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Had a delicious afternoon tea with my sister- sandwiches, scones and cakes. All was very fresh and tasty, and did not need to be booked in advance. Service was excellent, and our table out in the garden was lovely. Will be returning soon.
It’s a great location. And we sat outside in the sunshine. But by 10.30am they’d run out of brown bread and the white was very basic. The coffee was also very poor. But the scrambled eggs were nice.
Need to try harder to excel.
I visited these tea rooms with a friend, who had raved about the place and her favourite cake, needless to say I was looking forward to it. However, I was really disappointed! I had the macaroni cheese which turned to be just cooked pasta with...More
Recently visited Battle Abbey and this place was literally next door to the entrance.
Quaint appearance, it’s a tea shop and restaurant that is beautifully presented.
Appears to be family run, all staff were super friendly and attentive throughout. Menu is a good range of...More
We have come to visit Battle and visit The Nook to find that it was no longer a coffee shop. So we went next door. Charming tea room. Dog friendly. Tasty cakes and great coffee. Staff were welcoming. It was Easter Sunday and the place...More
My friends and I decided to go here for an afternoon tea for a celebration of a friend getting married. We booked a table and booked the tea in advance. We was awkward and booked two afternoon teas, one gluten free and one veggie one....More
Had High Tea which was wonderful. Great selection of tea's, Pre-booked this visit due to my lactose intolerance and I couldn't have asked for better. The service and attentiveness to this was outstanding. I have eaten breakfast here before which was also lovely. Would absolutely...More
Visited here today with my family we all had a sale which was ok but nothing special I found it quite dry but the cheesy chips we had as a side order was the best I have tasted. Wasn’t impressed with having to take my...More
We stayed nearby at the George Hotel which hasn’t got breakfast facilities so we stumbled across this little cafe . We all had a fab breakfast in the very quaint and quirky cafe with lovely staff , right next door to the Abby . We...More