Good quality ice cream. But very Small scoop Only Wafer cones available. Not cheap. Friendly staff. But prefer being served by people wearing disposable gloves. Overall disappointed.
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Greasy, food-stained menus, dirty tablecloths, unswept floors, dust-covered plastic flowers on dirty windowsills, a half-dead flower in a grubby jar on the table, all of this in the seating area at the front of the building. The toilets needed a good clean too.
We first visited here a few years ago and were pleased to find it again this week. It was a lovely summer afternoon so we were able to sit in the garden, which is a treat in itself if you like gardens. The hanging baskets...More
To say you have eaten in one of the oldest tearooms in England you can boast the fact with this one. Parts of it date back to the 13.century it was also the court house for some time as well. There is a official plaque...More
Three of us had scones and tea here a couple of days ago. The food was OK but overall the place seemed run down. We asked the waitress about the history of the building but she knew nothing about it and handed us a really...More
Stopped here for breakfast during a visit to Christchurch, the owner was very friendly and bought us a bowl of water for the dog as soon as we sat down. Tea came first in a proper pot, and teacups has saucers and doylies, nice and...More
Came back here for the delicious Dorset Apple Cake. However, I was surprised to see how dirty the wipe clean menu's were, the doors and toilet also needed a good clean which does not bode well for the hygiene elsewhere. Such a shame. I did...More
My wife and I had a very enjoyable afternoon snack on a beautiful sunny day in Christchurch. My wife had a ham & cheese toastie with a side salad and I had a Gammon Ham with French Brie and Mango Chutney baguette; both were delicious....More
I recall when this building was simply an old fashioned perfumery. I was on a brief memory lane visit to Christchurch and I was intrigued so went in for a lunchtime snack. The ambience and historic atmosphere of this significant building is still there and...More