I love this place! TeaHaus is actually two shops combined. On one side I'd the cafe with a lovely assortment of nibbles. Amazing macaroons, and my personal favorites, the quickie English (which comes with an assortment of finger sandwiches, I reccomend the fig, a scone with in house made clotted cream and assortment of jams, and a dessert, either a macaroon or a petit four. All for an incredible reaonsable price of $10l and the scones plate, which includes two scones, clotted cream and an assortment of fruit spreads. On the other side is the tea shop, with a extremely wide variety of loose leaf teas. Everything from English breakfast to gunpowder green with everything in between! And the staff really knows their stuff. Theya re wonderfully helpful when making a choice among the tins. Loose leaf tea is available for purchase, along with a variety of tea accessories. And of course brewed tea is available as well. You may choose a small (perfect for one. I usually get two or three cups out of it) or large pot if you are in the mood to sit a while and maybe peruse one of the lovely coffee table books in the cafe. If you are in a hurry, you can snag a cup and be on your way. Personally, I've found only two downsides to TeaHous. First, their hours are a bit inconsistent and erratic. There are specific hours that food is available, and they don't align with the hours of operation. I find this confusing and have been disappointed (and hungry!) A few times. The other peevish thing is that you have to order your tea separate from your food. So you have to order food in the cafe, the scoot over to the shop to order tea. A minor inconvenience true, but an inconvenience all the same. The atmosphere is perfect in my opinion. Not stuffy, but you can still get a taste of formality if that is what you are looking for. Comfortable and clean. A sort of peaceful oasis in the bustle of downtown. I highly recommend a visit if you are in the area!