We popped in during the Christmas market. A few minutes wait then plenty of fresh tea, with cheese scones. The scones came with cheddar and yummy chutney. A lovely experience!
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We spotted this tearoom during our morning wandering around Canterbury, and looking for a light lunch headed back there. Easy to find a table for 6 of us upstairs, friendly and efficient service. We tried different kinds of Kentish Huffkin, a sort of soft bap...More
Managed to get in just before they closed but were greeted as if first customer of the day. Somewhat restricted selection of scones which at least indicates fresh product rather than frozen. Good pot of tea. Charming staff. really worth a visit.
Had a decent lunch (as opposed to tea & scones). Was going to go back for afternoon tea, but didn't want to deal with the slow service. Its a fairly busy place with only two servers. It was hard to get their attention.
Hubby and I visited this cafe as there was a sign nearby saying the best tea shop in Kent. It did not disappoint. The building is beautiful and very quaint. There is the main tea shop downstairs with more seating upstairs and a 'haunted room'...More
We entered: The sign said "Wait here to be seated"! So we waited and waited and... Eventually shown to a seat and were left with a menu but said "We only want a cup of tea". So we waited and waited and...saw a waitress and...More
We enjoyed our visit to this small, quaint tearoom. The tea and scones were very good. It was crowded when we were there but were lucky enough to get seated right away in the front of the tearoom on the first floor - a great...More
My wife an I went into Tiny Tim's Tearoom after going into Patisserie Valerie in Canterbury and waiting several minutes in an empty shop. (There loss our gain) we had an excellent coffee and scone and decided to return for lunch. I had kippers and...More
We visited this place for a cream tea. We were welcomed and seated promptly. The place is very old and full of character. There was a pianist playing in the background. A very romantic place. Our food and drinks were lovely. Service good. All in...More
We were a party of four friends and we visited Tiny Tims specifically for cream teas, which we all love. The tea room is lovely with a tiny, pretty courtyard where you can sit outside, which we did. However, we were all disappointed with our...More