In a really lovely gesture from Paddy's parents, they gave him vouchers to redeem for an afternoon tea at The Fan Museum in Greenwich, so he brought me along! Greenwich is one of my favourite areas of London, so I was very excited to be able to go back.

The museum is located just down the road from the main high street and the famous Cutty Sark ship. We sat and had afternoon tea which included a hot drink - tea, coffee or hot chocolate which we both chose - with scones fresh from the oven (!) with jam and clotted cream, a slice of Victoria Sponge cake and a small slice of another cake - you could choose either a chocolate & salted caramel brownie or a piece of lemon drizzle cake, which we both chose.

It was pretty good, but very very rich! I really regretted not getting tea to break up the sugary-ness of everything, as the sponge cake was incredibly sweet and rich and it was such a big slice! The lemon drizzle was also good too, though it was quite sharp. The scones were amazing!

I'd recommend it to anyone who fancies an afternoon tea when exploring Greenwich. The setting is gorgeous and the walls in the tea room were painted with huge murals all over the walls. It's got great reviews and for good reason!