The tea hut is a lovely location for a meal, BUT a 1 hour wait for 3 breakfasts!? Food was good quality, but the wait made the visit disappointing
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We met up with two friends for lunch here while visiting the area. As it was Bank Holiday Monday we feared the worst but found a table easily. We ordered our food and were told there would be a 25 minute wait, but it arrived...More
I had a mocha which wasn't very warm. We ordered a jacket potato with cheese which had been melted into a river of fat. Potatoes had mixed herbs on them which had burnt. Coleslaw was runny and salad heavenly dressed which wasn't stated on the...More
We were visiting the area and found this cafe on Trip. There is parking close by. You just need to use the railway crossing and you'll find the cafe just down on the right. There is seating inside and out. Outside there are umbrellas and...More
Quite simply the best breakfast in Suffolk. Large and full of flavour as the result of using only the best ingredients. The mushrooms are fantastic (locally sourced I understand) and bacon crispy and slightly smoked. Because of the size I recommend having it late morning...More
We had lunch here with my cousin and her partner, pleasant setting and friendly young staff, dogs are welcome. Everyone enjoyed their lunch of hamburgers however I had the kippers which I would not recommend - very salty and full of bones.
This quirky cafe is next to a model boat pond and close to the banks of the river. The big breakfast is huge and tasty. Brilliant sausages and loads of other things. Highly recommended and you can walk off the calories afterwards along the riverside.
First time visit to the tea hut, we only called in for an afternoon cup of tea could not believe price, £2-40 for a pot off tea for 2 plus biscuits great value. Plenty of seating outside in pleasant surroundings, Young Staff very friendly and...More
After having a nightmare experience in Cromer two days earlier, it was a pleasure to visit the tea hut, young waitresses keen to please,at a delightful venue near the boating lake.My partner and myself had a bacon butty,which was served with two thick slices of...More