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What our customers say:

“I live in Miami, but my husband and I went to your place for the first time last year during a family trip. Your place was one of the first stops. We will never forget your place because that first time in there was the most perfect moment in our special trip.  We come back every time we go to NC and it is always a funny, delicious and warming stay in there. Thanks for giving us the opportunity of having the most lovely memories at your place and know you will always be in a special part of our hearts. Sincerely and with a lot of gratitude”

Mr. &. Mrs. Vazquez

Welcome to the Olde English Tea Room! This is the perfect place to catch up with your family or friends while enjoying a full meal complete with a delicious housemade dessert and a pot of tea. Your company, our staff, good food, soft music, and a nice atmosphere make this dining experience a good memory for all. After hours reservations for 25 or more are welcomed. Check with the reservation manager about details. With a call ahead of time, we can now offer a celebratory toast for your party when you bring in your favorite wine or champagne (corking fee applies).

The Olde English Tea Room Restaurant is now closed.

In inclement weather we follow Wake County’s government closure decisions. We are currently looking for local merchants and artist for our merchandise space  as a part of our Gift Shoppe.  Please contact Allison at (919) 866-1979.

Thank you and we look forward to serving you!

219 South White Street, Wake Forest, NC 27587

CALL – 919-435-4436

Closed Mondays

Tuesday      10:00am to 5:00pm

Wed-Thur   10:00am to 9:00pm

Fri-Sat         10:00am to 10:00pm

Sunday        12-noon to 5:00pm

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Local, fresh, and inviting, this is the feeling you will have when you walk through the doors.

Come and experience a fresh, new cafe/restaurant, art emporium and live music venue, that feels as comfortable as your favorite chair and as inviting as your best friend.

The cafe is located in the heart of the historic district of Downtown Wake Forest, on South White Street. Come and explore over 35 artists and artisans while enjoying freshly prepared dishes and drinks. We look forward to welcoming you through our doors.

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219 South White Street, Wake Forest, NC 27587

CALL – 919-435-4436

Closed Mondays

Tuesday      10:00am to 5:00pm

Wed-Thur   10:00am to 9:00pm

Fri-Sat         10:00am to 10:00pm

Sunday        12-noon to 5:00pm

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…where cafe, dining, art, live music and community all come together.

OUR RESTAURANT
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Read More Here >

Local, fresh, and inviting, this is the feeling you will have when you walk through the doors.

Come and experience a fresh, new cafe/restaurant, art emporium and live music venue, that feels as comfortable as your favorite chair and as inviting as your best friend.

The cafe is located in the heart of the historic district of Downtown Wake Forest, on South White Street. Come and explore over 35 artists and artisans while enjoying freshly prepared dishes and drinks. We look forward to welcoming you through our doors.

See Menu Here >>

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219 S White St
Wake Forest, NC 27587


(919) 556-6910

I quite rarely give out 5 stars, but here it is a must! We went to Wake Forest for the first time and were just checking out Downtown. Across the street we saw the English Tea Room and thought it would be a very simple cafe place. Walking in we were totally surprised by the interior, decor and colors! Very fancy, had I have known I would have dressed up a bit better! I think it’s even nicer than many Tea Rooms in England!

It was quite full when we came in as there were two bridal shower parties, one in each room. I thought maybe we would be turned away as it was a private gathering, but Allison (the owner I am assuming) was happy to seat us. She is a very nice and welcoming lady that we got talking to and she gave us some advice of what to see and do in and around the area.

Our waitress April was very sweet and polite and gave us perfect service throughout the afternoon hours we spent in the tea room. The menu is quite extensive for a tea room. My wife had the white chocolate scones and lavender tea, and I got the cucumber sandwich with mango tango tea. The scones had a good texture and not dry. It was a good size for 3.25. For the sandwich you get to choose the type of bread and filling combination. The cucumber, chive and cream cheese was very tasty. The sandwich was on the smaller size for the price, so another piece would have been nice. You get included the choice of a side of carrot salad or fruit.

The teas are served in individual pots and with the refill of hot water you get a lot of cups out of one pot. There are something like 40 different kinds of teas and it would be fun to return soon to try more! The tea room also has a shop where you can buy the teas to take home and some various tea accessories.

As you walk in you can pick a fancy hat to wear while you sip on your tea, they are very elegant and make it as fun experience. I wish The Olde English Tea Room was closer to home, but we will for sure be back to try more of everything!

What a beautiful gem right in downtown Wake Forest! This place isn’t just a tea or lunch place, it’s an experience in itself. We wore beautiful English hats and gloves, and enjoyed lunch and tea.

They have gluten free options!! Long list of teas, I really liked the white tea infused with coconut, and good salads and soups!

I had so much fun during my experience at the Olde English Tea Room! My mom and aunts decided to celebrate Mother’s Day a week early with a brunch/tea party for my grandmother (bringing me and one of the other granddaughters along). My grandmother took us here a few times when we were younger, so this time we decided to take her out!

The décor and atmosphere of the place is impeccable! One of the parts I really enjoyed about this experience was getting to dress up. They have a large selection of fun hats, scarves, necklaces, and gloves that you can wear to really immerse yourself in the tea party experience. It’s so fun! Also, the tables are setup beautifully, complete with gorgeous teacups. The service was also great! They were so nice and answered any questions we had about the menu.

There were so many options on the hot tea list, that I had a very hard time deciding. I settled on a pot of their Chocolate Raspberry Mint hot tea, which I did enjoy. However, I REALLY liked my aunt’s white chocolate mocha tea. Yes, I know it sounds like a weird flavor for hot tea, but it was sooo good. I also really enjoyed their award-winning market spice tea. We even ended up buying some of the tea to bring and brew at home! For those who do not enjoy hot tea, they also serve pink lemonade in the same tea pots! Our server said this was a very popular option for young girls who don’t like tea, so that they still get the complete tea party experience.

As for the food, we ordered off of the brunch menu. I had the Belgian chocolate chip waffle, and I chose bacon and fresh fruit as my sides. The waffle was incredibly chocolaty and tasted more like a dessert! Just how I like it! I also was able to try the quiche, which was delicious and the perfect portion.

We had such a fun time and have already started talking about going again! I highly recommend visiting for a fun twist to brunch!

