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I live locally but had never been to this tea room. I called in one day with my daughter and we loved it. Food was excellent and we loved the atmosphere. Staff look great in their 50's dresses .My daughter loved all the old TV's...More
What a lovely little place this is. The food is good, recommend the apricot and lentil soup.......more delicious than it sounds! The decor is fantastic and the staff friendly. Recommended with a visit to mining art gallery and new viewing tower just across the road.
I am sorry to say this was a terrible experience. I had to ask for my cup to be replaced two times, & the teaspoon, because they were not clean; the third replacement had clearly just been rinsed. The tea (Earl Grey) was weak, &...More
Have often had lunch in this very individual tea room but today was a first for afternoon tea for my sedate Hen party.
We had a room to ourselves which was lovely, didn’t feel guilty making noise. The 2 vegetarians and 2 gluten free eaters...More
Lovely staff with an equally lovely experience. The background music and the staff in their vintage dresses added to the ambience while either having cake and a coffee or tea and a return in the afternoon for a fair priced delicious lunch with a great...More
Stumbled into cafe by chance. Needed a loo and asked for nearest coffee shop and was directed to it. Lots of odd bits of crockery and pictures etc all from days gone by. Familiarised containers and jugs that my mother had back in my childhood...More
We visited on a snowy afternoon and came away feeling very satisfied. All of the waitresses are dressed in 50s attire which adds to the quaint and quirky theme Which includes unique tea cups, teapots and crockery. There’s an extensive menu which includes afternoon tea...More