This is a cafe/lunch restaurant/teapot museum/china store all in one grand old house in the Leura village. The 3000 teapots that are on display add to the ambience and it is worth while inspecting them at close quarters. The service is somewhat erratic, but when you catch the attention of the waiter, all goes well. We had mushroom soup, pumpkin soup and the hamburger, all of which were well priced and good to eat. The almond and orange cake afterwards was also a delight. We thought that the prices were reasonable. What did mar the event was how long it took to pay the bill at the end. It must have taken the cashier a full 10 minutes to calculate then process a credit card booking and a small purchase from the china store, so you may want to leave plenty of time for dealing with the bill. A tip - this is not for children - there is too much china around at close quarters to visitors!
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