Ever since spending a semester in England I have loved afternoon tea. It’s the perfect time to dress up, act fancy and enjoy a great cup of tea and some lovely treats! I’ve been searching for a good afternoon tea spot for quite awhile and stumbled upon The Olde English Tea Room on yelp. Instantly I decided that this weekend (with my niece in town) would be the perfect time to try it! Making a reservation was simple enough, booked our time online and recieved on confirmation email a few minutes later. I also had to email to modify the number of guests which was just as simple.

The Olde English Tea Room is nestled on the absolutely adorable main street of downtown Wake Forest. The tea room itself is absolutely adorable, kind of like your grandma’s dining room…Very frilly and perfect for an afternoon tea kind of atmosphere. Our service was quick and attentive, and we were very pleased to see no one had an issue with my sister’s son’s baby stroller nestled in the corner. They even suggested a great spot for it to be at easy access while out of the way.

The menu is pretty big for a tea house, featuring breakfast, brunch and lunch items on top of high tea, afternoon tea, low tea and wee-tea (for kids). I ordered myself the afternoon tea which included four (very tiny) sandwiches, four (very tiny) desserts an absolutely delicious (very huge) scone and tea. For $20 this wasn’t very much food (the sandwich pieces probably didn’t even equal to all full sandwich) but everything was very good…..And the tea was legit amazing. I had the market blend and it was perfectly spiced and so comforting. My niece had the wee tea which included a GIANT cupcake ( her cupcake was probably bigger than my entire meal minus the scone), a croissant and hot cocoa! She is such a picky eater but she ate every bite. She especially enjoyed the cocoa which was served in a cute tea pot with whipped cream and sprinkles on the side. So cute! My older sister ordered the low tea, which was another awesome scone, baked apples and lavender tea. For all of us it cost about $43, which is a bit pricy for the amount of food we received but perfect for the quality.

I can’t wait to come back to The Olde English Tea Room! It really was a lot of fun. I wouldn’t suggest the afternoon tea to someone starving and in need of a full meal but the menu is chock full of other delicious sounding items! If you’re looking for some fancy fun and adorable finger foods definately check them out for afternoon tea!

I was lucky enough to get to come here on a Friday after the lunch rush, which I think must be good since most reviews talk about how busy this place is and recommend reservations. We were a party of two with reservations there for high tea.

When we arrived, it took a long time for us to be acknowledged. It is also a store, so maybe we just looked like shoppers, but it was odd not being acknowledged. It was also kind of confusing where to go to speak to somebody about a table because the setup is such that there isn’t anything like a host stand. Ultimately we decided that they must be understaffed and perhaps their front of house employee wasn’t available. We spent some time smelling all the tea leaves in the front while we waited for a table.

Once we were seated, service was fine. It was prompt and the server was very nice and helpful in making recommendations. I really liked the tea that I got, which was a white chocolate mocha, if I recall. It was very good and tasted as good as it smelled, which isn’t always the case with tea. The carrot bisque that came as the first course was amazing.

Ultimately I enjoyed the experience and would be willing to go again to see if they run more efficiently at other times.

This is not a tearoom and it’s definitely not English style. They may serve tea and sell loose tea, but if you’re looking for a traditional high tea, you’ll be sadly disappointed.

I made a reservation for one o’clock. We were running a little late so I called to inform the restaurant. They said no worries, that they were slow at the moment. We walked in and sat down about 1:15, placed our order (high tea for me, $25; Wee Tea for my daughter, $11) and were served our tea. There are no tea cozies to keep the tea warm, so the tea turns cold within 10-15 min. (Later, the manager told me that tea cozies are “unsanitary” and that she has chosen “as the restaurant manager” not to use them. It’s my understanding that cozies are washed, as the linens are. I don’t know why the manager made this choice, but her food and tea suffer as a result.)

The tea was served without milk (a mainstay in traditional English tea); I had to ask for it. Then I waited while my waitress went to the back…and returned empty handed. Then she helped another customer. I caught her eye and asked again for milk. Several minutes later, she finally emerged with milk. By then, the tea in my cup was cold andthe tea in the teapot was lukewarm.

Roughly 40 minutes later (after watching the wait staff talk with each other in the back the entire time), our food came. My child’s pimento cheese sandwiches were arranged around her big chocolate cupcake. No extra plate was provided. Not sure how pimento cheese and chocolate taste together but thankfully my kiddo isn’t picky. She did like the sandwiches and the cupcake.

My plate arrived at the same time as my daughter’s. All the sandwiches and sweets were crammed onto one plate, tuna juice running into my toffee cookie. “Unappealing” doesn’t even begin to cover it. My soup came out a few minutes afterward. Never been served soup *after* desserts…

I’ve had high teas in England and also in several places in the US. In 20 years, I’ve never been served high tea like “The Olde English Tearoom” does it. What a disgrace. There’s a reason why tea is traditionally served on tiered displays- it keeps the treats intact and the savories separate from the sweets. This is also food service basics- for $25, I expect a pretty presentation. So disappointing.

I asked to speak to the manager as soon as my food was placed on the table. When the manager arrived, I asked why everything was on one plate and expressed my disappointment. She explained that people who come in by themselves are “sometimes embarrassed” to be served the traditional way, with a tiered rack. I don’t know who would be embarrassed at that or why, but again, I was paying $25 for myself and my daughter to have an experience. If I wanted a regular meal, I could go to any chain restuarant and pay half the price. The manager did apologize and took my food to the back to be replated. She also apologized for the cold tea and said the waitress shouldnt have served it that way. So I did get hot tea finally…at the end of my visit. The manager also informed me that the waitress “was new, just two weeks out of training.” That may be, but poor service is poor service.

The good news: the tomato basil soup was good, as was the chocolate chip cookie and the part of toffee cookie that didn’t have tuna on it.

The bad news: the “scone” was actually a triangular muffin and it was raw in the middle. (See picture.) There was no jam, though jam was listed in the menu as included with the high tea. The macaroon was literally the size of a nickel.

It had also taken so long for me to talk with the manager and get my food replated that my daughter had finished her food by the time I started mine. What I was hoping would be a relaxing visit with my daughter had turned into me having to talk with the manager and then rush to finish my food. I was and still am sad and disappointed.

All in all, an abysmal experience. I won’t be back and will be sure to tell everyone I can to avoid this restaurant.

*Restaurant*. Not tea room.

