Londoners drown in the choice of places to take tea. From over-the-top The Ritz to The Berkeley's Pret-a-Portea, where biscuits are shaped in the latest designer bikinis and handbags, there is a mind-boggling array of venues.
But this week's TimeOut profiled a new idea on the tea scene: taking tea in a stranger's living room. Although the idea of 'underground' eating isn't new to London, it's nice to see the concept extended to the age-old tradition of afternoon tea.
Check out what TimeOut has to say here. Or for more information, go to http://www.hiddentearoom.com/.