Surprised they weren't busier on Easter Sunday, we were the first in at lunchtime after a tour of the attached 78 Derngate house. Piping hot delicious soup -someone knows their spicing - and warm bread much appreciated on a chilly day, as was the generous pot of tea for two which yielded three cups each. Service very attentive, nothing too much trouble. The cream teas are legendary apparently. Views over the park, snowy tablecloths, mismatched vintage china... lovely atmosphere. Look forward to a return visit.
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