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What you can expect during your visit
Face masks required for staff in public areas
Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
Socially distanced dining tables
Staff required to regularly wash hands
Tables disinfected between guests
Single-use or sanitized menus
Updated 02/10/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.
All reviews scones soup cake finger sandwiches crisps afternoon tea tea shop tea room alice in wonderland vintage style freshly made sandwiches lovely little cafe lovely atmosphere visiting evesham light lunch high street lisa
Visited for afternoon tea. Lovely soup with a crumpet followed by good choice of sandwiches and cake and, of course scone with cream and jam.
Really cosy venue. Give them a try, you won’t be disappointed
A Travel Zoo offer of afternoon tea for two. Certainly not worth the money. To be honest, place was bizarre and I was unsure whether I was in a shop or a cafe. Not helped by the fact that there was a dog wandering around....More
This wasn't my 1st visit but i'd purchased a Travelzoo voucher for an afternoon tea for 2 & decided to use it for my birthday.
The staff are really very friendly and its great the place is dog friendly. The food was really scrummy and...More
I have lived in Evesham for 5 years now and have been a regular ever since my son and daughter-in-law introduced me. Great food. Great banter! Quirky decor but very interesting!!! Lisa and her elves work hard. X
My husband and I visited today for afternoon tea having looked at the wonderful pictures on the website and we weren't disappointed! We had a very delicious and substantial tea including homemade soup, sandwiches, crumpets, scones and cake!! We were greeted and served by very...More
My friend and I visited for a late lunch. The menu is varied and delicious.
I had a jacket potato with vegan toppings - fresh and tasty. My flavoursome decaf Americano was welcome after being caught in the rain.
There was a gramophone in the...More
Afternoon tea at this vintage tearoom was an excellent experience. Starting with a cup of homemade carrot & courgette soup. My wife is in a wheelchair & we had no trouble parking in the adjacent Waitrose car park passing through an arch & into the...More
Found our way to this lovely little cafe for tea and cake with our two dogs. All safety measures were adhered to, whilst still being very friendly and helpful; they even served up biscuits for the dogs!
The toilet facilities were very clean and I...More
Visited JellyPickleJam last week for our first ever afternoon tea experience. Couldn't have chosen a prettier, more friendly and (covid) safe place to go. Absolutely everything was 10 out of 10. The food, the beautiful decor and the very warm welcome was gratefully received by...More
Seeking shelter from the late summer weather and a light lunch ,we stumbled across this gem after shopping during a trip to the Cotswolds.
A warm greeting at the door entiged us into a quaint old fashioned tea shop.Great choice of teas and coffees and...More
Hi Victoria. Yes, we are accessible from the Vine Mews entrance and have an access ramp for the toilet facilities. The Old Brewery long stay car park is the closest, and Merston Green car park is just round the corner (both... More
Hi Victoria. Yes, we are accessible from the Vine Mews entrance and have an access ramp for the toilet facilities. The Old Brewery long stay car park is the closest, and Merston Green car park is just round the corner (both are free for blue badge holders). There are also several disabled spaces on the high street (Vine Street, which is where you'll find Vine Mews, opposite the churches). Hope this helps and also hope to see you soon. Kind regards, Lisa, JellyPickleJam.
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