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Tracey Sanderson  

User's reviews

  • The Tea Cart


    This tea shop offers several different levels of tea service. We had The Royal Ascot. It was a lot of food, but everything was wonderful. The meal starts with soup, followed by a mini pie, then the 3-tier tray. We had as much tea as we wished to drink. The servers were in adorable outfits and everyone was very friendly. The shops interior is also very charming.

  • Serenity Tearoom & Fine Dining


    My daughters and I enjoyed tea at Serenity about 10 years ago and I was very excited when I had the opportunity to return. The location has changed and isn't as quaint as its previous home. We were a large group and it took us a little while to be seated, but it took over an hour from the time we were seated before we received our food. The food was wonderful, and there was a large tea selection. We did initially received our tea selection choices when we were seated, but were not offered a second round of tea until after our tea tower was finished. Keep in mind it took so long to get our food that our tea was gone before the food ever arrived. We did patronize Serenity on Valentine's Day and I know they had a large event that evening, but I was still surprised by the experience. The wait staff was very friendly on the few occasions we saw them.

  • Willy's Emporium


    This tea room reopened in August 2016. It is at the same location, but is now called The English Tose Tea Room. The food is fabulous! The tea room is very much like the British Home Shopee which existed in downtown C/S before it was bought out by a new owner. They offer a full tea for $20, or smaller options if you don't want a full tea. The only tea selection is PG Tips, but this is because they are about having an authentic British tea experience.

  • The British Home Shoppe


    The British Home Shoppe no longer serves a tea.

  • Yellow Mountain tea house


    Very authentic Chinese tea experience. The owner is extremely knowledgable. Very happy we discovered it.

  • Silver Tips Tea Room


    Great selection of tea. Food was very tasty, although not a typical afternoon tea. Their afternoon tea is only two courses (sandwiches and scones or sandwiches and dessert). The waitstaff was friendly, but seemed a little too busy to be attentive. They had many menu options in addition to afternoon tea. I would return.

  • The Village TeaRoom


    My daughter and I had tea here in May. The building is situated in amongst local shops. The prices were average for an afternoon tea. We had a nice experience except I was somewhat disappointed with the food. The food seemed very dry and we didn't finish our food because it was so dry. This is a nice location to sit and relax over a cup of tea and the tea selections were good although I was surprised they didn't refresh our tea when we emptied our pots. They only added water to the existing leaves, so after a while there wasn't much flavor to the tea.

  • Bully Blends Coffee & Tea Shop


    Bully Blends was bought out by a coffee shop and they do not have a tea service.

  • The House of Commons


    My daughters and I always enjoy our tea experience at The House of Commons. We don't get to visit often because we live in SD, but the food is fantastic and the tea selection is wonderful.