5 dainty places to find afternoon tea in Vancouver

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      Fancy a cup of tea anyone?

      The petite bites are as delicious as it looks.
      Tammy Kwan

      Rose House Vancouver

      (5687 Balsam Street)

      Afternoon tea, light meals, and desserts in an elegantly decorated teahouse in the heart of Kerrisdale. Think velvet upholstered chairs and real rose petals sprinkled everywhere.

      Popular for its macarons.
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      Soirette

      (1433 West Pender Street)

      Afternoon tea featuring its popular macarons, savoury treats, and loose-leaf varieties. The tea sets are carefully prepared in this Coal Harbour location and served every Saturday and Sunday.

      A Queen Anne-style Victorian heritage house built in 1893.
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      Pâtisserie Für Elise

      (847 Hamilton Street)

      French pastry and afternoon tea served in a beautiful Victorian heritage house on the edge of Yaletown. Colored in pastel hues and decked with majestic chandeliers, think of it as a spiritual retreat in the midst of busy downtown.

      Sweets, scones, tarts, and much more.
      Secret Garden Tea Company

      Secret Garden Tea Company

      (5559 West Boulevard)

      Delectable house-made miniature sweets, scones, and a variety of blended teas served on delicate china. Enjoy a delightful afternoon in this cozy and charming tea shop in Arbutus Ridge.

      Afternoon tea in a luxurious boutique hotel.
      Wedgewood Hotel & Spa

      Bacchus Restaurant & Lounge

      (845 Hornby Street)

      Indulge in exquisite tea, minitarts, and fresh scones at the Wedgewood Hotel. Served in the Bacchus Room alongside velvet banquettes and a warm cherrywood backdrop in this luxurious downtown boutique hotel.

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