Highness Cafe & Tea Room

Highness Cafe & Tea Room

Highness Cafe and Tea Room – Highness Cafe


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Islington with Kids - Babes About Town

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Waterstones The Islington Green branch continues to attract families thanks to its cosy atmosphere, large range of picture books and a fish tank just the right size for little hands and noses to press against.

Head there for homemade nosh, baby soft play and activities for kids, birthday parties and more to come on the menu.

St. Mary’s Neighbourhood and Community Centre This welcoming space has a broad offering for Islington with Kids, from the very popular SparkySongs (puppets, music and magic for under 5s) and Little Kickers toddler football, to school holiday play schemes and youth club.

Camley Street Natural Park Gloriously wild place to explore in the heart of King’s Cross, with pond dipping, bird watching, wetlands and family friendly activities throughout the year.

You can take tea on the Origami Cafe, browse at the Floating Bookstore, or hop a canal ride through Islington Tunnel to Camden, Little Venice or London Zoo.

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The best child-friendly London cafes | The Professional Nanny Agency

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For nannies and child carers across London, knowledge of those failsafe child-friendly restaurants and cafes is a fantastic string to your bow, with the ability to keep youngsters entertained and even improve their social skills along the way.

Full of Beans Play Café is on Highbury Park, offering contemporary coffee, Chash tea, mouth-watering cakes and snacks and ample play space for youngsters.

Tufnell Park’s latest – and best – café on Fortress Road, Bear + Wolf is the perfect place for nannies, carers and parents to hang out in a stylish and relaxed setting.

The café prides itself on providing healthy snacks for the kids and a playroom jam-packed with toys, books and fancy dress outfits!

With lots of toys and books and a well-thought-out children’s menu, it’s a great place to feed the kids with locally sourced wholesome food and enjoy a snack yourself from Gracelands’ vibrant glass-fronted kitchen.

The Most Charming Tea Rooms in London

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An edgier, more modern take on the classic tea room, Yumchaa is the perfect place for students and young professionals to spend an afternoon reading, working or simply catching up with friends.

Small pots of tea on the counter allow customers to smell all the teas before choosing which one to buy, aside from all the classic flavours, the tea room offers all kinds of unusual combinations of fruits, flowers, herbs and spices in black, green, red or white tea, all with delightful names like ‘Wanderlust’ or ‘Enchanted Forest’.

A tiny tea room situated in the basement of an independent bookshop, Tea and Tattle is an incredibly charming hidden gem, remaining largely unnoticed by the many passers-by of its central London location.

Its location in the heart of picturesque Highgate, with quaint brick buildings and little independent shops, combined with the relaxed and cosy atmosphere of the tea room itself, makes for an experience a world away from the fast-paced lifestyle of central London (even though the City is still well within view from the top of Highgate Hill).

Decorated in pastel shades with freshly baked cakes lined up along the counter and a wide selection of herbal teas, High Tea is an ideal end to a leisurely afternoon in one of London’s most delightful suburban spots, if you can manage to grab a table, that is!

Highness Café and Tea Room | Restaurants in Highbury, London

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Your highnesses of Highbury, cake and tea are served.

The stretch between Highbury & Islington and Arsenal - what estate agents call ‘Highbury Barn’ – now has its first proper cake shop.

Highness Café opened at the end of December, and has been luring in passers-by with its window display of charming cakes.

The daily-changing selection includes classics such as carrot cake or coffee and walnut cake, as well as more unusual confections including chocolate mousse tarts and gluten-free orange cake.

And it doesn’t just look pretty: a slice of Victoria sponge cake, served on vintage china and decorated with rose petals, was buttery, moist and bursting with strawberry jam and cream.

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