My first visit to the Rose Garden Tea Room today. For me, a restaurant's atmosphere greatly impacts my enjoyment, or lack thereof. What first impressed me was the tea room is a bit set apart from the antique store by faux stone walls at the entrance. This makes the room feel more like a regular restaurant and lends to its charm. The tables are covered in lovely fabric topped with glass. The lights are dimmed, a gurgling water fountain claims center stage and lighted grapevine tendrils creep over the walls, lending a 'secret garden' flair. I was seated promptly and hesitantly ordered the Rose Garden tea...unsure of how rose petals and vanilla would flavor the tea. It was so delicious, I had three glasses! I ordered the Quiche of the day, cheese and slightly spicy chili pepper, which came with a small side salad. The salad was very meager and I wasn't a fan of the Italian dressing. But, the quiche was very flavorful, with a flaky crust, although just a wee bit dry. I topped the meal off with a slice of coconut meringue pie, delicious and still warm from the oven. Yummy meal, I really enjoyed my visit and will definitely return!
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