Lovely little place - really cosy, super friendly service and delicious food! They even made a little birthday muffin for my fiancé! Highly recommended!
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Enjoyed lunch here last week. Delightful food, excellent service and wonderful olde worlde atmosphere. I could almost imagine a Victorian lady appearing any minute dressed in her crinoline, poke bonnet and carrying her parasol! Full of elegance from a by-gone age. Delightful old-fashioned china plates,...More
Found this little gem by accident and what a hidden little gem it is .. the pea & ham soup was to die for ...it was delicious as was the cakes...it was good home cooked food and that's what I look for when eating out..if...More
We were travelling from london to visit a friend nearby and wanted somewhere different for lunch. We’d booked in advance for afternoon tea and were really impressed by this spot. The staff were helpful and accommodating to our requests and the food good.
My friend took me here for a birthday treat .... and I was not dissapointed. The decor is antique and elegant. The menu is small but tastefully chosen. Everything comes on proper china including a teapot! Cloth serviettes and wonderful cream teas. The ambience is...More
It is like stepping back in time and doesn't fail to disappoint when I visit each time. The staff are incredibly friendly and the atmosphere and surroundings are all part of an extremely unique experience. I have had the cheese/cream tea on each visit and...More
We were served by the most sweetest waitress who could not do enough for us. A delightful pot of Earl Grey tea along with two warm fruit scones and served with strawberry jam and thick cream. Will definitely go again when I am next in...More