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User's reviews

  • Camellia Tea Room


    My friend and I enjoyed the quiet of this tea room (we were the only ones there for most of our visit.) However, we were very disappointed in the lack of food and the way the tea was prepared. An abundance of leaves were left in the pot, thus creating a mess, even when strained. My green tea also became so bitter after one cup that it was undrinkable. The scones were good, though tiny, and there were no savories, etc. Just scone, finger sandwiches,cookie,very tart lemon dessert for $20. No extra touches at all. Cute location, but not one of my favorite places I have been for tea.

  • Captain's Cottage


    Although it's true that this tea room is in a quaint old house, the very limited menu and food quality would keep me from returning. Because there is no real kitchen, there is no variety of items available. Cheese spread on crackers does not suffice as an hors d'oeuvre.

    Tearoom response:

    Melanie, we completely updated our menu in January of 2008, so that a consistent, high-quality service would be our trademark. No cheese and crackers here. I'm sincerely sorry that you won't return. Please look at the other recent reviews for confirmation of our well-received updates.

  • The Garden Court


    What a shame that this gorgeous setting houses such a poor afternoon tea experience. We were so excited to come here and in awe of the beautiful atrium, but when we arrived, we were seated at a table that already had our tea stand on it with the food already on it. (There are no choices here) Needless to say, the sandwiches were dry and becoming stale. After 15 minutes of trying to flag down a server and nibbling on our food without our tea, we were finally given Earl Grey tea which is not one of my favorites. It was not piping hot, and no refill to our pot was ever offered. The prices are outrageous, especially for this kind of quality. Sadly, we won't be back.

  • August Tea Room


    I found this tearoom to be a contrast of good and bad. First, the good: It is decorated very nicely and located in the back of a country store with cute items for sale. Lety is very friendly and interactive with the guests. The sandwiches were fresh & the artichoke cream cheese savory was very good, though I did not care for the other 2 savories. Items needing improvement: While there was a good selection of tea, they were made with the leaves left in the pot and hot water added later to stretch it out. Since mine was a green tea, this resulted in subsequent cups that were weaker in flavor, yet bitter, since green tea turns bitter if allowed to steep too long. Also, the leaves clogged the spout and several ladies at our table forgot to use their strainers, which resulted in a ruined cup. The chocolate raspberry dessert was very good, but the cream puff was a very dry pastry. All in all, a good effort, but some refinement needed in tea preparation. P.S. The info. on the front cover is incorrect, all teas are not prepared at the same temperature of 180 degrees. :)

  • The Tuck Box


    I had so looked forward to having tea here, but was sadly disappointed. It really is not a tearoom at all, but a breakfast cafe. The tea choice was limited and poorly prepared. There is NOTHING elegant, fine, relaxing or unique about it. Even the tattooed servers were distant and unfriendly. What a shame that this place has become what it has.

  • The English Rose Tea Room and Gifts


    I have visited over 20 tearooms in my travels, and this one was ordinary. The shop is very cute, but extremely cluttered, small and crowded. Our table for 4 was so small that we couldn't fit everything on it and had to only get 2 pots of tea. The service and food were ok, but nothing out of the ordinary.