Now that London is open once more, one of the city's iconic stores is ready to welcome foodies through its doors again. From world-class afternoon teas to jazz evenings and ice-cream sundaes, Fortnum & Mason really does have something for everyone.
The home of afternoon tea
After months of missed occasions, Fortnum's Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon’s teapots are polished, their teas are brewed and they are thrilled to welcome you back to the home of Afternoon Tea.
During the 153 days of lockdown, Fortnum’s chefs have been creating their most extraordinary Afternoon Tea menu yet. Baking scones by the dozen, drinking countless cups of tea and undertaking the tough job of 43 tastings (and re-tastings) to create a menu quite simply honed to perfection.
So, if like us, your mouth is watering at the thought of an elderflower, yuzu and matcha opera cake or a courgette and thyme scone, Fortnum’s will have those and much, much more waiting for you.
Feast at Fortnum's
There's so much to enjoy at Fortnum & Mason, whether you're in the main store Piccadilly or at The Royal Exchange in the City this summer. Here's a taster.
Light and playful, The Parlour is the award-winning home of decadent ice cream creations. It's no wonder it's a favourite amongst sweet-toothed customers of all ages.
Enjoy Fortnum’s top drawer tipples in their famous Wine Bar on the Lower Ground Floor Food Hall. It boasts an enviable wine list of bottles by the world’s most heralded growers.
Catch up with friends on the alfresco terrace and indulge in Fortnum’s seasonal asparagus menu. Order Champagne and oysters at the counter, or have delicious dishes flambéed at the table.
More about Fortnum & Mason
Where is it? 181 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1A 1ER and also 4-7 Royal Exchange, London EC3V 3LR