14 of the best afternoon teas in Leeds and how much they cost

Few things are as quintessentially English as afternoon tea.

Wednesday, 27th March 2019, 15:45 pm
Updated Monday, 1st April 2019, 20:39 pm
Leeds isn't in short supply of places for a bit of indulgence

Luckily, if you are in need of your tea and cake fix, Leeds isn't in short supply of places for a bit of indulgence. If you aren't sure where to head first, here are some of the best afternoon teas on offer around the city and how much they cost.

Enjoy a slice of nostalgia at this vintage tearoom, where home baking, tea drinking and good old fashioned service reign supreme. Afternoon teas include the traditional, gentleman's and one with fizz, priced from 11.50 per person.
Afternoon tea at this ultra glamorous hotel comprises a tempting array of sweet and savoury items, including finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones and delicate petit fours. At 20 per person, it can be enjoyed with unlimited tea.
Priced from 18.95, diners can tuck into a lavish affair of finger sandwiches, including cucumber, egg mayonnaise, smoked salmon and brie, followed by homemade cakes, mini desserts and warm scones, served with a variety of teas.

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This grand mansion treats diners to an array of tasty sandwiches, cakes and fancies, finished off with freshly baked fruit scones, loaded with jam and clotted cream. Afternoon tea for two is priced at 38 pounds and served from 12pm.
From pulled salt beef and mustard sandwiches, to home-baked scones and miniature desserts, all cravings are well catered for at Browns. Traditional tea is priced at 15.95, or 22.95 for the addition of champagne or gin.
Serving the chef's choice of sandwiches, scones with clotted cream and preserves, a special daily pastry and unlimited tea or coffee, diners can team their meal with tea, gin, champagne or prosecco, from 14.50 each.
Offering a range of afternoon teas, from the traditional to ones served with fizz or a cocktail, this trendy boutique hotel also caters for gluten-free and vegetarian diners, with prices starting at 19.95 per person.
Kick back in the elegant setting of the Queens bar at this four star hotel where you can tuck into a tempting spread of sandwiches, scones, homemade cakes and pastries from 2pm to 5pm, at a cost of 18 per person.
A popular dining spot thanks to its lofty location on the fifth floor of Trinity Leeds, Crafthouse offers great views across the city as well as a decadent afternoon tea menu from 24 each, available from Tuesday to Saturday.
Priced from 16.95 per person, diners can enjoy a traditional offering or upgrade to add a glass of wine or fizz. Gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan options are also available, as well as a hot food afternoon tea on Thursday at 22.95 each.
Occupying a glorious setting which offers panoramic views over the city, afternoon tea will set you back 24.95 at this stylish eatery, with the likes of parma violet gin eton mess just one of the treats on the menu.
Indulge in a traditional or gentleman's afternoon tea, which comprise a selection of savoury and sweet items, accompanied by a choice of tea or alcoholic tipple if you are in a celebratory mood. Prices start from 18.95 each.
Take tea from the lofty heights of this rooftop restaurant and bar, where you can enjoy a mix of savoury and sweet dishes, from Temari sushi balls to Yuzu meringue kisses, priced from 25 each, served with either a tea or tipple.
This quirky, vintage tea room offers a beautiful setting to tuck into some tasty treats, including both a traditional and gentleman's afternoon tea, served with a pork pie, scotch egg, and cheese and biscuits, from 13 each.