We really enjoyed this place. We scoured the high-street to find somewhere that had a bit of individuality and character amongst the chain coffee outlets. We found it! There are a few seats downstairs in amongst the shop, but the main seating area is upstairs, see the picture at the top of the reviews. It has some lovely local art on the walls and a rather impressive chandelier, The view of the high-street is also a plus for the nosey (like me). It was a hot day and we had both eaten a BIG breakfast at the nearby Bell Inn, so we just wanted something light. I had a Victorian lemonade, which was a pleasant change from the usual lemonades one is served in chain places, my wife had a fresh juice. Both were excellent. We shared a Rocky Road Sundae, my word was it worth it! It came in a beautiful glass and was enormous, full of chocolatey goodness and lovely ice-cream. The service was friendly and although the waitress was new, she took the trouble to answer our questions in a detailed manner and was very polite and professional. We would highly recommend the tea room. Certainly one of the most characterful we encountered in Monmouth and the food quality was excellent.
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