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Located in the multicultural hotspot of Nørrebro in Copenhagen, Tea Time first opened its doors in 2003.
The interior is touched by light pastels and consists of perfectly placed rough-antique furnishings and lace, perfectly complementing the atmosphere, although this is to be expected seeing as Tea Time is owned by the former interior designer Maria Jessen Petersen.
All of the classic tea accompaniments are available, such as scones with lemon curd, jam or clotted cream, dainty little finger sandwiches, an assortment of brightly colored cupcakes, and even sweets such as sugared almonds. But the real mainstay of Tea Time is of course the tea. Examples of which include the classic cream tea, lemongrass and orange tea, Ceylon, and many more. All of the teas and cakes can be enjoyed in the parlor, or purchased in the store which makes up the front of the property, to be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home. The shop also sells tea accessories, such as ceramic pots, cups and saucers, antique tea strainers, as well as quirky consumables such as heart shaped sugar cubes and ginger cookies.
Tea Time seats roughly 25 people, so for the busy weekends it is important to make sure you reserve a seat or else you may be in for a wait before you can take the weight off your feet. The venue can also be reserved for tea parties, catering for birthdays for the younger princesses as well as the older celebrants.
Tea Time is a perfect stopping point for an afternoon break in Copenhagen, for utter enjoyment of some tea and a cake.