A few weeks ago when I was up in Liverpool, my Sister and I went for Afternoon Tea at a little place called Annie’s Tea Rooms. A small yet elegant Vintage style Tea Room, Annie’s serves the best Afternoon Tea I’ve had in a long while; tasty tea served in Vintage China, accompanied by delicate sandwiches, freshly baked cakes and shortbread, and of course homemade scones with jam and clotted cream (because it wouldn’t be afternoon tea without scones!) all served up on a beautiful cake stand. My Sister and I thoroughly enjoyed our dainty sandwiches – salmon & cream cheese – but it was the chunky generously-sized mouth watering cakes that blew our minds. Jen had carrot cake and I treated myself to a slice of Victoria Sponge.
Annie’s Tea Rooms is officially one of my new favorite Liverpool hang outs, because I could literally hang out there for hours. My sister and I paid £8.95 each for Afternoon Tea, and shared just one pot. We thought we would have to order a second, but the pot lasted our two hour lunch (yes, two hours, warning: once you get comfy in Annie’s, you wont want to leave). These pots keep the tea well heated and can clearly fit a lot in, hence how it was so easy to sit and chat whilsting feasting on cake, causing us to completely lose track of time! Check out the below video for a little taster of Annie’s Tea Rooms.