From Our Editors
Abbot's Kitchen is located in the Chapter House at St Alban's Cathedral that boasts one of the longest naves in the UK, and a unique mixture of architectural styles. Making a point of using fine ingredients from local suppliers and focusing on quality service, the restaurant offers breakfast and lunch dishes, as well as a variety of refreshments, with cream and afternoon teas also available. Open seven days a week, Abbot's Kitchen caters for large groups, functions and special occasions.
Just a lovely interesting afternoon
Lots of sandwiches and tea. Staff very friendly. Also tour of the Abbey was interesting.
Very friendly, great service and lovely food
Sandwiches were very unattractive and not pleasant to eat due to them been almost frozen.
The wording tea and scones means one scone.
Beautiful afternoon tea! Will definitely be back and have mentioned to frineds and family, it was inside a marquee, and the table laid with a pretty vintage style tea set, yummy sandwiches , fresh tea and coffee and the best scones we’ve ever had!
Fabulous experience. The tour was very interesting, and not something I'd normally do, so it was a great addition to the afternoon tea and lovely to learn something new. The little marquee kitchen was nice, the sandwitches were very cold, so had gone a little hard in the fridge, but other than that was nice. Scones were lovely and the tea cups and plates were so cute. Fab day!
A lovely afternoon tea for a great price. Delicious scones!
We arrived earlier than the time we booked but still got served.
Really enjoyed our afternoon tea, the Abbey tour was also very interesting, well worth a visi
Lovely afternoon but nightmare trying to book with groupon