TeaGO

TeaGO
OUR NEW APP

Download on App Store Get it on Google Play
Login or Register

Jennifer   

User's reviews

  • Vintage Tea Leaf

    

    Visting from FL, I was trying to squeeze in as many tearooms as possible. I found this one as they were close to closing time but they said there was time for tea and scones. It was such a great victorian setting, complete with wingback chairs, long tablecloths, and period appropriate artwork. However, my scone was horrible - I couldn't finish it. I had the chilled berry soup which was decent, but not one of the best I've had. I am not a tearoom owner but I visit them whenever I can. The setting was perfect and I enjoyed my time there, but they should find a new scone recipe. Chado and The Tudor House are examples to follow in the scone department.

  • The Tudor House

    

    This was my first stop after flying into LA. They serve an excellent quiche and salad with wonderful scone completely my dinner. Tea was average since it was just form a bag, but service was friendly and very helpful. I was happy to have stopped here first after a long flight. It has an elegant feel with great window seats.

  • The Little Tea House

    

    While visiting the other coast last week-end my 7 year old daughter and I visited twice for delicious chicken salad, tea and scones with clotted cream. The rooms are small and cozy with items for sale. I found a beautiful tablecloth at a very reasonable price. The two women that own the tea room are friendly and accomodating. We try to find tea rooms while away and this one was good enough to go back 2 days later, despite knowing it is not the only one in the area.

  • The Enchanted Rose

    

    What a find! This was our first stop on our 'Tea Room Tour' of IL and MA. I took my daughter and her cousin and they had so much fun. We chose from a wide variety of teas and each was served and then kept warm with a tea cozy. The girls had animal shaped sanwiches, which they thought was pretty funny. While the menu isn't exactly gourmet for adults, it is perfect for young ladies being introduced to tea rooms. The owners are so friendly and accommodating - they let the girls dress up, took pictures with us and served enough deserts for everyone. Next time we are in town we will be visiting. They also sell loose leaf teas and are located in a great historic area perfect for spending an afternoon. Thank you for a lovely time!!

  • Walnut Room, Marshall Fields

    

    My daughter and I made this our 2nd stop in our of 'Tea Room Tour' of Illinos and Massachusetts. We found it by surpise as it wasn't yet on this website. The dining hall was beautiful, despite our being seated without a window view of which I later saw that many were available. As to the tea, it was properly served and quite good. However, the scones were extremely dry and hard. The sandwiches did not taste good to either of us, despite the variety. We had ordered one full tea and one with scones and fresh berries (those were fresh and wonderful.) Overall, it is a beautiful location (sit by a window for a great view of the city), but a little pricey for the quality and the fact that dirty dishes were never removed from the table as they were left to one end.