Made reservations for afternoon tea for 6 a couple of weeks in advance for our group. Upon arriving, they did not have a table ready for us. They were getting ready to take us to it then noticed it wasn’t cleared. It took about 15-20 minutes for them to prepare for us.
They apologized and said it had children seated there earlier and it was a mess. No matter what the reason, when a group has reservations, you need to show an eagerness and enthusiasm-an appreciation for them arriving on time and for choosing your place of business!
Once we were seated, the table felt like it was indeed for children only as my knees hit the edge of it and I couldn’t fit my legs comfortably under it. I’m tall (5’9″) but not THAT tall! The other ladies in my group had the same issue.
It took about 10 more minutes to be acknowledged by our server. She was kind and helpful but I had to initiate the service rather than her walk us through it even after we told her we didn’t know exactly what to expect and what we needed to order- just that we reserved for afternoon tea and a visit by Mr/Mrs Manners for fun. (Which I don’t even think she knew that was what we had requested when I made the res online-what’s the point of making reservations when nothing is ready and we are more of an afterthought?)
Once we were served the teas (which were delicious-esp the chai tea), two of the ladies had to ask to have the strainers replaced bc they were dirty and had left over tea leaves from being used earlier. It was obvious they were dirty and clearly were not washed.
We had to initiate refills and I had to ask when we could expect Mr/Mrs Manners to come to our table as I would expect it to be beforehand. (Which by the way, he didn’t come until AFTER we had finished EVERYTHING and were waiting for our check.) His visit at this stage in the service timeline is really a moot point bc the tips he was supposedly going to give would have been helpful and fun to implement during our tea. I was looking to have more tips like customary English tea traditions when being served/enjoying our teas as I am very well-versed in manners from many years of experience in cotillion. Instead, we had tips on how to hold a fork (which we didn’t use at all for afternoon tea), and how to eat soup (which we didn’t eat for afternoon tea as well). On top of that, I had to ask three times for Mr/Mrs Manners to visit. They apparently charge $10 for the manners presentation. I timed our presentation and it was not longer than 4, yes, 4 short minutes!!!!! They waived the fee bc of the fact we were apparently forgotten, but that presentation was half-baked and quite dry. It is definitely NOT worth the additional usual surcharge of $10.
Overall, I can make lemonade out of lemons anywhere I go, and our group had fun nonetheless. However, the service, preparations, presentation, cleanliness and thoughtfulness was remiss. I was very disappointed overall.

Great specialty place. Had their high tea meal, a little pricey but well delivered four course meal. You get a decent size bowl of soup I had a special of the day carrot and ginger soup. Excellent. Then a combination of mini tea sandwiches ( I had 2 each cucumber and tuna salad) and 4 dessert items, and a very decent sized scone. All 4 courses had GF options including a bread for the sandwiches, 3 different cookies and a chocolate covered strawberry for dessert.

Good service plan on a slow but good service slow down and enjoy the meal.

If you have the time to relax with a good friend over tea and biscuits, you will enjoy the Olde English Tea Room in downtown Wake Forest. The restaurant is delightfully decorated with nicknacks and antiques, the food is tasty, and the service is friendly.

I like to order the high tea, which is a bit pricey for lunch, but it is a great experience. You start with tea, of course, which is served in your own personal teapot. I love the English Garden Tea with a little cream. My daughter loves the lavender tea. After you have your tea, they serve the soup (and I highly recommend the strawberry soup), then you follow with a delightful array of finger sandwiches and baked goods.

My daughter and I arrived for lunch last week and were turned away because they were full, so we made a reservation this time. They send an email confirmation and everything, but when we arrived they could not seem to locate it. So we were seated in the front parlor. It is nice and sunny but the tables in the parlor are quite low and small – not really suitable for lunch in my opinion. The wait staff was very friendly but a little disorganized. I had to ask for butter a few times and hot water twice. I imagine they were struggling to deal with the lunch rush because the restaurant was quite full.

Vegetarians will be happy with all the baked goods, the strawberry soup, egg salad, hummus, and cucumber sandwiches. I also saw salads on the menu and a tempting tomato and cheese pie.

The Olde English Tea Room is a bit of a girly place. I don’t think your average manly man would be very happy with strawberry soup and cucumber sandwiches, so you might want to stick to a girls’ time out for this one.

–AnneK

I took my daughter, her grandmother and great grandmother there this weekend. 4 generations so I thought it would be fun.
I made reservations and was glad I did. Got there and it took a while before anyone acknowledged we were there. Got a cute table and the menu has a lot on it. I will not the kids meal options are on the expensive side. $11 and my 5 year old was still hungry. Plus they put the 2 cake calls with whipped cream in the middle of the plate and the sandwich around it so the whipped cream got all over her arms and sandwich. I had to ask 3 times for her drink and my ex mother in law never got a drink. We had to ask for boxes twice and since we all had a couple little boxes (taking dessert home) it would have been nice to have a bag since we were handling a child and my great grandmother with a cane.
The food was good and I liked the hummingbird cake the best. I just felt like for the experience the service could have been better.

I went to the Olde English Tea Room with large group of friends this week. We were celebrating the end of a study and Christmas. We found it to be delightful.

The tea room is so lovely. It takes you back to an earlier time when exceptional food is served by caring servers. And the tea selection was deserving of being a tea room.

The period decor was enhanced by the beautiful Christmas decorations.

I highly recommend the Olde English Tea Room to celebrate a special occasion, or to turn a regular occasion into something special! The perfect place to start a tradition with your little granddaughters!

This place just keeps getting better and better. Brought my good friend here for a belated birthday lunch, the service was superior and the food was so delicious and plentiful. She had the tomato stuffed with chicken salad and I had the western quiche. The quiche came out so hot and bubbly, it was one of the best ones I’ve had. We both had the cinnamon muffins and carrot salad sides, all were so good. It was also free tea (beverage) month in August for those who have signed up on their website, so that saved closed to $5.00. I will certain be returning again soon.

This is our second time here. The strawberry soup is a must, but if they are out the tomato basil is a great second choice. Everything is homemade and the cake slices are huge. Great price point for our family of three. The waitress was lovely and personable. I love the feel of the place. My only complaint is they are closing. So sad to see another tea room go.

After reading the yelp reviews and the Website I wanted to find out for myself

Charming Place! One Window table in the front! Two medium sized rooms behind!

Oh hey, they have Tomato Pie, Strawberry Soup, Carrot &Raisin Salad (I can [and did] skip this Mayonnaise laden salad) and received an extra croissant and something else if I live to be 120!

Loose Leaf Teas! ! ! This is GREAT! When I go to a Coffee/Tea House I do NOT want someone giving me a pre-packaged envelope from a Box that I could have bought at the store! Here they Have the Teas in Neatly Labeled Glass Jars! You can see how good everything looks!

