Suppose a fish rots from the head down. The show faulty towers would be the obvious comparison. However Sybil seemed to care and basil made an effort.
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Such a nice place to find. Had breakfast here and it was just lovely. Perfect start to a busy day exploring. Would certainly visit again if in Brighten again for sure. Cute decor and lovely waitresses.
Delightfully quaint, charming but decidedly delicious pit-stop away from the pressure of high energy Brighton; good food, wonderful choice of teas and coffees and lovely staff; recommended
Mostly packed, and lives up to the fame. Everything in the high tea was amazing, and the environment was elegant and cute, generally made me happy to be there.
Nice cozy restaurant. Lovely staff member and very helpful. He was polish and very friendly and helping. I would love to come back soon again.
Stopped here for a cream tea and it was really lovely. Old fashioned tea room with lovey staff and excellent service. Also, the scone, cream and jam was all great - top quality and not too expensive. If we return to Brighton we will visit...More
Five of us went there on a recommendation. We all wished we had'nt. We ordered a variety of food including eggs benedict from the menu and it arrived in dribs and drabs to the extent that some of our party had to start otherwise their...More
The service is lovely and the food delicious. I really liked my choice (scones with cream and jam). My friend ordered eggs benedict and it was also good. I definitely recommend this place. The only bad point is the fact that the tables are very...More
Tried twice to get into the tearooms for afternoon tea, but fully occupied. Eventually managed coffee mid morning with the downstairs tables quickly being filled. Great selection of teas and coffee's with orders taken at table. -a little surprised that no biscuits were on sale...More