We were going to go (as usual) to Cafe Rouge - but I remembered 'liking' Bea's page on Facebook, so we went on a hunt to find it. Not to far from Milsom St, just off the beaten track which was nice. We arrived half hour before the lunch rush so plenty of places to choose to sit. About 12.30 onwards it was full and people were being turned away. What a gorgeous little find. I had the hearty stew, my Husband had the shepherds pie and our Son had a goats cheese & ham panini. Good portions and very delicious - just what we needed after mooching around the Christmas market! We also had cake too Husband - apple toffee and I had a slice of blueberry custard streusel cake, very yummy! We had a warm friendly welcome from the lovely ladies - with 1940's style make up and head scarves. Service was brilliant and were helpful with menu choices. We will definitely be going back (I need to try their other homemade tasty cakes on offer!) I love everything kitsch and I love Bea's Vintage tearoom!
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