Although the Rolling Pin is quaint and the food very fresh, the service is disgraceful- rudeness with a smile as opposed to service with a smile. I meeting my friend and her 4yr old daughter for lunch. Before I even GOT there, the waitress repeatedly told my friend that she would have to give up her table if I didn't arrive soon. I arrived 6 mins later luckily. My poor friend couldn't even order and enjoy a cup of tea while she waited for me. Then they rushed us along , brought the check , tried twice to clear our food while we were eating! I was embarressed infront of friend as I had recommended the place. A tea room? Not even close! It's a diner with scones.