This was our first time and we had been meaning to try for a while. Both the tea room and restaurant are really cute and old fashioned looking with the details on the ceiling. We came for dinner. The biscuit and bread basket was great. For the appetizer we got the onion soup. It tasted nice and fresh and the broth was very tasty. For the meal we got the beef bourgeon, which was really good and the salmon in the lemon white wine and garlic sauce with a feta and spinach orzo and carrots. The fish was delicious, the orzo and the carrots were good. For dessert we tried the chocolate moose and it was delicious! Tasted homemade. The con was, despite a quit evening, the food took time in between to come out. Most of everything was hot, except the carrots which were only lukewarm. That was a disappointment, but our waiter was nice and we will definitely be back for tea and brunch!
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