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A charming, full service Tea House located on the Rogue River. Everything is made from scratch and there are over 50 World Class, loose leaf tea's, Tisane's and herbals to choose from. Come and enjoy an experience like none other, anywhere in this region... a scrumptious 6 course High Tea! Yes guys, you too will leave here satisfied.
Having been raised in Europe, (I am an Army brat) mostly France, Germany and the U.K until I was 18, I was exposed to some of best sausages ever and when I found out the Tea Pot on Wheels served imported from England Bangers I...More
We arrived 20 minutes to closing and they greeted us with warmth and willingness to seat us. Asked about the High Tea plates and was told that you gave to make the reservation online. Was disappointment but quickly recovered after seeing their Crepes dishes. You...More
We go here for breakfast from time to time. They are CLOSED on Sundays. The food is always consistently good and filling. I really like the view of the rolling Rogue River and there are plenty of seating that allows most people to view the...More
We had so much fun at High Tea last year, we came back for breakfast this year. What a selection! After our British lingo lesson-bangers, rashers, mash, squeeks-we ordered pancakes, scones, omelettes, french toast, eggs, toast, bangers, rashers, squeeks and of course tea and coffee!...More
Cozy little dining room (old remodeled home), great view of the Rogue River (IF you sit on the 'high' chairs around the edge of the room), quality food, wonderful waitress who saved us some money, and a really 'old time' atmosphere.
What a wonderful find! We booked a "High Tea" experience there and were treated to fabulous teas from a huge selection of loose leaf teas, and a multi-course meal over 90 minutes. The experience and setting was fabulous along the river. Their scones were to...More