Excellent variety of teas with friendly service👍A little off the main drag but worth looking for to get a little local history and a very interesting different menu
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Various teas to choose from at this great cafe. We come here regularly and always have the tea for two. Great scones and great tea. Andy and Joanne.
This cafe is all about specialty teas. We were served by a very knowledgeable lady, who had just taken fresh scones out of the oven. I had cheese and mustard and my husband had raisin with jam - both very good. The tea is served...More
Visited last week with my lovely cousin who is a vegan and sometimes struggles to find things to eat when out. Not so here, nothing was too much trouble, we had tomato and lentil soup which was to die for as was my cheese scone,...More
Called in for lunch while on hols. Delicious carrot and ginger soup (generous bowlful) with a cheese and mustard scone - all homemade - £5.50. Bari breakfast tea was just the ticket after a long drive. A tea lover's paradise. The cakes looked amazing but...More
Lovely little tea room with amazing selection of teas from all corners of the globe. You can smell the sample jars before ordering and the shop sells packets for you to take away. Lovely friendly service and super home baking.
This is the perfect place for the tea connoisseur. We (being heathens) opted for the bog standard breakfast tea, it was delicious; my husband added a crumpet with honey to his and was muchly impressed. The customer service was top notch and the decor/layout created...More
Happened upon this charming tea shop by chance, we had a lovely bowl of soup and of course tea but not just plain old typhoo. Worth paying a little bit extra and the service was great as well.