Betty Blythe in London

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Betty Blythe was the infamous silent era sex symbol, and her most popular film “The Queen of Sheba” (1921).
Flash forward 80 years or so and you will find yourself treated like Sheba in the delightfully unclassifiable store that bears her name.
Created by immaculately vintage dressed ladies you can have a proper afternoon tea of pink lemonade, tea from pots with antique cups and saucers, delightful mascarpone icing topped cakes and sweet gingerbread cookies.
All in all it is rather delightful… and that is but the tip of the teapot!
They have tea parties, for the little girl in you, or the one you have to entertain on rainy days when all her other little friends come over! Catering is on offer, and special events, hampers and sushi… the list rolls on.
This really is a picture perfect venue, complete with a ‘secret garden’ of alcoves and pebble stones, fairy lights and a dress up draw. Oh to find an empty basket in a corner and live on cupcakes forever!

Check out my review of Betty Blythe – I am rachelle_thompson – on Qype


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