Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Meadowlark Tea Room

Delicious foods at the Meadowlark Tea Room

Here are the additional details I promised about the Meadowlark Tea Room.  We'll start with the food, of course!  I chose the Linnet tea and the DH selected the Robin Redbreast.  Menu found here.  Delicious all around!  The scones were just as I remembered them from being in London:  not overly sweet, perfect with a dab of jam and cream. 

Sharon offers a nice menu of tea selections.  Since she's from Britain, we got into the spirit of things.  Tom had PG Tips and I had Yorkshire Gold. With milk, of course. 
The tea room is well appointed and decorated in royal blue and white.  Plenty of elbow room at each table gives space for the three-tiered serving tray along with your cups and saucers. 

Antiques and more

When you've finished tea, you can browse through the antique mall. 

The best part of this experience was meeting Sharon and learning her tea room story.  I wish her and the staff the best of luck in this endeavor.

4 comments:

Angela McRae said...

What a great find -- and of course to finish up with a little antiquing is just my cup of you-know-what!

P.S. Finished "Tea Reader" last night and LOVED it! You must be so pleased to be part of such a great collection!

parTea lady said...

The Meadowlark Tea Room looks lovely. The blue color scheme is relaxing and the food looks delicious. I love that they have an antique mall too.

Marilyn said...

Thanks for sharing Meadowlark Tea Room. It is the same location that use to be Carnelian Rose Tea Room. I really must go exploring soon. What would be better than tea and antiques too.

Colleen said...

oh my... that looks and sounds delicious! and antique shopping too... oh my