The first in a regular (?) series.
This tea room is at Avoncroft Museum of Buildings. I have to say I didn’t think Avoncroft was quite as exciting as the Black Country Living Museum, but it is probably worth going for the collection of phone boxes and a fully working electro-mechanical telephone exchange (complete with demonstrator).
Anyway, on to the cream tea.
Scone: small, satisfyingly short, plump fruit (7/10)
Cream: a small pot of Rodda’s clotted cream per scone. I always find that’s slightly too little. (7/10)
Jam: a locally sourced strawberry jam packed with caramel flavours, from a local supplier – can buy it in the tea room (9/10)
Tea: a very good selection of leaf teas, I had oolong (8/10)
Presentation: the cream tea served with lovely china plates and cups (9/10).
Setting: a reconstructed Edwardian tea room looks just the picture, nice views of Worcestershire country side and a good wind-mill (8/10)
A terrific score of 48/60! well done.
3 thoughts on “Cream Tea Review: Edwardian Tea Rooms, Avoncroft”
That’s a bit spooky! my team went there last week to do some voluntary work and they really cleaned up the place so hope you appreciated their hard work:) I am ashamed to say I didn’t go as I had to do some normal work:)
they said the tea was good too!
Weird! Well it did seem very clean so I guess they did a good job 🙂 Get down there for a cream tea!
Hi, I’m the Catering Manager at Avoncroft & have just happened by this review, purely by accident – thank you very much! I’m really pleased you enjoyed the Cream Tea!
Can I just point out though, that it wasn’t actually inside the tea room that the above-mentioned team cleaned up, it was various parts of the site & they did a very excellent job! Well done!