My mother loves the Mad Hatter. It is a fantastic place for a ladies day brunch and the food is delish
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It’s a good restaurant to have, it seemed like it’s combined with the red moose so it took away from the “tea setting” but the kids ordered some chicken strips and it was good. The scone was good but just a little dry, the cup...More
Great sandwiches and the soup and tea are amazing. Nice spot for friends to meet for lunch or a mother daughter lunch!
I wasn't sure about this place. I drove by it a hundred times before it seemed like the perfect place to take my Mom's friend, who was visiting. The decor is not the most inviting - it feels slightly old and slightly sad. But I...More
They were great, but unfortunately, they recently closed. They were in Downtown then moved up to Osborne, they lasted a long time, but I guess they didn't get a lot of business
With a new name and combined efforts...the Mad Hatter and Red Moose have a very diversified menu. Road signage is a bit obscure but well worth the hunt to find ....if only for the best burger in town, and the hand cut fries are pretty...More
The Mad Hatter has now merged with the Red Moose, formerly located in Kingsland, and the Red Moose appears to have won out on the name. Many of the former Mad Hatter favorites items are now available on the combined menu but the focus is...More
Excellent food and service; decent prices and really good service; Wish they had an 'open' sign that is visible as you drive past on the main road, because its difficult to tell exactly when they are open just looking at the building...so, unless you know...More
Was very impressed for just a local little tea shop! Can't wait to go again! Friendly staff, great food and atmosphere.
Mad Hatter is a wonderful and unique lunch spot. Limited lunch hours (11:00 am til 2:00 pm) but WOW! They know how to do lunch. If you want a traditional lunch this is not the place for you. Mad Hatter serves up delightful interesting and...More