With fifty-five seats inside, and thirty seats in the Tea Garden

(summertime only) the Tudor is the perfect venue!

The Tudor Tea Rooms and Restaurant has always been a favourite with locals and holiday makers. With the added attraction of the history and original features it lends itself perfect for a tea and luncheon room.
Children are welcome; little ones can also enjoy eating at The Tudor (highchairs available).

The emphasis is on locally sourced ingredients and home baking. The scones with fresh cream and jam go perfectly with a pot of loose leaf tea.

The Tudor Tea Rooms; the kind of place you’ll love and didn’t think you’d find again in this day and age.

Situated in Whitstable, Kent, the Tudor Tea Rooms is that increasingly rare thing, a truly authentic English Tea Shop.



A 17th Century Tea Room run as a family business for the last 32 years.

We’re open everyday, except Wednesday, from 09:00am to 5:00pm.

Tea came to England in the mid-17th century. When Charles II married a Portuguese princess, Catherine of Braganza in 1662 She made tea-drinking fashionable among the wealthy and unavailable to the poor. Cocoa also came England in the late 17th century from Central America. By the late 17th century coffeehouses were running in English towns.

We have all three on our drinks menu.

The Tudor Tea Rooms was a regular haunt of the late actor Peter Cushing, many pictures and poems add to the decor in respect of this great friend and customer. Click Here for further information about Peter Cushing and links to related sites.

Carol, Sue, Anthony, Heidi, Freya, Jackie, Andy, Adam, Richard, Michele (That’s all the staff) would like to thank all customers old and new for their continued support.


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