Rooibos Herbal Tea YesT!!! Yay! This one is soooo Spicy!

Peach Coconut (a White Tea for my part Turkish Bride) She added Cream! It was Fantastic for Hours and Hours!

Chai… Tea with Milk, Right??? To me Chai implies more… Implication of SPICES! Give me : Cloves, Bay Leaves, Ginger, Peppercorns, Cinnamon, Cardamom and MORE!

This is like a Tea Party that reminds me of going to someones Grandmothers House, or OR a clandestine meeting of International Spies sharing Top Secret information

Just got an email from the owner of this establishment thanking me for my patronage w my mom!
This really goes above & beyond, never knew my posts were actually read by the owners!

This is such a sweet place. I took my friend there for her birthday today since it is so special. The service is great – today we had Tamara who was very attentive. From past visits it is also a fun place for groups.

I had never been to a tea room before so my curiosity was piqued.

A far cry from your grandmother’s dusty china and stuffy living room, Olde English Tea Room is airy and bright, happily overdecorated with paisley, florals, damask, and gilt. With only two rooms for seating, it’s nice for an intimate chat over lunch and, tea, of course. And don’t miss out on trying the chicken salad sandwiches. And the butterscotch scones with devonshire cream? Heavenly.

No doubt about it, the estrogen levels are pretty high here. Ladies, leave your boyfriends at home. Nevertheless, it’s fun to slip back and relax in such an over-the-top dainty environment, just for a couple hours. Just for the novelty. Or, if you have a little daughter or niece, just for the fun of tea time.

The whole experience has the air of play-pretend, except the tea, the finger sandwiches and the waiters are real.

Recommended.

I love this place. I brought my husband, and while it wasn’t his scene he still had a nice time and liked it too. I tried 2 different teas out of over 40 choices. The peach and coconut one was to die for! The shepherds pie was great, as well as the baked apples and croissant. My favorite was the chocolate chip scone and cream!!! Delish!!! There was a surprising amount of men with their wives, and that made me happy to see! This place is great, especially with my love for tea:)

ADORABLE, quaint and romantic. The ambiance was wonderful, a delightfully eclectic blend of a restored downtown shop – complete with tin ceilings and floral wallpapers – and English tea room. The tea service is mixed, with a huge variety of beautiful china patterns. They bring the cup and strainer and steep the loose-leaf tea right in the pot. The tables are decorated with a rich variety of tablecloths and the decor was already festive for the Christmas holiday. Soft Christmas carols played in the background.

Having become quite addicted to outings at the Steeping Room back in Austin, I was happy to find a tea room near where I live now. One step in the door and I was in LOVE. Don’t get me wrong, I loved the Steeping Room. But this has a much more quaint, vintage ambiance that really sets the mood for a relaxing tea. You will find yourself conversing in hushed tones while you sip tea and enjoy the atmosphere.

And the food: dear husband got the Chicken Pecan salad stuffed into a large croissant. It was moist, with a rich pecan flavor that blended well with the chicken but did not overpower it. It was moist but not slathered in mayonnaise, as if the delicious chicken itself was the source of the moistness. He ordered the carrot salad for his side dish. I have to say, having read the reviews, that this was not at all mayo laden, but was light, fresh and quite tasty.

I ordered the Allison’s Favorite Salad, and it is easy to see why it would be anyone’s favorite. It was delicious! It was a huge salad smothered in chunks of oven roasted turkey, with beautifully arranged petals of green apple slices, topped with Craisins (dried cranberry ‘raisins’), slivers of sweet and tangy red onion and a generous scattering of good sized pecan pieces, on a bed of baby greens. I ordered the upgrade to a white chocolate and berry scone with Devonshire cream for my bread. It was very similar to the clotted cream I’d come to love but has a hint of cream cheese deliciousness as well. For my side, I ordered the Seasonal Baked Apples, which were amazingly good. Not sticky sweet, but very well spiced with a rich flavor of cinnamon.

For tea, he chose a cinnamon spice and I chose the Coconut Peach, which was so good we ordered 4 oz. to take home. It is just as delicious cold as hot!

Service was excellent – attentive in a very polite way.

From the first tantalizing smell as we walked in the door, to browsing the tea sets before we left, it was a lovely lunch and a wonderful respite from a busy day. I would definitely recommend this place for a nice lunch or even just a good spot of tea in between shopping. Five stars+!

Just visited The Olde English Tea Room for the first time! What a special treat! We had an impromptu tea party for our toddler girls and they absolutely loved having sandwiches and tea. I look forward to going back and having an adult party with my girlfriends!



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  • “The strawberry soup is a must, but if they are out the tomato basil is a great second choice.” in 5 reviews

  • “I have had the chilli for a lunch with iced tea but my favorite is going in for some tea and a scone with devonshire cream .” in 4 reviews

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    “I must also mention the baked apples which as just as good (if not better) than the ones my grandma makes (don’t tell her!).” in 3 reviews

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  • Matt G.

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    8/21/2016

    I quite rarely give out 5 stars, but here it is a must! We went to Wake Forest for the first time and were just checking out Downtown. Across the street we saw the English Tea Room and thought it would be a very simple cafe place. Walking in we were totally surprised by the interior, decor and colors! Very fancy, had I have known I would have dressed up a bit better! I think it’s even nicer than many Tea Rooms in England!

    It was quite full when we came in as there were two bridal shower parties, one in each room. I thought maybe we would be turned away as it was a private gathering, but Allison (the owner I am assuming) was happy to seat us. She is a very nice and welcoming lady that we got talking to and she gave us some advice of what to see and do in and around the area.

    Our waitress April was very sweet and polite and gave us perfect service throughout the afternoon hours we spent in the tea room. The menu is quite extensive for a tea room. My wife had the white chocolate scones and lavender tea, and I got the cucumber sandwich with mango tango tea. The scones had a good texture and not dry. It was a good size for 3.25. For the sandwich you get to choose the type of bread and filling combination. The cucumber, chive and cream cheese was very tasty. The sandwich was on the smaller size for the price, so another piece would have been nice. You get included the choice of a side of carrot salad or fruit.

    The teas are served in individual pots and with the refill of hot water you get a lot of cups out of one pot. There are something like 40 different kinds of teas and it would be fun to return soon to try more! The tea room also has a shop where you can buy the teas to take home and some various tea accessories.

    As you walk in you can pick a fancy hat to wear while you sip on your tea, they are very elegant and make it as fun experience. I wish The Olde English Tea Room was closer to home, but we will for sure be back to try more of everything!

