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Hathaway Tea Rooms has been a family business since 1971. The building itself dates back to 1610 and has actually been used as a restaurant since 1931. Upon entering the tea rooms, you are first greeted with a quaint bakery containing delicious-looking cakes, all of which are baked on the premises. Carry on through the narrow passageway to the first tea room, which welcomes smokers, or take the little wooden steps up to the next floor to the non-smoking tea room. The menus in both rooms contain a selection of delicacies including a Hathaway traditional breakfast, a special Hathaway rarebit, or a very tempting Stratford cream tea. There is also a selection of main meals, light snacks and sweets available at all times, all with a definite English flavor.
This popular and cheerful café promises to serve you with good food as fast as they can. There is an amiable feel to the place with a simple décor of painted white bricks and beamed ceilings. There is loads of room to spread out with the daily papers provided gratis during your short wait Home made soups, quiche, lasagne as well as veggie choices and fresh herbs are the order of the day with tempting desserts such as pecan pie and passion cake to follow. The Deli Cafe is especially popular for its great breakfast menu, and also has a good selection of vegetarian options.
The award-wining restaurant- The Bluebell definitely lives up to its fame by being the perfect choice for a morning coffee, breakfast, lunch, evening tea or dinner. Located on High Street, this charming restaurant has an impressive menu on offer. Right from traditional soups, classic burgers and steaks, fish and chips, mac 'n' cheese, tapas and gnocchi to delectable Sunday roasts featuring roast sirloin and free range pork, there is something here for everyone. For the holidays, festive menus and scrumptious desserts allure hoards of guests. To cleanse the palate, an exhaustive menu of wines and spirits seem perfect. You can also enjoy an elegant afternoon tea here with a fine selection of sweet and savory tea snacks. Perfect for all occasions, impeccable service at modest prices makes this restaurant a treat for all. They also host various events and concerts.
Thomas Oken Tea Rooms is ideally located in the ancient town of Warwick. Set against a beautiful Tudor palace wall, it was launched more than 500 years ago. Today, Thomas Oken Tea Rooms serves an array of hot and cold, always refreshing teas to rejuvenate your senses and calm your stressed souls. The environment and ambiance here remains quirky yet friendly and you get to sip on your favorite tea in a traditional setting and enjoy the delectable fare.
At the front of this café is a shop that is stocked with hundreds of teapots in every imaginable shape. Whether it's a teapot in the shape of a motor bike or a trolley bus, you'll find it here! To go with the pots is a choice of more than 20 types of teas, either sold loose or in gift packs. You can also buy coffee and coffee beans here. The tearoom itself, at the back of the shop, is renowned for its fine teas, coffees and tempting snacks. On a warm summer's day, serious sampling in the continental-styled garden is highly recommended.