Fortnum may refer to: Fortnum & Mason, English department store. William Fortnum, its founder. Peggy Fortnum (1919–2016), English writer and illustrator, notably of Paddington Bear.
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- ראשון 11:30 - 18:00
- שני 10:00 - 20:00
- שלישי 10:00 - 20:00
- רביעי 10:00 - 20:00
- חמישי 10:00 - 20:00
- שישי 10:00 - 20:00
- שבת 10:00 - 20:00
Royal grocery walk-in distance from Piccadilly. Grandiose long standing landmark over 300 years with remarkable decor from past century. It feels sentimental, you’ve travel back in time. Windows are stunning and very inviting. Gorgeous displays of quality and unique products.They supply tea to Royal houses over 300 years. Selection of over three thousand teas from far lands very impressive. Many appealing products packaged in luxury boxes as expected in such posh store. Cookies and lemon curd are scrumptious and incredibly tasty. Top notch service. It’s fun to wonder around and look at so many different items from food and wine to almost everything your heart desires. Fun to shop at Royal grocery, wonderful crown jewel of amazing retail. It feels good to get something what makes you happy and experience luxury shopping at its best while in London. Fortnum & Mason presents everything what is great about Britain.🇬🇧
I went for afternoon tea 🍵 three times in my last two years... what it’s a lot 😆 • The environment is wonderful and they take care about the details very much. The service was always better than good. The best: you don’t need to care about etiquette 😌😉👍 • Selección of teas and the menus provided are definitely perfect. I would like to remove and star because (I’m a chef and so critical on it ) the food should take and step ahead. flavours and textures are not well achieved. And the apple cake was dry today 😬 🍰 but We’ve been pleased with an amazing blond French waitress performance this evening (I forgot her name) 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 • Well done guys!
Very traditional British shop with the best from the UK.Went to buy gifts and to have delivered, Painless experience, friendly, efficient staff , nothing was too much trouble. Went back for lunch today, staff efficient warm and friendly. I had the lamb belly salad, perfectly seasoned tasty , husband had the rib eye which was cooked as ordered soft, tasty , in fact best steak he has had in UK. Worth going to for the experience
Jaw-droppingly spectacular! I was overwhelmed by the rich colors and delicious treats found at every inch of the store. I had been told it was a “must see” but didn’t fully understand until inside. I wanted to eat everything in sight and found myself salivating the whole time! If you are nearby or interested, drop in. Enjoy ALL the sights and smells and ensure you take some treats home with you. The afternoon tea is superb too. If I were you, I’d plan for a second trip as once you taste treats you will be hooked and want to come back to stock up and expand your taste.
Kristine Carabeo Goodman
A wonderful place to splurge and have afternoon tea in London! We left there surprisingly full, as they offer you more food after you finish your initial servings. Everything was delicious and the service was great. Afterwards we enjoyed shopping the the stores and the food halls. The prices are definitely expensive, but the quality seems worth it if you are looking to treat yourself or someone else!