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    5.0 star rating


    4/6/2016


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    What a beautiful gem right in downtown Wake Forest! This place isn’t just a tea or lunch place, it’s an experience in itself. We wore beautiful English hats and gloves, and enjoyed lunch and tea.

    They have gluten free options!! Long list of teas, I really liked the white tea infused with coconut, and good salads and soups!

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    5/30/2016


    How lovely and elegant you look!  Happy days – life, love & tea time.

    Thanks for your review.  We…
    How lovely and elegant you look!  Happy days – life, love & tea time.

    Thanks for your review.  We look forward to seeing you again!  Allison
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  • Kelsey N.

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    5.0 star rating


    5/4/2015


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    I had so much fun during my experience at the Olde English Tea Room! My mom and aunts decided to celebrate Mother’s Day a week early with a brunch/tea party for my grandmother (bringing me and one of the other granddaughters along). My grandmother took us here a few times when we were younger, so this time we decided to take her out!

    The décor and atmosphere of the place is impeccable! One of the parts I really enjoyed about this experience was getting to dress up. They have a large selection of fun hats, scarves, necklaces, and gloves that you can wear to really immerse yourself in the tea party experience. It’s so fun! Also, the tables are setup beautifully, complete with gorgeous teacups. The service was also great! They were so nice and answered any questions we had about the menu.

    There were so many options on the hot tea list, that I had a very hard time deciding. I settled on a pot of their Chocolate Raspberry Mint hot tea, which I did enjoy. However, I REALLY liked my aunt’s white chocolate mocha tea. Yes, I know it sounds like a weird flavor for hot tea, but it was sooo good. I also really enjoyed their award-winning market spice tea. We even ended up buying some of the tea to bring and brew at home! For those who do not enjoy hot tea, they also serve pink lemonade in the same tea pots! Our server said this was a very popular option for young girls who don’t like tea, so that they still get the complete tea party experience.

    As for the food, we ordered off of the brunch menu. I had the Belgian chocolate chip waffle, and I chose bacon and fresh fruit as my sides. The waffle was incredibly chocolaty and tasted more like a dessert! Just how I like it! I also was able to try the quiche, which was delicious and the perfect portion.

    We had such a fun time and have already started talking about going again! I highly recommend visiting for a fun twist to brunch!

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    4.0 star rating


    1/16/2016


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    Ever since spending a semester in England I have loved afternoon tea. It’s the perfect time to dress up, act fancy and enjoy a great cup of tea and some lovely treats! I’ve been searching for a good afternoon tea spot for quite awhile and stumbled upon The Olde English Tea Room on yelp. Instantly I decided that this weekend (with my niece in town) would be the perfect time to try it! Making a reservation was simple enough, booked our time online and recieved on confirmation email a few minutes later. I also had to email to modify the number of guests which was just as simple.

    The Olde English Tea Room is nestled on the absolutely adorable main street of downtown Wake Forest. The tea room itself is absolutely adorable, kind of like your grandma’s dining room…Very frilly and perfect for an afternoon tea kind of atmosphere. Our service was quick and attentive, and we were very pleased to see no one had an issue with my sister’s son’s baby stroller nestled in the corner. They even suggested a great spot for it to be at easy access while out of the way.

    The menu is pretty big for a tea house, featuring breakfast, brunch and lunch items on top of high tea, afternoon tea, low tea and wee-tea (for kids). I ordered myself the afternoon tea which included four (very tiny) sandwiches, four (very tiny) desserts an absolutely delicious (very huge) scone and tea. For $20 this wasn’t very much food (the sandwich pieces probably didn’t even equal to all full sandwich) but everything was very good…..And the tea was legit amazing. I had the market blend and it was perfectly spiced and so comforting. My niece had the wee tea which included a GIANT cupcake ( her cupcake was probably bigger than my entire meal minus the scone), a croissant and hot cocoa! She is such a picky eater but she ate every bite. She especially enjoyed the cocoa which was served in a cute tea pot with whipped cream and sprinkles on the side. So cute! My older sister ordered the low tea, which was another awesome scone, baked apples and lavender tea. For all of us it cost about $43, which is a bit pricy for the amount of food we received but perfect for the quality.

    I can’t wait to come back to The Olde English Tea Room! It really was a lot of fun.   I wouldn’t suggest the afternoon tea to someone starving and in need of a full meal but the menu is chock full of other delicious sounding items! If you’re looking for some fancy fun and adorable finger foods definately check them out for afternoon tea!

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    3.0 star rating


    3/7/2016

    I was lucky enough to get to come here on a Friday after the lunch rush, which I think must be good since most reviews talk about how busy this place is and recommend reservations. We were a party of two with reservations there for high tea.

    When we arrived, it took a long time for us to be acknowledged. It is also a store, so maybe we just looked like shoppers, but it was odd not being acknowledged. It was also kind of confusing where to go to speak to somebody about a table because the setup is such that there isn’t anything like a host stand. Ultimately we decided that they must be understaffed and perhaps their front of house employee wasn’t available. We spent some time smelling all the tea leaves in the front while we waited for a table.

    Once we were seated, service was fine. It was prompt and the server was very nice and helpful in making recommendations. I really liked the tea that I got, which was a white chocolate mocha, if I recall. It was very good and tasted as good as it smelled, which isn’t always the case with tea. The carrot bisque that came as the first course was amazing.

    Ultimately I enjoyed the experience and would be willing to go again to see if they run more efficiently at other times.

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    5/30/2016


    Hello There,  I am so glad you decided to give us a try.  I am sorry we didn’t greet you the way we…
    Hello There,  I am so glad you decided to give us a try.  I am sorry we didn’t greet you the way we should!  We are in a 100 year old building and you experienced one of the things that I would love to change.  I’ve tried putting a sign up to let people know to move up the entryway for seating but it served to stop most of our guest right at the sign and somehow it made matters worse.  I appreciate your good spirit and we are glad you enjoyed the rest of your visit/food/service.  I hope we have the honor of serving you both again.

    Best regards,  Allison, Owner of The Olde English Tea Room
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    4/20/2016

    This is not a tearoom and it’s definitely not English style. They may serve tea and sell loose tea, but if you’re looking for a traditional high tea, you’ll be sadly disappointed.

