The five o’clock tea is best time to relieve the stress of the day and sometimes meet with friends or just take time for ourselves. I would like to share my favorite five o’clock tea spots at Europe and evaluate this enjoyable culture.
The Ladureé Bakery which is founded at 1862 and became more popular every day with its tasty maccorones. We can understand how popular they are from their 15.000 daily maccorone sail. My favorite Ladureé spot is the historically famous Covent Garden Ladureé. You can enjoy the Covent Garden square while zipping your tea and eating colorful maccorones.
The life-blood of the Paris Fashion Week is Tuileries Gardens which is scene of many fashion shows. The Angelina Bakery is founded in 1903 which is at the park side 226 Rivoli Street and named after Australian Bakery Antoine Rumpelmayer’s daughter. The famous desert is candied chestnuts puree Mont Blanc. The place is known with famous regulars like Coco Chanel, she used to come for hot cocoa regularly at Angelina. If you have a thing for hot cocoa, I strongly recommend. The high entrance of the place is with columns and the classical décor makes you feel the nostalgic air. The location is remarkable with closeness to Saint Honoré and Mont Thabor street which is famous for luxury stores and fashion houses.