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How to experience "tea" without the high price

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I am taking my 14 year old granddaughter to London as a birthday present . She would like to experiencent "tea", but she is a finicky eater and will not eat anything offered at tea. She just would like the experience. Any recommendations for an inexpensive tea experience would be appreciated..?

Also any recommendations for restaurants near Victoria station that have good food me and my DH, but offer pizza or hamburgers for my granddaughter would be appreciated..

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