Had scones and a comforting cup of mocha. Scones paired with clotted cream and jam were brilliant. Would visit again if at York.
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Visited 3 years ago and was impressed by the quality of ingredients and breakfast provided. Found the opposite now true.
Surrounded by interesting antiques this little tearoom is well worth a visit.We ordered the panini special included cake and drink of your choice.Paninis were very tasty came with salad Choice of cakes I had apple pie, piping hot Yummy! Will definitely visit again. They stop...More
My parents visited last week with some friends they haven't seen in ages. My dad is coeliac so eating out can be a challenge sometimes. The food was very good as was the lovely China cups the tea came in complete with mini milk jug....More
The first time I went here I was looking for a light bite but they had stopped serving food (this was around 3pm) so I went elsewhere. The next time I went I was looking for a piece of cake and I was not disappointed....More
My daughter is coeliac so eating out can be a little difficult sometimes. Visited Molly's and nothing was too much trouble. The choices, which were plentiful, were fully explained to us, and we had total confidence that everything would be as described. The food was...More
Nice staff, good cuppa great cakes in an old tearoom setting even the staff are dressed in period uniforms worth a visit.
We were handed a flyer for Molly's Tearooms when we were walking around the Shambles during a hen party weekend in York. One of our party is gluten and dairy intolerant and the flyer mentioned gluten-free menu options. The staff were really helpful and ran...More
A lovely tearoom in an antique centre which is brilliant to browse. Home made food which is delicious. The lentil soup was just like my mother used to make! Afternoon tea for two at £24.95 was amazing with loads to eat. Staff were really nice...More