shortlist button.


Treat yourself to this favourite afternoon treat with afternoon tea in Leeds


There are few things quite as lovely as an afternoon tea. This most English of tasty traditions has made a huge come back and we’re glad of it! Luckily, there are plenty of afternoon teas in Leeds to choose from…which to try first?


Those wanting a traditional taste will love Just Grand! Vintage Tea Room. Delicious homemade scones and sandwiches are accompanied by plenty of tea served in ornate cups and saucers. Afternoon Tea has long been a time-honoured tradition at The Queens whilst Browns offer a delectable choice at a great price.


With sparkling chandeliers and white marble counters, Creams offers a real sense of opulence with their afternoon tea offering – be sure to try the macaroons. 

Other great places for those wanting a traditional afternoon tea include Radisson Blu, Patisserie Valerie and The Soap Factory.

Just Grand! Vintage Tea Room - Grand Arcade, Leeds - Hannah Webster for VisitLeeds
Afternoon Tea - The Queens
Sky Lounge - Afternoon Tea


For a real sense of occasion add some fizz to the fun! Swap the tea for Champagne or Prosecco to make your afternoon tea extra special. Try Crafthouse and Malmaison for a guaranteed a luxury experience.


Enjoy your finger sandwiches with a view. Spend a relaxed afternoon at Sky Lounge and Harvey Nichols Fourth Floor Café looking over Leeds whilst you tuck in.

Looking for something a little different? For a French twist try Le Chalet, add a side of culture to your meal at contemporary art gallery The Tetley or team your afternoon tea with Slingsby's Rhubarb Gin at Oulton Hall.

Venture a little further afield and you'll discover some wonderful options. Feel like the lord of the manor with a quintessentially English afternoon tea on the terrace of the stunning Harewood House. Afternoon tea and a spa day?! Yes please! Head to Chevin Country Park Hotel and Spa for the ultimate indulgence.

Other gems just a short drive from the city centre include Weetwood Hall, Wood Hall Hotel and Rudding Park.