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Dolly's Tea Room & Wine Bar

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Dolly's Tea Room & Wine Bar

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Scopesey wrote a review Sep 2020
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This was one of the highlights of our holiday in Falmouth. We visited twice and found an oasis of calm and style. Apart from the glorious gin collection, the wonderful tapas and cakes to die for, the ambiance was just perfect. The best way to spend a relaxing evening in Falmouth is at one of the window tables, a glass of G & T and watch the world go by....
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Rob wrote a review Aug 2020
Kidderminster, United Kingdom24 contributions4 helpful votes
After a disappointing evening meal elsewhere, we were looking for somewhere to have desert and a coffee. With many tea rooms not open and Nero and Costa closed at five, we were about to give up and head back to our B&B. Then we passed Dolly’s Tea Room and ventured upstairs to be greeted by oodles of vintage charm and a very cheerful young lady in 40s dress who welcomed us and showed us to a table. We had a large cafetière of decaf and tucked into their delicious rose petal and honey scone and cinnamon, cherry and sultana scone with blackcurrent jam and clotted cream. The service was excellent, the atmosphere relaxing and all for under a tenner!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Laird.R wrote a review Jul 2020
Brighton, United Kingdom77 contributions86 helpful votes
This place was very nice decorated and the staff is very welcoming! We were expected to meet dogs as it said but no dogs at all, which was disappointed.. Scones are great, cakes as well, but I wasn’t expected tea bags for a Tea Time in such a place, but it was good. Music is lovey, the mood is suitable for family and friends :). Will probably come back, for dogs!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Barb369 wrote a review Jan 2020
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Came across this by chance when walking through Falmouth, we decided to try it out as we have a dog and the tea room was dog friendly. Just wanted a quick stop for coffee and cake. Once inside we were seated immediately, the menus are a little confusing as we only wanted cake. They had a very busy morning and the cake selection was either lemon polenta or banana/salted caramel as they had sold out of the other options. We opted for the polenta cake and it was delicious.... little bit pricey at £4.50 a slice but very tasty! Would recommend to others, it’s worth a visit.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Daisymay wrote a review Aug 2019
Grampound, United Kingdom54 contributions40 helpful votes
Called in for a pre dining evening drink. Awesome range of gins, each with a comprehensive description. Very eclectic retro feel provides a great ambiance. Service friendly and knowledgeable. Highly recommended venue for gin, tea and light meals. Looking forward to return for the Tapas menu. On this occasion we went for the marinated olives and spiced nuts as nibbles. Simple nibbles but the best olives and nuts we have ever tasted. If you are ever in Falmouth, Dolly’s is a must do place to visit.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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