Nice to find a place like this with old traditional values, even the music playing in the background us older than me. Worth a visit, try to avoid peak breaktimes.
I'm afraid I can't comment much on the food or the tea as I never got that far! Visiting by myself and asking for a table for one, it was clear from the outset that they were not overly thrilled at giving away a table to just one person. The waitress made a bit of a deal of having me... 更多
Got off the train and ran straight to Cupan Tae for some lunch. Its the happiest little gourmet cafe with so many delicious offerings that its hard to know where to begin. A little on the expensive side but I dont care because its such a treat. With lovely Teapots and fine China cups, Pretty Table cloths and Ragtime music... 更多
Myself and my partner of many years traveled to Galway for an Easter break and came across this little gem of a tea shop. From the moment we step foot inside, we knew we were instantly at home. From the warm service, to the of the fellow guests and the sweet aroma that filled the air I knew this was... 更多
Charming place for breakfast or tea, and great for watching the world go by in Galway. The baked goods are delicious, the service delightful, and the atmosphere is perfect.
This is probably the nicest teahouse on the world. China cups with tiny flowers, napkins with flowers, toilets with flowers... The ladies have it completely furnished in 1920s design, even the music corresponds to the overall atmosphere. There is always a selection of cakes available (or something else to eat), the tea is being served with a high level of... 更多
We stopped by here one day while in Galway to get a cup of tea. We got there near closing time, so we did not get a chance to try the kitchen menu. They had an array of different types of teas that all came in their own unique teapot. It was a very quaint and charming shop!