The Great Tea Rooms of Britain

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BENJAMIN PRESS, Oct 1, 1997 - Cooking - 119 pages
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Part travel book, part cookbook, the author searches Great Britain for the best tea rooms, looking for the best food, great tea, and fine ambiance.A unique book. There are no books of this type, even in England. This is the first photographic collection on this subject - and the recipes have never been printed before.
 

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Assisted by the British Tea Council (!), Richardson visited 22 of the best tea rooms in Britain, from London to North Wales to Scotland. The writing is gushing but doesn't really excite one's ... Read full review

Contents

Map of Tea Room Locations
15
Bridge Tea Rooms
25
Charlottes Tea House
33
The Dorchester
41
Forbes Brasserie
47
Le Meridien Piccadilly
55
The Original Maids of Honour
61
Sheilas Cottage
77
Swan Hotel
85
40
95
Trenance Cottage
101
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About the author (1997)

Bruce Richardson is a tea blender and writer who has been active in America's tea renaissance for over two decades. He is the owner of Elmwood Inn Fine Teas headquartered in Danville, Kentucky. Bruce serves as Tea Master for the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum and Contributing Editor for TeaTime and Tea Journey magazines. Bruce has authored fourteen books on tea, icluding The Great Tea Rooms of Britain, Tea & Etiquette, and The Book of Tea. He is a frequent guest speaker at tea events across the United States.

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