Just popped in on a wet and windy morning for tea and cake. The staff were charming, plenty of tea in a pot and absolutely fantastic lemon meringue pie! Thoroughly recommended.
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At first glance most would probably not try the place out, but, perciveir, it is well worth a visit. The Brunch is very good but the sweets in particular the Lemon Morange (I hope the spelling is correct) is to die for.
This was our first visit, and based on our experience it will certainly not be our last. Excellent service (provided by Stefani), Tasty well presented food, a friendly atmosphere and excellent value for money. Without any hesitation whatsoever we will recommend this well run establishment...More
I visit the Baytree regularly and normally the food is great and the service is outstanding. However, I brought a cake this week and it was not only horribly dry I noticed that the use by date had been changed!!! I would have taken it...More
Tried to get into Lilly's to start with. Didn't fancy an hour wait so looked around and stumbled upon the Baytree. A friendly welcome and a wide food choice followed. I had the brunch and my partner had homemade Quiche Lorraine. The service was spot...More
Not easy to find, it is at the back of Bay Tree Walk in Wickham Square. All the food is home made and really good. Great soup and I had the largest piece of Lemon Meringue Pie I have ever seen for desert. Service was...More
Had lunch here on a visit to lovely Wickham. Food was really tasty and good portions. Cake selection was amazing and they all looked so good. Staff were very friendly, all in all a great little place.
I hadn't been here for at least a year, menu options seemed much smaller. My tea was far too strong as if twice the amount of leaves had been used. Gone are the quality card menus to be replaced by a laminated A4 sheet. My...More
Visited last weekend three times. On first visit had the full breakfast and my partner had the eggs benedict. Both were excellent and the coffee was the best I have tasted in a long time. The next day we went back and I had a...More