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“A jolly place”
Review of British Pantry

British Pantry
Ranked #27 of 262 Restaurants in Redmond
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Reviewed 18 April 2013

If you can't be in England, this is the place to buy your real scones, your
baps instead of hamburger buns, savory baked dinner items, and
small pies and tarts. Also gifts.

Thank Avis F
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Reviewed 6 April 2013 via mobile

did not get to eat here unfortunately. drove 45mins to eat breakfast. arrived 5 mins before time was up but were told very rudely and abruptly that we couldn't have breakfast. woukd have liked to eat here but won't be going back. :-(

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1  Thank katiekyser
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Reviewed 25 February 2013

The Pantry is nice as is the attached store, however, the attached Three Lion's Pub is the star attraction here. Several ales on tap including The Old Speckeled Hen...they pour a right proper pint.

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Thank GuyDonna
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Reviewed 21 February 2013

I can't vouch for the other meals, but I'm a regular for tea; house tea, scone or crumpet, melon and grapes, Devonshire cream, cucumber sandwich and a little pastry (usually a Bakewell tart). Most of the waitresses are in their 60s and 70s, so the service is not particularly speedy, but it's a meal meant to be lingered over.

1  Thank WAgal
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Reviewed 31 January 2013

Okay, ex pats and lovers of good old English grub.
This is the place to go, the tea room has a charm that is so English, tea cups with saucers, jam buttie's and steak and kidney pies. Everything to remind you of home, Yorkshire Pudding and Spotted Dick too.
Next door you have the deli and store, Cadbury, Marmite, oval tine and Vimto. Wensleydale cheese and Lancashire, oh yummy, the mouth is getting wet just dreaming of the drive home with a bag of sausage rolls to munch on.
Best yet is the Pub, The Three Lions, even the the bar staff are English, or Scottish. Great guys who the food and drinks with all the charm that one expects of the Brits.
Reading Trevor's review, I must disagree with his wording of the place being run from a distance, not so, full family, Mum, Dad and two kids, Neville and Alvia. The pasties are Lancashire, not Lancastier, and are delicious. Great atmosphere, not open very long, but they already have their regulars.

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Thank Martin R
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