    I made a reservation for one o’clock. We were running a little late so I called to inform the restaurant. They said no worries, that they were slow at the moment. We walked in and sat down about 1:15, placed our order (high tea for me, $25; Wee Tea for my daughter, $11) and were served our tea. There are no tea cozies to keep the tea warm, so the tea turns cold within 10-15 min. (Later, the manager told me that tea cozies are “unsanitary” and that she has chosen “as the restaurant manager” not to use them. It’s my understanding that cozies are washed, as the linens are. I don’t know why the manager made this choice, but her food and tea suffer as a result.)

    The tea was served without milk (a mainstay in traditional English tea); I had to ask for it. Then I waited while my waitress went to the back…and returned empty handed. Then she helped another customer. I caught her eye and asked again for milk. Several minutes later, she finally emerged with milk. By then, the tea in my cup was cold andthe tea in the teapot was lukewarm.

    Roughly 40 minutes later (after watching the wait staff talk with each other in the back the entire time), our food came. My child’s pimento cheese sandwiches were arranged around her big chocolate cupcake. No extra plate was provided. Not sure how pimento cheese and chocolate taste together but thankfully my kiddo isn’t picky. She did like the sandwiches and the cupcake.

    My plate arrived at the same time as my daughter’s. All the sandwiches and sweets were crammed onto one plate, tuna juice running into my toffee cookie. “Unappealing” doesn’t even begin to cover it. My soup came out a few minutes afterward. Never been served soup *after* desserts…

    I’ve had high teas in England and also in several places in the US. In 20 years, I’ve never been served high tea like “The Olde English Tearoom” does it. What a disgrace. There’s a reason why tea is traditionally served on tiered displays- it keeps the treats intact and the savories separate from the sweets. This is also food service basics- for $25, I expect a pretty presentation. So disappointing.

    I asked to speak to the manager as soon as my food was placed on the table. When the manager arrived, I asked why everything was on one plate and expressed my disappointment. She explained that people who come in by themselves are “sometimes embarrassed” to be served the traditional way, with a tiered rack. I don’t know who would be embarrassed at that or why, but again, I was paying $25 for myself and my daughter to have an experience. If I wanted a regular meal, I could go to any chain restuarant and pay half the price. The manager did apologize and took my food to the back to be replated. She also apologized for the cold tea and said the waitress shouldnt have served it that way. So I did get hot tea finally…at the end of my visit. The manager also informed me that the waitress “was new, just two weeks out of training.” That may be, but poor service is poor service.

    The good news: the tomato basil soup was good, as was the chocolate chip cookie and the part of toffee cookie that didn’t have tuna on it.

    The bad news: the “scone” was actually a triangular muffin and it was raw in the middle. (See picture.) There was no jam, though jam was listed in the menu as included with the high tea. The macaroon was literally the size of a nickel.

    It had also taken so long for me to talk with the manager and get my food replated that my daughter had finished her food by the time I started mine. What I was hoping would be a relaxing visit with my daughter had turned into me having to talk with the manager and then rush to finish my food. I was and still am sad and disappointed.

    All in all, an abysmal experience. I won’t be back and will be sure to tell everyone I can to avoid this restaurant.

    *Restaurant*. Not tea room.

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    5/6/2016

    Made reservations for afternoon tea for 6 a couple of weeks in advance for our group. Upon arriving, they did not have a table ready for us. They were getting ready to take us to it then noticed it wasn’t cleared. It took about 15-20 minutes for them to prepare for us.
    They apologized and said it had children seated there earlier and it was a mess. No matter what the reason, when a group has reservations, you need to show an eagerness and enthusiasm-an appreciation for them arriving on time and for choosing your place of business!
    Once we were seated, the table felt like it was indeed for children only as my knees hit the edge of it and I couldn’t fit my legs comfortably under it. I’m tall (5’9″) but not THAT tall! The other ladies in my group had the same issue.
    It took about 10 more minutes to be acknowledged by our server. She was kind and helpful but I had to initiate the service rather than her walk us through it even after we told her we didn’t know exactly what to expect and what we needed to order- just that we reserved for afternoon tea and a visit by Mr/Mrs Manners for fun. (Which I don’t even think she knew that was what we had requested when I made the res online-what’s the point of making reservations when nothing is ready and we are more of an afterthought?)
    Once we were served the teas (which were delicious-esp the chai tea), two of the ladies had to ask to have the strainers replaced bc they were dirty and had left over tea leaves from being used earlier. It was obvious they were dirty and clearly were not washed.
    We had to initiate refills and I had to ask when we could expect Mr/Mrs Manners to come to our table as I would expect it to be beforehand.  (Which by the way, he didn’t come until AFTER we had finished EVERYTHING and were waiting for our check.) His visit at this stage in the service timeline is really a moot point bc the tips he was supposedly going to give would have been helpful and fun to implement during our tea.  I was looking to have more tips like customary English tea traditions when being served/enjoying our teas as I am very well-versed in manners from many years of experience in cotillion. Instead, we had tips on how to hold a fork (which we didn’t use at all for afternoon tea), and how to eat soup (which we didn’t eat for afternoon tea as well). On top of that, I had to ask three times for Mr/Mrs Manners to visit. They apparently charge $10 for the manners presentation. I timed our presentation and it was not longer than 4, yes, 4 short minutes!!!!!  They waived the fee bc of the fact we were apparently forgotten, but that presentation was half-baked and quite dry. It is definitely NOT worth the additional usual surcharge of $10.
    Overall, I can make lemonade out of lemons anywhere I go, and our group had fun nonetheless. However, the service, preparations, presentation, cleanliness and thoughtfulness was remiss. I was very disappointed overall.

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    3/14/2015


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    Great specialty place.   Had their high tea meal, a little pricey but well delivered four course meal.  You get a decent size bowl of soup I had a special of the day carrot and ginger soup.  Excellent.  Then a combination of mini tea sandwiches ( I had 2 each cucumber and tuna salad) and 4 dessert items, and a very decent sized scone.   All 4 courses had GF options including a bread for the sandwiches, 3 different cookies and a chocolate covered strawberry for dessert.  

    Good service plan on a slow but good service slow down and enjoy the meal.

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    8/7/2015


    “Slow down and enjoy the meal”? If there’s one thing that shouldn’t be rushed it’s high-tea with…
    “Slow down and enjoy the meal”? If there’s one thing that shouldn’t be rushed it’s high-tea with loved ones, so I just love this part, Michael. I’m glad you enjoyed everything, and I hope we’ll get to welcome you back soon!

    I’ve got to know (in light of your beautiful profile photo) — did you sit in the blue room?

