While crossing the bridge to get something to eat we noticed this quaint little building so turned back to photograph it. On a whim we decided to eat here instead. What a great decision this turned out to be. As soon as we entered we realised this was going to be something special. The staff are dressed in period costume and the interior decorated in a quaint but not tacky way.
Even though we simply had morning tea with coffee and cakes the rest of the menu looked scrumptious. On chatting with the owner/manager we commented on the fact that even though the tea rooms are designed to catch the tourist dollar it is priced for the locals. this place could easily mark up every thing on the menu as many other places do.
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