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“A Great Find!!”

Village Tea Room at Borsari Gallery
Price range: US$20 - US$25
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Description: This is a new Tea Room that opened about a month ago. The Gallery part opened about a year ago. Phone # 508-385-3434. We loved it! an
Reviewed June 24, 2014

I have passed this place for years and finally a friend took me to lunch there. Plenty of Parking and upon entering the Restaurant/Art Gallery was taken back by the ambiance and warm, inviting feeling in what use to be an old barn. Decor was stunning, rustic and absolutely inviting. I had a homemade lemonade, with a fresh gazpacho soup, Shrimp and crabmeat salad that was exceptional and a very generous portion, finished off the meal with a delicious homemade apple pie. This was my first but surely not my last visit there.

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3  Thank Sean M
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Reviewed June 17, 2014

Just got back from a week on the Cape and had a great time. Our favorite rainy day (always seems to be at least one) Lunch is at the Village Tea Room. We Love this place; the food is always superb and our waitress Jenna is always outstanding. The paintings on the wall are stunning and they make this a perfect rain day destination!

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1  Thank steve f
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Reviewed January 5, 2014

We stumbled upon this delightful spot for tea. Shared a scone and were thrilled with the tea, a real treat as we rarely get a perfect cuppa outside the UK. We were chuffed to meet George and had a wonderful chat about property footie. Definitely worth another visit!

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2  Thank Elissa C
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Reviewed July 18, 2013

Our family has followed the evolution of the Borsari Gallery from an old barn to a gallery to a tea room. We have been delighted with this journey and enjoy having lunch or tea each year when on Cape Cod. The afternoon tea is special with a link to the original English celebration with a pot of teach, small sandwiches and delicious cakes. The lunch menu is very good with excellent sandwiches and salads as well as terrific pie for dessert. The high ceilings and beautiful art assure the guests that they will stimulated by both taste and sight. The Borsaris are wonderful hosts with an eye to what each guest needs as well as ensuring a overall feeling of comfort. Note that the Tea Room is open 6 days a week (but never on Saturday, somewhat of an anamoly for Cape restaurans, but with a good rationale so ask them),

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3  Thank jeffl499
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Reviewed June 24, 2013

My friend and I both host very elegant afternoon teas at our homes several times a year so we approach each visit to a tearoom with a "critical" eye.We were looking for somewhere new on the Cape other than The Dunbar and the Tea Shop at Mashpee Commons and I happened upon the Village Tearoom's website. Although our preference is to have tea in a more Victorian setting, we kept an open mind and decided to visit on a beautifully warm spring day. The barn is charming, though very rustic so we were a little unsure as to how tea might be served. Well, to our surprise the tea was served in elegant English fashion. Beautiful china tea cups and teapots in various patterns and styles. Not cups purchased at a restaurant supply! There were 4 of us so we ordered two of the Afternoon Teas and 2 additional scones.The tea consisted of a scone with real Devon cream and strawberry jam. 4 tea sandwiches and 4 tea desserts Served warm,the scones were brought to us first with a lovely teapot filled with the tea of our choice.
Next we were served the 4 tea sandwiches along with the delightful selection of 4 sweets. Allergic to mayonnaise, I asked if the sandwiches could be prepared without..George, the Tea Chef came to our table personally to be sure I was happy with them.. Our server Rachel was exceptional! Knowledgeable and with a great sense of humor. Our friends ordered the Victorian Afternoon Tea and we had the Darjeerling. The Victorian tea had an unusual smokey flavor which none of us liked. Rachel quickly took it away and replaced it with a pot of Earl Grey. Not only did she replace the tea but she replaced the tea cups as well. Very good service!
Everyone we came in contact with was pleasant and engaging and the whole experience was lovely. We are looking forward to our next visit and
encourage anyone who enjoys afternoon tea to stop in to the Village Tearoom in Dennis, Ma.

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5  Thank FQRB
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