Eat: £8 Afternoon Tea For Two at Rosie’s Tea Room
- Traditional family-run tea room
- Abingdon-on-Thames location
- Wooden beams, bare-brick walls, and fireplace
- Pot of tea or coffee each with choices including orange pekoe
- Sandwiches, fruit scones with jam and clotted cream, and home-made cake each
Limit 1 per 2 people. Booking required at least 48 hours in advance. 24 hour cancellation policy. Excludes smoked salmon and cream cheese sandwiches, and Tregothnan tea. Service charge not included. Original values verified 23 April 2012 at 10am.
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Eating your words can prove a difficult task, though most find T always goes down smoothly. Know your condiments from your consonants with today’s Groupon: £8 for afternoon tea with sandwiches, scones, or cake for two at Rosie’s Tea Room
Appetisingly placed in picturesque Abingdon-on-Thames, this family-run tea room offers edible English traditional from within a charming aesthetic. Freshly baked scones with generous jam and warming pots of loose leaf tea are served in tandem, providing peckish inhabitants with a quaint slice of yesteryear. Home-made cakes, sandwiches, and soups can also be enjoyed with relish in the dining area, which is dressed with wooden beams and bare-brick walls.
After exploring the market town and its fifteenth-century bridge, diners can take their seats at Rosie's. The tea menu includes tempting titles such as Ceylon orange pekoe and Oxford afternoon (both £3.95), with fresh coffee also available. With taste buds stirred into action, guests will be served savoury sandwiches, a sweet slice of cake, and fruit scones with jam and clotted cream (£4.30).
Rosie’s Tea Room comes recommended by Joe Ellis Tea Room Guide. He offers positive feedback regarding the atmosphere and the menu:
I visited this tea room on the 15 April 2011 at 1.30pm and was welcomed by the noise of squeaky floors, lovely old beamed ceilings, brick fireplace with lights. Pine tables and chairs make Rosie’s Tea Room a cosy and inviting place to be with the sound of light piano music in the background.
– Joe Ellis’ Tea Room Guide, Apr 2011