The food here was obviously home made and every bite was delicious. There were two different soups, two different quiches, etc... The chicken salad was delightful with almonds, apple, and so on. We had wonderful hot and cold teas that were perfect, and the variety was nice. The little scones were like heaven on a plate, not dry and nasty like some people serve. The lemon curd you want to eat with a spoon. Service was very good and cheerful. Seems to be a lot of ""regulars"" because of the conversations we heard. Prices were very fair considering the quality of the foods served here. Actually maybe even a bit low being that most restaurants DO NOT cook this way. Only downside we could see is they are a bit small (about 40-50) but that is okay for a tea room I guess, and they are open only for lunch and reserved tea service. We will definitely frequent this place and will make a note if we have the tea service trays.
Pros: food really fresh and homemade very fair pricing cute gift shop
Cons: limited hours limited seating but still worth the visit