The Best Afternoon Tea in Toronto
The best afternoon tea in Toronto serves towers of finger sandwiches, scones with Devonshire clotted cream and, of course, plenty of tea blends. Traditional English high tea is rarely ever a casual affair so prepare to visit some of the city’s most lavish hotels for this midday ritual.
Here’s where to find the best afternoon tea in Toronto.
Take a jaunt along the Humber River and finish off at this old-timey inn that feels like a cottage in the woods. The afternoon tea menu includes scones, house-made pastries and a spread of finger sandwiches. It’s affordable compared to other options on the list at $30.95 per person.
Dundas West’s adorable cafe is one of the only spaces dedicated exclusively to afternoon tea—that’s not located inside a boujee hotel, anyway. It’s tiny but this precious space is a fan favourite thanks to its preserves and buttermilk scones, made in-house, and extremely affordable price of $28 per person.
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