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8 Vancouver High Tea Places That Give Us Total London Vibes

If you haven't tried high tea in Vancouver yet you are seriously missing out. It is the perfect balance between modern and vintage and offers all the delicious tea and treats you can consume. Not to mention, the decor is always super cute and inviting. To make your life easier on the hunt for your new favourite high tea spot, we came up with a list of Vancouver high tea places you need to try. 

High tea is adorable and the perfect excuse to get a little dressed up with a friend or two and indulge in all things cute and yummy. 

While you can have high tea in your own home, there is something about going out and doing it that is way more exciting and enjoyable.

Luckily for us, the amazing Vancouver food scene did not skip out on this trend. 

We even have our very own Harry Potter-themed high tea!

Whether you are looking for laid back and modern or British chic, there are eight places in the city that you simply can't miss. 

All of the prices are relatively doable and they offer tea and baked goods; which is a great deal. 

Not to mention, your Instagram game will thank you after just one visit to any of these locations. 

We suggest calling and booking a reservation as opposed to just showing up. That way there is no stress and your spot is guaranteed. 

All eight of these Vancouver high tea places will make you feel like you’re really sipping your tea in London. 

Colette Grand Cafe 

Price: $50 per person

Address: Holt Renfrew Vancouver, 737 Dunsmuir St.,Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: This place is adorable and has some of the best sweet and savoury treat options on our list. From smoked duck to champagne macarons, you’ll be in high tea heaven.

Patisserie Fur Elise 

Price: $35 per person

Address: 847 Hamilton St., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: If you love macaroons then this place is for you. Their treats are everything. They're so cute that they don’t even look real.

H Tasting Lounge 

Price: $55 per person

Address: 1601 Bayshore Dr., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: Treats served on a Ferris wheel? Sign us up. This place is so cute and cozy it hurts.

Adonia Tea House 

Price: $37 per person

Address: 2057 W. 41 Ave., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: The name Adonia comes from the Greek god of extreme beauty which is perfectly fitting for this tea house. From unique fine china to classic antique furniture, this place is elegant and sports an even better high tea.


Price: $59 per person

Address: 900 W. Georgia St., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: This place is perfect if you’re looking for something different. Every season, Notch8 does something different and every theme is better than the last.

La Petite Culliere

Price: $26 per person

Address: 55 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: This place is totally cute and has vintage vibes that are to die for. If you like eating from beautiful spreads, this is the perfect opportunity.

Secret Garden Tea Company 

Price: $37 per person

Address: 2138 W. 40 Ave., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: This place is all about elegance. It’s been around for years so you know their high tea is worth checking out.

Neverland Tea Salon 

Price: $38 per person

Address: 3066 W. Broadway, Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: This fairy-tail inspired tea salon is everything. You will feel like royalty as you sip away in a whimsical atmosphere.

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