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Reviews of Watch House Tower Bridge

Shad Thames, London SE1


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Great Breakfast
I agree with the other postings, good tea and a friendly ambience. Also a really good breakfast - I've had the pancakes and fruit - tasty and I can kid myself it's healthy too.
I agree!
I have been to teapod a couple of times now and I love it. As a northener living in London and with a serious tea drinking addiction I was excited about a 'cafe' dedicated to my favourite drink. I also like the cream teas they do as the jam is really fruity. Only thing I can fault is that English Breakfast is the strongest black tea they do(correct me if I am wrong)and I like my tea very strong, so something more powerful would make it even better for me (resists temptation to make comment about southeners and weak tea stereotypes, oops it just slipped out).

Anyhow I really hope it does well because I like it!

Great new teahouse in London
I visited teapod last week, and without doubt they serve the best tea in London! When you first walk in, you are hit by the very modern, contemporary look. You can choose from a huge range of teas which are served in their own little teapots or you can take away. There is a timer on the wall to make sure you brew your perfect cup which I have never seen before.

They also do lovely cakes and pastries, as well as sandwiches. I think they have only been open a few weeks, but the place was very busy, and you can even buy the teas in little teapod boxes. They have website too - which gives you more information and pictures of the place.

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