Visiting Norwich for the first time, exploring is an enjoyable pastime, if not a tiring on.
I don't know what caught our eye first? The reassuring quaintness of the place, a window to a bygone era? Maybe it was the cakes on display, crying for our attention? Sometimes you know, a gut feeling, that this the place for a pit-stop.
A delightfull tea-room. Pleasant, friendly, reserved staff served us with a hint of Victorian manner. We only had tea and a wedge of cake, ( the size that could hold a sturdy door open!). However the cake was light, flavoursome, with a large hint of, " I shouldn't really be eating this!"
Saw other dishes coming out, breakfast's/ sandwiches etc, all of a very high standard.
Decor was pleasing to the eye. Tables nicely spaced out. Restrooms/Toilets, very clean.
An exceptional tea-room.
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