Westfield London, 1 Ariel Way, London, W12 7SH
Apostrophe is one of a collection of cafes inside the Westfield shopping centre. In my opinion there are not enough cafe choices in Westfield, too many chains and all in the same places: clusters of cafes and people and then nothing for miles. It probably is miles too, Westfield is a scarily large shopping centre. Tea is needed when it’s time for a break.
Apostrophe is a chain of cafes in London and apparently their hot chocolate was recently voted the best in London by Time Out. I wouldn’t know about the I ordered tea as I’d seen people drinking pots of tea in the seating area. They had a choice of loose leaf tea and I picked Earl Grey Red Baron. The loose leaf tea was put in a big tea bag and dumped in a cup. Where was my tea pot? I was tired from shopping and couldn’t face asking for a pot so just stuck with my cup. It was very nice tea. The photo is not clear but there were flecks of red in the tea, hence the Red Baron presumably.
Leaf tea? Yes.
Milk jug? Yes.
Price? £5.20 for tea and a baguette.
Go again? Yes, but I’ll ask for a pot next time and get someone to test the hot chocolate for me.