    Kindest regards,
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    5/24/2014


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    If you have the time to relax with a good friend over tea and biscuits, you will enjoy the Olde English Tea Room in downtown Wake Forest.  The restaurant is delightfully decorated with nicknacks and antiques, the food is tasty, and the service is friendly.

    I like to order the high tea, which is a bit pricey for lunch, but it is a great experience.  You start with tea, of course, which is served in your own personal teapot.  I love the English Garden Tea with a little cream.  My daughter loves the lavender tea.  After you have your tea, they serve the soup (and I highly recommend the strawberry soup), then you follow with a delightful array of finger sandwiches and baked goods.

    My daughter and I arrived for lunch last week and were turned away because they were full, so we made a reservation this time.  They send an email confirmation and everything, but when we arrived they could not seem to locate it.  So we were seated in the front parlor.  It is nice and sunny but the tables in the parlor are quite low and small – not really suitable for lunch in my opinion.  The wait staff was very friendly but a little disorganized.  I had to ask for butter a few times and hot water twice.  I imagine they were struggling to deal with the lunch rush because the restaurant was quite full.

    Vegetarians will be happy with all the baked goods, the strawberry soup, egg salad, hummus, and cucumber sandwiches.  I also saw salads on the menu and a tempting tomato and cheese pie.

    The Olde English Tea Room is a bit of a girly place.  I don’t think your average manly man would be very happy with strawberry soup and cucumber sandwiches, so you might want to stick to a girls’ time out for this one.

    –AnneK

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    8/11/2014


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    I took my daughter, her grandmother and great grandmother there this weekend.  4 generations so I thought it would be fun.
    I made reservations and was glad I did.  Got there and it took a while before anyone acknowledged we were there.  Got a cute table and the menu has a lot on it.  I will not the kids meal options are on the expensive side.  $11 and my 5 year old was still hungry.  Plus they put the 2 cake calls with whipped cream in the middle of the plate and the sandwich around it so the whipped cream got all over her arms and sandwich.  I had to ask 3 times for her drink and my ex mother in law never got a drink.  We had to ask for boxes twice and since we all had a couple little boxes (taking dessert home) it would have been nice to have a bag since we were handling a child and my great grandmother with a cane.  
    The food was good and I liked the hummingbird cake the best.  I just felt like for the experience the service could have been better.

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    12/18/2015

    I went to the Olde English  Tea Room with  large group of friends this week. We were celebrating the end of a study and Christmas. We found it to be delightful.

    The tea room is so lovely.  It takes you back to an earlier time  when exceptional food is served by caring servers. And the tea selection was deserving of being a tea room.

    The period decor was enhanced by the beautiful Christmas decorations.

    I highly recommend the Olde English Tea Room to celebrate a special occasion,  or to turn a regular occasion into something special! The perfect place to start a tradition with your little granddaughters!

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    12/23/2015


    Hello Linda,

    Thank you so much for visiting us at The Tea Room.  We love to see our customers holding…
    Hello Linda,

    Thank you so much for visiting us at The Tea Room.  We love to see our customers holding a good old fashioned “Tea Party”.  Merry Christmas.  Allison, Owner
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    8/15/2014


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    This place just keeps getting better and better. Brought my good friend here for a belated birthday lunch, the service was superior and the food was so delicious and plentiful. She had the tomato stuffed with chicken salad and I had the western quiche. The quiche came out so hot and bubbly, it was one of the best ones I’ve had. We both had the cinnamon muffins and carrot salad sides, all were so good. It was also free tea (beverage) month in August for those who have signed up on their website, so that saved closed to $5.00. I will certain be returning again soon.

    • Photo of Olde English Tea Room - Wake Forest, NC, United States. stuffed tomato with chicken salad, cinnamon muffin and carrot salad. My friend said it was delish.

      stuffed tomato with chicken salad, cinnamon muffin and carrot salad. My friend said it was delish.

      stuffed tomato with chicken salad, cinnamon muffin and carrot salad. My friend said it was delish.

    • Photo of Olde English Tea Room - Wake Forest, NC, United States. quiche (western) with cinnamon muffin and carrot salad. So good.

      quiche (western) with cinnamon muffin and carrot salad. So good.

      quiche (western) with cinnamon muffin and carrot salad. So good.

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    5/23/2014

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    I went with one friend and we were served our food in a timely manner. First we got our tea pots and…
    I went with one friend and we were served our food in a timely manner. First we got our tea pots and had time to enjoy our tea. Then shortly after we had both gotten quiche, carrot salad and cinnamon muffin. The quiche was just delicious, very light and flavorful. The carrot salad was a little sweet from the pineapple and raisins. The cinnamon muffin was just the right size, not too big and not too small. We had a great meal, at a reasonable price with excellent service. It was still noisy, but since we were just two people, we didn’t have too much trouble hearing each other. I will certainly return.
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    5/8/2014

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    I went here with a large group of women for lunch. The atmosphere is pretty, the china, decor, etc.…
    I went here with a large group of women for lunch. The atmosphere is pretty, the china, decor, etc. The food was delicious, many things on the menu to choose from and everyone seemed very happy with their foods. There were three problems however and this is causing me not to award four stars.
    1. The table on one side of us was so close that every time the server went to serve something she had to squeeze through and bump into the people that were sitting at our table and the neighboring table. I thought this was poor judgement on her part and poor planning on the restaurants part.
    2. I know this is an older building but the acoustics are just terrible. We were a large group and we weren’t talking exceedingly loud, but the noise level was so bad, I saw a table of two leave the restaurant because of the noise level.
    3. This is the worse offense, it took one hour from the time we ordered until all of our food came. This was way too long to wait for lunch. Two other neighboring tables that had two diners came and went, and our large group had to wait 60 minutes for our food. This was unacceptable.
    I will return as the food was delicious, love the decor and like that it is locally owned, but never with a large party.

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    12/17/2016


    • 2 check-ins

    This is our second time here. The strawberry soup is a must, but if they are out the tomato basil is a great second choice.  Everything is homemade and the cake slices are huge. Great price point for our family of three. The waitress was lovely and personable. I love the feel of the place. My only complaint is they are closing. So sad to see another tea room go.

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    4/30/2013


    • 7 check-ins

    After reading the yelp reviews and the Website I wanted to find out for myself

    Charming Place!  One Window table in the  front!  Two medium sized rooms behind!

