This place is quaint by name and quaint by nature. We entered on a cold December Sunday to a roaring real fire and quaint old fashioned servitude. Our menu offered the usual teashop choices. We plumped for tea and cheese scones...by were told the scones were off, so instead chose toasted sandwiches.
The tea was severed in a nice pot with china cups and I swear the toasted sandwiches where made in a 1970's style breville style toaster!
The teashop is served by a lovely lady who takes great delight in providing you her her levels of service. Unfortunately, when the place is full, her service takes rather a long time...so go enjoy a leisurely afternoon tea...the prices are very reasonable for this basic product offering...
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