Most will know Paddington, a part of central London, for a certain bear. However, it has since become a popular destination for Afternoon Tea in Paddington, too.

The area finds itself within the City of Westminster, located in the West End of London. There are many things to keep visitors occupied here, including, of course, stopping for a cuppa with cake!

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The earliest reference to the name “Paddington” (then spelt “Padington”) was during the 10th century CE. However, there is no mention of it in the Domesday Book of 1086.

Unlike many areas in London, Paddington grew little until the 16th century. Over the course of the next two hundred years, transportation initiatives hastened its development.

The Paddington branch of the Grand Junction (now Grand Union) Canal opened in 1801. Decades later, the famous Paddington train station was established.

Today, visitors often arrive or depart from this iconic terminal. During the hours in between, they might indeed visit an Afternoon Tea Paddington venue. Does this take your fancy? If so, you’ve come to the right place.