Welcome to the world famous Willow Tea Rooms, regarded by many as one of the destinations to visit in Glasgow. Our afternoon tea served on a traditional 3-tiered cake stand is one of our most popular menu items.
Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1904, the Willow Tea Rooms in Sauchiehall Street, remains one of the city's major attractions for both local and overseas visitors. See the Room De Luxe and Gallery and marvel at the many original features still on show today.
Our Tea Rooms are centrally located on Glasgow's Style Mile and provide a mouth-watering range of traditional food and drinks. We also serve a range of daily specials at both Sauchiehall Street and Buchanan Street, see our Menu section. Many of our visitors ask us for our recipies and we are delighted to share these with you. In Anne's Kitchen you will find a selection of our most asked for dishes, including our famous Willow Meringues.
Visit our gift shops and choose from a wide selection of Mackintosh and Glasgow products, many of which are designed in-house. Our range includes jewellery,tote bags, scarves, candles, glasswear, household products, gift sets, pens, compacts, pill boxes, mugs, notelets, cards and books ... just some of the many items we have on sale.
Its time to Celebrate!
2014 - its Scotland's year! Commonwealth Games, Ryder Cup, Homecoming, Piping Live and the World Pipe Band Championship, MTV... just some of the great things happening...and what better way to enjoy your time at these events than by planning a visiting to the Willow Tea Rooms.
Our menu is available all day, enjoy breakfast, lunch, morning coffee or afternoon tea - the choice is yours!
Creative Mackintosh 2014
The festival is coming! Now in its 3rd year, the Creative Mackintosh Festival is taking place throughout the month of October with lots of exciting things happening for all the family. At the Willow Tea Rooms we are delighted to have a number of events including our exhibition "Making The Willow Tea Rooms" which is open every day from 9.00 am (Sundays 10.30 am). During the month we will also have our Tea, Talk & Tour with Mackintosh events - see our Creative Mackintosh Festival 2014 page for more information about these.
A special date for the diary during the Festival is Sunday, 5 October when the first performance of "Un-looking" will start at the Willow Tea Rooms at 2.00 pm before moving onto Sauchiehall Street, down Buchanan Street and finishing up at the Lighthouse.
Anne's Kitchen - The place to go for some of our favourite recipes. So if you are looking for something tasty then check out http:www.willowtearooms.co.uk/annes-kitchen/
Looking for Glasgow Style - then you are looking for our fabulous Gift Shop located on the ground floor of the Willow Tea Rooms at 217 Sauchiehall Street With a fabulous range of gifts and jewellery, we have lots of new stock arriving daily. Our ranges include Mackintosh pendants, earrings, brooches and rings, Mackintosh slim line mirrors in a wide range of colours and designs, Tianguis Jackson jewellery and a great selection of scarves from Johnstons of Elgin in lambswool & angora and 100% cashmere.
We are delighted that we are also nominated stockists for a great range of gifts by Nick Munro, Culinary Concepts and Lene Bjerre.
Our shop also stocks our full range of own brand products including our popular Glasgow Girl Tote Bags.
Or for something different, then why not buy the gift of afternoon tea. Vouchers available online at www.willowtearooms.co.uk/trolleyed/2/index.htm or by calling us on 0141-332-0521.
Visiting the Willow Tea Rooms - Reap the Rewards!! - Remember to keep your till receipt when you visit the Willow Tea Rooms. Your receipt gives you 10% off your food/drinks (excluding alcohol) at our sister Tea Room. So if you visit Sauchiehall Street, you will get 10% discount on your receipt for Buchanan Street. If you visit Buchanan Street, you will get 10% discount on your receipt for Sauchiehall Street.
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