Lovely service and pleasant staff ( no idea how we will manage if they don't stay in uk) We come from near Lyme Regis and found the price at the Victoria tea rooms very very reasonable
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Visited for a hot drink. Hot chocolate was delicious but £2.50 for a small cup was a little over riced. No other café on the pier was open.
This cafe interior is absolutely wonderful with chandeliers. I would think they could do better coffee with a proper coffee machine, as for £2.50 it comes from a machine which can't produce good cappuccinos, why they can't do it properly in such a nice location...More
previously visited this tea room with my mother and aunt some years back and had fond memories. Returned with my aunt and daughter few days ago wanting my daughter to experience the delights of a few years ago. have to say extremely disappointed with new...More
Whilst visiting the pier we stopped here for a coffee. This is a very quaint little place. The atmosphere is very friendly and the prices seemed to be reasonable. Found the coffee to be of a good flavour. Often I find coffee can be very...More
We went here twice on our weekend away. A true victorian tea room service cream teas and cake. An excellent cup of tea. Based on Eastbourne pier a really nice place for tea and cake. Staff also very good.
It was all a bit second rate. I had such high hopes for what could have been a quintessential English tea room, but alas it fell well short. The four of us had the afternoon tea and the waitress took our order efficiently and politely....More
We visited this Victorian Tea Room for the second time, the first being last year. Situated on the Pier, it specialises in, indeed only serves, traditional Afternoon Teas and associated products; sandwiches, scones, cakes.... However, this tea room does not really take into account, or...More
We had a Victorian High Tea Party for 2 on Wednesday and it was so lovely, it was highlight of our trip to Eastbourne. Lovely food, lovely staff. The special touches like using proper tea leaves and a tea strainer just made the experience. The...More
Nice to have a tea room on the pier and it's very quirky looking from the outside, chandeliers, white linen, etc. But, once inside, it all looks a little grubby, including the waitress who had food stains all down her dress... We have the afternoon...More