This is a bit tucked away but well worth finding. The coffee and food were very good and the whole place felt cosy, warm and inviting.
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We found a good choice of traditional hot meals, lighter lunches and snacks. The portions were substantial and the vegetables, carrots and cabbage all freshly cooked to perfection. We resisted the cakes and desserts as we were there for lunch but they looked tempting too!...More
we called into the tearoom in august for breakfast,what a lovely place, good food,clean the young lady was very polite, when we visit Bridgnorth we will be going there again
Visited on a busy Saturday lunchtime but found a table and we were soon attended to. Good selection of hot and cold food, including a choice of three soups and traditional cooked lunch dishes. My husband had a generous portion of steak pie with vegetables...More
The café is much nicer, and larger, inside than it looks from the outside. The staff weren't overly friendly or welcoming however the food was tasty and we were glad we hadn't gone into Costa across the road!
While on a driving tour of Bridgnorth, we stopped at the Castle Tea Rooms for a coffee break. The coffee was hot and good. The cream tea was very good although the scone was a bit dry. Staff was very pleasant.
Food was good and the staff very friendly. The cheesy garlic bread was enjoyed by our friends as was the jacket potato.
Have been to the caste tea rooms on many occasions, and would normally rate it 5 star, but on this visit on Easter Saturday, service was very slow, tables were slow to be cleared, and although the cakes and drinks were great, a wait of...More