Had the pleasure of having lunch here, it was recommended by our museum guide. The food was good, decor authentic (old stage house), my only complaint would be that the prices were a little dear.
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A group of us went to this charming little tea room last weekend ,after taking the train trip nearby . All of us are from England , so we were hoping ( since they advertised an English Cream Tea ( that we would actually get...More
understandably this is a tea room and perhaps their cream teas are good. We stopped in for lunch and chose to only have soup because it was the cheapest item on the menu at $5.00 for what amounted to about a cup of soup with...More
Took my very British 96 year old Mum here for lunch this afternoon. We were pleased with the menu, which reflected that of a typical UK tea room. Reviews that complain about lack of variety are unfair. Tearooms are not roadhouses or full restaurants, as...More
I visited here with my Canadian cousins, I am English, I felt it was a bit of a let down if this is what typical English food is purported to be to Canadians. I had Shepherds Pie which was ok but not exactly as Mum...More
There are no veg. options, and instead you will be offered a variation of something on the menu BUT at full price... hate when places do that. Take out all the expensive bits (cold cuts) and replace it with an extra lettuce leaf or two...More
Eating here was a big disappointment and way too expensive for what you get. Having been born and raised in England I know what British food should be like. The Cream Tea was served with so little cream that even if I had put all...More