Just like France – Arlyne

My first visit was a total surprise. I never thought there would be a cozy tea café in Roseville. The tables are covered in white linen. The dining sets are mismatched, grandma-style, lovely, old, cups and saucers that my mom would have saved, a teapot on each table, scones, scones, and scones and choice of two entrees.

A Lovely Day! – Melissa

The ladies of the family got together to celebrate a graduate. The quiche (I had the bacon and cheese) was delicious. Topped off with some tea and scones~Just delicious! The price was reasonable, the food yummy, and the atmosphere was charming. I look forward to going again for sure!

Charming Tea House – Lynn

Charming teahouse in a non-descript location. Three of us went there for lunch. The scones were among the best we have ever tasted–several flavors were served. We each had quiche–two types and they were light, tasty and filling. The greens salad had fresh fruit mixed in and was quite good. Quite a variety of tea. Service was excellent and price was very reasonable.

Hidden Gem in Roseville – Jane J

I recently celebrated my moms birthday here with a table of 5. With a Victorian theme throughout and classical music playing, it was inviting from the moment we walked in. The tray of scones brought to our table varied from chocolate toffee to cranberry. Each one was so tasty! A variety of teas were offered, and our lunch of quiche (5 varieties, I enjoyed the spinach feta) and a seasonal salad was just the right serving size. Yea, scones and lunch was $12 per person, which was a great value. Be sure to make reservations! They fill up fast.