Paddington's Tea Room

(310) 652-0624 | View Website

355 S Robertson Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA | Directions   90211

34.060578 -118.383720

Open Hours

Daily, 11am - 6pm

 
Restaurants, Catering, Tea  more

Cuisine: English

Price: $

Tags: Group Dining, Lunch Spot, Outdoor Dining, Prix Fixe Menu, Quiet, Tea Room

Payment Methods: American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa

General Info: Open 7 Days

Neighborhoods: Beverly Hills

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Paddington's Tea Room
Paddington's Tea Room
Paddington's Tea Room
Paddington's Tea Room
Menu
A Pot of our Finest Tea, Gorgonzola Blue Cheese Mousse, A Crudite of Fresh Garden Vegetables, Freshly Prepared Finger Sandwiches, Nova Scotia Smoked Salmon, Cucumber and Whipped Cream Cheese, Chicken Salad, Egg Salad, Tomato and Watercress, Nan’s Devonshire Scone... more

Reviews for Paddington's Tea Room

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Beverly Hills Worst Tea Room – Thank heavens that filthy place was closed. Did you ever go into the kitchen!? The bathroom was right in it. YUK! The plates were washed in cold water and grease and grime were covering the plates even after they were taken out of the water. The owner, Julianne Tozer, poured all the left over cream, milk, jam etc., from each customer back into jars and kept it in the refrigerator for the next unexpecting customer. Its a wonder we didn't all become violently ill.And the price!!!! You had to work for a week to have a cup of tea which was very nasty. The water was boiled in a rusted out can. If she ever opens up again DON'T GO THERE!

Gerry - Malibu

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Sorrowful – Though we were in a decent area for good food, we mistakenly sat down. The feel of the place was reminiscent of the movie Psycho. Very crammed with excessive and over bearing decor....

Service was abyssmal. It took well over 12-15 minutes just to have anyone come and wait on us (they were in the back);when they did they spoke zero English and were rather terse. Two items asked about on the menu were unavailable. No atmostphere, no moving air, no music... no nothing to make this an English experience.

The food itself was AWFUL. I had some undercooked links and there was a bowl of beans out of a can on the plate. My son's sandwhich had questionably unfresh ingredients and the bread was rock hard.

I have a mind to retract the $45 charge for this worst meal in my life. We'd done better eating hot dogs and chips at a 7-Eleven store.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best Tea in Town – I am forever in search of the best tea spots and have done tea all over London. This place is the best hands down. Service is caring as if you were in a familyS home. Love it and favorite new location

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Worst Tea Experience EVER! – No choice in teas, sandwiches or anything. We were seated right away but were not served until 15-20 minutes later?and there were only 2 other tables (one with 6 people and the other with 2 people). The waitress/owner proceeded to take the first plate of the tier to put on our table and she dropped our grapes onto the table and the floor. She picked up the grapes from the table and put it back onto our plate but never replaced the other ones that fell on the floor. The waitress/owner was on the phone a lot and mistakenly given me milk in my tea when I requested for no milk. She picked up some stuff off the floor of the tea room (maybe some more grapes she had dropped), placed it in the Tea tray and then grabbed my new cup off the empty table by the rim. That was just gross! The lemon curd was all gone, but yet she offered it as with the Devonshire cream. She said she would bring us back some more but did not. Worst Tea experience I have EVER HAD! Would never go back and would advise others not to go there either.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best tea and service in Los Angeles – I highly recommend this tea spot in Beverly Hills. The best scones I have ever tasted and all the food is prepared from scratch. I held my sisters baby shower and it was truly a memorable experience. Thank You

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Poor Service, expensive – Treated poorly, I even wrote a letter of complaint, but they didn't care....its family owned for 20 yrs...

they should retire

Recommends
over a year ago

Old-world British charm at a quaint Beverly Hills tearoom. – In Short
A calm oasis amid bustling traffic, this tiny spot is crammed with whimsical knickknacks like figurines and teddy bears, but the refined tradition of afternoon tea is taken seriously. Diners grab a cup of traditional English Breakfast or partake in the five-course extravaganza with pâté, finger sandwiches and scones. Tables put customers in close quarters, but the atmosphere is serenely British, with sidewalk seating available who require a puff with their tea.

 

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