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The Picket Fence & Garden Tearoom

103 Kings Highway East
Haddonfield, NJ
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Sun 12:00pm - 3:30pm
Mon 11:00am - 3:30pm
Tue 11:00am - 3:30pm
Wed 11:00am - 3:30pm
Thu 11:00am - 3:30pm
Fri 11:00am - 3:30pm
Sat 11:00am - 3:30pm


New Owner as of September 1st

The Picket Fence & Garden Tea Room is a unique tea shop that offers uniques gifts. When you walk thru the picket fence and into the tearoom its like walking into a garden. Peaceful and tranquil. Come visit us and relax! Enjoy our afternoon tea or our scrumptious waldrof salad or try one of our homemade scones with devonshire cream and jam. We serve delicious homeade pies in the tearoom to eat. Also, you can pre-order pies to take home, baked or unbaked. The atmosphere is very casual and relaxing.

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We just had a surprise shower for my daughter today. WOW! The presentation was beautiful. The scones were the best we ever had. Homemade and moist. The mini desserts were delicious! The staff was very nice. They couldn't do enough for us. We have been there many times before. We are regulars and love the food. That's shy we had the shower there. I tell everyone go there. I see some of the reviews don't even believe it.

- Karen Moscatti 03/22/14

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The mother and daughter team were down right rude and quite frankly obnoxios at best. Food was poor quality. Tea was cold. I took my mother for her birthday. What a disappointment! Save your money and go to another tea house that will appreciate your hard earned money.

- Dina from South Jersey 11/25/13

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Unfortunately, this is where I took my mother to tea. The abruptness I received when making my reservation continued throughout the service. We weren't taken to the table, it was pointed out to us. Our tier of assorted tea sandwiches arrived, and without a luncheon dish, we had to eat off the tiered plate. The food was mediocre at best. The tea sandwiches appeared as if made by a child, cut unevenly with only half of the crust properly removed. the bread was cold obviously made and refrigerated ahead of time. Not an enjoyable experience.

- Linda Yearly 10/12/13

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The tea tea was delicious. I tried this place because of location. I love tea rooms. This is a make-shift tea room. You can see the toaster oven, open coke cans and loose tea in Rubbermaid containers in the back room. Not professional. The owner and daughter wear jeans and t-shirts and don't appear to have a fine knowledge of proper tea time. Plastic table cloths and a little boom box in the corner is not a tea room. It was a bit cheesy and unprofessional. I won't return to the tea room but I would stop in briefly to purchase the tea I drank. I looked online and found it there as well so I may save myself the trip. If this were just a shop I'd have nothing to say about it. However when posing yourself as a tea room a little research and etiquette will go a long way. In another review here ... (more)

- Rachael 08/01/13

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Wow!!!! What a wonderful experience!
The food was so good. The staff was so nice and friendly. The scones were to dye for. They are homemade. We will be back. It was such a pleasant relaxing time. we had so much fun. We are bringing our friends back. thank you so much! You guys do a great job making us feel welcome like part of the family.

- D . connelly 12/11/12

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DO NOT GO for tea, just gift shop. This is the second time I've been here with my mother-in-law (an amazing woman) & the second AWFUL experience. We waited 1 year in between experiences. When we came in, the owner asked if we had a reservation cause they were busy (no one was sitting at a table). I gave her my name, the time, & #of people in party. She said, I don't have your reservation & I said well I called on Tuesday. She actually asked, who did you talk to? And then, proceeded to act doubtful. With an empty tearoom & only one table set for approximately a party of 6, she proceeded to seat us in the worst possible spot in the way of the kitchen/bathroom entrance. We asked advice on teas & were encourage to try new ones. Fine, but when my mother-in-law asked to switch her tea be... (more)

- S 11/23/12

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We tryed to find your reservation and just at that moment we couldnt find it. We did find it later. We always ask do you remember who you talked to so we could ask that person. There was no doubt in any way. As for the cream and jam. we gladly filled that for you. There is not enough for a larger container on the table. We do the best we can for our guests. any table is great. We seat according to reservation. Again we try to help our guests out as much as possible. We try to be very knowable for guests.
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This is a charming tea room that I discovered with my tea group, Victorian Ladies Tea Society of Philadelphia, have visted in the past. I have to agree with the statements made about children knowing how to behave, and going to a tea room is the perfect place to start. The adults that were there should have been paying attention to what the children were doing and redirect their behavior, not get huffy because they don't want their handpainted walls defaced. We had a 5 year old boy in our group and his mother monitored his behavior the whole time and it was a plesure to have him with us. If there were too many children for number of adults, perhaps a few parents could have been asked to help chaperone. We love to blame kids bad behavior on 'those people' as if 'they' are the only ones who misbehave, when in fact that is not true at all.

- Rachel Garber 10/01/12