le-cardinal-tea-room-montreal-26

Share on Facebook0Tweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someoneShare on Google+0Pin on Pinterest0Share on Tumblr0

Daily tea time could be interpretated as the British 5 à 7 in America, but that doesn’t mean they don’t love a good cocktail later on in the evening. It’s just about priorities, you know? Expect warm scones, perfect little rectangular sandwiches and tiny muffins to be served in a British-inspired tea room. Good enough to get warmed up before dinner! Across the world, the Asians have other ways to serve their leafs, and they are regarded as being great ways to cure diseases or keep yourself healthy on a daily basis. Tea rooms are highly frequented in Britain but also in many other countries around the world, including our beloved Montreal. We actually have very decent spots were you can sip on a hot cup of tea, so make sure to hit up on of these next time you get a craving.

ue_tea_room_urban_pamper_9789

Image Urban Expressions

Cardinal Tea Room 

5326 St-Laurent Blvd.

This traditional tea room is one of the best in town (or else it wouldn’t be in this list!), serving their tea à la British with all the delicious bites that come with it. Go back to the beginning of the century and have an earl grey and a scone instead of going for a drink on a Wednesday night.

le-cardinal-tea-room-montreal-1411

Image Tell tale blog 

Camellia Sinensis

351 Rue Émery, Montréal, QC H2X 1J2

As you can see by the picture below, they’ve got an exhaustive choice of leaves to sip on, whether you’d like to do so there or bring them back home. Great spot to bring your tea lover friend for a good impression.

3-camelliasinensis-5142864002-teacanisters-700x500

Image Yellow Pages

Ritz Carlton
1228 Sherbrooke St. W.

Afternoon tea in the palm court? You’ve got my attention. Montreal’s Ritz Carlton serves it every day in fancy cutlery and with an array of miniature sandwiches and muffins served with the best confiture on the market.

ue_tea_roomritz_afternoon_tea_2

Image Urban Expressions

Orienthé

4511 Saint-Denis Montreal, QC H2J 2L4

This St-Denis spot will take you straight to the oriental side of the world, where tea and shisha are the way to go. As you can see for yourself, their terrace is pretty inviting to lounge around on a hot summer day.

DSC_0842-1433377094-700x500

Image Pages Jaunes

 

My Cup of Tea 
1063 Saint-Laurent Blvd.Montreal, QC H2Z 1J6

They’ve got flowers blooming in their tea pots while you wait for it to be ready to drink. Good enough to try (again and again).

IMG_8266

Image Velvet Escape

Share on Facebook0Tweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someoneShare on Google+0Pin on Pinterest0Share on Tumblr0
Teatime! Montreal’s best tea rooms

Post navigation


2 thoughts on “Teatime! Montreal’s best tea rooms

  1. Hello my name is Natalie and I just wanted to send you a quick note here instead of calling you. I discovered your Teatime! Montreal’s best tea rooms | AMAZedNOW page and noticed you could have a lot more hits. I have found that the key to running a successful website is making sure the visitors you are getting are interested in your subject matter. There is a company that you can get keyword targeted visitors from and they let you try the service for free for 7 days. I managed to get over 300 targeted visitors to day to my website. Visit them here: http://sirrico.net/yourls/p5sk

  2. Hello my name is Natalie and I just wanted to send you a quick note here instead of calling you. I discovered your Teatime! Montreal’s best tea rooms | AMAZedNOW website and noticed you could have a lot more traffic. I have found that the key to running a popular website is making sure the visitors you are getting are interested in your subject matter. There is a company that you can get keyword targeted visitors from and they let you try their service for free for 7 days. I managed to get over 300 targeted visitors to day to my website. Check it out here: http://mariowelte.de/26zz

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *