Betty Blythe - VINTAGE TEA ROOM
73 Blythe Road
London W14 0HP
Closest Tube Stations: Shepherd's Bush and Hammersmith.
Only 10 minutes away from Westfield shopping centre
To celebrate the 150th year of Alice in Wonderland come and discover our new After wonderland menu for adults!
You can now book through our website! Please use our booking calendar for groups of eight and less, weekdays and Brunch on weekends.
Weekdays: 12pm, 2pm and 4pm
Weekend Brunch : 9.30am and 11am
For larger parties or weekends please contact us by email, more information on our Afternoon tea page.
Monday to Friday 8am-5.30pm
Saturday - Bookings Only
Sunday - Bookings Only
We will be closed this summer from Sunday 23rd of August until Friday 28th of August
Welcome to Betty Blythe our 1920s Vintage Style Tea room in leafy west London. Fabulous food, quintessential Englishness and a hint of Hollywood glamour, all served on a vintage stage, is what makes Betty Blythe unique.
We specialise in Elegant parties and offer Brunch menus and High Tea with a corkage service. We are the perfect choice for Birthdays, Civilised Hen parties, Beautiful Baby showers and Children's tea parties. Please email us for more details.
Come and discover our dressing up box and adorn yourself with vintage style accessories and share Afternoon tea with fun memories and great photographs.
We can also provide our party planning services and cater in the luxury of your home or venue of your choice. Themes are varied from our loved 1920s to Victorian Alice in Wonderland. We are happy to give you a call and discuss menus and entertainment choice, please send us an email including your number.
We are proud to present our Betty Blythe book, Style me Vintage - Tea parties
or how to host the perfect vintage event. You can find it in all your favourite stores or directly buy it through us.
Who is Betty?
Betty Blythe is one of Hollywood's earliest sex symbols. A voluptuous brunette, Betty Blythe was among the first American movie stars to do nude scenes and her acting ability often took a back seat to her wardrobe, or lack of it. Her biggest hit was "The Queen of Sheba" (1921). She later said of it, "I had 28 costumes in that picture, and if I'd worn them all at once I couldn't have kept warm".
This beautiful icon of the silent movie era has watched over us as we serve our wonderful customers, and we have paid tribute to her costumes by dressing as starlets ourselves and accessorising the guests as is customary to when taking tea at Betty Blythe.
It is a wonderful experience to hear the excitement build as the dressing up box is opened and the previously mild manners of the start of the party turns to shrieks of laugher, and posing in the array of hats, faux fur stoles, pearls and gloves until each guest is satisfied with the finished look.
Time for tea and mismatched sets of china adorns the tables with cream table clothes and scattered petals , a pretty flower display in the centre of the table and our shabby chic chairs surround the table, pots of tea are brought to the guests and a selection of fine sandwiches, scones and cakes tempt the guests until they are pleasantly replete!
A quote from a friend of Betty Blythe – “I think she'd consider it a real hoot that someone named a business after her."