Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Afternoon Tea at The Pump Room

The Pump Room is a beautiful, hella fancy restaurant in Bath famous for its lavish afternoon tea and elegant decor. My friend (and Kappa sister! woo #sisterhood) Niyousha and I were so excited to swing by The Pump Room for tea during our visit to Bath. We decided to treat ourselves with the Searcy's Champagne Tea package, which came with a delicious assortment of scones, sandwiches, and decadent desserts. The champagne was crisp, the tea tasty, and all of the food was incredible. The Pump Room also had live classical music which made our afternoon feel like a glamorous movie scene- I loved the sky high ceilings and the neoclassical style of the entire room. Just like the rest of Bath, the Pump Room had me feeling like I'd been completely transported back in time and it was magical. 

(this last photo is kind of creepy because it has other NYU students in it) (sorry guys)

I loved the Pump Room and would definitely go back if given the chance to visit Bath again- they also have a fountain of spa water from the hot springs which is supposed to be quite fresh. Niyousha and I completely forgot about trying the water because we were too occupied devouring our tower of goodies, but we did try it at the Roman Baths (it wasn't that great though). The Pump Room definitely ranks in my top 5 favorite places to have afternoon tea here in Britain so far.

I'm also super excited right now because spring break starts this weekend and our first stop is Berlin! I have no idea what we're going to do there (besides try schnitzel) but I can't wait to see more of Europe with my best friends. Expect a new post soon and lots of photos on Instagram!

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