Dalloway Terrace is named after the eponymous character penned by Virginia Woolf, an author whose name will forever be associated with Bloomsbury, London’s literary heartland. The beautiful al fresco space is one of London’s most photographed restaurants, thanks to its elegant quintessentially English feel and famous seasonal floral installations. It is set in the heart of the historic and vibrant Bloomsbury, just a stone’s throw away from Tottenham Court Road.
If you thought Dalloway Terrace was instagrammable, you need to check out their Coral Room. Designed by Martin Brudnizki (also designed Soho House Miami and The Ivy Chelsea Garden) the vibrant grand salon bar reflects a vibrant country house transported to the city, with a secluded cigar terrace and stylish, inimitable cocktail list and decorative palm trees.
You can visit the venue for brunch, lunch and dinner, but Dalloway Terrace is famous with its signature Afternoon Tea menu inspired by quintessential classics and created by the Head Pastry Chef, and Afternoon Tea of the Year Finalist, Chris Dodd. They serve the best tea from Rare Tea Company. Our favourite is Sri Lankan Lemongrass, a rich and exceptionally bright herbal infusion with grassy notes of cut hay and lemon drops.
The menu is priced at £30 per person, with gluten free, vegetarian and vegan options available.
Breakfast / Brunch, Lunch, Dinner
Celebration, Trendy, Romantic
Definitely go for an afternoon tea to experience their perfect selection of teas and handmade desserts Good choice for both sunny weather and rain, all tables are protected by retractable roofs and walls.