On 21st April we celebrate National Tea Day, and what better way than with a good ol’ cuppa. Here are just 6 of our favourite places to visit in Nottingham…

White Rabbit Teahouse

A quaint venue to enjoy a cuppa or two with friends. Now home to two different locations, one in West Bridgford and the other in the City Centre, you have no excuse not to visit them! When you do decide to stop by, explore their delicious menu filled with homemade treats such as cakes, scones and light lunches. Offering plenty of variety when it comes to teas, from English Breakfast and Imperial Earl Grey, to Indian Spiced Chai with Assam, Pure Peppermint and more. So, bring your friends along and enjoy an afternoon of light chit chat and a nice brew.

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Thea Caffea

Wake up early and pop along to Thea Caffea for a mouth-watering breakfast alongside a great cup of tea. The family run café pride themselves on being a traditional English Tea Room, somewhere where you can sit for a while in good company, with great surroundings and even better tea! As the weather warms up, you can enjoy their picturesque courtyard whilst soaking up the sunshine. Serving more than just the classics, but Speciality JING Teas too! Pop along on your next visit to Nottingham city centre.

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Tiffin, West Bridgford

Finding its home in West Bridgford is Tiffin, a quaint tearoom. Offering fresh food, home baked cakes and a range of speciality teas, in a warm and friendly environment. When summer comes, Tiffin encourages you to enjoy it with their cute, outdoor seating area. Be spontaneous and try something new like their apricot and peach, or the jasmine blossom green tea. The perfect place to have a good ol’ chat with loved ones over cake and more importantly, tea!

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Debbie Bryan

Situated on St. Mary’s Gate is the award-winning tea room, Debbie Bryan. A unique venue, where you can make crafts, indulge in sweet treats and have a great brew. Offering speciality teas, locally ground filtered coffee and refreshing posh pops, a beverage for everyone! If you fancy a sit down with a warming atmosphere in the city centre, then Debbie Bryan’s is worth a try.

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T4, Kings Street

Homing in on their Taiwanese roots is T4 on Kings Street. Using the finest tea leaves, not tea bags or powders, giving each cup just as much attention as the one before. They grow their tea themselves, with a delicious menu featuring bubble teas, speciality milk tea, classic Taiwan teas and floral/fruit teas. During your visit to Nottingham, stop by and try some of the city’s tastiest flavours.

Josephine’s, Upper Parliament Street

Located on Upper Parliament Street is Josephine’s, a quaint tea room – perfect after a morning of shopping in the city centre. Explore their menu, full of a wide variety of delicious food and tea! Choose from the likes of Cream Earl Grey, Body Boost, Zesty Lemon Roobis Tea, not to mention a fantastic Gin and Tonic tea – lush! Relax with the lovely surroundings of swing and soul music in the background whilst enjoying a good cuppa with friends at Josephine’s.