We went into the tearoom after a freezing cold walk on the prom. The place was warm, friendly and very welcoming. The cream tea was amazing. Very quirky inside.
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We had heard good reports about the Barge Tearooms and seeking refuge from bitterly cold easterly winds were not disappointed. A friendly welcome, lovely décor and a wonderful choice of generously sized cakes. A very good range of vegan options. We will return.
This is the second time we have visited these lovely tea rooms, it was a very cold day last Sunday and we decided to have lunch on the boat. We had a delicious tomato and basil soup which was homemade with delicious bread. The setting...More
We decided to pop along t0 the newly renovated Barge Tea Rooms that are now housed on The Resourceful. What a transformation. Last November they moved to their new permanent home located at Cooks Yard, just at the end of the quay, before you get...More
Visited today after booking ahead for afternoon tea. What arrived on our table was fantastic! Huge choice of sandwiches and cakes! The tearoom itself is lovely, and on a freezing cold winters day like today, very toastie and warm with a lovely view of the...More
We had breakfast here today after a brief walk along the prom. We found the room upstairs quite basic chairs not very comfortable, plastic table covers, but clean. Breakfast on the menu was only available in a bap but we asked to have the usual...More
Charming tearoom inside a genuine old Thames Barge. Friendly staff. Plenty of room upstairs below decks and on deck if it is warm enough. Light lunches and cakes as well as tea and coffee etc. available. Available to hire for private functions too.
We always stopped here in winter months after our Maldon walk and wished the barge was open in the summer. Now our wish is fulfilled with all the year round catering. The pepper and carrot soup today was delicious and my husband loved his panini....More