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The Azalea House Cafe & Tea Room

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403 S Johnston St, Dallas, GA 30132, USA 770-505-3730 Suggest Changes

We are sorry but due to unfortunate circumstances; we are having to close as of April 17, 2009.

Recent reviews

    • A

      Anne Reed


      I'm really sad to see this tea room close. It was lovely. The tea was great. The food was fabulous. My mother-in-law loved to come here. We had my sister-in-law's baby shower here.

    • C



      I have been to this cafe/tea house several times since they have opened. I have never been disappointed. The owners, staff and chef are extremely friendly and willing to go the extra mile wit just about any request. I often bring my 17 month old daughter with me and they are great with her! The food is always good and the desserts are heavenly. I feel we are blessed to finally have a wonderful tea house in Dallas and I don't have to travel into Woodstock, Roswell, or Acworth everytime I want a nice tea experience.

    • C



      I went to the Azalea House Tea room for the 1st time a few days ago. This tearoom is located in a beautiful old-fashioned house. The decor was pleasant, and I sat in a room with a lot of windows and natural light. It was very peaceful. I sampled the pomegranate blueberry white tea, which was divine. I was disappointed in the limited selection of teas available, but what I had was perfectly brewed & served in a beautiful teapot with a wonderfully patterned cup & saucer. I've frequented several tea rooms so I noticed several areas that were perfect and several that could be improved upon. The dress of the servers (jeans and t-shirts) was not as professional as many tearooms, but the hostess and server were both perfectly friendly and pleasant. The corn chowder was good, but the strawberry scone was superb! I ordered the afternoon tea, and the fruit and dessert selections were wonderful. I cannot say enough good things about the desserts. However, the tea sandwiches were mediocre and without much variety (2 small ham sandwiches, 2 small chicken salad ones). I also felt that it was a little overpriced based on the area (as compared to other tearooms in the metro Atlanta area). All in all, I will likely stop back in for soup and some tea (and I'm not leaving without a scone!), but overall I much prefer Tea Leaves & Thyme or The Roswell Tearoom for the full afternoon tea based on menu selections and pricing.