    Oh hey, they have Tomato Pie, Strawberry Soup, Carrot &Raisin Salad (I can [and did] skip this Mayonnaise laden salad) and received an extra croissant and something else if I live to be 120!

    Loose Leaf Teas! ! !  This is GREAT!   When I go to a Coffee/Tea House I do NOT want someone giving me a pre-packaged envelope from a Box  that I could have bought at the store!  Here they Have the Teas in Neatly Labeled Glass Jars!  You can see how good everything looks!

    Rooibos Herbal Tea  YesT!!!  Yay!  This one is soooo Spicy!

    Peach Coconut (a White Tea for my part Turkish Bride) She added Cream!  It was Fantastic for Hours and Hours!

    Chai… Tea with Milk, Right???  To me Chai implies more… Implication of SPICES!  Give me : Cloves, Bay Leaves, Ginger, Peppercorns, Cinnamon, Cardamom and MORE!

    This is like a Tea Party that reminds me of going to someones Grandmothers House, or OR a clandestine meeting of International Spies sharing Top Secret  information

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    5.0 star rating


    11/10/2015


    Updated review

    Just got an email from the owner of this establishment thanking me for my patronage w my mom!
    This really goes above & beyond, never knew my posts were actually read by the owners!

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    11/5/2015

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    Treated my mom to a bday breakfast here! Great shop:restaurant. Service was great too!

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    1/27/2016

    This is such a sweet place. I took my friend there for her birthday today since it is so special. The service is great – today we had Tamara who was very attentive. From past visits it is also a fun place for groups.

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    9/7/2011

    I had never been to a tea room before so my curiosity was piqued.

    A far cry from your grandmother’s dusty china and stuffy living room, Olde English Tea Room is airy and bright, happily overdecorated with paisley, florals, damask, and gilt. With only two rooms for seating, it’s nice for an intimate chat over lunch and, tea, of course. And don’t miss out on trying the chicken salad sandwiches. And the butterscotch scones with devonshire cream? Heavenly.

    No doubt about it, the estrogen levels are pretty high here. Ladies, leave your boyfriends at home. Nevertheless, it’s fun to slip back and relax in such an over-the-top dainty environment, just for a couple hours. Just for the novelty. Or, if you have a little daughter or niece, just for the fun of tea time.

    The whole experience has the air of play-pretend, except the tea, the finger sandwiches and the waiters are real.

    Recommended.

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    1/18/2014


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    I love this place. I brought my husband, and while it wasn’t his scene he still had a nice time and liked it too. I tried 2 different teas out of over 40 choices. The peach and coconut one was to die for! The shepherds pie was great, as well as the baked apples and croissant. My favorite was the chocolate chip scone and cream!!! Delish!!! There was a surprising amount of men with their wives, and that made me happy to see! This place is great, especially with my love for tea:)

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      Ah the hats… So many to choose from:P

      Ah the hats… So many to choose from:P

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    5.0 star rating


    11/9/2013


    • 2 check-ins

    ADORABLE, quaint and romantic. The ambiance was wonderful, a delightfully eclectic blend of a restored downtown shop – complete with tin ceilings and floral wallpapers – and English tea room. The tea service is mixed, with a huge variety of beautiful china patterns. They bring the cup and strainer and steep the loose-leaf tea right in the pot. The tables are decorated with a rich variety of tablecloths and the decor was already festive for the Christmas holiday. Soft Christmas carols played in the background.

    Having become quite addicted to outings at the Steeping Room back in Austin, I was happy to find a tea room near where I live now. One step in the door and I was in LOVE. Don’t get me wrong, I loved the Steeping Room. But this has a much more quaint, vintage ambiance that really sets the mood for a relaxing tea. You will find yourself conversing in hushed tones while you sip tea and enjoy the atmosphere.

    And the food:  dear husband got the Chicken Pecan salad stuffed into a large croissant. It was moist, with a rich pecan flavor that blended well with the chicken but did not overpower it. It was moist but not slathered in mayonnaise, as if the delicious chicken itself was the source of the moistness. He ordered the carrot salad for his side dish. I have to say, having read the reviews, that this was not at all mayo laden, but was light, fresh and quite tasty.

    I ordered the Allison’s Favorite Salad, and it is easy to see why it would be anyone’s favorite. It was delicious! It was a huge salad smothered in chunks of oven roasted turkey, with beautifully arranged petals of green apple slices, topped with Craisins (dried cranberry ‘raisins’), slivers of sweet and tangy red onion and a generous scattering of good sized pecan pieces, on a bed of baby greens. I ordered the upgrade to a white chocolate and berry scone with Devonshire cream for my bread. It was very similar to the clotted cream I’d come to love but has a hint of cream cheese deliciousness as well. For my side, I ordered the Seasonal Baked Apples, which were amazingly good. Not sticky sweet, but very well spiced with a rich flavor of cinnamon.  

    For tea, he chose a cinnamon spice and I chose the Coconut Peach, which was so good we ordered 4 oz. to take home. It is just as delicious cold as hot!

    Service was excellent – attentive in a very polite way.

    From the first tantalizing smell as we walked in the door, to browsing the tea sets before we left, it was a lovely lunch and a wonderful respite from a busy day. I would definitely recommend this place for a nice lunch or even just a good spot of tea in between shopping. Five stars+!

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    4.0 star rating


    6/8/2015

    Just visited The Olde English Tea Room for the first time! What a special treat! We had an impromptu tea party for our toddler girls and they absolutely loved having sandwiches and tea.  I look forward to going back and having an adult party with my girlfriends!

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    7/29/2015


    Inez, I’m over the moon hearing that we could give you and your girls a special time! Can’t wait for…
    Inez, I’m over the moon hearing that we could give you and your girls a special time! Can’t wait for Tea Party Round Two, friend. 🙂

    Important question, though: Did the girls get a chance to try on some hats?

    Hope to hear back,
    Allison, Owner
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An environment of fresh flowers, fine china, table linens and soft music.  It is the perfect place to have a house-made fresh meal and reconnect or celebrate with family and friends.

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The Tea Room was originally opened in 1996. This building, built in 1926, has seen many from the community that are considered friends.   Customers have celebrated birthdays, wedding showers, baby showers and friendship.

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Jeff and Allison Esguerra are the current owners of The Olde English Tea Room since April 1, 2012. Allison’s dream is to offer people a place to relax and enjoy their company with good food, kind service, fine china, and fresh flowers.  She wants to offer people an experience where relationships can be built or rekindled. She hopes to offer you a bit of the softer side of life at The Olde English Tea Room.



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