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User's reviews

  • Martha Green's Eating Room & Tea Room


    First off I want to say the customer service here from our server was EXCELLENT she was a doll. This is definitely a 'rustic tea' the tea selection we were given was 5 choices and the tea is served in mugs. Like stated though it is true to it's name and is rustic it is not your usual tea house as it doubles as a eating room. The do serve their food on a 3-tiered tray starting with a scone with fixings, 4 tea sandwiches (chicken curry salad, cucumber, egg salad in pita pocket & olive tapenade), last tier has 4 desserts (walnut bar, brownie, chocolate-dipped macaroon and lemon bar) the desserts really made the tea. We were also served veggie quiche and a chocolate parfait. The tea is served in a teapot with loose leaf tea but no heating element to keep it warm, this wasn't an issue though as the server was consistent but I did get a little bitter. For $20 the tea is a good value but if you are looking for a High Tea experience, this is not the place.

  • The Orange Blossom Cafe


    I've been to many tea rooms and I would rate this one as average. The tea is offered in bags on the table which is fine but there isn't much of a selection with most being herbal and green teas. I wouldn't say there is any artistry in the tea preparation as it's just warm water put in a pot and brought to the table. The water was not very hot and as it sits on the table of course it turns cold. I think implementing a tea cozt or a candlelight burner would be helpful. The food was alright but all of the sandwiches were open-faced. The scone was pretty good though and the lemon bar divine. The service was good and the attitude of the servers pleasant but it was also pretty slow. I think with just a few little changes this place is great.

  • Paris In A Cup


    This place is WONDERFUL! The food was very good my group had the Madame du Barry, we started with the Paris & Peach tea (both excellent) 2 scones one was chocolate chip and the other was sugar with all the fixings, we had a chicken salad dijon sandwich, apple & cheddar sandwich cut into the shape of an apple and a ham sandwich with red roasted pepper pineapple cream cheese spread. We received 3 little desserts one was a chocolate encased cake, a chocolate coffee cake and a cheesecake square. Our server Katie was a doll and the owner Cheryl was very gracious as well. I will definitely be back for more!

  • Tea House on Los Rios


    I was really hoping that this would be a wonderful experience, unfortunately it was average. The scone was really dry and the cream was ok. The Bourbon Street Vanilla Tea was very good and the service was nice.

  • Posh Peasant


    You must try this place it is wonderful. They gave us bruschetta right after we were seated (delicious). The blueberry scone was fresh and soft. I agree when you first get your plate it may seem small but I left full (I had the Tea Sampler). Kim is SUPER and has a very warm personality. I love the decor its very cozy and I'm sorry but I don't agree with Eve the flowers give the place the authentic feel it has. I will be back for more! P.S. Try the Tomato Bruschetta Soup. =)

  • Spring Tea Garden


    The ambiance was nice, there was a nice selection of tea sandwiches.

  • The Tudor House


    Very authentic British Tea, they can seat you without reservations and our waitress was a doll.

  • Two A Tea


    Me and 3 friends went today and it was absolutely wondeful! I have been to some of the other ranked tes parlors on the teamap and this actually should be #4 or even #3. The ambience is delightful and different, the food is plentiful and DELICIOUS! I had the Coconut Vanilla Tea and it was very nice and the butterscotch, golden raisin, coconut scone was TO DIE FOR, really good and I have had many a scone. Our server was very kind and helpful. I would definetly recommend Two A Tea and will for sure be coming back. Thanks so much!