I've never had a meal here that wasn't beyond excellent (and I've been here quite a few times)! Love the small muffins and house tea as well as the quiches and specials. Would recommend in a heartbeat!
Since I've been wanting to visit for several months, I REALLY wanted to like this tearoom. Sadly, I didn't. I had a similar experience that the previous reviewer had, but instead of a small group, there were only 2 of us. We ordered 2 scones. They were out of raspberry so we got cherry. Very, very small (2' in diameter) & definitely not worth the cost of each. In addition, they were also out of clotted cream for the scones. We also made the unfortunate mistake of ordering 'roast beef and vegetable' soup as an appetizer. It was definitely a can of Campbell's soup, a bargain at 4.00. Not! More bad news: They were out of Shepherd's Pie, so I ordered an English version of a steak & mushroom pattie. Who wants to go out to eat only to see the cook take out a frozen-solid, packaged entree from the freezer (that was in full view of the dining room)? On top of that, there was a 50-minute wait before it was served! How this tearoom is rated #14 out of 151 in Texas is totally beyond me.
This tearoom was an absolutely wonderful experience during the most beautiful time of year, Fall. I would highly recommend the Apple Cheddar Quiche, Irish Stew, Curried Vermont Apple Soup, and of course the scones with jam & Devonshire cream along with the hot tea of your choice. It was so good that we made a return trip back 3 days later. Sadly on that particular day, the quiche had sold out the day before and was not available. If you like tea-related items, the gift shop has an extensive variety. I would recommend that a cookbook be written for purchase. I would have bought one for myself as well as about 6 more as Christmas gifts for my friends.