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Clayhall Tea House

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

Clayhall Tea House

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Categories: Food & Drink

A popular place of refreshment in the 18th century, in what was then an out of London village. Samuel Pepys records in his diary that he visited Bow, and had eaten a memorable dish of cherries and cream.

More about tea in 18th century East London at Spitalfields Life.

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Clayhall Tea House

Clayhall Tea House stood near here - a famous place of refreshment in the 18t...

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