We’ve been coming here for several years and started bringing our dog Otto from being a pup. Food always excellent, fab staff and so doggy friendly! You must visit!
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called in on a dismal grey day. we were warmly greeted and shown table. nice log fire burning. ordered coffee and a sandwich for both of us. server was very courtious. food was freshly prepared and delicious. would recomend to any who is passing, loads...More
We were staying at the Lord Crewe Arms and following a nice big walk along the river Derwent decided that a spot of lunch was needed so headed to this Tearoom we both had a soup and a roll which was tasty and they make...More
Arrive too late for lunch (as our meal was booked fairly earlier) but we popped in and ended up having a sandwich - lovely thick bread!!! Didn’t have a cake but they all looked fresh and home baked and delicious. Bought a couple of Christmas...More
My wife and I go to the White Monk Tearoom about twice a year and it is always warm, friendly and welcoming. I had a bacon, brie and cranberry toasted torpedo with a milky coffee and my wife had a cheese and onion toastie and...More
Called in for tea and cake early one afternoon. Warm and cosy tea room, centrally located in lovely village. Waitress wasn't particularly welcoming, the slices of cake we had were all a bit on the dry side, we also ordered 3 teas, they came in...More
A lovely welcome from friendly staff and a cosy log burner makes for good first impressions. Service was efficient and pleasant and the sandwiches were delicious and generously filled. Finished off with coffee and walnut cake which unfortunately was bordering on dry. Otherwise a lovely...More
Staying at the Lord Crewe Arms and walking with our dog, we were tempted by this delightful looking tea room. We weren’t disappointed. Firstly we, and the dog, were made to feel very welcome and most importantly afternoon tea was fantastic with delicious sandwiches and...More
A good place to stop for coffee or lunch. Not sure whether the food was that good. Nevertheless, this tearoom is a most valuable stopping place before or after a good walk. Some interesting boards setting out the centuries of history for this village.