I visited recently and can't say I was made to feel welcome. The food was ok although the cake was quite dry. One busy and not very clean toilet. Won't be back.
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Just popped in for a pot of tea on a sunny day and were able to sit at one of the outside tables to watch the world go by, the position by the lock is lovely. The service and tea were excellent. The food being...More
After walking past this tea rooms several times, we decided to give it a go and we were certainly not let down. We popped in on a sunny afternoon for some drinks and ice cream and not only was it delicious, but the building and...More
Visited with a friend for some lunch before a summers day walk. Service was very slow. The tea rooms are very small and stuffed full of items. Food was very nice - ordered a toastie which was lovely and had homemade cake after which was...More
We called in for tea and a light snack prior to walking along the river Trent. The service was fairly prompt and the Tea served tasted great. The toasties were made using granary bread and were properly filled. I had an interesting type of chutney...More
We went twice this week. Just for breakfast cobs, and then sandwiches. It's tremendous. Fascinating interior, with dozens of jugs hanging from the ceiling, lots of photos, models of canal boats, tobacco tins.. And an extensive menu, with usual tea room stuff, and some extras...More
Excellent small tea room. Many home made cakes with fresh made snacks (hot and cold). Tea served in actual tea pots too. A little haven with both inside and outside seating.
We had a fun meeting / get together here at the tea rooms Saturday 14th January 2017 8 of us showed up and had A lovely couple of hours personally mine was added with a pot of tea ( and extra hot water to have...More