We visited this very different,tea room/ art gallery,on a Voucher,it cost just£12.00 for both of us! Now,be warned,if you are disabled,it is not for wheelchair users,but taking it slowly,I managed the four flights of stairs to get there!It was well worth the effort! We were seated on lovely comfy sofas and chairs,with a panoramic view of the river,white swans bobbing on the water were really picture worthy! We were served very quickly with a generous tea pot of tea and after not too long our food arrived. Served on a traditional cake stand,with sandwiches on the bottom,cakes in the middle and scones and cream and jam on top. Your typical afternoon tea! My husband was served with a separate plate of vegetarian sandwiches. My selection,was smoked salmon and cream cheese,chopped ham and mustard,egg and mayonnaise ,in various breads,obviously freshly made,served personally by the chef! The scones were equally fresh and really lovely,and the cakes were coffee and walnut,lemon drizzle,chocolate brownie. Delicious! It was very relaxing,with good friendly service,one could also meander round the copious amount of surprisingly good work! Which made this a very pleasant Sunday afternoon. I would heartily recommend that you give it a try. There are lots of other selections,but you need to book afternoon tea in advance.
They also have music,book clubs etc. So a very " happening" place
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