Type: Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Step back in time when you enter Bea's charming Vintage Tea Rooms next to the Assembly Rooms and Fashion Museum on Saville Row in Bath.
Decorated in authentic 1930's/1940's style from the dainty china tea sets and embroidered tablecloths to the ceiling lampshades, bevelled mirrors and wartime posters. It offers a blissful retreat from the hustle and bustle of this popular historic city.
Retire to the comfortable sofa reminiscent of Gran while you browse wartime recipe leaflets and admire patriotic posters. Or sit at a table, to be served by smiling staff in period pinnies, bright red lipstick and landgirl bandanas, serenaded by the music of those momentous moments.
The patisserie cabinet is full of delightful homemade cakes and the renowned buttermilk scones. Breakfast offers the traditional - eggie soldiers, West Country Porridge (made with 3 different types of oats) to scrambled eggs with smoked salmon. The lunch fare is all homemade - soups, quiche, pies, wartime ploughman's and yummy toasted sandwiches. The three-tiered traditional Afternoon Tea is a feast for the eyes and the leaf tea is of the finest quality as is the single original coffee served in a cafetiere.
''The Victoria sponge is the best tasting cake I've ever had in my whole life''. Mr A Partridge, Bath
'The attention to detail is quite remarkable. What a wonderful atmosphere'. Mrs D Harvey, London
'It's the best milkshake I've ever had and I've drunk many milkshakes'. Mr Beaumont, Leeds
'It's the best coffee we've had all week'. Mr S Ebbens, Holland
|Open All Year|
|2013 (01/01/2013 - 31/12/2013)|
- In town/city centre
- Themed restaurant - 1930's/1940's
- Serve afternoon tea
- Serve breakfast