London Bus Tea Party

In this Tag Archive, you’ll find articles about the London Bus Tea Party organised daily by B Bakery.

It starts from the London Eye and makes its way around some of
London’s most popular tourist attractions and iconic landmarks. From
Big Ben and the House of Parliament to Westminster Abbey, Harrods, Hyde Park, Notting Hill, Marble Arch, Piccadilly and Trafalgar Square.

Your friends will enjoy every minute of it!

Make a London Bus Tea Party the unique birthday gift for someone you love: they will think it’s a just a daydream!

It’s the perfect combination: afternoon tea, a very British London vintage, red
bus, amazing sights!

B Bakery launched the first London Bus Tea Party in 2014: the first bus is called Rodney, the second is Bellboy and a third recently joined the fleet. There are now six buses in total!!

A step up from Brigit’s Bakery, located in Covent Garden, The B Bakery team wanted to create something unique, offering the tour of London as well.

People love this idea: they love the afternoon tea and that they can get
everything in the same packaging. It’s a great unique way to see London, that we recommend to tourists and locals alike.

Veganuary campaign: B Bakery supports it!

It's nearly Christmas, and we know the drill. We're going to overindulge. Eat and drink too much, and feel a tad guilty about it all afterwards. Next thing we know it's January and the start of a new year. The chance to turn a new leaf and establish healthier habits. And what do most of [...]

Cornish cream tea: jam or cream first?

Where and when did the tradition of cream tea originate? When eating scones, does jam go first or does clotted cream go first? How do you mix your tea? And do you add milk before or after pouring your tea? Afternoon tea is probably one of the most well-known British institutions across the world. But [...]

2018-12-02T09:58:08+01:00November 26th, 2018|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , |

Queen Charlotte’s Ball: debutantes had Brigit’s Afternoon Tea on our red Routemaster bus

The event is centred on debutantes: young women making their first official appearance in British upper-class society. It originally involved presenting "society girls" to the monarch and providing a forum for matching affluent young women and potential marriage partners. The event has been held in Shanghai, Dubai, and London. This year, the event was held at Leeds Castle, [...]

Elle: Something for the weekend

“A charmingly irreverent variation on a very British theme, this recently launched concept bus tour is an original, utterly decadent way to see the city’s sights. Over the course of ninety minutes, passengers are offered fantastic views of such landmarks as The London Eye, Big Ben and Marble Arch as they work their way through multi-tiered [...]

2018-06-11T13:25:39+01:00May 14th, 2014|Categories: B Bakery London News Press Releases|Tags: |