Came here with a small group for lunch. A small, quaint, enjoyable place. Everyone in the group enjoyed their selections. As it's a small tea room, it's best to arrive early because it does get crowded quickly.
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Visited here with my Mom and two Aunts. Very cute English tearoom with all the typical decor. We had the sampler plate which was excellent! Iced tea was a nice change and delicious. I would recommend reservations. We called and were told we didn't need...More
Make a reservation!!! This is a popular spot, and you would not want to be turned away, or made to wait an inordinate amount of time. Restaurant is small, but nicely appointed. You may find the decor a bit overwhelming...it features a little bit of...More
Ladies will love this place (and some guys too!). The food is excellent and the decorations are sooo cute. And everything is for sale. Lots of British items. And there is a life size poster of the Queen that you can have your picture taken...More
The food is wonderful fresh homemade and oh so tasty. I look forward to going with my friends to celebrate any occasion. It's real nice in the summer when the Snowbirds are gone.
We had a noon reservation for lunch and glad we came when we did! By 1230 the place was packed!! John introduced himself and talked to us about what was on the menu. Lunch was very good. The others had shepherd's pie while I had...More
This is a lovely small restaurant with the feel of old England and the food was served with a flare of beautiful tea cups, and English dishes. Food was good and varied. Prices were reasonable and they have many gift items from England on sale....More
Spur of the moment decision to visit this tea room close to my hometown. It was a day off of work, and my friend and I wanted to do something a little different. Although I have never been to a tearoom, my friend had several...More
The food is very good, nice selections, well prepared and presented. Polly and her husband are from the U.K., and the selections, preparation and taste belie the decades old belief that British food is not tasty. Polly's is more than tasty. Polly also "entertains" her...More
Before we were seated Tricia was trying to sell us her books. I have had shepherd's pie in England and the USA but this is the only restaurant where I had to eat it with a spoon--like soup--YUK! Cute decor but ....