A list of places to do afternoon tea in Vancouver

Food cravings seize me with sudden and often inexplicable vigor. When I dream of tea, the mind spins in a vortex of earl grey, scones, and triangular cucumber sandwiches with the crusts sliced off. Need your tea fix? Here’s quick and dirty list of places in Vancouver that offer afternoon tea service. Comment below if I’ve left any out.

Adonia Kerrisdale Tea House
2057 West 41st Ave | Kerrisdale

Adorabelle Tea Room & Gift Shop | $16-25
12051 Third Avenue | Steveston Village, Richmond

Applewood Country Gifts | $10-22
6345 120 St | Delta

Bacchus Restaurant at the Wedgewood Hotel
845 Hornby Street | Downtown
Read about our afternoon tea experience here >

Butchart Gardens (Vancouver Island) | $30-45
800 Benvenuto Ave | Brentwood Bay, Vancouver Island

Little Saigon – Vancouver | $11-17
15223 Pacific Ave | White Rock

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
900 W Georgia | Downtown

Fairmont Empress (Victoria)
721 Government Street | Victoria
1 (866) 540-4429 | (250) 384-8111
Read about our afternoon tea experience here >

The Fish House at Stanley Park
8901 Stanley Park Drive | Downtown
Read about our afternoon tea experience here >

Flueri Restaurant at Sutton Place
845 Burrard Street | Downtown

Little White House | $14-18
9090 Glover Road | Fort Langley | 604-888-8386
2626 Montrose Ave | Abbotsford | 604-853-0909

Provence Marinaside
1177 Marinaside Crescent | Yaletown

Provence Mediterranean Grill
4473 West 10th Avenue | Point Grey

Salmon House on the Hill | $22-29
2229 Folkestone Way | West Vancouver

Secret Garden Tea Company
5559 West Boulevard | Kerrisdale
Read about our afternoon tea experience here >

T Room (no website)
4445 W 10th Ave | Point Grey
Read about our afternoon tea experience here >

101 – 2636 Montrose Avenue | Abbotsford | 604-852-1433
15015 Marine Drive | White Rock | 604-541-4668

The Urban Tea Merchant
G3 – 825 Main Street | West Vancouver | 604-926-3392
1070 W. Georgia Street | Downtown | (604) 692-0071
MY FAVE! Read about our afternoon tea experiences here >

White Heather Tea Room (Victoria) | $18-55
1885 Oak Bay Avenue | Victoria

I’d like to turn this post into a compendium of Vancouver high tea, but I know that the list is nowhere near comprehensive. Please help me add to this selection so that I may evaluate these offerings for you, as the compulsion to sip tea and nibble dainties hits me again and again. Feel free to raise a hand to join me on these adventures, too.

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  5. Thank you for this list. Friends and I are making a tour of tea houses in Vancouver. Our absolute favouite so far is La Petite Cuillere on Kingsway and W 8th in Mt Pleasant. Closed Tuesdays.

  6. JaneAnn: Applewood sounds great. I’ll have to pop in for a try of their Harvest tea soon. I have family nearby and it’d be nice to take them for tea.

  7. Hi Marion,

    Thanks for the tip on White Heather! I’ll add to the list. I’ve recently heard updates that Empress is getting less stuffy, but prices aren’t going down along with that 😉

  8. Had a GREAT ‘Scarey” time with two girl friends at Applewood Tea Room and Bakery a try. (64th Ave & 120th/Scott Road) – for Halloween. We dressed up as witches , with brooms in hand, for our delightfl day. By hte end of tea, we were stuffed and not even able to finish thier Harevest tea… the best? ..hummm, I’d believe we’d all three say it was all great. I however was very fond of the scones WOW.
    The Staff were fun, warm and helpful-they took our dress up in stride. *Smile*
    Loved the quaint atmosphere , very relaxing and I can say with great certainty – We’ll all be back.

  9. Check out the White Heather next time you’re in Victoria. Miles better (and cheaper) than the Empress. Less ‘fancy’ than Secret Garden but good value, tasty sweets and better sandwiches.

  10. If you are in Surrey/Delta, give Applewood Tea Room and Bakery a try. (64th Ave & 120th/Scott Road) It’s like Afternoon Tea served by your quaint grandmother; come to think of it, their by-line is, “…Just like Grandma’s”. Over 50 different teas including decaf black tea. Don’t forget to take more scones home with you! http://www.applewoodcountry.ca

  11. Marian, thanks for posting your recommendation! I take my mom and mother-in-law for afternoon tea for their birthdays every year and we’ve been to most of the places you mention. Next week it’s that time again and I was looking for a new place to take them. I’m looking forward to trying Salmon House on the Hill!

  12. My daughter & I go for afternoon tea at least every couple of months – we’ve been to the Secret Garden, Fish House @ Stanley Park, Fairmont Downtown & Fairmont @ the Airport, Bacchus, Urban Tea Merchant, and a whole lot of others(here, in Victoria & in England). Today we found a real gem – Salmon House on The Hill!! The food was amazing & beautiful beyond belief – the pastry chef’s creations were so fantastic. And by far the best deal/value we’ve had – regularly $27.50 per person or two for $50 – but right now they have a special $22.50 per person.

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