The perfect cuppa. Surely a myth, right? Summon the guts to find out: Just go to the Tea House Theatre in Vauxhall. Built on the site of the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens (which were immortalised in William Makepeace Thackeray's novel Vanity Fair), this Victorian public house dating to 1886 boasts some of the best loose-leaf teas you'll find on your quest. Pair your tea with a freshly made sandwich or homemade cake or conserve — or try the self-styled 'best full English breakfast in London'. You might also catch a live act, whether a theatrical performance, jazz concert or reading. It's as close to perfect as we've experienced.


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NEIGHBORHOOD
Vauxhall
ADDRESS
139 Vauxhall Walk SE11 5HL
TELEPHONE
02072074585
PUBLISHED ON
29 January 2015

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