Food is absolutely delicious! From wonderful soups like Mulligatawny Stew and a Chilled Strawberry Soup to Entrees such as British delights like Ploughman' lunch, Farmer's lunch and my favorite the Cumberland Crumpet Melt. A full array of cakes, pies and bars/squares are offered. Everything is homemade and the service is always impeccable. Tea is served the British way (always loose tea). Their afternoon tea and Windor tea are both delicious. The curried chicken finger sandwich which comes with the Afternoon Tea and Windsor Tea is so delicious! I also love the smoked salmon and watercress finger sandwich. Scones are served hot with cream and preserves. The atmosphere is charming. It is an intimate atmosphere so you will sit close to other tables but that is also part of the charm and you may leave having made another acquaintance. The wood-paneled walls and fireplace add to the beautiful setting in the old carriage house (c. 1740) and there is a table always displaying the homemade cakes, pies and other desserts which means that we always have to order dessert. I visit this tearoom especially when I need a peaceful getaway and the tearoom always delivers a peaceful, charming setting.