To A Tea: BRGR.Co (Say What?)


At a burger joint?


Sometimes, my friends,
you gotta shake things up.

And speaking of shakes,
this tea included a mini shake...
so I had no choice but to try it immediately.

is a cute place in Soho
that has often intrigued me,
but I'd typically always been heading to another room
when I saw it,
so never had a good excuse to try it out.

Fortunately, my friend Grace
forwarded me an email about their 
version of "Afternoon Tea."

After reading of sliders (chicken, lobster & cheeseburgers!),
mini pots of fries, 
cheesecake, donuts, the aforementioned miniature vanilla shake,
iced tea (because what "tea" would be complete without it)
and a glass of prosecco
all for £17,
I realized this was my moment to check it out.

So off we went.

The staff was so friendly
and sat us 30 minutes before our reservation.

Food came out quickly
and was super good.

I was a big fan of the sliders, the fries, the donut, the tea...

well, I guess we could say
I pretty much liked everything.

Viola even had her first high chair experience...
giving her convenient access to swiping at food.

Obviously, I watched her grab at the cheesecake and fries
with true motherly pride.

So yeah, add this place to your list.

Whether it's for the "afternoon tea"
or just for a good bite
while your strolling Soho or shopping on Oxford Street.

It's a good one.

And the regular menu looks pretty awesome, too. 

Check it out!


Not your cup of tea?

Check out some of my other favorite places for tea here.

*all images original to Aspiring Kennedy


  1. Can't wait to try it out - next trip to London for sure. Thanks for doing the research for us! x

  2. Oh my heavens this looks like the best tea ever!!!! Now I'm starving.

  3. I'm off to this on 21st and so excited! So glad it's gotten the thumbs up.

  4. What a fun idea! I just got back from a trip to London - wish I would've known about this then!

  5. while this looks delicious ... i can't help but notice the small Chipotle sign in the first picture. SOOO jelly that you guys have chipotle - i am counting down the days till our trip home and some mexican food!!! oh the rough life of an expat ;)

  6. Tea and a that's an oxymoron! Totally my taste though!

  7. Hello, heaven! I think this is exactly us Americans' cup of tea - a good transition! :)

  8. This looks amazing! Wish I had known about this when I was in London! Next time...

  9. Hi Lauren! I am such a big fan of the blog! Love your tips and adventures. Two things I have really noted is you tend to eat out for some really amazing meals. The other, is that you are very budget savvy. I too live in a foodie city {Portland} and would love any tips how you prioritize entertainment while still watching the wallet.



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