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The Roswell Teahouse

108 Magnolia Street | Historic Roswell, GA
770-643-5813 | Email | Website | Hours
The Roswell Teahouse is a 'Wellness Teahouse'
Chef/Owner Carine Bourgeois prepares daily wholesome foods with the best possible ingredients, including Organic when available.
Tea classes, Local Artist Shows etc.
The Roswell Teahouse is also the perfect setting for your next party!


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This place had no charm. The food was lacking and skimpy. Even the service was lacking. I would not recommend or revisit this tea house.

- linda Porterfield Apr 28th '15

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I took my granddaughter there in July. I was shocked. This is a cafe that has tea offerings. Nothing about this says High Tea! Great for lunch, but don't go expecting a traditional Southern Tea Room.

- Darlene Griffin Nov 29th '14

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I took my mom here for her 88th birthday and I was pleasantly surprised! I eat mainly plant-based and I really expected to go hungry but the lunch selections were outstanding! I had a bowl with quinoa soybeans, and veggies in a beautiful curry sauce. the teas were extensive and there were many that were herbal. I really liked the combinations of teas they offered that increased energy and happiness!
I will definitely come back!

- Susan Jul 20th '14

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Huge selection of teas. Very badly run. There were 5 gals and we rarely saw them. I finally had to get up and search out someone to fill my pot of tea. Not one memorable item of food. Way overpriced for what you got. Won't be back.

- Angie Capriotti Jul 7th '14

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I went there for my birthday, and I couldn't have been more disappointed. I paid $22.00 for my 3 tier server. It was one slice of bread, with just a quick spread of chicken salad, pimento, the other spread I couldn't identify, and one quarter of the slice of bread were 2 slice of cucumber. It was so noisy that we could not hold a conversation. No tablecloth but burlap dirty placements, also paper napkins were used. I can't believe that this place is called a tea house. It was horrible...I think this should be called a truck stop rather than a tea room.

- Vicki Jun 28th '14



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