Spent a week around Dulverton we visited most of the tea rooms in the village - including Mortimers - aparently Mr Mortimer has owned for many years, but has only recently changed the name of the establishment to his own.
Menu was varied with a variety of Rarebits a feature as well as the usual panini/cream tea/light lunch etc
Standard of food was actually good - we ordered the Bacon & Chicken Salad, the Chacutterie Platter, Paninis and Cheesy Chips and some cake .. all were good standard if a little over priced (£8 for the salad, £6 for the panini and £10 for the platter (not good value in particular).
The meal however was spoilt totally by the lack of attentive and professional staff ... long delays at all stages ... other tea rooms can manage a freindly smile and even a chat, which is why they will get the repeat business rather than Mortimers that had no owner visible and the few staff who were on show were disinterested and were feeding their own children rather than getting your bill!
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